• X-Men: Marvel Just Brought Back a Mutant That Could Change Everything
    Marvel just brought back the one mutant who could change the entire trajectory of the X-Men Universe! Such are the stakes established in this week’s X-Men comic book release, X-Men: Inferno #1. That comic steps back for a timely survey of the rebooted X-Men story concept from Jonathan Hickman, which started back in 2019’s House of X […]
  • Venom 2 Director Andy Serkis Talks PG-13 Carnage and Dropping a Marvel Movie “F-Bomb”
    Director Andy Serkis says let there be the “F-word” in Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Like its 2018 predecessor that grossed more than $850 million worldwide, the Sony Pictures sequel weighed an R-rating but received a more tame PG-13 for “intense sequences of violence and action, some strong language, disturbing material and suggestive references.” That “strong language” is in part to a […]
  • The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan More Interested in Negan Sequel Than Prequel
    The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan is more interested in a sequel than a prequel about Negan, teasing there are “still stories to be told” about the character in a talked-about spin-off. After AMC Networks gauged interest in a Negan-centric offshoot series in the wake of the prequel episode “Here’s Negan,” Morgan confirmed a spin-off revealing more backstory or continuing Negan’s […]
  • Marvel Reveals Major Surprise About Thanos
    Marvel just revealed a major surprise about Thanos in the pages of Eternals: Thanos Rises #1. The Kieron Gillen-written book tackles the beginnings of the Mad Titan as he’s actually an Eternal. Though the mythical beings were created by the Celestials, one of their offspring becomes the massive Marvel villain. The creative team pulls back the curtain on the story […]
  • Marvel and Invincible Artist Inks My Hero Academia Variant Cover
    While My Hero Academia is one of the biggest anime Shonen series in the world today, the world of animation was taken over by Amazon’s adaptation of Image’s Invincible but it seems as if the two franchises have crossed over with one of the premier artists on the comic series, Ryan Ottley, supplying a new cover for Kohei Horikoshi’s manga. Ottley’s […]
  • Marvel’s Shang-Chi Pacing to Pass Black Widow at the Box Office
    Marvel’s Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings is on pace to pass Black Widow at the United States box office. Things just keep getting better for Marvel’s latest release according to a new report from The Wrap. The Simu Liu fronted feature poured on another $5.8 million on Friday and the estimates are still lofty. Shang-Chi has managed to rake in a total […]
  • Hawkeye Star Jeremy Renner Confirms Trailer Coming Tomorrow
    Just hours from now, you’ll have the first trailer for Marvel’s next television show. Late Sunday night, Jeremy Renner confirmed the trailer for Hawkeye would be released on Monday. The Avengers star even shared a snippet in a post to his Instagram story, teasing the show’s Christmas-time storyline. “Hawkeye trailer drops tomorrow!” Renner shared. He then posted a second image of himself […]
  • The Mandalorian Season 2 Continues to Win Big at the Emmy Awards
    Star Wars: The Mandalorian continues to win big at the Emmy Awards this year. After bringing home the Emmys for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup, Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour), and Outstanding Sound Mixing For a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday night, the Disney+ series followed it up with another trio of wins […]
  • Star Wars Has Its Own Marvel’s What If…? Series
    Marvel’s What If…? on Disney+ brings the fun of Marvel Comics’ fan-favorite comic book series, exploring alternate takes on classic Marvel stories, to the wider MCU audience. Star Wars fans will have something akin to that in Star Wars Visions. It isn’t the same premise, but it does allow anime creators to run wild with their ideas for the Star Wars […]
  • Aquaman 2’s Blue Stealth Suit Explained
    DC fans were met with a pretty pleasant surprise on Sunday, when director James Wan and star Jason Momoa shared the first official look at Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The upcoming sequel, which began filming earlier this summer, will apparently feature two distinct costumes for Momoa’s Arthur Curry/Aquaman — his iconic orange-and-green hero costume from the first Aquaman, as well as an […]