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The "Anchorman" writer/director is teaming with Archie Comics for a "slightly demented" Broadway musical based on the Riverdale gang.
Just saw "Ant-Man"? CBR talked to director Peyton Reed for a SPOILER-filled discussion of the major surprises from the latest Marvel Studios film.
A longtime Marvel loyalist, the superstar comedy scribe found himself working harder and having more fun on friend Paul Rudd's film than he ever imagined.
"Gotham" EP Bruno Heller revealed that season two will start with a Joker-centric story; the Storm siblings and Doom get new photos and more.
A rumor states that Viola Davis' Amanda Waller may have run into superheroes before; Downey Jr. talks Hawkeye's increased role and more.
Wright and Cornish maintain a story credit on "Ant-Man"; the man behind the mo-cap brings "Guardians'" dance craze to life and more.
After his work on the "Ant-Man" script, here are the heroes we’d like to see the "Anchorman" director bring to life for Marvel Studios.
Geoff Johns reveals that the legendary "Flash" villain will appear on the CW series; "Riverdale" series to balance fun with Lynch-ian darkness and more.
The "Anchorman" director reveals "discussions are definitely going on" with the studio about another project.
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.
Following the loss of Edgar Wright, Marvel announces that the "Yes Man" director will helm Ant-Man, while Adam McKay will contribute to the script.
A report says Rawson Thurber, Adam McKay and Ruben Fleischer are among the candidates to replace Edgar Wright as Marvel's "Ant-Man" director. Update: McKay no longer in talks with Marvel.
"Anchorman" collaborators Will Ferrell and Adam McKay will spearhead an animated "The Flintstones" feature for Warner Bros.
Director Adam McKay indicates Paramount Pictures has picked up the rights to "The Boys," the adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson' superhero satire that was put into turnaround by Columbia Pictures six months ago.
Columbia Pictures has abandoned development of "The Boys," an adaptation of the superhero satire comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, and put the project into turnaround.