• Follow us


Supergirl & Superman Unite Against Krypton's Killers: PREVIEW

The worlds of Supergirl and Superman have collided, now that Kara Zor-El has uncovered the true conspiracy behind the destruction of Krypton. She's out to get justice for the dead... and neither Superman nor DC's newest Superboy are going to stop her.

It's been a surprising year for fans of the Superman Family, with writer Brian Michael Bendis shaking up the known history of Krypton--now killed at the hands of Rogol Zaar, on orders from a cosmic circle of authorities. While Superman broke the news, it's been the Supergirl series from writer Marc Andreyko that has chased down the truth, and started to get some payback. We spoke with Andreyko to get a preview of Supergirl #31, and how the time has finally come for Kara Zor-El to get more than revenge for her people... she wants justice.


RELATED: Yes, Superboy Definitely Named His Daughter After 'Martha'

The final panels of Supergirl #30 saw Kara suddenly yanked through space by the axe of Rogol Zaar (which Kara has been wielding, recently realizing its own dark influence over her, as well). She finally discovered that the axe was, indeed, pulling her towards its master--embroiled in a three-way space battle--and smack into Superman and his son, the newly-teenaged-Superboy Jon Kent, already on the scene. Needless to say, Kara and Clark are both going to have some explaining to do. Take a look at our preview and interview with Andreyko, below:

advertising Supergirl 31 Comic Preview 1

Kara already has some experience with Kryptonian cousins changing overnight, but now we're getting another dose - after baby Clark grew into Superman while she was asleep, Superboy has become an adolescent in weeks. What did you want to get across in writing their reunion? Because they seem to overlap now, almost more than Kara and Clark ever did.

Oh it's a thrill, I think what Brian Bendis did with Jon, it was slightly controversial but I think it's a real smart thing to do by aging his character up. And a lot of these scenes write themselves. You'd have to be blind to not see the... what you just said, about it being the inverse of her relationship with Clark, is her relationship with Jon. And now she gets to be a mentor, senior class buddy sort of equivalent. And it's paying it forward. Every person inspires someone else, you see that happening through this family for generations and how close they are. It's just a joy to write stuff like that, the strength and power of family, the strength of who you love, and who you want to protect. It's transcendent, and universal.


I've been reading Supergirl comics on and off for more than a decade, and that's one part of her character she's never really gotten to embrace. Was that something you wanted to foster, or a direction you wanted to take Kara?

Well the first issue I did, Issue #21, there's a scene between Kara and Clark where she says to him, 'Krypton is theoretical to you, you were a baby.' She doesn't say it but in so many words, he's the grandson of a Holocaust survivor. She's a Holocaust survivor. You know? Imagine everything you knew dead. Your entire life gone. You come to Earth, your baby cousin is now an adult, and the #1 hero on the planet. So unpack all that stuff on an emotional level. Kara's always been, 'Marcia, Marcia, Marcia' to a certain extent. And she's probably smarter than Clark! People forget--you know, doing the research when I took the book over, she's a child prodigy. She's a genius. So it was fun discovering these facets of the character that had been laying a bit fallow over the years and then bringing them into the forefront.

Because some of the problem with the character of Supergirl is also the problem that she has, you know, sort of defining herself. There's an actual logic to why she has to recombine herself. It's because she hasn't processed her survivor's guilt. And it doesn't mean her story is going to be a deep, dark, navel-gazing character study about grief, and that sort of thing. But those small emotions play a lot into her physical journey through space. It's a physical manifestation of the emotional journey she's going through. She's got to learn to forgive herself. Forgiving herself and allowing herself to find joy now is not betraying those memories. If a parent loses custody of a kid and the kid gets adopted, the kid loving his adopted parents doesn't reduce the love for his biological parent. It's like an onion metaphor, but it's a similar emotional thing. So for her, it's allowing her to treat herself with the love, and kindness, and positivity with which she treats other people. allowing herself to realize that she's worthy of this as well. We all struggle with that on a certain level.

advertising Supergirl 31 Comic Preview 2

Well that seems like a uniquely Supergirl problem, right up to the moment where she actually says she's 'just tired of being angry.'

