Original anthology docuseries explores Marvel’s history and the intersection of storytelling, pop culture and fandom within the Marvel Universe.
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New joint venture will assume perpetual, worldwide rights to over 100 original, previously unexploited, Stan Lee post-Marvel properties.
Creative force behind DreamWorks Animation’s hit ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ film trilogy takes on the live-action action figure-inspired film project previously under development with J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot.
Second season debut of Emmy-nominated series, based on Disney’s 2014 Oscar-winning animated feature, set for May 6.
Sony Pictures Animation’s new Marvel superhero adventure takes top award from both groups; Hayao Miyazaki honored with Career Achievement Award.
Reluctant mentor Peter Parker and his bumbling protégé barely escape with their lives in latest look at Sony’s upcoming animated comic-adventure.
Prolific writer, editor and publisher co-created many of the industry’s most iconic characters, including Spider-Man, Iron-Man, the Hulk and Black Panther.
John Mulaney’s hilarious Peter Porker is one of six Spideys sharing screen time in latest preview of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller animated feature being released by Sony December 14.
Panel will promote studio’s highly anticipated animated take on an alternate universe separate from the MCU that swings into theatres December 14.
‘Spider-Woman’ co-creator spent decades in the shadows before finally gaining recognition for her outstanding achievements.
Legendary comic book artist, along with Stan Lee, created two of Marvel’s most enduring and popular characters.
Production VFX Supervisor Geoff Baumann assembled and managed the movie’s heavy-hitter vendor lineup to complete more than 2,000 visual effects shots for Marvel’s most recent hit.
Premiere will air simultaneously on Disney XD and Disney Channel, with the series following in early 2018.
Porter named head of development; Wells becomes in-house producer for studio behind Emmy-nominated series ‘Robot Chicken’ and Crackle’s ‘SuperMansion.’