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Articles by Sam Stone
Executive producer Adi Shankar announces he's developing a Devil May Cry animated series for Netflix to take place in same multiverse as Castlevania.
Early reviews for Creed II call the sequel a solid addition to the Rocky franchise, though not as good as its 2015 predecessor.
A comprehensive ranking of every single Harry Potter film by critical response, including Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Captain Marvel will appear as a cast member at Disney's California Adventure in early 2019, for a limited time.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald reserves most of its major twists and turns for Credence Barebone's story.
An official image from next month's Elseworlds Arrowverse crossover shows John Wesley Shipp back as the 1990s Flash.
Kumail Nanjiani has been cast to guest in a lead role in an episode of CBS All Access' Twilight Zone reboot.
The Beast is completely unleashed in the first TV spot for director M. Night Shyamalan's Glass.
New photos from the sixth episode of Supergirl Season 4 show Manchester Black in action, sporting his same outfit from the comics.
Kelly Thompson with Veronica and Andy Fish team up for a five-issue Sabrina the Teenage Witch miniseries with a lighter depiction of the character.
Lance Reddick signs on to Godzilla vs. Kong as the crossover monster film begins principal photography.
As filming continues on The Mandalorian, the live-action Star Wars series adds a Deadpool and Fast and the Furious actor to its cast.
Early reviews for Ralph Breaks the Internet praises the sequel's expanded scope while maintaining its emotional focus on Ralph and Vanellope.
Stan Lee turned superheroes from children's literature and propaganda tools into an irrevocable part of pop culture and became an American icon.
First full trailer for Wonder Park has debuted, showing the characters trying to restore the titular theme park despite hordes of chimpanzombies.
Legendary Entertainment has optioned Black Hammer by Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston for development in television and film.