The Suicide Squad has found its King Shark. Let all the criminals in the sea and on the surface rejoice.
The Spider world is a mess right now, at least so far as the live-action iteration is concerned.
You thought the Marvel TV show announcements were over, didn’t you? Marvel’s best girl/dinosaur team are here for one more.
Holy cow. There was more than just Marvel movies and Star Wars at D23 Expo’s Disney movie panel today. Here’s everything you need to know from the broader Disney umbrella.
The long-awaited confirmation of the Black Panther sequel! Even more incredible Eternals stars! Here’s a roundup of that and everything else Marvel-related we learned at D23 Expo’s movie panel.
Appropriately, it’s a double LP.
Legion mixed high-level design and filming techniques with wild comics-y shenanigans up until the end, and this recently released clip from the seventh episode of the show’s third season showcases precisely what that looks like in action.
Writing a fantasy epic is hard. Writing a fantasy epic while also competing with a television show that adapts said epic, and will finish before you? Apparently that’s way harder.
I don’t normally think of Terminator as being a very emotionally expressive franchise, but there’s something haunting about this great storyboard.
Netflix shows don’t always get physical releases, and when they do, they rarely get longer. Haunting of Hill House will change that.
Hong Kong is in the midst of political turmoil as anti-government protesters clash with police, and now Disney’s Mulan remake has become an unlikely flashpoint for debate.
Richard Williams, the legendary animator and three-time Oscar-winner behind Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, two Pink Panther films, and other animated classics, has died.
Cue the techno theme music.
Jasmine Goggins is a storyboard artist who’s done work with Dreamworks TV, Powerhouse, and Titmouse, and she does excellent work.
It’s not that The Boys are back in town so much as that they never left.
This is what entertainment journalism is, in 2019: watching Disney score an unending series of victories over itself as the film industry grows smaller and smaller.
The Deadpool movies have a lot of affection for Rob Liefeld’s X-Men-adjacent work, including not just Deadpool but a variety of other characters familiar to Liefeld’s readers, and even an ersatz X-Force team in Deadpool 2.