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Christopher Nolan has said over and over again that he is done with Batman now that his Dark Knight trilogy has been completed. But are there more superhero movies in his future?
Three years after it was first announced, Stephen King's Under the Dome is finally coming to television in a big way.
The first review of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has hit the Web, and it's generally positive—except for one thing.
The public has gotten to see little of next summer's Man of Steel, the Superman reboot from director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan, but now Snyder has confirmed when the first full trailer will arrive.
Is she or isn't she? Carrie Fisher has officially issued a response to all the reports of her returning as Princess Leia in Star Wars VII.
He's currently one of the hottest directors in Hollywood, so it stands to reason that his name might come up in connection with one of the biggest projects of the next few years. But no, Ben Affleck doesn't want to direct the new Star Wars movie.
J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel has been shrouded in mystery ever since going into production earlier this year, but audiences will get their first look at the movie in just over five weeks.
Yet another director's name has surfaced in connection with Star Wars VII, and this time the person has left a trail of tantalizing clues.
Firefly continues to live on in the memories of its diehard fan base, a pretty remarkable feat for a TV series that only lasted for just 14 episodes. But what if the show had run longer?
Not content with owning Marvel and now Star Wars, Disney may already have its next target in sight: the House That Mickey Built is looking at you, Optimus Prime.