“Change is coming.”
Your first look at the 2015 reimagining of Marvel’s longest running superhero team.
Was a good trailer good enough or did the movie’s first look need to be fantastic?
Jim, Scott and Joshua on the widespread fan anxiety over the comic book movie reboot.
Krampus, clowns, Keanu, cooties and more clowns head up our list of scary movies hitting screens in the next 12 months.
Are Wookiees well-equipped to run marathons? Why doesn’t Lucas know the names of stuff? And we discuss the new comics on this week’s show.
The Goldman investment strategist and Barron’s Roundtable member thinks the U.S. economy will continue to grow strongly in 2015, and bring stocks along for the ride.
A majority of CEOs have reasons to be optimistic in 2015. PwC’s Tim Ryan joins Sara Murray with a look at the 2015 CEO survey. Photo: Getty.
Whether you’re psyched for the film or dreading it, everyone’s been waiting to see something — anything — from Fox’s upcoming reboot of Fantastic Four, especially since the movie is scheduled to hit theaters August 7 and no one’s seen or heard anything from it. That’s about to change.
Consumer prices in December rose at their lowest annual pace in more than five years, as the crash in oil prices is bringing inflation far below the Federal Reserve’s target level. HighTower managing director Adam Thurgood discusses the impact on his 2015 economic outlook. Photo: Getty: