Doctor Who has been on and off the air for nearly 54 years, and part of the key to the show’s longevity is that the baton of its lead character can be passed from actor to actor, from the First Doctor, William Hartnell, all the way to the upcoming 13th Doctor, Jodie Whittaker. But Doctor Who goes far beyond…
Marvel has found the cast of its New Warriors TV show—which also means that the studio has found its Squirrel Girl, who will be joining the team in their move to live-action comedy on Freeform. Ladies and Gentlemen, say hello to Milana Vayntrub, the face of Doreen Green herself.
Now that he’s been in Doctor Strange and Rogue One, it’s not like Mads Mikkelsen doesn’t have experience or interest in starring in some big ticket, CG-laden science fiction. But apparently even just auditioning for a role in the recent Fantastic Four reboot was too much for the actor.
After months of speculation about the X-Force mercenary’s role in Deadpool 2, we’ve got confirmation of just who will end up bringing Neena Thurman to life in the movie: Atlanta’s Zazie Beetz. And, being Deadpool related, we learned about it in the weirdest way.
The U.S.S. Discovery has welcomed aboard its captain. CBS has just confirmed that Jason Isaacs will join its next Star Trek series—but don’t forget, for the first time ever in the franchise, the captain will not be the main star.
After spending the week slowly eking out casting news for its Inhumans TV show, Marvel has finally announced the rest of the cast for the new ABC series. But it also buried the lede a bit, because right under that new cast list was the reveal that beloved Inhuman pooch Lockjaw will be in the series.
The cast for the young Han Solo movie is growing a little bigger. At some point, Alden Ehrenreich’s Han is going to have to find some more space in the Millennium Falcon to cram all these people into.
Gotham’s made a lot of... let’s say interesting choices over its three seasons. Some of then have been amazing to watch unfold, some, less so. Its latest choice however means we’re getting Deep Space Nine and Game of Thrones’ Alexander Siddig on the show, as one of the most infamous Batman villains, and that’s…
The original X-Men trilogy helped kickstart the modern superhero movie boom—and it gave us iconic takes on characters like Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine and Patrick Stewart’s Professor X. What that casting might have been though, according to the people behind it, paints a totally bizarre alternate picture.
In August last year, Marvel announced it would be bringing Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona’s beloved teen comic series Runaways to Hulu. Now we know just which Runaways are heading to live action, and just who’s playing them.
Although news of Yeoh’s casting first broke last week, CBS has now confirmed that she is among the first actors to join the next Star Trek TV show.
The world of the Punisher TV show is slowly being fleshed out, with a slew of new casting announcements hitting the web. There are a few familiar names from the comics among them, but Frank Castle fans might notice that there’ have been a few twists in their transition to Netflix.
Rogue One is looking a little bit like an Erso family affair at this point. Thanks to Mads Mikkelsen a few months ago, we learned that lead character Jyn Erso’s dad would be showing up in the movie—and now we have confirmation that another relative of Jyn’s will join them.
John Boyega might now have his drift-compatible partner: Pacific Rim 2 has officially cast Cailee Spaeny as its female lead.
The character’s surprising arrival in the DCEU was only recently revealed, but now we know who’ll be playing the man behind Slade Wilson’s mask: True Blood’s Joe Mangienello.
British acting icon Jim Broadbent is joining the cast of Game of Thrones in season seven. Which means, inevitably, that Game of Thrones probably has plans to do something grim and gruesome to poor Jim Broadbent, because that’s what it does best.
With the arrival of Superman in the lineup for Supergirl season two, it’s not too surprising that the show’s sophomore season will also include a few more classic Superman villains—and now we have confirmation one of the Man of Steel’s oldest foes is heading to the small screen.
Wil Traval is moving from one comic book show to another—and from Marvel to DC. He’ll be guest-starring in the next season of Arrow as Christopher Chance, a comic book hero who’s already come to live-action not once, but twice.
Spider-Man has many iconic enemies—one of them, the Vulture, will menace the new cinematic Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The Tinkerer is not on that list of iconic enemies and yet, here we are: he too will menace Spidey on the big screen.
Comedian Dane Cook has joined Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods. He’ll play Robbie Burton, the non-divine best friend of protagonist Shadow Moon, who takes care of Shadow’s wife and job while he’s in prison. I think you can see where this is going.