Actor Chris Hemsworth posted a hilarious video to his Instagram showing him dancing to Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball."
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Writer Jim Zub and artist Kevin Libranda will make a change to Riri Williams' Ironheart costume in Champions #23.
Marvel Studios producer Nate Moore explains that he unsuccessfully tried to prevent one death in Avengers: Infinity War.
Avengers: Infinity War will release digitally late next month, with the physical release likely to follow shortly after.
Captain Marvel will reveal Agent Phil Coulson's origins with the intelligence agency and what he meant by one particular line in 2008's Iron Man.
Actor Andy Serkis is interested in working with director Matt Reeves again, including on The Batman.
Clue co-writer Paul Wernick teases the possibility that the Ryan Reynolds-led reboot could "potentially" be R-rated.
Doctor Strange takes a trip to a waterpark in a new fan-made video that might just be the best use of those behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Marvel Studios producer Nate Moore teases the possibility of "new and hopefully surprising" characters joining the MCU after Avengers 4.
Actor Paul Bettany enjoyed playing Solo: A Star Wars Story villain Dryden Vos after playing the "fundamentally good" Vision.
Solo: A Star Wars Story's Donald Glover explains how much he wanted the role of Lando Calrissian, despite his agent not liking his odds.
New character descriptions for Jessica Jones Season 3 may hint at the show's next villain and a very powerful organization.
Hugh Jackman responds to Ryan Reynolds's attempts to have Wolverine and Deadpool team-up, saying, "play a little hard to get."
Director Ryan Coogler thinks an all-female Black Panther spinoff "would be amazing if the opportunity came up."
Director Damián Szifron has left Mark Wahlberg's Six Billion Dollar Man project due to "creative differences."
Co-writer Stephen McFeely explains why a major storyline from Captain America: Civil War didn't get resolved in Avengers: Infinity War.
Disney CEO Bob Iger teases the possibility of more Avengers films in the future, indicating that the franchise may continue past Avengers 4.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says that Marvel Studios is planning "a new franchise beyond Avengers."
Mark Hamill reveals that a longtime Star Wars actor will keep his record and have a cameo in Solo: A Star Wars Story.