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Showrunners Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts have said that Star Trek: Discovery will draw from popular shows like Game of Thrones and kill off main characters.
Artist Ian Joyner has released concept art showing early designs for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 characters Krugarr and Martinex.
After less than four weeks of release, Wonder Woman is poised to become the top-grossing DC Extended Universe film domestically.
Marvel Studios concept artist Andy Park released two new images from the Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe exhibition at Queensland Gallery.
Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee revealed that he hated the '70s live-action Spider-Man show, though he was impressed by its special effects.
Tom Holland has confirmed that a young Peter Parker actually first appeared back in 2010's Iron Man 2.
Laura Harrier would love to see her character become Firestar in future installments of Sony's Spider-Man franchise.
Mark Hamill, Zoe Saldana, Lynda Carter and many other sci-fi and superhero film actors will be receiving stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the near future.
Heritage Auctions has put up art from Plane Crazy, which contains the first appearance of the iconic Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Kotobukiya is releasing a highly-detailed ArtFX statue that re-creates Emperor Palpatine and his throne from Return of the Jedi.
Syfy has ordered a pilot for Nightflyers, based on the sci-fi horror novella by George R.R. Martin about an expedition in search of alien life.
Titan Comics has revealed an official release date and some plot details for their revival of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's Fighting American.
Howard the Duck star Lea Thompson called herself 'the first Marvel queen' and praised the oft-maligned film.
Producer Amy Pascal has indicated in an interview that Venom and Silver and Black will take place in the same universe as Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Houston Sharp, an artist who worked on Wonder Woman, has released several images of the film's "History Lesson" scene.