The recently canceled Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B—- in Apartment 23 are much better than the networks, or audiences, gave them credit for.
While Star Trek Into Darkness doesn’t hurt for visual spectacle, it falls short of the 2009 reboot in terms of character and plot development as J.J. Abrams & Co. focus their attentions on ratcheting up the action.
Dredd star Karl Urban insists that, despite the film’s poor performance at the box office, a sequel isn’t completely out of the question.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have unleashed a new full-length trailer for Pacific Rim, director Guillermo del Toro’s giant-monsters-vs.-giant-robots epic. The film opens July 13.
Although it didn’t make the cut for the 2013 fall season, the Wonder Woman origin show Amazon may still have a chance to see the light of day as it undergoes redevelopment.
Lost‘s Damon Lindelof stresses that the problem Warner Bros. faces with its DC Comics movies isn’t one of character but one of tone, noting that Green Lantern and The Dark Knight “clearly inhabit two entirely different worlds.”
Although they don’t reveal any details, co-creator Joss Whedon and star Clark Gregg explain that the seeming resurrection of Phil Coulson on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. works within the context of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Warner Bros. has premiered a new poster for Man of Steel, as well as images of Rebecca Buller and Jenny Olsen and Ayelet Zurer as Lara Lor-Van. Directed by Zack Snyder, the film opens June 14.
As the first season of Arrow comes to an earth-shaking end, Malcolm Merlyn’s scheme is exposed, Oliver and Laurel finally demonstrate why they belong together, and one of the characters makes the ultimate sacrifice.
From Dusk Till Dawn has been announced as one of two debut series on Robert Rodriguez’ new television venture, the El Ray Network.
The first full-length trailer has debuted for Riddick, which reunites star Vin Diesel and writer/director David Twohy for the third big-screen installment in the sci-fi/action series.
This week, Brian Cronin beams aboard to determine whether Dr. McCoy’s medical instruments on the original Star Trek were really just fancy salt shakers.