Both Marvel Studios and DC Comics have unveiled their upcoming movie slates from 2016 to 2020, and it's going to be a very busy (and expensive) few years for us fans. However, now we know what to expect from both Disney and Warner Bros., which studio has the better releases on offer?
This month has seen major movie announcements from both Warner Bros. and Disney about their upcoming DC Comics and Marvel adaptations. However, the different approach to these reveals and how both interact with fans goes to show who has - and possibly always will - have the advantage...
Casting has begun for CBS' upcoming small screen adaptation of Supergirl for both the titular role and...her sister? This is going to be a very different take on the DC Comics property, but it sounds awesome. Hit the jump for the character descriptions of the "Kara
Robert Downey Jr. talks here about Tony Stark's outlook in Avengers: Age of Ultron following the events of Iron Man 3, and also has plenty to say about the direction of the sequel, praising Joss Whedon's script and explaining what it is he brought to the movie. Check it out!
We've already heard that there are plans
for a female Spiderverse character to take the lead in a future Amazing Spider-Man
spinoff, but a new report suggests that it could actually be a whole team of superheroines in a project that's tentatively titled, Glass Celing.
Gal Gadot's solo Wonder Woman outing may be set for release three years from now, but supposed details have already hit the net, suggesting the movie is headed in quite an unexpected direction.
We've seen it in standard quality, but now Marvel has just released the extended special look at Avengers: Age of Ultron featuring the superhero party scene and new snippets in the teaser trailer!
Two of the most exciting announcements made by Marvel yesterday were not only confirmation that we'd finally be getting a Black Panther film, but that they'd chosen the actor who'd bring him to life on the big screen. After the jump you'll find all you need to know about Chadwick Boseman.
Though it still hasn't been released officially, we now have a much better version of the Avengers: Infinity War teaser trailer which was shown off at the Marvel Event in Los Angeles yesterday, revealing the identity of some of the stones and featuring Thanos wielding the iconic weapon!
Based solely on cryptic tweet from the actor/rapper, LL Cool J aka "Ladies Love Cool James" has teased that he either has a role in an upcoming Marvel movie, or that he has hopes of appearing in one.
The ratings for last night's TV are in, and after a pretty large decline in viewers last week, the CW's The Flash has dipped another small amount. Meanwhile, Marvel's S.H.I.E.L.D enjoyed a slight spike..but of course, the Avengers: AOU clip will have helped.
Central City has been taken over by a mysterious virus and has been thrown into chaos despite the best efforts of The Arrow and Arsenal. Who created it? Felicty Smoak. Wait, what?! Hit the jump for a first look at next week's episode of Arrow, "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak".
Marvel have released a set of photos from today's Marvel Event in Los Angeles featuring Chris Evans (Captain America), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) and Kevin Feige. As Downey and Evans square off, we get a teasing glimpse at what to expect from Civil War...
Entertainment Weekly has unveiled two new covers featuring Emilia Clark as Sarah Conner, Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese, Jason Clarke as John Conner, & Matt Smith as they'll appear in the new Terminator.
Saying he's "indifferent" to a Green Arrow movie, Stephen Amell echoes the thoughts of most comic book fans by revealing that he believes Grant Gustin should be playing The Flash on the big screen. He also drops some HUGE hints about what's to come in Arrow...
Had enough Marvel news for today? Of course not, so hit the jump and check out the extended look at Avengers: Age of Ultron which has the famous party scene and teaser trailer with new snippets!
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder talks here about shooting key Metropolis and Gotham City locations in Detroit and reveals his desire to continue his "Saga" of DC Comics adaptations by returning in the near future. Justice League perhaps? Check it out!
This leaked clip from Avengers: Age of Ultron featuring a very tense exchange between Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) briefly found its way online yesterday, and as well as being able to watch it right here, you can read our thoughts on what it reveals about the sequel...
Avengers: Age of Ultron director Joss Whedon recently made an appearance on Marvel's "The Watcher" webseries and talks here about the global scope of the highly anticipated sequel and why it's important to show how the rest of the world views Earth's Mightiest Heroes...
Four more character casting descriptions for series regular roles in CBS' upcoming Supergirl have been revealed, featuring a pair of potential villains as well as a pair of potential allies. The descriptions also hint at further deviations that the show may take. Come check it out!