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Joseph Gordon-Levitt explains why it’s been so difficult for filmmakers to adapt Neil Gaiman’s epic "Sandman" fantasy series.
A photo from the Detroit set of Zack Snyder’s "Dawn of Justice" provides a good look at Henry Cavill in the Man of Steel’s new costume.
A photo leaked from the set of director Zack Snyder’s DC sequel may provide evidence the "Halt and Catch Fire" star is playing the Scarlet Speedster.
"Spider-Man 2" actor Alfred Molina declares his desire to play Doc Ock again, despite knowing his chances are slim to none.
The Marvel Studios mastermind has heard your pleas for movies based on T'Challa and Carol Danvers -- and he wants exactly what you want.
The actor opens up about his casting in Zack Snyder's "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice," and living up to fans' expectations.
The rising star explores a new genre -- zombie romantic comedy -- looks ahead to his stint playing James Dean and plots a return as Spider-Man's arch-foe.
Did the late Robin Williams' extensive ad-libbing in "Aladdin" make the Disney film ineligible for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar?
The cast and crew of "Sons of Anarchy" spoke about the final season of the hit FX biker series, revealing two major cast members are slated to die.
"Expendables 3" actor Terry Crews says now that Marvel and Netflix are planning a Luke Cage series, he’d be interested in playing the superhero.
James Gunn weighs in on the mystery of Star-Lord’s father, and how much Thanos we’ll see in the next "Guardians of the Galaxy" film.
Comedy legend Robin Williams died this morning at the age of 63, according to multiple reports.
Marvel Studios mastermind Kevin Feige explains why reshoots are a necessary part of the superhero juggernaut’s continued success.
With only a few bites remaining of "True Blood," Kristin Bauer van Straten talks about Pam's softer side, blood baths and one-liners.
Mike Tyson, Jim Rash & more discussed the upcoming Adult Swim series "Mike Tyson Mysteries" during Comic-Con International 2014.
Appearing at Comic-Con to promote his new Adult Swim series, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog paid the show a compliment: "I’ve smelled worse things."
Stopping short of confirming the character will appear in "Batman v Superman", Zack Snyder set a couple of radio DJs straight about Aquaman.
Executive Producer Neal Baer and the cast of the CBS summer drama discussed character deaths and Stephen King’s continued influence.
Cobie Smulders, Robert Redford and Emily VanCamp star in a pair of deleted scenes released by Marvel from the "Captain America" sequel.
Iron Mike steps out of the ring and onto the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss his new animated series on Adult Swim, "Mike Tyson Mysteries."
The "Evil Dead" filmmaker joined the "Last of Us" creator to discuss the big-screen adaptation, "human relationships," & a possible role for Maisie Williams.
The cast and creators of "Person of Interest" discussed its past and looked toward its future at the Comic-Con International 2014 panel.
The cat's officially out of the bag as Oscar-nominated actor Josh Brolin stars as the Mad Titan in this weekend’s "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Directors Anthony Stacchi & Graham Annable and stars Elle Fanning, Ben Kingsley & Isaac Hempstead-Wright discussed their animated feature in San Diego.
Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu’s new film follows a washed up actor known for a super hero role as he loses his grip on reality while staging his comeback.
With the release of "Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery" on Blu-ray, some key players remember the David Lynch series that flamed brightly and burned out quickly.
Wonder Woman was the talk of Comic-Con International, with 149K Twitter mentions following the debut of Gal Gadot in costume.
Creator John Logan and the cast of "Penny Dreadful" revealed their plans for the second season of Showtime's hit horror series.
Fox debuted five minutes of footage from “The Simpsons Guy,” the Sept. 28 episode that brings the Griffins to Springfield.
The stars and producers of the "Game of Thrones" fielded questions about death, the novels and George R.R. Martin's reputation as a character-killer.
"My name is Max," Tom Hardy says in the first look at George Miller’s film. "My world is fire and blood."
The Marvel mastermind reveals the casting decision behind the "Guardians of the Galaxy" supervillain.
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
Actress Kether Donohue discusses her new FX comedy series "You're the Worst," a sexually charged exploration of why relationships are "the Worst."
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on "Arrow" and "The Flash," Geoff Johns says not to expect cameos by Batman & Superman.
With "Edge of Tomorrow" carrying the torch lit by "Groundhog Day," SPINOFF looks at films and TV shows where characters keep repeating their actions.
The Human Torch actor says the franchise reboot features "a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with.”
Joss Whedon & Robert Downey Jr. discuss Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and The Vision in Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Director Bobs Gannaway and producer Ferrell Barron talk with SPINOFF about expanding the "Cars" and "Planes" universe with the Disney animated sequel.
"The Purge" is to "The Purge: Anarchy" as "Alien" is to "Aliens" -- an expansion of the universe, an escalation in action.