5 Elements of the Pre-New 52 DC Universe We Really, Really Miss
Brett White is a comedian living in New York City. He is a writer for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre sketch team Everything Rabbits.
Showing results 97-116 of 2051
The Winter Soldier will head up the classic roster of villains-turned-heroes in a new "Thunderbolts" series from writer Jim Zub and artist Jon Malin.
Lana Condor calls Jubilee the comedic relief of "Apocalypse"; Charlie Cox says this "DD" scene bests the hallway fight and more.
The "Charlie's Angels" director may find himself kicking off a He-Man franchise for Sony Pictures.
Margot Robbie's take on Harley Quinn gets immortalized in statue form, in all her baseball bat-wielding, studded belt-wearing glory.
An impressive facsimile of the "Doctor Who" alum's old foe lit up the "Legends" set.
In addition to facing off against Apocalypse and his Four Horsemen, some X-Men will find the time to pursue romantic relationships.
Director Jay Oliva and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss introducing an A-List superhero to the growing Bat family.
Atlas and Fixer join the illuminated cast members in Marvel's series of teasers.
"X-Files" creator and executive producer Chris Carter teases the conspiracies and mysteries at the heart of the show's six-episode mini-series.
The big screen version of the classic X-Villain will have a slightly different set of abilities from his comic book counterpart.
Simon Kinberg reveals that Olivia Munn auditioned for "Deadpool"; Ego the Living Planet may appear in "Guardians 2" and more.
Captain America, Iron Man, Falcon and many more heroes get figures in multiple scales.
The "Daredevil" star says "Marvel TV and Marvel Studios are two very different things," which means a crossover may be difficult.
Director Tim Miller reveals one particular bar scene had to be cut way down due to T.J. Miller and Ryan Reynolds' vulgarity.
Brett White argues with himself about the rip-roaring new "Suicide Squad" trailer, analyzing how one Queen song has changed everything.
Joe Dante will tackle the "Amblin-style" episode of the CW superhero series, titled "Night of the Hawk."
Bryan Singer reveals more about Kodi Smit-McPhee's Nightcrawler and how he joins up with Professor Xavier's students.
Dennis Hopeless is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "All-New X-Men" writer.
If true, Odin will head to a whole new realm in "Thor: Ragnarok"; Joe and Anthony Russo reveal why Spider-Man has yet to be seen and more.
The rumor posits that the death scenes of several Avengers have been filmed to possibly serve as misdirection.