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Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort steps in to discuss the diverse options provided by "Secret Wars," and share his take on DC's new launches.
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."
Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but how can the two studios ensure 2017's solo Spidey film is the one fans are clamoring for?
The head of television for the House of Ideas digs into the DNA of what makes a Marvel show live up to the comic book company's grand traditions.
The "Sopranos" and "Sons of Anarchy" vet will play a "gifted woman" at odds with Agent Coulson's team.
COMIC REEL: AMC's "Preacher" May Diversify Its Leads' Ethnicity; Jackson Discusses His Marvel Contract
AMC's "Preacher" adaptation may change the race of a lead character; Samuel L. Jackson gives an update on his Marvel future and more.
CBR untangles the web of reports following Monday's news that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures will collaborate on Spider-Man's movie future.
The recent Sony/Marvel deal kicked up Brett White's X-Paranoia again, but this time he figured out a way to fight those feelings.
COMIC REEL: Jackman Addresses Stewarts "Wolverine" Remarks; Robbie Talk Hardy's "Suicide Squad" Exit
Hugh Jackman dances around the topic of Professor X's role in the next "Wolverine"; the "Squad" stars explain the film's Rick Flagg problem and more.
Actors are being discussed, but the studio still has to decide if Spider-Man's alter ego will be Miles Morales or Peter Parker.
The longtime Wolverine actor, who has expressed his desire to mix it up with the wider superhero world, is excited about Spidey's film future.
More Sony/Marvel Fallout: Younger Spider-Man Reportedly Sought, Webb Also Out, Spinoffs Still in Motion
The latest reports stemming from the Marvel Studios/Sony deal say that an actor "much younger" than Andrew Garfield is sought to play Spidey. UPDATE: A report says "Venom" and a female-centric spinoff film are both still in development.
The actress talks about bringing prototypical Black Widow Dottie Underwood to life to infiltrate the world of Marvel's top spy.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sony's planned "Sinister Six" film is still on track following the Sony/Marvel deal, but will be delayed.
From rumor to reality, CBR traces the news trail that took Spider-Man from Sony Pictures to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The wall-crawler's addition to Marvel's movies means some big changes are on the way - Meagan Damore breaks down why this is an undeniably good thing
Reports state that "Amazing Spider-Man's" star will be affected by the Sony/Marvel deal; a familiar smile arrives in a "Gotham" promo and more.
Marvel Studios and Sony's new deal has led to new releases dates for "Thor: Ragnarok," "Black Panther," "Captain Marvel" and "Inhumans."
With news that Spider-Man will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we want to know which MCU mainstay he should team-up with first.
A deal has been reached between Marvel Studios & Sony Pictures, with the two now sharing live-action control of Spider-Man. UPDATE: Garfield out as Spidey.
COMIC REEL: "Important" Characters To Debut In "Guardians Of The Galaxy 2"; Hiddleston Talks Loki's Return
Director James Gunn talks about the sequel's "risky" story; Tom Hiddleston preps for his return in "Thor: Ragnarok" and more.
Portuguese-language promotional artwork provides some fresh looks at the Avengers team and the film's eponymous villain, Ultron.
Conceptual artist Sebastian Meyer provides a look at some of the designs for a variety of the blockbuster film's background characters.
A new report claims that Marvel is so impressed with Jolie's directorial work to date that they've already made her a substantial offer.
Before "Daredevil" even premieres, we have a first look at the title character of Marvel's next superhero series "AKA Jessica Jones."
Podcast hosts John August and Craig Mazin spoke with Dan Savage about sex in Hollywood and pointed out an odd fact regarding Marvel's heroes.
The "Thor" director reveals that he has "good relationships" with Marvel Studios and hints that he'd be up for more superhero action.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt showed up today - in costume! - at Christopher’s Haven in Boston, accompanied by "Captain America‘s" Chris Evans.
Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus reveal the final fate of Rick's beard to "The Today Show"; the Vision gets a closeup in new banner and more.
What started as a friendly wager between Marvel Studios franchise stars has turned into considerable donations for two worthy causes.
COMIC REEL: Dottie Takes Aim In "Agent Carter" Photos; Showrunner Calls Daredevil "Batman Without Money"
Peggy goes on the run in the next "Agent Carter" episode; Steven S. DeKnight reveals his take on Daredevil and more.
Brett White has something to get off his chest about what's been removed from actor Charlie Cox's chest for his lead role as Daredevil.
The Howling Commandos' return and birth of the Red Room are only window dressing for Agent Carter‘s sharpest, most revealing character episode yet.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the studio is mulling subscription-video services that would bring its Marvel and "Star Wars" properties directly to viewers.
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
The Man Without Fear confesses his sins in the first teaser trailer for Marvel's upcoming Netflix series.
Chadwick Boseman, slated to debut as Black Panther in 2016, tells CBR he's exploring comics lore as the studio zeroes in on its vision.
Meagan Damore concludes her look at the fight styles of the MCU's female protagonists, and what "Agent Carter" means for the universe's ladies at large.
The Man Without Fear makes his first move in this clip setting up tomorrow's teaser trailer reveal.
Joss Whedon is on record as noting that he believes that Fox owns the film rights to "most of Marvel's best characters" - do you agree?