Yeah, it's exhausting being angry. You know, you want to be angry about things that matter. That's why the Internet makes me sort of ultra sad, and laugh. People get upset about... like if you can get upset about the thread count of a character's clothes in Star Wars, you have a great life. I have more immediate concerns that are going to upset me. That's just a spectacular level of specificity, and thing to choose to get mad at. My tagline is if I'm creating drama, I'm getting paid to write it, I'm not doing it for free in my own life.


So you're not going to be signing many petitions online for having your favorite things changed.

No! Not for rewriting TV series. I'll sign petitions about people in government, and laws, and the constitution and things, but... it's just insane. If you described what happens now on social media to people twenty five years ago... it's ridiculous. We've become a Robert Altman satire. But not even a Robert Altman satire--a David Spade satire.

RELATED: Game of Thrones Petition to Remake Season 8 Hits One Million

Speaking personally, if there was a petition that said 'We need to remove Marc Andreyko,' or 'Kevin Maguire's art isn't whatever,' is it impossible to even take that seriously?


Well I understand the passion, it's why these characters endure. I get where the passion comes from, I get that. We think as fans we want characters to be happy all the time. But have you read stories about people who are happy all the time? They're really boring. There's a reason why they say 'happily ever after.' Because once they get to that point the story is kind of, 'Oh, they woke up and had a great day! Then they went to bed early and had a good night's sleep, then woke up and had a great day!' There's a reason the artifice of drama is what we focus on. But like I said, to me it's worth it that my mom knows who Groot is. If you had said that ten years ago, or five, I'd be like, 'That's never going to happen.'

We're in a sort of golden age of our superhero mythology being absorbed globally, by everyone. I think it might be the fastest absorbed genre, maybe, in entertainment. Ever. We were such a niche thing for so long I get the over-protectiveness of fans, and I love the passion. We've just got to focus on why we love these characters, and not what makes the characters our version of them. Because for me, growing up in an era when this was a much smaller scale of entertainment, when you met a fellow fan there was a camaraderie. We should go back to that. We should celebrate the fact that these things are popular, and there are multiple versions of every character. Like I said, my mother knows who Groot is. If you told me that ten years ago I would've said, 'I'm going to be the President of the United States before that happens.'

advertising Supergirl 31 Comic Preview 3

Supergirl in the modern age has struggled with rage and anger, and still does. Like you said, she has a lot to be angry about--

Yeah, but the thing is finding the depths of the character. Whenever I take over a character I try to read as much if not all of their appearances beforehand and find out what, in all the years of this character's existence, what is the through line? What's something that different people touch on? And what's something that's been touched on that hasn't been brought back? I've never been a 'everything you knew is wrong' sort of writer, I think that's sort of short-sighted. Especially when they're characters that are owned by the world, at this level. You try to find what works and what doesn't, and if there's a bit of continuity or weird storyline that doesn't work... we've done enough stories explaining stories, let's just set them aside, you know?

I've been guilty of this in my younger days, the ownership that fandom takes over these characters, but for me it's a matter of building on the mythology and not taking away from it. On explaining continuity, unless it's a specific story where that's the thing, that's the mystery, is the most uninteresting form of storytelling. Kara is such a vibrant character and is so full of potential and positivity, getting her through this deals with her emotional arc in the storyline with Rogol Zaar. And it's an arc of her character's over the past decade or so, trying to process these feelings. She's a superhero, she's a prodigy, but she's also a teenage girl who lost her family. And those things can exist concurrently.


It's also worth pointing out that as rightfully angry as Kara has been, she isn't drawn enraged.

