Don Kaye is a Los Angeles-based film, fan culture and entertainment journalist. He contributes to Blastr, MSN Movies, MSN Parallel Universe, Screencrush, United Stations Radio Networks and others. Follow him on Twitter @donkaye
Can you believe that there was a time when even novelizations of horror movies got their own TV commercials?
With hundreds of planets now detected in orbit around other stars, and more of them displaying possible Earth-like characteristics, scientists say that 2013 will be the year we finally discover another Earth.
Those two recent trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness promise us a somber tale in which Captain Kirk and his crew must face insurmountable odds, frightening challenges and heartbreaking sacrifices ... or do they? J.J. Abrams hints that things won't be as bad as they seem.
With the world possibly ending tomorrow if all the theories about the Mayan calendar prove to be right, Seth Rogen figured he'd better rush out the first trailer for his new movie—which is, of course, about the end of the world.
Until now, it seemed as though we'd never see the third of George Lucas' original concept of three Star Wars trilogies. But now that we are, it's interesting to note that there was once supposed to be four.
The possibility of a new Tron film has popped onto the radar in recent weeks, and it looks like at least one actor will return from Tron: Legacy. But who will it be?
He's played the Mad Hatter, Sweeney Todd and Barnabas Collins, and now he's about to take on possibly the strangest role of his career: Johnny Depp has been cast as a computer.
You know that epic shot in the new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness that shows the Enterprise emerging from a body of water? Forget it. An engineer says that it just can't happen.
Oblivion, teaming Tom Cruise with the director of Tron: Legacy, is looking more and more like one of the big sci-fi releases of 2013, and now there's a poster giving us some sense of the movie's epic scale.
Not sure if you understood how The Dark Knight Rises ended? Don't worry, Michael Caine is once again here to clear up any misconceptions about the finale of a Christopher Nolan film.