Heather V. Swanson
Articles by Heather V. Swanson
Chadwick Boseman's acclaim continues to grow, this time via GQ's International Man of the Year Award for 2018.
The best cosplay costumes from Dragon Con may go to Frank Miller's Batman and Robin (Carrie Kelley) from The Dark Knight Returns.
A new report claims Gwyneth Paltrow will reprise the role of Pepper Potts in Spider-Man: Far From Home, which will hit theaters following Avengers 4.
Legendary horror auteur David Cronenberg is bringing his creepy talents to the small screen for a television series.
Walking Dead alum Chandler Riggs joins viewers in pondering the big questions of the hit drama, like how Carl aged faster than his sister.
Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige will be honored by the Producers Guild of America for his work on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The new poster for the upcoming second season of The CW's Black Lightning showcases the heroes, and one villain, of the CW drama.
It seems we'll have to be more patient as April 2019 is no longer the target release window for the last season.
Disney and Marvel Studios are preparing to make a push for Black Panther to earn an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture.
Kelly Marie Tran's essay about enduring online harassment has earned praise from her Star Wars: Episode IX co-star Mark Hamill.
Ryan Reynolds takes over the Honest Trailer for Deadpool 2, hilariously roasting himself and the popular Screen Junkies feature in equal measure.
The Simpsons' iconic 7-Eleven parody is a real-world store now, with more Springfield landmarks on the way.
Treat bags at Disney theme parks have revealed the dates for the digital and Blu-ray releases of Pixar's mega-hit Incredibles 2.
In a newly resurfaced 2009 interview, director Zack Snyder explains why he didn't think a Watchmen adaptation would work on television.
The family of the late Paul Walker said they hope there's a way for his character Brian O'Conner to return to the Fast & Furious franchise.
Fans across the United Kingdom have weighed in on which actor should succeed Daniel Craig in the iconic role of James Bond.
Voice actor Christy Carlson Romano and comedian Patton Oswalt will have roles in the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Kim Possible.