Rick Remender And Jerome Opeña's upcoming original graphic novel takes place in continuity, but we now can see that it's somewhere in the past as Hawkeye is rocking his classic costume and the Beast is a member of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Hit the jump for an extended preview!
Yesterday we found out that Gunn would indeed write and direct a sequel to Marvel's brilliant space adventure flick, and it turns out he already has a fair idea of the direction he'll be steering the Milano. More Yondu and the Ravagers? the Kree? Quill's Dad? Yup..
The North American box office numbers are coming in and Deadline reports, Scarlett Johansson's Lucy will out muscle Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Hercules for the top spot despite opening in 400 less theaters. Come check it out!
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!
We know there'll be a Throne Of Atlantis animated feature, and now it's been announced at SDCC that we'll also have Batman VS. Robin (to be loosely based on "Court Of Owls" apparently) and Justice League: Gods And Monsters.
This looks like an odd one...to say the least. The trailer for Smith's new movie Tusk (which stars Michael Parks, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez and Johnny Depp) just debuted at SDCC, but we have it for you right here. "Is man, indeed, a walrus at heart?!"
The twitter feed for Justified Films and Entertainment have posted what may be the first look at The Thing from Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot. Come check this out!
Captain America: The Winter Soldier screenwriters Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus have revealed that Agent Carter will feature Edwin Jarvis, the man who inspires Tony Stark to create the A.I. known as J.A.R.V.I.S.! Read on for details on his role in the series...
There weren't too many big announcements at Warner Bros.' Arrow panel, but they did decide to end it with a pretty big teaser which seemingly indicates that a prominent member of the Bat-Family will soon be making their way to the series in a Felicity-centric episode...
It seems like Matthew Vaughn's take on Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' Kingsman: The Secret Service will be a very loose adaptation as the first image of Mark Hamill (Star Wars) in the movie reveals that he'll be playing a character, and not himself as in the comic book.