Maybe he should've included the word "yet," but the actor explains how he sees the character's arc and what attracted him to the role.
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J.S. Burgers Cafe is serving up black bun burgers, a Slimer smoothie, and a Marshmallow Mad Burger to commemorate the July film release.
Opening in 57 markets across the world, "IDR" looks to be faring better internationally than domestically.
The internet has been bashing the impending reboot since day one, but Rothman only sees that as a good thing.
The story of a video game about the Man Without Fear that was meant to come out in the early 2000s, and why it never saw the light of day.
Watch as food artist Valeriano Fatica turns a whole watermelon into a bust of the White Walkers' king.
Matt Murdock himself wanted "a few" toys to give out to kids, but Funko took it an extra step -- or 50 -- further.
Warner Bros. will become the first major studio to use the large capacity format in order to fit Zack Snyder's longer version of the film.
Two posters that got left out of the massive marketing push for the film have surfaced online, and they show one pissed off Superman.
Marvel Comics icon was in town for Planet Comicon when Mayor Sylvester James announced that May 21st, 2016 would be dedicated to Stan Lee.
The actor once again affirmed his desire to return to the fan-favorite franchise in any way possible, while slamming the film's marketing.
Still a week away from opening in America and weathering some a lukewarm critical reception, the latest X-film
A guide at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood revealed the highly speculated truth while previewing the new DC Comics: The Exhibit.
20th Century Fox teases the impending preview with new character banners; plus, Quicksilver messes with the team in new Sky broadband ad.
Plus, a new motion banner featuring Ruth Negga's Tulip O'Hare and a peek behind the scenes at the series' first table-read.
A fan's recreation of the final scene of Season 6 proves that Lucille is just as dangerous and frightening even in tiny block form.
YouTuber Aldo Jones uses some Photoshop magic to turn the "Captain America: Civil War" trailer into a goofy superhero send-up.
While the Oscar winner is "excited to be playing that iconic character," he admits that he won't get much screentime in his first appearance.
Director reveals first look at the classic bad guy, dressed in a comic-accurate outfit and facing off in a cage match against a fan-favorite X-Man.
Paramount was set to release Mark Osborne's animated adaptation in U.S. theaters next week, but will no longer distribute the film.