Nicole Sobon is a freelance writer for CBR and has been with the site since January 2017. She currently covers news and writes features and dabbles in writing lists from time-to-time. Prior to her work at CBR, Nicole served as the Editor in Chief for MCU Exchange for nearly two years, helping to establish the site as one of the go-to sources for news regarding the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Before that, she ran a book review site for approximately two years, where she shared her views on forthcoming releases while also helping readers connect with writers. When she’s not writing about comics and movies, she spends her time writing Young Adult books, including the Emile Reed series. You can reach her on Twitter at @NicoleSobon.
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Marvel Television and Freeform have officially announced the full Squirrel Girl and the New Warriors roster!
Guardians of the Galaxy's Zoe Saldana hopes that the family dynamic between Gamora, Nebula and Thanos is explored in Avengers: Infinity War.
Director James Gunn revealed that he plans to start work on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after he wraps up his time on Avengers: Infinity War.
According to writer-director James Gunn, the Guardians may be headed for a lineup change following Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
A new promo image for Collector Corps gives us a better look at Spider-Man's homemade super suit in the upcoming film starring Tom Holland as the web-slinger.
Charlie Hunnam explains why he didn't reprise his role as Raleigh Becket in Legendary's sequel to "Pacific Rim."
Marvel's Inhumans has added up and coming actor Chad James Buchanan in an undisclosed role.
Beauty and the Beast helmer Bill Condon looks to join Universal's MonsterVerse as the director of the Bride of Frankenstein remake.
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds confirmed Josh Brolin's casting as Cable with the help of a playful image.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming star revealed he has never seen the original Star Wars trilogy but does enjoy the franchise's more recent films.
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." co-showrunner Jed Whedon said there are no plans for his ABC drama to cross over with the upcoming "Inhumans."
Though we still don't know what it's about, John Ridley promises his Marvel TV series is still alive.
Two-time Academy Award nominee and Janet McTeer has joined "Jessica Jones" Season Two in an undisclosed role.