Marvel Studios is developing limited series for various characters such as Loki for Disney's streaming service, with Kevin Feige said to be heavily involved.
The sixth episode of Iron Fist Season 2 contains a subtle but clear reference to the Fantastic Four.
A new study shows that low-income individuals are shying away from Netflix following last year's price increase.
CEO Bob Iger has issued details on Disney's streaming service and says it will be the company's top priority in 2019.
First Netflix first got rid of the five-star rating system and then alerted fans last month that user reviews were next.
TNT and TBS have rights to broadcast and stream the Star Wars movies until 2024, but Disney wants to end that.
The Deadwood movie is set to begin filming this fall after being officially greenlit at HBO.
Disney is having a lot of fun promoting the season finale of their DuckTales reboot with Don Cheadle.
Netflix has announced three new original movies and two original series all based on the stories of Mark Millar.
Rugrats is the second Nicktoon to be developed after Doug and it was a massive success, spawning TV specials and feature-length movies.
Alan Taylor, who won an Emmy for directing The Sopranos, will direct the prequel from creator David Chase.
Steven S. DeKnight is up for doing a Moon Knight series for Netflix, but will he show up on the big screen first?
Ryan Reynolds crashes Stephen Colbert's Late Show monologue as Deadpool... but Colbert handles him.
SyFy has officially announced the premiere date for Sharknado 6, which will end the franchise.
Mike Myers is back as Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil as The Tonight Show pokes fun at the Trump White House.
Avengers: Infinity War director Joe Russo explains why none of the Netflix Marvel heroes will show up in the Avengers sequel.
Fathom Events has announced an epic double feature for the Walking Dead Season 8 Finale and Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 premiere.
The Sopranos creator David Chase is working on a prequel movie for New Line titled The Many Saints of Newark.
Jon Favreau has officially been announced as the writer and producer of Disney and Lucasfilm's first-ever live-action Star Wars TV Show.