Oh yeah, we've spent since Issue #21 building on the axe [of Rogol Zaar] and how the axe is sort of a mood ring of its own. Going back to that iconography of a dark blade, and once she and the reader uncover that this is feeding on that, and likes that, it makes her realize she has more control over her emotional well-being than she thought. She can take ownership of this. It's showing herself the attention that she shows with every action she does for everyone else. I think we all need to treat ourselves with the love and respect with which we treat our friends and our family. It's not selfish doing self-care. Whether you're a superhero, or someone like a teacher, or a public servant, or someone who gives back, that's not selfish. Because the healthier you are, the more help you're going to be able to give. I don't mean to get all deep here. I'm feeling very Californian at the moment.


No no, I think it does come across in Supergirl #30 and into #31, where she is mad as hell, and runs into Superman who I would normally expect to stop her. But this seems like as just, and as righteous a fight as she's going to get. She has earned what begins in this issue, making the right people pay for what they've done.

Yeah. And justice and revenge are two different things.

Supergirl 31 Comic Preview 4

Its nothing against Rogol Zaar, since he's a really effective villain, but after so many months it has to feel good to just write an issue of Zaar getting his butt handed to him.

Well, yeah. But what's great about a character like him is that can happen, and then it can change on a dime. These sort of elemental force characters who just work on a scale that is... they're all id. And in addition to that, the Superman family are characters that are about life, and fostering love, and empowering people. They will fight bad guys, but they'll also inspire. So to have this guy who is almost the exact photo negative of what they are--and villains don't think they're villains. Except for that great scene in The Simpsons, they don't sit around toasting. There's some of that going around in the world, but Rogol Zaar thinks he is righteous. Unless the villain is a kind of natural occurrence, like the shark in Jaws or something, the antagonist has to have... you have to be able to empathize with him. Empathy and sympathy are two different things. Understanding why someone acts the way they do is not an endorsement of that behavior, but it gives you an insight into them. He's an embodiment of rage, and Kara can see that, and she doesn't want to be that. Being angry, like I said, is exhausting. It's literally physically rough on your body. Frown and you feel your muscles contract, smile and you sit up straight. It's a bumper sticker that's true.


RELATED: Superman Comics Have Made Henry Cavill's Beard Canon

You spoke to fans shifting into feeling possessive and defensive, but readers who have been following Supergirl, and Superman, and Superboy's stories have seen a lot of what they know about Krypton changed. That they weren't the perfect society they were made out to be, but involved in one way or another, with ugly history. You obviously know readers are going to have strong feelings about that, but I'd imagine you would have strong feelings about that long before them. Can you talk a bit about how you kind of approached, or accepted that?

When Brian was coming over to DC and telling me what he was doing with Superman, and the Krypton thing, I was like, 'It's sort of genius in the way that it fundamentally adds new color to Superman's history and the DC Universe--but it doesn't change any story that has happened already.' The event is the destruction of Krypton. The how is sort of irrelevant for how it's affected this universe. But knowing that it wasn't an accident, and trying to find out after the fact, this is trying to solve a multiple-decades-old cold case. There are how many Kryptonians actually left alive? It's a tough history. I think what Brian did was a way to enhance the storyline, and bring a freshness to it without, once again, saying 'everything you knew is wrong.' It's uncovering layers that exist, not creating new stuff.

That does feel like an industry-wide shift. That used to be the way to guarantee new eyes on your reboot, but now it goes without saying that new creators are going to stay reverent to what came before. For you, is that at all motivated by nostalgia... but in a healthy way?

Yeah, and it's looking at it as both a creator and a fan when you're doing this. What about these characters resonated with me as a reader? Sometimes if it's a character that I didn't have a deep knowledge of, or a deep love of, it's finding out what about these characters that I'm getting to play with, what traits of their story fascinate me? And feel like they haven't been explored, or explored to their fullest. And, once again, standing on the shoulders of all the people before. These characters are a part of us.

