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Ruffalo Reveals That Universal Owns Solo Hulk Properties

Ruffalo Reveals That Universal Owns Solo Hulk Properties

Avengers: Age of Ultron star Mark Ruffalo revealed that the rights to the Hulk franchise are still locked at Universal via an interview with Collider. When asked if Hulk would receive the solo treatment in Marvel’s master plan, Ruffalo responded, “As far as a Hulk movie, a standalone Hulk movie, Marvel doesn’t really have the […]

Doctor Who Will Continue For At Least Five More Years

Doctor Who Will Continue For At Least Five More Years

Doctor Who fans can look forward to at least another five seasons of the cult sci-fi series, showrunner Steven Moffat assures. “I thought it would last ten years,” he told “Doctor Who Magazine” (via Radio Times), referring to the 2005 revival. “I didn’t think it would last ten years with BBC Worldwide trying to get […]

Batkid Begins Lands June Theatrical Release

Batkid Begins Lands June Theatrical Release

Batkid Begins, the documentary about 5-year-old leukemia survivor Miles Scott, will debut in theaters nationwide on June 26. New Line Cinema bought the worldwide distribution rights and narrative remake rights to Dana Nachman’s crowdfunded documentary just last month. Julia Roberts is set to produce and star in a feature based on the story. Originally titled […]

Jimmy Jean-Louis to Return as the Haitian for Heroes Reborn

Jimmy Jean-Louis to Return as the Haitian for Heroes Reborn

Deadline reports that Jimmy Jean-Louis, who played the Haitian in the original “Heroes” series, will reprise his role for “Heroes Reborn,” NBC’s revival of the show. Jean-Louis joins Jack Coleman and Masi Oka, who will likewise return to their roles as Noah Bennett and Hiro Nakamura, respectively. As the Hatian, Jean-Louis appeared in all four […]

Gremlins Remake Draws in Goosebumps Writer

Gremlins Remake Draws in Goosebumps Writer

Warner Bros.’ planned “Gremlins” remake has sprung back to life, with “Disturbia” and “Goosebumps’ writer Carl Ellsworth tackling the script. Deadline reports that Chris Columbus, who penned the 1984 original, is on board to produce alongside Steven Spielberg. Directed by Joe Dante, “Gremlins” was a Christmas-themed horror comedy about a young man who’s given an […]

Sony Snags Robotech for Potential Franchise

Sony Snags Robotech for Potential Franchise

Sony Pictures has picked up the rights to “Robotech,” a popular ’80s anime series, in the hopes of making it into a franchise, Variety reports. The anime follows humanity’s struggle against alien invaders; much like “Pacific Rim,” humanity builds robot technology out of downed enemy ships in order to defend themselves. After making its way […]

Dan DiDio Reveals New Convergence Details

Dan DiDio Reveals New Convergence Details

“Here, we’re not only telling a story that not only touches upon every character and every generation of hero, but brings them all together in one story, one event,” says DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio in the newly released trailer for DC’s soon-to-debut “Convergence” event. “There was a great expression from ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ […]

Six-Part X-Files Revival Now Official at Fox

Six-Part X-Files Revival Now Official at Fox

Following two months of preliminary reports, Fox has announced that a revival of “The X-Files” is now official as a six-part limited series on Fox. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are set to return as series leads Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, along with show creator and executive producer Chris Carter. “I think of it […]

Has Marvel Already Cast Their Captain Marvel Star?

Has Marvel Already Cast Their Captain Marvel Star?

We heard rumors a while back that Captain Marvel would make her big screen debut in Avengers 2 before getting her own solo film in a few years, but then heard this was no longer the case. Now, according to a source who has been right about this kind of stuff before, Marvel has secretly […]

Cullen Bunn and Drew Moss Team for Blood Feud

Cullen Bunn and Drew Moss Team for Blood Feud

Oni Press kept up a full court press in its “March Madness” slate of announcements today. The publisher already made news that it’s instituting open submissions this May, then by announcing the return of fan favorite “Hopeless Savages” and with word yesterday that Christos and Ruth Fletcher Gage’s “Lion of Rora” is on tap for […]

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