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Director Taika Waititi promises Chris Hemsworth comedy for "Thor: Ragnarok," "Wolverine 3" is casting cartel thugs, and more.
Viewers will meet the ancestors of Superman and General Zod in Syfy's prequel drama set decades before Kyrpton's destruction.
With the number comics-based TV series expanding so rapidly, we break down what's new, what's coming back and what's on the horizon.
Emily Carmichael has emerged as a possible "Captain Marvel" director, a new rumor suggests Marvel's next Netflix series, and more.
Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins reflect on "Wonder Woman"; Kevin Smith says he was dealt a "royal flush" on "Flash" and more.
Syfy has given a greenlight to the pilot set two generations before the destruction of the Man of Steel's homeworld.
With a pilot just about official for David S. Goyer's Superman prequel "Krypton," here's a look at some characters that could play a part.
Kevin Smith says he's watched his "Flash" episode 50 times; Chris Evans praises Tom Holland and more.
The long gestating Kryptonian drama from David Goyer is one step closer to TV reality.
Writer/producer David S. Goyer spoke with CBR about bringing Wonder Woman to the big screen, Constantine's "Arrow" resurrection, and "Krypton's" future.
David S. Goyer says the Superman prequel will take place hundreds of years before the hero is born -- "should we make the show."
Geoff Johns revealed that Dick Grayson's other alter ego will appear in the TNT drama; Claire Holt reportedly no longer in the running for Kara Zor-El and more.
David S. Goyer and SyFy have teamed up to develop "Krypton," a new DC Comics-based series that follows the Man of Steel's grandfather.
Writer Sholly Fisch spoke with CBR about the secret origin of his and Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson's discovery of Krypton and how the validity of science, when possible, is crucial in telling superhero stories to readers.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is famed as host of PBS’s "NOVA scienceNOW" and as a frequent guest on "The Daily Show." But in "Action Comics" #14, he's also the man who located Krypton.