Playstation Network's super-powered crime drama has released character portraits of the show's Season 2 cast.
Told entirely from the perspective of the titular hero, Ilya Naishuller's video game-style action film grabs hold of the audience and doesn't let go.
Described as the “world’s first action film to be shot 100% from the hero’s perspective,” "Hardcore Henry" crashes into theaters in April.
Sharlto Copley co-stars in this first-person shooter video game brought to life.
Mark Millar updates on "Starlight" and "Chrononauts," while a member of the Watchmen seeks to enter the DC Cinematic Universe.
Brian Michael Bendis speaks candidly with CBR News about the first season of "Powers," the chances for a second and the reception from fans.
The "Powers" co-creator talks with CBR News about the Sony TV series, casting the show and how the long road to production worked in its favor.
Christian Walker & Deena Pilgrim will encounter power-enhancing drugs, power-dampening tech and the menace of Wolf on the PlayStation Network series.
Copley offers a fresh twist on the familiar Bendis/Oeming character: he used to be a superstar, and he's more than a little bitter about it.
Christian Walker (Sharlto Copley) gets a bird's eye view of Chicago in a new official trailer for Playstation's "Powers."
Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley star in the teaser trailer for the new sci-fi action-adventure from the director of District 9.
The incoming digital TV series shows off lead actors Susan Heyward and Sharlto Copley in the style of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic.
Check out the first glimpse of Sharlto Copley and Susan Heyward as duo Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim in PlayStation Network's "Powers" television series.
Sony's live-action "Powers" series has its Christian Walker: "District 9" star Sharlto Copley. Plus, Michelle Forbes joins as Retro Girl.
Disney raids its IP catalogue to deliver a very expensive, but very bland, film – the big-screen equivalent of a shoulder shrug.
Angelina Jolie brings Maleficent to mysterious life in the latest trailer for the Disney film, which features baby curses and people turning into crows.
Screenwriter Mark Protosevich discusses the challenge of bringing "Oldboy" to mainstream audiences, while retaining the core of the original.