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"Vikings'" Katheryn Winnick praises her "Captain Marvel" supporters; Michael James Shaw debuts as "Hellblazer" character and more.
Marc Guggenheim discusses the upcoming "awesome" "Arrow" event; Simon Kinberg welcomes "Deadpool" to Fox's extended X-Men family and more.
While the latest "Doctor Strange" casting rumor appears to have been shot down, the star of "Sinister" indicates he'd take the call from director Scott Derrickson.
Award-winning actor Joaquin Phoenix is rumored to be in final negotiations to star in Marvel's "Doctor Strange."
Marvel has reportedly scrapped an earlier script recounting Doctor Strange’s origins, and instead will introduce him already established as the Sorcerer Supreme.
Kevin Feige explains why "Sinister" director Scott Derrickson is the right choice to helm Marvel's upcoming "Doctor Strange" adaptation.
Strong performances from Eric Bana and Edgar Ramirez, and a terrifying second half make Scott Derrickson's "Deliver Us From Evil" a worthwhile horror film.
Director Scott Derrickson, star Eric Bana and the movie's real-life inspiration Ralph Sarchie discuss bringing the story of crime and possession to the big screen.
The "Deliver Us From Evil" actor says the director has approached him about a role in Marvel’s long-awaited Doctor Strange movie.
Calling Doctor Strange his favorite Marvel hero, the director says, "I feel such an affinity for the character and the story and the ambition of those comics."
The filmmaker, who's set to direct Marvel's "Doctor Strange," talks with SPINOFF about his upcoming horror film "Deliver Us From Evil."
Drawing from over 50 years of history, here are the adventures we think director Scott Derrickson can tell with the Sorcerer Supreme.
Deadline reports Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hardy are on Marvel's list to play the Sorcerer Supreme in the upcoming adaptation by director Scott Derrickson.
Multiple outlets report that Scott Derrickson has signed on to direct "Doctor Strange," something apparently confirmed by the director himself.