Articles by Keith Rice
Veteran writer Gerry Conway weighs in on the best on-screen version of his Marvel Comics co-creation, The Punisher.
William Friedkin, the Academy Award-winning director behind The Exorcist, will lend his voice to The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror XXVIII.
New details have emerged surrounding Princess Leia and Poe Dameron's relationship in the Rian Johnson-directed Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Taking a page from Emperor Palpatine's playbook, Supreme Leader Snoke will be protected by fierce red-clad bodyguards in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Wolverine goes on the hunt for her brother Daken in Tom Taylor and Juann Cabal's upcoming Marvel Legacy arc, Orphans of X.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe's first Spider-Man film is tracking to earn $100 million in its opening weekend.
Stranger Things star David Harbour admits the series wasn't prepared for Barb's popularity, but assures her loss will be addressed in Season Two.
James Galton, the former president and CEO widely credited with saving Marvel Entertainment in the late 1970s, has passed away.
The DC Extended Universe film may be ranked among the top five grossing films of the year if predictions hold strong.
Image continues its 25th anniversary celebration with a new batch of forward-facing variant covers.
Hell is coming for Jesse Custer in the new full-length trailer for the second season of AMC's Preacher.
The teaser for a fan-made Harry Potter prequel promises to unravel the mystery of Tom Riddle's transformation into He Who Must Not Be Named.
The final Mummy trailer hypes the film's status as the beginning of a 'dark universe' for Universal's classic monsters.
Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman faces Dr. Poison and Ares in the new international trailer for the Warner Bros. film.
The fantasy drama based on Terry Brooks' series of bestselling novels will move to a new home for its second season.
Lazarus is getting resurrected in a new miniseries from writer Greg Rucka and a host of artists, including Michael Lark, Steve Lieber, Bilquis Evely and many others.
The Autobots and Decepticons will converge on theaters two days early as Paramount Pictures shifts the release of Transformers: The Last Knight.