• No more Marvel TV shows for Netflix
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    Ben Arnold

    No more Marvel TV shows for Netflix

    The era of TV shows on Netflix based on Marvel characters is over, following news that Disney is ramping up its plans for its own streaming service.

  • David Tennant’s Villainous Kilgrave to Return to Jessica Jones Season 2
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    The Wrap

    David Tennant’s Villainous Kilgrave to Return to Jessica Jones Season 2

    Fans of “Jessica Jones” will see another familiar face when the show returns for Season 2. Netflix confirmed Monday that David Tennant, who played the menacing Kilgrave, is set to make an appearance. Netflix confirmed that the actor, who recently lent his voice to the “DuckTales” reboot and is best known for playing heroes on screen rather than villains, will be returning in some form to the show in its second season.

  • Rosario Dawson Wants to Change the Face of Geekdom
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    Noël Duan

    Rosario Dawson Wants to Change the Face of Geekdom

    Rosario Dawson is a Comic Con regular who demands more from the comic book and video game industry. Most recently, she told MTV News that Hollywood shouldn’t just be focused on the gender wage gap. At an AirBnB Havana-themed party in New York City on Tuesday, Dawson told Yahoo Beauty that MTV had not published another wage gap issue she had brought up in her interview: “I also talked about the transgender wage gap, but they cut that out.” She shrugged.

  • Meet Patsy Walker (aka Hellcat): Marvel's Newest Female-Led Comic Book and 'Jessica Jones' Sidekick
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    Marcus Errico

    Meet Patsy Walker (aka Hellcat): Marvel's Newest Female-Led Comic Book and 'Jessica Jones' Sidekick

    Later this year, Netflix will premiere its next Marvel series, Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as a failed New York-based superhero who reinvents herself as a private detective. Patsy is poised for a breakout beyond Jessica Jones. Marvel, which has been dramatically expanding and diversifying its comics roster over the past two years, continues apace with the launch of the female-led Patsy Walker, aka Hellcat!, written by Kate Leth and illustrated by Brittney Williams.