I said to Brian when I started doing Supergirl and he was doing Superman, 'You know, the last time two guys from Cleveland were writing the Superman books, it was 1938. How crazy is that?' Brian and I used to be nobodies at Comic-Cons. And we were talking about the Leviathan Special that just came out, which is so crazy cool, and Brian was like, 'Isn't this is crazy?' If we had told eachother that this is where we both were going to be, and so many friends of ours who entered the industry at the same time... it's crazy!

Does it make you think differently about the kinds of stories and writers you revered, to be on the other side of it now?

It's funny because I just saw the movie Rocketman, which is really a fantastic film. And there's a scene where Bernie Taupin and Elton John are in his parents' house, and they're in their pj's and their underwear and they're writing... I was watching it and getting emotional thinking, 'These are just two guys, two teenagers, two young men, who met through an ad to write songs together. And in their underwear, sleeping in late, not having jobs, annoying his mom, they created the songbook of the 20th century.' So it's crazy to me that Kevin Maguire is now my friend. Kevin Maguire I've been a fan of since I was twelve or thirteen years old. To get to work with these people, sometimes I have to put aside the six year-old me going, 'Holy crap, you're so lucky!' And be able to work with these people. Because I respect them. It's just a win-win. It's the equivalent of Robert De Niro showing up to your stupid film and saying, 'Where do you need me?' Well you actually don't need me, so you do whatever you want.

Supergirl 31 Preview Cover

Kara's pursuit of justice for Krypton isn't going to end here, with future issues promising an intergalactic war. So what can you tell us about where the story is going to be headed next?

As Supergirl #30 and Superman #11 both ended in the same place, Supergirl #31 and Superman #12 which are both out this week, are going to be crossing over and showing different sides of this battle, different points of view, and revealing some stuff that we didn't know yet. And expanding on some stuff, and raising even more questions. And get to have the coolest family in superhero families do some really cool stuff drawn by artists like Jeff Maguire, and Eduardo Pansica, and Ivan Reis. So it's exciting. And once again, for me to be working on a crossover with one of my oldest, dearest friends who I respect immensely as a talent, on the Superman books with our connection to Cleveland, and just the fact that it's Superman, Supergirl, and the Superdog, I have zero to complain about.

The fans' dollars are limited, and you can't ask people to follow your word if you wouldn't pay the four dollars an issue yourself. I've been very fortunate with great collaborators and I think we're telling some really fun stories that are going to put Supergirl on a level where she deserves to be. I hope people enjoy it, and if nothing else, buy the books for the art. Even if you don't like my writing, just look at these books. theyr'e worth that just for the level of artistry I've been blessed with on this run. It's just been insane.

I also have to thank you, for now making me picture you and Brian Bendis in your pajamas and underwear plotting out these Superman and Supergirl storylines together--

That was not the point of that story my friend! I rescind my permission to--

Oh I'm sorry Marc you seem to be cutting out there, I think we're going to--

Supergirl #31 will be available from your local comic book store on June 12th, or direct from DC Comics. Be sure to check out the full synopsis and issue details below, and read our interview with Brian Michael Bendis ahead of "Event Leviathan":

SUPERGIRL #31Published: June 12th, 2019Writer: Marc AndreykoArt: Kevin MaguireThe House of El is united in this SUPERMAN/SUPERGIRL crossover! The Superman Family must unite to banish Rogol Zaar once and for all! But little do Supergirl, Superman, Superboy and Jor-El know, Rogol Zaar has brought some friends of his own…from the Phantom Zone! Supergirl not only has to make sure that Rogol Zaar doesn’t unite with his ax at all costs, but also has to deal with how the 10-year-old Superboy is now her age! This is the start of an intergalactic war you don’t want to miss!

