Next week sees the finale of Marvel's last stand-alone event as we approach Secret Wars, and with All-New Cap battling
old original Cap, it's bound to be an eventful issue. Check out a lettered preview of Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #9.
Fox have released a new featurette for Gotham, and it includes both a recap of events so far and interviews with the cast as they reflect on the incredible experience of the show's first season and what it's been like interacting with fans. Hit the jump to check it out!
Back in September we heard a rumor that Brit newcomer Maisie Richardson-Sellers was being looked at for a "major role" in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and now the actress has confirmed that she has indeed been cast. Click on for her comments..
Another email discussing Sony and Marvel's plans for Spider-Man if he is to be included in the Marvel cinematic universe has been uncovered. In it, Marvel wants Spidey to appear in their Avengers: Infinity War movies and to send him back to high school.
Arrow and The Flash showrunner, Greg Berlanti, is developing a TV show for Fox with Archie, Veronica, Betty and even Josie & the Pussycats, but Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater says Afterlife With Archie is also being developed.
The beast of a man who's set to return to Arrow as Slade Wilson soon has landed the role of Allanon the druid in MTV's small screen take on the series of beloved fantasy novels by Terry Brooks. Click on to find out some more about the character..
It seems the fellows over at CinemaSins are at it again! Ever wanted to make your own Zack Snyder film? If so, you're in luck. Hit the jump to check out a four-minute, detailed, and tactile video listing the various steps you can follow to make your own Snyder masterpiece.
We heard a little earlier this week that another of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens' characters will be called "Captain Phasma", and based on a new report, it sounds as if it will be Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie who takes that name. Who is she playing? Find out here...
Marvel had been building up The Avengers for years, and when it was time to deliver the goods they turned to the coolest cat in town, Joss Whedon, and that choice paid off to the tune of $1.5 billion! How do you top that? "Work harder," says Whedon.
Are you a fan of Stephen Amell & his hit CW show, Arrow? Do you want to impress girls like Emily Bett Rickards? If you answered 'yes' to either of the above, you may want to check out this cool video where Amell demonstrates how to use the famous salmon ladder!