REVIEW: "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 Makes the Future of DC Comics Look Genuinely Bright
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Dillon explains why he and writer Garth Ennis always thought "Preacher" should be a television series as opposed to a film.
"Mortal Kombat" producer Larry Kasanoff will co-produce the sci-fi thriller alongside Bruno Wu.
The rivalry between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark has nothing on these two siblings.
Director Ryan Coogler says he's "obsessed" with Black Panther; Seth Rogen talks up "Preacher's" unique humor and more.
A few CG aliens will join Jyn Erso's team of Rebel soldiers in the upcoming anthology film.
"Suicide Squad's" Margot Robbie pitched the DC Comics-based ensemble film, which may include Batgirl or the Birds of Prey, to the WB.
The 40-page issue will feature short stories from Terry Moore, Rob Guillory, Kyle Higgins, James Kochalka and m
The new series from the Boom Box imprint, which focuses on a high school theater crew, comes from writer James Tynion IV and artist Rian Sygh.
Chloe Bennet wants the ABC show to crossover with the movies more, and she reveals which Avenger she wants to see on "S.H.I.E.L.D."
One particular Marvel movie charmed Steven Spielberg; Channing Tatum suits up on "Kingsman: The Golden Circle's" set and more.
Chris Hardwick will also host a "Talking Preacher" special with Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Sam Catlin and Dominic Cooper.
Miller's ready for Deadpool's sidekick Weasel to appear in some "contractually obligated" X-Men movies -- and even a solo spinoff film.
The "Creed" and "Fruitvale Station" star will team-up once again with director Ryan Coogler for Marvel's "Black Panther."
Even though the film lost its release date, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige hints that it could appear in a future phase.
Andy Park's "Captain America: Civil War" art shows a comic-accurate Zemo; "Apocalypse's" Alexandra Shipp wants a crossover film and more.
Producer Simon Kinberg says they "didn't make a good movie" with the first "FF" and wants to "be truer" to the comic's essence.
Karl Urban continues to encourage fans to call for more "Dredd," whether it's as a feature film or Netflix or Amazon series.
The actor casually name drops the gun-toting mutant cyborg when asked which superhero he'd be up for playing.
New rumors have Willem Dafoe pegged to star under the sea in the ensemble film, while "Aquaman" may be getting a page one rewrite.
Tying in with the NBA and NHL playoffs, these promos find Deadpool fiddling with his stick and playing with balls.