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COMIC REEL: "Suicide Squad" Strengthens Its Characters; "Agents of SHIELD" Expands Its Marvel U Cast

Will Smith and Margot Robbie talk Deadshot and Harley Quinn, while new clips and cast members arrive for "Agent Carter," "Agents of SHIELD" and "Arrow."

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Robert Kirkman's "Outcast" Gets Season Order on Cinemax

Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the hit series "The Walking Dead," will pen the pilot script and executive produce.

COMIC REEL: Boseman Talks

COMIC REEL: Boseman Talks "Black Panther" Non-Audition; Arrow Fights Capt. Boomerang In New Photo

Chadwick Boseman says now is the "right time" for Black Panther; pics from the CW superhero crossover reveal fan favorite villain and more.


Kirkman's "Outcast" Pilot Announces Remaining Cast

Cinemax has rounded out Robert Kirkman's "Outcast" pilot core cast with four more actors joining series lead Patrick Fugit.


COMIC REEL: Meet "Gotham's" Harvey Dent; Rock Teases "Bad Ass Fun" In "Shazam"

Get your first look At Nicholas D'Agosto as the ADA; Dwayne Johnson reveals what sets "Shazam" apart from DC's slate and more.

Patrick Fugit Cast as Lead in Kirkman's

Patrick Fugit Cast as Lead in Kirkman's "Outcast" Series

"Gone Girl" actor Patrick Fugit has been cast as the lead in Cinemax's television adaptation of Robert Kirkman's "Outcast" comic.

SDCC: Cinemax Moves Kirkman's

SDCC: Cinemax Moves Kirkman's "Outcast" Into Production

"Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman announced today that the pilot for Cinemax's adaptation of his and artist Paul Azaceta's "Outcast" is moving into production.

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Kirkman & Azaceta's "Outcast" TV Rights Land At Cinemax

Cinemax has won a multiple-cable network bidding war for the TV rights to Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta's upcoming Image Comics series "Outcast."


SPINOFF REVIEW: Alan Ball's "Banshee"

The pilot for "Banshee," the new Cinemax drama from "True Blood" creator Alan Ball, offers a tantalizing glimpse into a corrupt small town populated by a hard-boiled sheriff and enough lowlifes to guarantee weekly viewing.