MORE: DC Comics & The USO Bring Batman To Troops Overseas

Tags: superman, supergirl, dc comics

Sega Genesis Mini Sega Wins The Classic Console Wars With The Sega Genesis Mini advertising Read More

Leave A Comment

More News

Rolling Stone Latest Movies

‘Anna’ Review: A Girl, Some Guns and a 2019-06-21 13:54:39Luc Besson returns with another tale of a beautiful, deadly young woman caught in a bind — and one very problematic movie

‘Midsommar’ Gets the Goofy Rom-Com Treatment in Latest 2019-06-21 11:48:57Florence Pugh faces scariest challenge of all: bingo

‘I Don’t Want to Be Your Pinch Hitter’: 2019-06-21 11:05:40The actor steals every show (and film and play) he’s in — now, he says, he’s ready to be a leading man

‘Child’s Play’: Even Aubrey Plaza Can’t Save This 2019-06-21 09:43:41Mark Hamill is the new villainous voice of Chucky, the next-gen killer doll who's handy with a knife

Watch Himesh Patel Cover ‘Yesterday’ on ‘Kimmel’ 2019-06-21 06:25:44The actor performs The Beatles' song in support of his new film

‘Wild Rose’ Star Jessie Buckley’s Grand Ol’ Opportunity 2019-06-20 16:08:55How the Irish actor transformed into a crack country-and-western singer for this musical underdog story — and turned it into a breakout role

Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake Discover the Six Types 2019-06-20 13:53:38Plus the seventh, hip-hop (performed by a baby troll)

Angry Birds Form Unlikely Partnership in ‘Angry Birds 2019-06-20 12:14:35Movie arrives in theaters on 10th anniversary of Angry Birds video game

‘Toy Story 4’: Your Favorite Animated Toy Franchise 2019-06-20 11:19:48The fourth chapter in the Disney/Pixar series is still flying high on visual pow, pinwheeling fun and soulful feeling

‘The Quiet One’ Review: Bill Wyman Doc Goes 2019-06-19 16:02:03Portrait of legendary bassist recounts how ex-Rolling Stone gathered no moss — and gets selective with his legacy

Franco Zeffirelli, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Director, Dead at 2019-06-15 12:01:11Italian filmmaker known for his Shakespeare adaptations, renowned opera productions

The First Time: Chris Redd 2019-06-14 10:58:07Comedian talks bombing on stage, impersonating Kanye West and his new film, Deep Murder


CRIMINAL (2019) TV Show Trailer: David Tennant, Hayley 2019-06-22 17:21:08  Criminal TrailerNetflix‘s Criminal (2019) TV show trailer has been released and stars David Tennant, Hayley Atwell, Jeremie Renier, Natha

REEF BREAK: Season 1, Episode 2: Lost & 2019-06-22 15:41:41  Reef Break Lost & Found and This Season On TrailerABC‘s Reef Break: Season 1, Episode 2: Lost & Found and This Season On TV show

THE BOYS (2019) TV Spot: Karen Fukuhara is 2019-06-22 13:17:40  The Boys The Female TV Spot A new TV show commercial for The Boys (2019) has been released Amazon Prime. The Boys TV spot features the the char

KILLERMAN (2019) Movie Trailer: Liam Hemsworth is a 2019-06-22 10:57:59  Killerman TrailerMalik Bader‘s Killerman (2019) movie trailer has been released by Blue Fox Entertainment and stars Liam Hemsworth, Emory

THE TERROR: Season 2 TV Show Trailer: George 2019-06-21 19:50:13  The Terror Season 2 TrailerAMC‘s The Terror: Season 2 TV show trailer has been released and stars George Takei, Derek Mio, Kiki Sukezane,

STRANGER THINGS: Season 3 TV Show Trailer 2: 2019-06-21 09:41:03  Stranger Things Season 3 Trailer 2 The second and final TV show trailer for the third season of Stranger Things has been released by Netflix. T

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (2019) International Movie Trailer 2019-06-20 07:44:18  Spider-Man: Far From Home International Trailer 2, Clip, and TV SpotsSpider-Man: Far From Home (2019) international movie trailer 2, movie clip

