Maisie Williams responds to those New Mutant rumors. Joe Russo discusses Scarlet Witch’s evolution in Civil War. Game of Thrones’ producer promises the new season isn’t as dark. Plus, Simon Pegg on Star Trek Beyond, Greg Berlanti addresses Flash criticisms, and Neil Gaiman teases American Gods. Spoilers Get!
Fox denies those recent New Mutants rumors. Peter Capaldi drops hints about the new Doctor Who companion. Game of Thrones will return to a tragically familiar locale. Plus, new teasers for Warcraft and Preacher, and a Sabrina the Teenage Witch reboot could be on the cards. To me, my Spoilers!
There’s some very big news potentially coming out of the X-Men movie universe. Hot on the heels of this summer’s X-Men: Apocalypse, Hitfix is reporting that two actresses are about to be cast in New Mutants, which is being directed by Josh Boone: Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and The Witch star Anya Taylor-Joy.
James Gunn might not come back for a third Guardians movie. Simon Kinberg offers an update on the New Mutants film. Carice Van Houten discusses Melisandre’s crisis of faith on Game of Thrones. Plus, Andrew Lincoln hypes up Negan’s Walking Dead debut, and new pictures from Flash, Supergirl, and Gotham. Spoilers Get!
The X-Men cinematic universe is about to get a little bigger: Fox has announced a new spin-off movie set in the universe based on the teen mutant comic series The New Mutants, and The Fault In Our Stars director Josh Boone will head the project.
This weekend, Wolverine slashes his way into movie theaters. But he's not the only X-Men character who deserves a separate movie. In fact, at Comic Con, Bryan Singer suggested the X-Men universe could spawn as many movie franchises as the rest of the Marvel universe. Here are 11 X-Men spin-offs that would make awesome…
We've seen the core X-Men team receive new styles as of late (1, 2). Now their erstwhile farm team, the New Mutants, are boasting similarly sleek makeovers, courtesy of concept artist Daniel Govar and superhero costume design site Project Rooftop. Check out his takes on Warlock, Sunspot, and your other favorite mutant…
Heroes' Hiro Nakamura isn't the only character to find that their superpowers may ultimately be responsible for their death. Here are five more fictional characters for whom the superhero dream comes at a potentially fatal price.
Think that dead superheroes being resurrected as murderous zombies is limited only to DC's Blackest Night? Think again; Marvel's X-Men franchise is also preparing to be invaded by the undead in time for Hallowe'en.
Never mind Captain America maybe coming back from the dead (Okay, do mind - it's worth the read) - there's plenty of other things to check out in the new comics hitting stores tomorrow, including intergalactic chefs and undercover superspies.