As fans debate what superheroine should get a solo movie from Marvel Studios, it would appear that Sony is looking to beat the Disney superhero factory to the punch using a Marvel character.
According to a Deadline report, Sony Pictures is planning to release a movie in its Spider-Man franchise led by a woman, though it's not clear which character will be front-and center. The movie would see release in 2017.
Hey, remember that time Wolverine, the Hulk and Ghost Rider became permanent members of the Fantastic Four? Or when Superboy, the Eradicator, Cyborg Superman and Steel replaced the forever-dead Clark Kent? Or how Jean-Paul Valley remains Batman to this day? How about Ben Reilly and how relevant he remains?
Oh, you don't remember any of that? All that stuff got reversed within a few months? Well, let me recover my monocle out of my piping-hot tea, because that's apparently flabbergasting. If some fo
Wondering what to expect from the sequel to this summer's TheAmazing Spider-Man movie? Hidden in a news report about one of the actors expected to join the cast for the new movie were some surprising plot revelations that suggest that the movies will follow a particularly tragic thread of Peter Parker's comic book life. Spoilers ahead.In a report at the Hollywood Reporter about Shailene Woodley being rumored to be attached to a movie version of the Young Adu
Longtime readers of ComicsAlliance's weekly pin-up feature Best Art Ever are no doubt familiar with the uniformly excellent work of Steve Rude. The co-creator of '80s indie sensation Nexus and the illustrator of Superm
Perhaps the most controversial superhero storyline in the past ten years, Spider-Man's "One More Day" polarized fans with Mephisto-powered reality warpage intended to unclutter the Webslinger's current continuity in one mysterious, marriage-stopping, Aunt May-saving swoop
If you're done picking your jaw up off the ground from the deluge of news from the inaugural Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo - better known as the simply titled C2E2 - then it's time to get back to that place where staring at pictures of action figures is enough coolness to get you through the afternoon.
The new "Models, Inc." series is not a relaunch of the really bad '90s Fox drama, but a comic about famous models from Marvel Comics history -- and a murder mystery! Someone gets offed during fashion week
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