News Brief: AVENGERS: ENDGAME Returns to Theaters, Disney 2019-06-19 18:41:28  News Brief: Avengers: Endgame, Disney’s Soul Releases Next Summer, Yellowstone Renewed for Season 3, and More In brief, new movie news an

Box Office: June 14-16, 2019: MEN IN BLACK 2019-06-16 20:25:11  Box Office June 14-16, 2019Men in Black International premiered in the Number One spot at the box office over the weekend with $28.5 Million in

ANNA (2019) International Movie Trailer 2: Sasha Luss 2019-06-16 19:25:44  Anna International Trailer 2 The second international movie trailer of Anna (2019) has been released by Summit Entertainment. The first movie t

EUPHORIA (2019) TV Show Trailer 3; Episode 1-6 2019-06-16 18:25:26  Euphoria Trailer 3 and Episode 1-6 Plot Synopses, Titles, and Air Dates The third TV show trailer for Euphoria (2019) and the official plot syn

Film Casting: ONE LONG NIGHT, EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT 2019-06-16 08:46:04  One Long Night, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Waldo, and more Film Casting NewsOne Long Night, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,

NYT > Movies

‘The Hunger Games’ Prequel Is in the Works 2019-06-17 10:47:34Suzanne Collins’s dystopian trilogy about children fighting to the death, later adapted as a series of blockbuster movies, is getting a prequel.

‘Shaft’ Made Richard Roundtree a Star. But Store 2019-06-16 23:16:46Returning to the role he originated nearly 50 years ago, the 76-year-old actor considers its disorienting impact on his life.

‘Men in Black: International’ Leads a Parade of 2019-06-16 22:48:02Warner Bros.’s “Shaft” sequel also disappointed this weekend.

In ‘Toy Story 4,’ the Animators Pulling the 2019-06-15 19:16:01Computerized micro-tweaks to facial expressions and movements are as finely coordinated as a central nervous system and shaded with emotion.

Franco Zeffirelli, Italian Director With Taste for Excess, 2019-06-15 17:42:28Mr. Zeffirelli’s opera productions sometimes drew critical ire, but audiences generally loved them. He worked in film, too.

A Dad Defends Dad Jokes 2019-06-14 22:31:18Babies made him do it. They fell for his corny humor, and he stuck with what worked. Then his audience grew up.

Watch Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling Go Head 2019-06-14 18:59:40The director Nisha Ganatra narrates a scene from the comedy.

‘Late Night’ | Anatomy of a Scene 2019-06-14 18:59:38Nisha Ganatra narrates a sequence from her film featuring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling.

Ed Harris to Succeed Jeff Daniels in ‘To 2019-06-14 15:47:25Mr. Harris, featured in “Westworld” on television, is a four-time Oscar nominee.

Sylvia Miles, Actress With a Flair for the 2019-06-14 15:35:49She won Oscar nominations for “Midnight Cowboy” and “Farewell, My Lovely” and gossip-column attention for her indefatigable pa

In ‘Rolling Thunder Revue,’ Scorsese Tries to Capture 2019-06-14 13:05:22The director Martin Scorsese mixes fiction and documentary to match the anarchic spirit of the 1975 concerts themselves.

What to Do in New York This Weekend 2019-06-14 09:21:23There’s something for everyone, from classical music in the park to Alvin Ailey at Lincoln Center and four must-not-miss art shows spotlighting

L.A. Times - Movie News

Jill Soloway will write, direct ‘Red Sonja,’ replacing 2019-06-21 16:35:00The long-delayed “Red Sonja” reboot is forging ahead yet again, now with “Transparent” showrunner Jill Soloway stepping in for

Indie Focus: A new star blooms in 'Wild 2019-06-21 15:00:00Hello! I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. The relatively new film series kno

How the ‘Child’s Play’ remake redesigned Chucky, a 2019-06-21 13:55:00Tasked with re-imagining the pint-sized killer doll Chucky, one of the most iconic villains in the horror canon, “Child’s Play” rebo

