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The studio will follow 2004’s disappointing "Godzilla: Final Wars" with a new installment it hopes will rival the recent American success.
Jason Momoa will star as Aquaman in three feature films in addition to the Justice Leaguer's 2018 solo film.
The Marvel icon will appear in "Carter's" fourth episode; Alfred may be more than a butler in "Batman V Superman" and more.
The Marvel Studios site contains downloads, a trailer and a possible sneak preview of the film's score.
Oscar nominee Josh Brolin explains why he was drawn to the role of the Mad Titan, who’ll stand front and center in the two-part "Infinity War."
The "Star Wars" actor will play a new version of the character he originally brought to life in the 1990 "Flash" series.
Photos from a Bat-shop set-piece -- built for "Batman Returns" -- have revealed a treasure trove of never-before-seen Batman merchandise.
CBLR finishes its 500th celebration by looking at the strange plans Frank Miller had for the Year One Batman film before "Batman Begins" was made.
"Saturday Night Live" imagines the eldery versions of Luke, Han and Leia in a parody trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" easily won the weekend's box office, and is on pace to pick up the second-highest domestic gross of 2014.
"Ant-Man" director Peyton Reed announced Friday that principal photography for the Marvel Studios' July 2015 release has wrapped.
The highly lauded "Awesome Mix Vol. 1" could take home the Grammy for "Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Visual Media" this February.
Roberto Orci has reportedly stepped down as director for "Star Trek 3," but will stay on as a producer.
Marvel has confirmed that Krysten Ritter has been cast in the leading role of its "AKA Jessica Jones" collaboration with Netflix.
The first trailer for the anticipated "Dragon Ball Z" movie has arrived, featuring the return of one of the series biggest villains.
"Fantastic Four" actor Miles Teller reacts to co-star Toby Kebbell’s decision to reveal Doom’s modernized origin story.
John Ostrander spoke with CBR about the film's casting choices and expressing his pleasant surprise that the Squad was selected as the next major DC movie.
Angelica Celaya talks about translating Zed from comics to the NBC series, adapting more "Hellblazer" stories and hints at the Spectre's arrival.
Mike Colter is reportedly Marvel's first choice for Luke Cage; a new promo shows off more of Reverse-Flash and Firestorm and more.
David Green, who directed this summer's family film "Earth to Echo," is reportedly Paramount's choice for the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" sequel.
CM Punk heads to Bedrock to take on John Cena, the Undertaker and Fred Flinstone in a new animated movie.
Jason Fuchs, writer of the upcoming film "Pan," is reportedly in negotiations to write the "Wonder Woman" screenplay.
Following earlier reports, Marvel has announced that "Sherlock" star Benedict Cumberbatch has been officially cast as Doctor Strange.
UPDATE: A new report states that Marvel has cast Krysten Ritter as the lead actress for its "Jessica Jones" Netflix project with Mike Colter rumored as Luke Cage.
A new tweet from the actor suggests he and Fox may have come to an agreement for Reynolds to bring "Deadpool" back to the big screen.
In a clip from Sunday's "Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays Special," Santa Claus has some trouble putting together his naughty and nice list.
A Canadian teaser for "The Flash's" midseason finale features Robbie Amell declaring his new identity as Firestorm.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in the teaser trailer for the Terminator franchise reboot, which also stars Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, Jai Courtney and Matt Smith
"Gang Related" alum Cliff Curtis will play a teacher trying to do right by everyone in his life in the companion series created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson.
Oliver Queen and Barry Allen's growing friendship and professional rivalry saw a record number of viewers tune in to the two CW series.
The CW's hit superhero series go big with epic, villain-fueled promos for "The Flash" and "Arrow's" mid-season finales.
Producer James Tucker, character designer Phil Bourassa and screenwriter Heath Corson talk about making Aquaman cool in DC's new animated feature.
Luke Evans says "Crow" role is no longer for him; Chadwick Boseman reveals T'Challa will debut in movies and more.
Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, David Bautista and Andrew Scott were officially announced for the 24th Bond film.
Arrow and The Flash grapple with moral issues even as they team up to stop Captain Boomerang's path of death and destruction.
The next "Flash" episode is titled "The Man in the Yellow Suit," and the Reverse Flash isn't far behind -- here are images from the midseason finale.
"Arrow" heads to a midseason halt next week, but not before Stephen Amell and Matt Nable battle it out with swords in the snow.
We take a look at how a teenager was enlisted by his director father to write "the stupidest song ever," resulting in a classic movie and TV theme.
"The Hallow" director Corin Hardy has signed on to helm Relativity's upcoming remake of "The Crow," replacing F. Javier Gutierrez.
Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenehim tell CBR how this week's crossover hearkens back to their comic fan roots, and when they might do it again.