Articles about Marvel
As master archer Hawkeye becomes the latest Avenger to star in their own Disney+ television series, DQ speaks to director Rhys Thomas about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Director Tom Shankland discusses his craft, looking at shows including The Missing, House of Cards and Marvel series Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Punisher.
Amazon and Warner Bros are the latest Western companies to target Korean drama following similar moves by Netflix and NBC.
When Walt Disney acquired Marvel Entertainment in 2009, there were a few raised eyebrows over the US$4bn purchase price. But, six years on, most analysts agree the deal was a steal.
Comic-Con never fails to deliver when it comes to sneak peaks of new show, this year whetting fans’ appetites by teasing clips of shows ranging from the TV version of The Exorcist to long-awaited Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods.
Starz series Power has just posted record-breaking ratings – and has been rewarded with a two-season renewal. Elsewhere, buzz is building around the new Star Trek TV series and forthcoming murder drama Loch Ness is already selling well.
As BBC1 prepares to air Dickensian, which brings together multiple characters from across Charles Dickens’ works, DQ highlights some of the other shows to have taken the shared-universe approach.
HBO picks up the rights to Israeli thriller Neveilot, Netflix increases its interest in Indian content and there is talk of a Tremors TV series.
AS US network CBS prepares to launch Supergirl, the much-anticipated series starring Glee’s Melissa Benoist, DQ takes a look at the current boom in superhero shows and assesses the prospects of a drama that boasts genuine girl power.
As the dust settles on another Comic-Con, Michael Pickard rounds up all the news and casts his eye over the hottest trailers that were unveiled to thousands of fans in San Diego.
Andy Fry casts his eye over the content being put under the spotlight at next week’s Comic-Con International in San Diego – an event the major TV studios are treating with ever-increasing importance.
Having grown up as a fan of the comic, Daredevil showrunner Steven DeKnight describes his role as a ‘dream come true.’ He tells DQ of his vision for the show and explains how he’s handling the pressure of leading Marvel’s Netflix charge.