In anticipation of Netflix's "Luke Cage," we look back at some of the best moments from his comic book relationship with Jessica Jones.
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CBR spotlights the gods you need to know before Starz's television adaptation from Bryan Fuller & Michael Green arrives on TV in 2017.
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At Comic-Con International. Warner Bros. unveiled brand new images from director David Ayer's upcoming "Suicide Squad" film.
With Lionsgate changing its strategy for the final film in its "Divergent" series, apparently no one kept Shailene Woodley in the loop.
Director David Yates reveals the "Harry Potter" author has finished the script for the follow-up to "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," and has ideas for a third film.
The voice cast for "The LEGO Ninjago Movie" will also include Dave Franco, Abbi Jacobson, Kumail Nanjiani and more.
Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will direct the long-awaited fourth installment of Eddie Murphy's "Beverly Hills Cop" film franchise.
The former pro wrestler shows some moves to his "Guardians of the Galaxy" co-star and Anna Faris in their living room.
A sushi chef has spent more than 10 years perfecting the art of creating "Star Wars" characters out of vegetables for his guests.
Mark Ruffalo hints that the relationship between Bruce Banner and his alter ego could be reaching a climax.
The Earth Space Defense sets out to debunk the 20-year-old conspiracy theory that Jeff Goldblum and David Levinson are the same person.
Mickey's attempt to solve Donald's rage issues goes horribly awry in this sneak peek at the latest "Mickey Mouse" animated short.
Disney's "Zootopia" gets the Honest Trailers treatment, skewering the billion dollar-grossing animated hit and its head-on approach to stereotypes.
Sadako pitches to Kayako ahead of a recent Nippon-Ham Fighters' baseball game to promote their crossover film, "The Ring vs The Grudge."
Fitness and nutrition brand Onnit has launched a Marvel-themed equipment line to help turn you into a real-life super soldier.
Fans might finally get to meet the man that made (or doomed) Jason Voorhees in Platinum Dunes' reboot of the classic horror franchise.