Enemies to the North. Enemies to the South. Enemies to the East. Enemies to the West. The Great War is here.
In The Defenders, Danny must show he is worthy of the Hero for Hire title. But can he grow up enough to be the warrior they need?
Luke Cage and Jessica Jones are explosive together or apart. How will this affect the dynamics of The Defenders?
Long before Jen went on his crystal shard quest, Gelflings knew the Skeksis had to be stopped.
The Gifted will explore what it means to have a burden and a gift.
The Defenders are on the same side, but do they know that?
In a perfect galaxy, Carrie Fisher could be Leia in every Star Wars movie. Alas, it’s an imperfect galaxy, and we’ll hate watching her leave too.
You can’t be dad Vader! Mark Hamill proves there’s no better way to tout an awesome charity than to crash some promo videos for the contest.
Things are not looking good.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends. The WGA heads back to the table after voting to give their union the authorization to strike.
Will we see the Heroes for Hire sign in the window? Luke Cage continues the tradition of always forward with a second season that could air mid-March 2018.
Jude Law gets to show us the younger side of Albus Dumbledore before he was the Headmaster at Hogwarts.
A great example of why having friends from work is a bad idea, Thor.
Thanks to Todd Fisher, the Force is still strong in Leia and Carrie Fisher lives on in our holographic hearts.
Will Simba put a ring on it if Beyoncé voices Nala?
For Spider-Man, homework can wait. The city can’t.
The Defenders hope to save New York, but first they need to save themselves.
Dafne Keen as X-23 could slice path for more female-fronted comic book movies.
Anyone can save the galaxy once, but can you save it twice while eating candy out of a flower pot?
Jackman’s Wolverine might be getting old, but the Logan character is still fresh as ever according to Rotten Tomatoes.