Marvel dropped the trailer of Spider-Man : No Way Home, a day after fighting the allegedly online leak.
Karan Johar begins filming with Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh; Marvel's Shang Chi to release in Indian theatres: Film & TV updates
Other updates include Netflix's Never Have I Ever being renewed for season 3 and Disney+Hotstar Multiplex to premiere Telugu film Maestro
Marvel's What If…? on Disney+ Hotstar: All you need to know about the new series' plot and characters
Signature MCU characters like Peggy Carter, T’Challa, Doctor Strange, Killmonger, Thor, and more return in What If, directed by Bryan Andrews with AC Bradley as head writer.
The Suicide Squad movie review: James Gunn directorial is a competently mounted piece of popcorn entertainment
Coasting on the strength of its visuals and the irreverence of its key characters, it launches a flat-out sensory assault from the word go.
James Gunn on directing The Suicide Squad, returning to Guardians of the Galaxy, and balancing DC and Marvel
James Gunn discusses his firing and rehiring by Marvel, the making of The Suicide Squad for DC, and his perspective on the two superhero franchises.
Aditya Roy Kapur to star in Hindi remake of Thadam; Netflix to stream Comedy Premium League from 20 Aug: A round-up of film and TV announcements
Other announcements include the new trailer of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and the debut of Nithin Lukrose's Malayalam feature Paka at Toronto International Film Festival 2021.
Black Panther 2 adds Michaela Coel, Vidyut Jammwal's Khuda Haafiz 2 begins shoot: A round-up of film and TV announcements
Other announcements include The Kapil Sharma Show's team getting vaccinated and America Ferrera boarding the cast of Apple's series WeCrashed.
Marvel will not be able to sustain the full heft of the master narrative, that is unless it fully embraces chaos, and lets the MCU fracture into separate multiverses without such a restrictive overarching timeline.
There are many upcoming TV shows part of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe slated to hit Disney+ this year and in 2022.
Shershaah's Amazon Prime Video release, Black Widow on Disney+ Hotstar: A round-up of film and TV announcements
Other updates include Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's animated series for Netflix and Taapsee Pannu's thriller Blur via her production banner Outsider Films.
At its heart, Loki is about destiny and free will, or more specifically, how those two concepts collide violently into one another. And the results are extremely satisfying.
The final chapter of Loki's solo adventure will premiere on Disney+ Hotstar Premium and Disney+ Hotstar VIP today.
From pandemic shutdown making way for newcomers, to streaming giants taking over traditional networks, here are five things to look out for as the nominations are unveiled.
"Dylan is — and I can say this in equal parts for my feeling about her as a person and as an actress — as uncontrived as it gets," says Sean Penn.
Scarlett Johansson on Black Widow's intent, and why she didn't want Marvel film to be an espionage drama
Black Widow kicks off “Phase Four” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after an unplanned two-year gap in Marvel theatrical releases following Avengers: Endgame
Loki mid-season trailer starts with highlights from the first three episodes and then shows glimpses of what can be expected from the remaining instalments.
Chris Pratt on starring in dystopian film The Tomorrow War: 'Felt inclined to do something original'
"We want to make a big splash and we want people to think that this is the coolest movie they’ve seen in years," says Chris Pratt about The Tomorrow War, which debuts on Amazon Prime Video on Friday.
Amidst conversations on comic books and their representation of the LGBTQIA+ community, a look at some queer characters from comic-verses that have captured popular imagination through the years.
The Tomorrow War director Chris McKay, actor Betty Gilpin on working with Chris Pratt, film's 'explosive' premise
"He's a movie star but he can do so many different things and be so incredibly vulnerable," says director Chris McKay, who directed Chris Pratt in The Tomorrow War.
Scarlett Johansson says Black Widow has moved away from hyper-sexualised depiction after Iron Man 2 in 2010
"You look back at Iron Man 2 and while it was really fun and had a lot of great moments in it, the character is so sexualised," Scarlett Johansson reminisces on the development of Black Widow's character ever since her introduction in the MCU.