DC Comics' July Highlights: "Batgirl," "Nightwing" and a "New Super-Man"
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The "Arrow"-verse expands to include two potential heroes; Tom Hardy is possibly up for the villain role in the "X-Men" sequel and more.
Marvel Studios' executive producer Victoria Alonso expressed her wishes to see a female-led superhero film "today" at an industry event Saturday.
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, still known as Mr. Eko to "Lost" fans, will be traveling to Westeros for Season 5 of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
Colin Farrell is the latest actor to be rumored to take up the goatee-and-cowl for Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange" film.
"Fury" captured $23.5 million domestically and first place at this weekend's box office, ending "Gone Girl's" two-week run at first place.
Starz previewed what's in store for "Da Vinci's Demons" and "Black Sails," bringing cast and crew to New York Comic Con.
Allegri screened the first episodes of the highly anticipated Cartoon Hangover series and talked about her inspirations and the creative process.
David Ayer's uneven war drama delivers gritty combat scenes and strong performances, but stumbles with the type of episodic storytelling that succeeded in "End of Watch."
According to a new report, Jena Malone is indeed in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," though whether it's as Robin is less certain.
IFC's "The Birthday Boys" talk bringing their show from the stage to the screen, working with Fabio and the current state of sketch comedy.
Seven-time Emmy winner Ed Asner talks with SPINOFF about his storied career, from the fiery pits of Apokalips to balloon-lofted houses and beyond.
Despite wrapping production in May, Jon M. Chu's adaptation of the "Jem and the Holograms" won’t hit theaters until late 2015.
As the vibrant Mexican-themed animated tale arrives in theaters, SPINOFF checks in with the filmmaker about projects ranging from "Pacific Rim 2" to "Hellboy 3."
Laurie Holden, best known as "The Walking Dead's" Andrea, recently played a part in rescuing young girls from the world of child sex trafficking.
After factoring in the time-shifting audience, the season premiere of "The Walking Dead" breaks even more records.
The "X-Men" and "Watchmen" screenwriter talks about his directorial debut, working with Jason Momoa, and his continued love for Marvel's Black Widow.
DreamWorks Pictures has reportedly offered the "Lucy" star $10 million to play the lead in its adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s cyberpunk manga.
Michigan local news captures footage of Metropolis set; Guggenheim on the Fox drama's shout out to Queen Consolidated and more.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talks with CBR about the big debut for "The Flash" TV series, and seeing one of his favorite villains in the flesh.
The "Walking Dead" alum talks with SPINOFF about fleshing out his character in David Ayer's World War II thriller, and what he learned from the zombie drama.
Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" has passed $700 million in global box office gross following its record-setting debut in China.
Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie round out WB's rumored "Suicide" quartet; New Mexico "Batman V Superman" desert set revealed and more.
An Albuquerque TV station captures video of a large set under construction for the Zack Snyder film outside of the small city of Deming.
As Showtime's hit horror show hits Blu-Ray, the former stage Spider-Man reflects on playing the never-aging sensualist.
The Academy Award-nominated actor has also met with Marvel Studios about donning Doctor Strange's cloak.
In this week's episode, it's a time for mourning and the pursuit of justice as Team Arrow says goodbye to a fallen friend.
Warner Bros. announcement of 10 DC Comics films has shed new light on the status of the DC movie universe, and confirmed more than a few casting choices.
This week, we learn whether then Sen. Barack Obama really had "Saturday Night Live" pull a political sketch in 2008.
The "Book of Life" star gives an update on the status of Remy LeBeau’s solo mutant movie.
The legendary Adam West discusses playing Batman in the 1960s, why the TV series is back in vogue and acting with nothing more than his voice.
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell paid homage to a cast member while teasing a huge shirtless sword fight in the CW show's third season.
It's a face-stealing "spy vs. spy" setup for Melinda May in a slight one-shot episode that still gets the mission accomplished.
WB' DC Comics official film slate includes two rounds of "Justice League," "Wonder Woman," "The Flash," "Suicide Squad" and a new "Green Lantern."
The character actor talks with SPINOFF about appearing alongside Brad Pitt in the tank drama, and the secrecy surrounding his Marvel role.
Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie will head up the TV adaptation of their 2012 Dark Horse limited series for the channel.
David S. Goyer hints that we will see some mystical DC characters in the first few episodes of the NBC horror drama; Katie Cassidy says Arrow "needs Black Canary" and more.
"Superman Returns" actor Brandon Routh discussed joining the cast of "Arrow" and returning to the DC Universe as Ray Palmer/The Atom.
The ex-Obi-Wan just might trade in his Jedi robes for the Cloak of Levitation to star as Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme.
Barry Allen wrestles with self-doubt, and low blood sugar, even as he's confronted by the many clones of Multiplex.
Ming-Na Wen discusses losing Agent May's scowl briefly in tonight's "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" episode, and the joys of dancing.