As part of their SDCC 2014 marketing push, Fox's Gotham has begun a cool viral marketing campaign, complete with faux- Gotham Chronicle news website. For instance, the site just revealed that Carmine Falcone will be showing up on Gotham.
The various DC Entertainment television show producers have echoed the same 'verbage' from DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns that the shows will not connect to the film universe established in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But what about one another?
Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim on how Bradon Routh's Ray Palmer connects to Jean Loring, who has already appeared on The CW superhero drama. Plus, behind the scenes snaps of the cast and a hint of more Deadshot yet to come.
The Walking Dead season 5 showrunner, Scott Gimple, discusses the new season
, the "butterfly effect" of early deviations from the comic book storyline, The Walking Dead spinoff tv show and more at the 2014 Saturn Movie Awards.
Will X-Men: Days of Future Past be Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen's last X-Men film? What do the two think of their younger counterparts, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy?
Here's your first look (low-res) at the live-action Rurouni Kenshin sequel's big bad, Makoto Shishio (Tatsuya Fujiwara). The film appears to have done a good job at translating the bandaged look of Shishio.
Director James Gunn and Nebula actress Karen Gillan discuss Guardians of the Galaxy at the Thor: The Dark World North America premiere. "I play a character called Nebula, she is the female villain of the film. She teams up with Lee Pace (Ronan the Accuser) who is the male villain."
Jeph Loeb drops some hints about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., particularly tonight's episode which he describes as a tearjerker and devastating. With a "killer on the loose" in FZZT, does someone on Agent Coulson's (Clark Gregg) team take a dirt nap?
Actress Tao Tsuchiya has been cast as fan favorite ninja, Misao Makimachi in the two live-action Rurouni Kenshin sequels, "Rurouni Kenshin: The Great Kyoto Fire" and "Rurouni Kenshin: The End of a Legend".
The top 5 news stories of the week. James Spader is Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Bradley Cooper is Rocket Raccoon, Bryan Cranston is not Lex Luthor, Star Wars: Episode VII screen tests and Zack Snyder on the level of destruction in Man of Steel.
Check out Wonder Woman's new costume from the upcoming 2014 DC animated movie, Justice League: War. Wonder Woman will be voiced by Michelle Monaghan in the animated feature that's based on Geoff Johns' New 52 origin story of the Justice League.
Screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman admit they read online fan responses and comments to projects they're working on, what it meant to write Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness and if they'll write or bring in help on Star Trek 3.
I thought the premiere episode
of Cartoon Network's "Beware the Batman" was a solid entry that served to set the tone for the new cg animated show but left ample room for some improvement. Did the second episode take a step forward or back?
The final adventures of street racer Takumi Fujiwara are set to begin in the final manga volume of "Initial D" this month which will also be adapted into a final anime series titled "Initial D: The Final Stage." Surely a bit of sad news for longtime fans.
New Regency is planning an adaptation of Top Cow's "The Darkness" which will also feature "The Witchblade" as a project for Underworld director Len Wiseman. The feature film will also reportedly include "The Angelus".