Roswell, New Mexico has added Cassandra Jean Amell as Louise, an alien character who arrives on Earth during a critical point in the show's timeline.
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The reviews for Taika Waititi's World War II-era satire Jojo Rabbit are starting to come in, and they are -- generally -- pretty positive.
Apple TV+ has unveiled the full list of programming that will be available at launch, including See and The Morning Show.
Stephen King's new novel The Institute is being adapted for TV by David E. Kelley and Jack Bender.
Season 2 of Netflix's The Umbrella Academy has added Ritu Arya, Yusuf Gatewood and Marin Ireland to its cast.
A new report suggests Marvel is looking to add a Young Avengers series to its slate of content for Disney+.
Paramount is reportedly developing a remake of it 1997 cinematic thriller Face/Off.
The Xfinity channel guide weighed in on Dark Phoenix's abysmal run at the box office and the end of Sony and Marvel's deal to share Spider-Man rights.
According to Harvey Bullock actor Donal Logue, the cast of Gotham is up for a revival -- but only under one condition.
The Walden Grove High School dance team performed an Avengers-inspired routine for the school's homecoming assembly.
A new trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has been rated, indicating footage from the film could arrive soon.
Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali was reportedly in the running for Jim Gordon in Matt Reeves' Batman solo film.
The Flash's Candice Patton spoke about how Oliver Queen's death would impact Team Flash, calling it "devastating."
Judging by a still from the trailer, Joaquin Phoenix's Joker film may pay tribute to the Jack Nicholson's Clown Prince of Crime.
The Avengers: Endgame directors believe Robert Downey Jr.'s final Iron Man performance is too good to be snubbed by the Academy Awards.
After weeks of silence, Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo have finally weighed in on the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man split.
Twilight alum Julia Jones has boarded Disney+'s The Mandalorian in an undisclosed role.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has signed a three-year deal to produce new television series for Netflix.