Film & Tv Archive

There is a lot of absorb, but here's our first pass at what all these DC movies announcements means.
Plus SUICUDE SQUAD, JUSTICE LEAGUE 2, and SHAZAM. Here's a look at the yearly schedule as announced Wednesday by Warner Bros.
The people behind Star Wars novels and comics come together to talk about what's next in the Star Wars universe.
The 1960s Batman had his own panel, and we were there.
Yes, Wonder Woman is the daughter of Zeus in the DC Comics movie universe.
Marvel may have just upped the ante on the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3 if Variety's report is accurate.
TV, crises at comic companies, rumors denied and confirmed, and more, we found them all here for you.
Take a look at what to expect from this week's episodes of Arrow and The Flash!
Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice producer Charles Roven talked in some detail about Ben Affleck's choice as Batman as well as some new character...
Brian Michael Bendis is the busiest, hardest working person in geekdom. Here's everything he's up to right now.
The fifth season of AMC's rating juggernaut The Walking Dead kicks of in just about 24 hours, but you can watch the first four minutes of the seaso...
Schumacher accepts a lifetime achievement award at the Hamptons Film Festival and all he's asked about is Batman. "I didn’t do a good job," he said.
What's coming in Daredevil? We'll find out during this panel!
Joe Quesada draws the first concept art from the 2015 Marvel-Netflix production. Remind anyone of anything?
Brian Bendis and the PlayStation team, as well as the stars of Powers came to New York Comic Con for a first look at the series.
After a litany of bootleg knock-off toys, Marvel teams with manufacturing to make an official dancing figure.
Through his company Plan B and New Regency, the actor/producer eyes the Image horror book as a feature film.
Expect some first looks and inside info as the stars and crew of Throne of Atlantis come to New York Comic Con for a special preview panel!
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are at New York Comic Con, and we have the latest for you right here.
The all-ages animal TV network branches out into gruesome animal horror fiction. Plus iDW publishing will bring Douglas Adam's DIRK GENTLY to comics.
What's coming next in Marvel Animation? Find out at this panel from New York Comic Con!
A spin-off from the hit LEGO: THE MOVIE starring BATMAN will be headed to the big screen, according to a trade report.
A first look at the new movie was unveiled at the convention in New York City on October 9th, 2014. It is set to hit theaters in May 2015.
Just hours after Dr. Martin Stein was added to the cast, the CW drama has added the Flash's openly gay and hearing impaired rogue.