Mark Hamill Thanks The Mandalorian Finale Director for His Role in Revisiting Luke as 'A Symbol of Hope'
It was a mutual admiration society on Twitter as Peyton Reed, who directed The Mandalorian‘s Season 2 finale, and Star Wars icon Mark Hamill reflected fondly on their collaboration which got the pop culture watercooler a-bubbling READ MORE
TVLine Items: Young Rock Teaser Trailer, The Chi Promotion and More
It’s time to see what The Rock’s been cooking.
WandaVision's Elizabeth Olsen on Why We Shouldn't Fear Wanda's [Spoiler]
The following post contains spoilers for Episode 2 of WandaVision. If you have yet to watch, avert your eyes!
Ethan Hawke Joins Moon Knight Series at Disney+ in Villainous Role — Report
Ethan Hawke is taking a Big Bad turn. The Academy Award-nominated actor will star opposite Oscar Isaac (Show Me a Hero) in Disney+’s forthcoming Moon Knight series, based on the Marvel comics READ MORE
WandaVision's Vintage Commercials Add 'Another Level' of Mystery to Series, Says Marvel's Kevin Feige
WandaVision is (thus far!) a whimsical deviation from Marvel’s big-screen spectacles. In its first two episodes, now streaming on Disney+, the series perfectly emulates ‘50s and ‘60s sitcoms like I Love Lucy and Bewitched. READ MORE
WandaVision Recap: Marvel Phase 4 Gets a Retro Kickoff With Disney+ Series Premiere — Grade It!
Marvel Studios has made its way to the small screen, and it’s brought to you in glorious WandaVision.
Disney+ on Friday dropped the first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ inaugural TV series READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
Female-Led Doogie Howser Reboot: Peyton Elizabeth Lee Lands Title Role
WandaVision Review: Marvel Studios' First TV Series Is an Ambitious, Refreshing Break From the MCU Norm
In the 13 years since Iron Man first hit theaters, Marvel Studios has established quite well its ability to nail a big-budget popcorn movie. The proof, outside of gargantuan box office numbers, is right there in READ MORE
Insecure’s Yvonne Orji Is Developing an Autobiographical Series at Disney+
With Insecure poised to end after five seasons, star Yvonne Orji is already working on her next project. The actress, who plays Molly in the HBO series from Issa Rae, is developing a half-hour comedy for Disney+. READ MORE