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Quentin Tarantino attends the premiere of the movie "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" during the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on May 21, 2019 in Cannes, France.

Luke Cage: Quentin Tarantino Wanted to Make Marvel Film

Before Netflix adapted Luke Cage to television and Marvel conceived a cinematic universe, director Quentin Tarantino had plans for the Hero for Hire. The Academy Award-winner appeared on Amy Schumer's podcast 3 Girls, 1 Keith to talk about his early ambitions as an aspiring filmmaker including wanting to adapt the hero to the big screen. […]

DC & Marvel: What One Can Teach the Other About Television [OPINION]

When it comes to films, Marvel achieved near-perfect synergy. On the television side, it's primarily squandered potential outside of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Most shows never last beyond three seasons. The sabotage is nothing short of disgraceful considering what DC achieved on their end culminating in Crisis on Infinite Earths. There's TV side of the Marvel […]

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"Seis Manos": Viz Media Unveils First Netflix Anime Series at SDCC 2019

Viz Media previewed their new Netflix Latino kung fu anime action series Seis Manos at this year's Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC). The series features three orphaned martial arts warriors who join forces with a DEA agent and a Mexican Federale to avenge the murder of their mentor on the streets of their tiny border […]

Hey, Kid! Wanna Be the Real "Daredevil?" Here's Your Chance!

All those Marvel shows that ran on Netflix might be over, but a lot of the costumes and props are still around, and you just might be able to pick some of that swag up for yourself. Hell, you could even bid on an authentic Daredevil costume, worn by Charlie Cox (or his stunt double) […]

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"Marvel's Jessica Jones": Never Mind – Krysten Ritter WOULD Return to Role

The third and final season of Netflix's Marvel's Jessica Jones – debuting earier this month –  marks the end of the streaming service's live-action relationship with Marvel Studios. In February 2019, Netflix officially cancelled Marvel's The Punisher after two seasons and Marvel's Jessica Jones after three – the last of the streaming service's series that also included […]



"Marvel's Jessica Jones" Season 3: Carrie-Anne Moss on Jeri Hogarth's Adversity

Netflix's Marvel TV universe was never short on legal representation, with three major characters as lawyers. That said, Carrie-Anne Moss is in a league of her own playing the cold, ruthless, and stoic Jeri Hogarth in all three seasons of Marvel's Jessica Jones. During a conversation with Comicbook.com regarding the upcoming final season, Moss discussed […]

‘Jessica Jones’ Creator Melissa Rosenberg Has No Plans for Superhero Projects Under Warner Bros Deal

'Marvel's Jessica Jones' Creator Melissa Rosenberg is Done With Superheroes – For Now

Sorry, DC Universe fans: don't look for Marvel's Jessica Jones creator/showrunner Melissa Rosenberg to be jumping into any superhero-related televison shows or films – at least for now – when she starts her new deal with Warner Bros. With the now-cancelled Netflix series premiering its third and final season on Friday, June 14, Rosenberg spoke […]



'Evil': The War Between Science & Religion Rolls On in CBS First-Look Trailer

One of the shows that caught our attention this week during CBS's 2019 May Upfronts was Evil, from The Good Fight's Michelle King and Robert King and starring Katja Herbers (Westworld) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage). While we're perfectly fine with calling it "The X-Files-meets-The Exorcist" because we consider that a high compliment, there's something about the first-look trailer and original […]

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'Evil': CBS Psychological Mystery Offers Viewers a Sneak Preview [VIDEO]

One of the shows that slapped our interest upside its head is Evil, from The Good Fight's Michelle King and Robert King and starring Katja Herbers (Westworld) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage). While it might be easy to read the premise and want to dismiss it as simply "The X-Files-meets-The Exorcist," there's something about the teaser […]

'Marvel's Jessica Jones' Season 3: Netflix Teases Final Season "Coming Soon"

While fans who are eagerly awaiting the news as to when they'll be able to cast their eyeballs onto the third and final season of Netflix's Marvel's Jessica Jones are still left scratching their heads over an exact date, the streaming service did tease out some new key art to show that they haven't forgotten […]


Hulu Has "Good Creative Relationship" with Marvel, Open to Reviving Cancelled Netflix Series

Like cockroaches, Twinkies, and Tom Cruise, the drama and rumors swirling around the Netflix-Marvel situation will survive the apocalypse or our alien overlords. Helping all of us warm our hands by that uncomfortable geek dumpter fire is Craig Erwich, Hulu's senior vice president of originals. Erwich spoke to The Wrap during the streaming service's TCA session, […]

Batwoman: CW Pilot Adds Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson and Nicole Kang

If there's one thing that the CW has shown us over the seasons with shows like Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow, it's that even the greatest of superheroes needs a little help from their friends sometimes. The network isn't looking to change that philosophy with the pilot for Ruby Rose-starrer Batwoman, with Teen Wolf's Meagan Tandy, […]


Daredevil: Vincent D'Onofrio Willing to Make Offer Netflix Can't Refuse to Save Series

Anyone who knows Marvel lore knows you never count The Kingpin out – and that includes the Netflix version's real-life "alter-ego" Vincent D'Onofrio, who isn't taking the streaming service's cancellation of popular series Marvel's Daredevil lying down – and he's urging the fans to do the same. While clearly the primary antagonist in the show's […]

Marvel Unlimited Fills Gaps in Excalibur, Power Man, Punisher, and Gambit This January

Marvel Comics has revealed the list of classic comics being added to Marvel Unlimited this month. This time around, there's no new series hitting the binge-reading service, with Marvel instead choosing to fill in some gaps. The first gap getting filled is a chunk of Excalibur issues (#35-41) from 1991 including The Promethium Exchange, a […]