Most sci-fi fans were relatively psyched when Josh Trank, fresh off his indie hit Chronicle, signed on to reboot Fantastic Four. But a lot of that goodwill changed once the cast list was announced.
Back before Marvel Studios launched its mission of world box-office domination with 2008’s Iron Man, the Avengers’ resident super-spy almost got her own movie a full four years earlier.
Fans are already mixed about Josh Trank’s take on the Fantastic Four — and we wonder how this new report about changes to the team’s traditional origin story will go over if it turns out to be true.
After years and years of trials, appeals and rumors over what would or would not happen, Jack Kirby's heirs have, at long last, settled out of court with Marvel.
The ratings might’ve been a disappointment, but the season two premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was surprisingly awesome — and even snuck in a massive easter egg that was easy to miss.
It’s been a long wait this summer, but Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returned last night to ABC with a solid premiere. It also included a few (very big) surprises.
The first season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was a rocky ride, but producer Jeffrey Bell is here to explain why we should really give it another chance when it returns tonight.
Marvel didn’t wait too long to announce what they’d be doing with the newly reacquired Star Wars license, but fans from the Dark Horse days might’ve been left wanting. Well, we have some good news.
We’ve been wondering how the cast of ABC's Agent Carter prequel would come together, and now the series has found its own version of Agent Coulson ... just, you know, in the 1940s.
The first season might’ve been a mixed bag of good ideas and less-than-good execution, but the white-knuckle season finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actually gave us some hope.