The fourth of our Iron Man 3 contests, in light of Free Comic Book Day tomorrow we're giving away another batch of classic Iron Man comic books. Our previous contest focused on War Machine but this time the focus is on Stark and The Mandarin. Last chance to enter.
According to the email I just received from AMC, production on Season 4 of The Walking Dead officially began today. To celebrate, we have this behind the scenes look at Executive Producer Greg Nicotero directing...zombie school?
Our last dregs of Entertainment Weekly's coverage on Marvel Studios' Phase II plans and beyond. Feige briefly and noncommittally touches on Doctor Strange but also has some interesting yet abstract comments about the future of the Hulk.
New characters are nice but it takes skill to reinvent a bygone character of yesteryear for the modern era. Scott Snyder did it with Thomas Wayne Jr., can anyone do the same with these five DC characters currently in limbo?
Based on their summer blockbuster and franchise film slates for 2013, which film studio do you think will earn the most worldwide? Will it be Buena Vista? Warner Bros.? Or perhaps Sony? Hint, having the #1 movie doesn't guarantee winning the collective box office.
Check out this new majestic looking banner for Warner Bros.' Man of Steel that was just released on the official facebook page. You might like this image better than the final theatrical poster that was recently released.
The top tweets on Robert Downey Jr., Tony Stark and Iron Man 3 from some familiar names and personalities out there in the twittersphere. Screenwriter Drew Pearce has a boatload of little known Iron Man 3 facts for the obsessive Iron Man fan.
Expectations are riding high for the first post-Avengers film from Marvel Studios and with the American release finally here it's poised to shatter box office records. But will it do so on the strength of its own merits or riding on The Avengers coattails?
Kevin Feige updates Marvel Studios' plans for Ant-Man, says they'll have to rewrite the script as there's continuity that needs to be addressed. The conversation also turned to newly re-acquired characters like Blade, Punisher, Daredevil and...Ghost Rider!
Courtesy of Paramount Pictures, we have a new interview with Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams who discusses a wide rand of topics including Kirk, Spock, VFX, Benedict Cumberbatch and more. Mild Spoiler Warning.
In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirms the casting of Zoë Saldaña and a few other assumptions about Guardians of the Galaxy. It appears the film shares a few elements with the new comic series from Brian Michael Bendis.
No flashbacks to the island in this episode but we did go back in time to the early days of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his relationship with Laurel (Katie Cassidy). Did the revelations about The Undertaking meet your expectations?
Someone has laid eyes on the script for the pilot episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and their quick review sounds promising, new footage from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and an update on Ghost in the Shell: Arise.
A.R.G.U.S. has played a significant role in recent episodes of The CW's Arrow so it's only natural that discussion turns to Amanda Waller and The Suicide Squad. Will they pop-up during Season Two?
Zack Snyder, the director of WB's Superman revival, discusses Man of Steel in the latest issue of SFX Magazine. Snyder says there were at least a hundred actors up for the titular role. The conversation also touches on the new costume and DC Comics characters in general.