Josh Trank's controversial adaptation of Fantastic Four finally hits theaters nationwide tomorrow. So what better way to kick things off than with an in-depth editorial explaining why this underdog may leave audiences pleasantly surprised...
One of our contributors was lucky enough to have attended the red carpet premiere of this documentary. Was the movie any good? What did we learn about Tim Burton's failed Superman film? Find out after the jump!
After four solid years in Anaheim, California, Comic-Con International will once again be moving its second most popular comic book convention. Is Comic-Con's famous SDCC also in danger of leaving San Diego? Find out after the jump.
Since May of last year, we've heard that the official reason for the Shaun of the Dead director being let go from Ant-Man was because of creative differences. Now, the President of Marvel Studios tells us the real reason was due to a personal betrayal in the form of infidelity.
ComicBookMovie.com's very own McGee shares his thoughts on the controversial casting of Ezra Miller as the Flash. It is highly recommended that you don't click on this article. If you decide to ignore this suggestion, just know that we warned you in the teaser...so you can't sue us.
Even though it has been well over a month since everyone and their mom's boyfriend has seen the Flash pilot, CBM's very own McGee has decided to review this episode now. If you want proof that the public education system in America is broken, we encourage you to read this article and ask God for forgiveness.
Okay, not really. In a clever display of viral marketing, Warner Bros. and NBC have given out a phone number for fans to call and attempt to contact John Constantine. If it goes to voicemail...John teases you with a reference to a dear friend. See who it is after the jump!
In a recent interview, Napoleon Dynamite star Jon Heder expressed his desire to portray DC Comics' King of Atlantis on the big screen. Please hold your laughter until after the jump!
It's been seven months since Thor 2 first hit theaters way back in November of last year, and this site's very own McGee decides to review this film now. If you have brain cells to spare, then come read this abomination of an article. God help us all!
In what is sure to be considered more evidence of this site's decline, we asked McGee to review The Wolverine for its opening weekend and he turned in his review for a movie that's been out for over a month. Enjoy!
One month after the movie has already hit theaters, McGee reviews Marvel's Iron Man 3 as best as his foggy memory will allow. So if for some strange reason you still haven't seen the third installment of Iron Man and are still on the fence about seeing it...you probably still shouldn't read this, but here you go anyways.