David Fincher want Brad Pitt to take lead role in movie adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under Sea.
Lots of people sign Spider-Man birthday card at New York Comic Con.
At least one of the movie's antagonists will be familiar to fans of the classic X-Men story.
After a federal appeals court ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional, Captain America promised that he and the Avengers would continue to fight until all tolerance of mutants was stamped out.
Shailene Woodley has been cast as the role.
The insufferable Michael Bay dares to criticize the great and mighty Megatron.
The official synopsis for 'Iron Man 3' has hit the web courtesy of Disney.
How will Marvel continue to stamp out the mutant menace?! Find out in the January 2013 solicits!
It might be a comic about posters on the Outhouse message boards.
RPG video game makers Obsidian smashed their own fundraising goals and Kickstarters game-fundraising records with their upcoming 'Project Eternity' game.
You can't escape it, so don't bother trying.
Valiant has announced that the first two issues of Bloodshot are going to second printings.
The popular weekly news magazine, aptly named Newsweek, has just announced that it will be discontinuing it's print edition.
A judge has ruled that Warner Bros. is the legal owner of the Shuster portion of the rights of the character.
A recap of the newest episode of Arrow!
TNT making television series based on Dean Koontz Frankenstein novels.
In what DC executives are calling "sweet, sweet revenge," DC Comics has filed suit against the Siegel estate for unauthorized performance of the song Happy Birthday to You.
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