As the seventh season of Doctor Who comes to an end, the BBC has officially announced the sci-fi series will return for an eighth season.
With J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, the long-running franchise is less interested in exploring new worlds, and weighing moral choices, and more focused on blowing things up.
The cologne might be new, but San Diego’s greatest action news team is still the same. Paramount has released a teaser trailer for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, featuring returning stars Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner.
Following a barrage of criticism over its “Princess makeover” of Brave heroine Merida, Disney pulled the images from the franchise website. However, the media giant may not grasp the importance of strong female role models to girls and boys.
With an eye toward the November release of the Ender’s Game adaptation, Anna Pinkert looks at three other great young-adult novels that seem ripe for the big screen.
Indie assassin comedy Barely Lethal has signed Samuel L. Jackson to play Hailee Steinfeld’s mentor in the upcoming film produced by Brett Ratner.
Erasing any lingering doubt about the inclusion of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch in The Avengers 2, Joss Whedon explains why he finds the characters interesting, and confirms Iron Man is indeed in the script.
Warehouse 13, which premiered in July 2009 on Syfy, has been given a six-episode order for a fifth and final season, to air in 2014.
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon II — The Green Destiny will be directed by Yuen Woo-ping and star returning original cast members Donnie Yen and Michelle Yeoh.
Teasing that The Expendables 3 could be better than The Raid: Redemption Sylvester Stallone seems to confirm that Jackie Chan, Mickey Rourke and Sylvester Stallone have joined the ensemble film.
Zombieland co-creator Rhett Reese revealed Amazon has passed on a TV series based on the 2009 movie, saying, “I’ll never understand the vehement hate the pilot received from die-hard Zombieland fans. You guys successfully hated it out of existence.”
The CW unveiled a fall schedule that will see breakout drama Arrow remain in its Wednesday spot while Supernatural shifts to Tuesdays, were it will lead in to the Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals.