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Iron Fist pummels some thugs in first trailer for season two Jessica Jones returned for her second season, we just saw Luke Cage return for his, and now it’s time for the Immortal Iron Fist to come back swinging for his second go. After teaming with the heroes in THE DEFENDERS, Danny Rand (Finn Jones) is back in the second season of IRON FIST, which just dropped its first trailer during Comic-Con with a premiere date of September 7. In the preview, you can see him doing what he does best – punching people – and then... Read More...

Sketch interview with Rob Liefeld in the Deadpool dream suite at Comic Con! At the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego this year, Fox Home Entertainment has rented out the biggest suite and turned it into one that represents the home of both Blind Al and Wade Wilson AKA Deadpool. Filled with little winks and nods to the film, crayon-drawn artwork, a copy of GREEN LANTERN and (assuming) a cure for blindness somewhere under the floorboards, it seemed like the perfect setting to talk to Deadpool's creator, Rob Liefeld, who is always an energetic and geeky presence. We... Read More...

‘King Kong’ Broadway Video Teaser Shows the Beast Being Constructed for the Stage The last time we saw King Kong careening around New York City was in the virtual world of the OASIS in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One. Before that, it was at the end of Peter Jackson’s 2005 film adaptation (which, by the way, is better than you remember). But now the giant ape is heading from Skull Island to the Big Apple once again – this time in a Broadway musical.

Chadwick Boseman is Headed for Action Movie Stardom Beyond ‘Black Panther’ The actor will leave the superhero mold for a moment, traversing into cop-thriller territory in ’17 Bridges.’ Once a talented actor joins the Marvel or DC movies, it can prove difficult for them to be thought of as anything but the character they portray in that cinematic universe. In the case of Chadwick Boseman, there’s no doubt he has made a lasting impression as the Wakandan king T’Challa, aka Black Panther, for Marvel. But now the actor will attempt to continue to leave his mark in non-MCU efforts.

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