Review: Luc Besson’s slick, over-the-top ‘Anna’ is overshadowed 2019-06-21 02:55:00In his over 35-year career, French writer-director-producer Luc Besson has been responsible for blockbuster hits like “The Fifth Element”

Review: ‘Madam Yankelova’s Fine Literature Club’ gives cannibalism 2019-06-20 20:15:00In the strange and unsatisfying Israeli import “Madam Yankelova's Fine Literature Club” we’re plunked down, context-free, into a se

Review: ‘Mad?’ explores a woman’s psych-ward struggle with 2019-06-20 19:55:00Psych ward-set character study “Mad?” is the formally experimental quasi-sequel to director Saskia Rifkin’s 2017 black-and-white deb

‘Easy A’ screenwriter teases sequel details and how 2019-06-20 18:45:00When “Easy A” debuted in 2010, it spoke frankly about teenagers’ sex lives, captured the zeitgeist pastime of vlogging and solidifie

Review: Golf and prayer team up in bland 2019-06-20 17:20:00Golf drama “Round of Your Life” wears its Christian faith on its sleeve, but its approach is less a screaming street preacher and more the

Review: ‘Into the Mirror’ boasts impressive visual style 2019-06-20 17:10:00Dreamlike and glittering, “Into the Mirror” is drenched in saturated colors and driven by a pulsating score from “Drive” compo

Critic’s Choice: Still thrilling and disturbing, ‘Chinatown’ turns 2019-06-20 16:45:00Can it be 45 years since “Chinatown,” that most thrilling and disturbing of modern noirs, nominated for 11 Academy Awards, debuted? Yes, i

Review: Vera Farmiga elevates the silly, sweet dramedy 2019-06-20 16:25:00It's taken nearly three years for "Burn Your Maps" to receive a perfunctory theatrical release since it premiered at the 2016 Toronto International

Review: The controversy-stirring ‘Child's Play’ remake is creepy 2019-06-20 15:50:00Beneath all the nasty jolts and vicious bloodlettings in the new “Child’s Play” is almost enough material to furnish a mildly intere

CinemaBlend Latest Content

Sounds Like Ezra Miller's The Flash Movie Will 2019-06-22 18:36:04Speed has not been in the favor of the development of DC's fastest man alive.

Why Venom Was Such A Massive Hit, According 2019-06-22 16:34:25The Sony release was an unexpected worldwide phenomenon, and the Spider-Man producer let's us in on why.

Watch Keanu Reeves Reject A Speed Joke In 2019-06-22 14:56:16Yay, more behind-the-scenes Keanu!

Watch Michael Keaton Pull A Tom Holland By 2019-06-22 14:44:28Michael Keaton: The Tom Holland of 30 years ago today.

Toy Story 4 Is Actually Opening Below Estimates, 2019-06-22 14:26:20Opening weekend appears about $20 million under Disney's own projections of $140M - never mind talk of $160M or even $200M.

The Main Differences Between The Original And New 2019-06-22 13:53:31How does the new remake change Chucky's origin story compared to the the 1988 original?

Jon Watts Still Isn't Sure How Tom Holland's 2019-06-22 13:05:18Spoilers: it will eventually come to an end.

Mark Hamill Confirms The 'Peculiar' Way Luke Returns 2019-06-22 12:26:52No one's ever really gone.

J.J. Abrams' Superman: Flyby Storyboards Revealed, Thanks To 2019-06-22 11:49:42Up, up, and away into history!

That Time Men In Black Had Less Will 2019-06-22 10:41:52Showbiz!

Kevin Feige Defends How Avengers: Endgame Handled Marvel's 2019-06-22 10:08:24I can see both sides here, but I think Kevin Feige makes some good points.

Pixar Was Worried About Toy Story 4’s Ending 2019-06-22 09:04:02Tim Allen was very invested in the process and even read the script ahead of time, recently revealing the creative team made him feel all the feels.

Disclaimer and Notice:WorldProNews.com is not responsible of these news or any information published on this website.