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Screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan has revealed that the next anthology "Star Wars" film will begin production in London in early 2017.
"Uncanny Avengers" and "Deadpool" writer Gerry Duggan teases what's in store for the Merc with a Mouth, Rogue, Cable and more.
Ryan Stegman and Richard Isanove's cover for "Uncanny Avengers" #14 sees the gun-toting mutant at odds with the shield-carrying Avenger.
Director Michael Bay has posted a quick "Transformers" teaser that indicates Megatron will be back in action in the next film.
This resin lawn ornament shaped like R2-D2 can be your garden's companion.
The DC supervillain movie dominated Twitter conversations thanks to a popular trailer, emoji and hashtag.
The "Hellboy" creator also reveals his backup plan had the first film destroyed his character's reputation.
Unnamed sources have stated that Disney execs are afraid the "Star Wars" anthology film won't live up to the precedent set by "The Force Awakens."
Whether you're a hardcore X-Men fan or a casual moviegoer, learn everything there is to know about this weekend's mutant blockbuster.
Here are five ways 20th Century Fox can really do right by their mutant movie franchise following "X-Men: Apocalypse."
The new edition of "DC Universe: Rebirth" will present the 80-page issue with an updated cover and new format.
While "Apocalypse" succeeds at the box office, Disney's "Alice Through The Looking Glass" is falling short of estimates.
Using 3D audio, disturbing visuals and eye-tracking technology, this immersive experience simulates a demonic possession from "Outcast."
Did the post-credits sequence for "X-Men: Apocalypse" leave you scratching your head? Here's why it's such a big deal for the next movies.
Bryan Singer reveals "X-Men: Apocalypse" almost had one more '80s reference; Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg talk "Preacher" and more.
The "X-Men: Apocalypse" actress said it would be "really cool" to see Psylocke stand side-by-side with Deadpool in a film.
A keen-eyed fan noticed a surprising similarity between scenes from "Deadpool" and the 2006 "X-Men" film.
A new TV spot not only reveals the return of an X-Men enemy, but confirms rumors of a major plot development.
The Red Ranger takes on a pair of enemies in these photos from the film's set.
Neal Adams, Butch Guice, Colleen Coover, Phil Jimenez, Clayton Crain, J.G. Jones, Brandon Peterson and many more contributed to the jam-packed image.