We LOVE Jeri Ryan, who fueled fanboy dreams as Seven of Nine on Star Trek: Voyager for four seasons—so we're thrilled to hear that we'll get to see her again in something a bit more sci-fi-ish than what she's been up to since Voyager wrapped—an upcoming Mortal Kombat digital series.
With the recent announcement that Henry Cavill was cast as the new Superman in Zack Snyder's Superman: Man of Steel, there's been speculation as to who should be his Lois Lane. However, it appears that Warner Bros. is looking for a leading lady in Supe's life that is NOT our intrepid reporter —meaning there's a possibility that Miss Lane may not even be IN the movie.
Earlier today, we told you that Samuel L. Jackson was getting ready to screen-test with 5 actresses on Friday for the role of Nick Fury's new "sidekick" in director Joss Whedon's The Avengers. We now know the names of FOUR of those five actresses.
While we're all waiting on the edge of our seats for the first Captain America: The First Avenger trailer to blaze across our TV screens this Superbowl Sunday, a few new images from the highly anticipated Marvel film have emerged online and they include the first clear (and one much less clear) look at his sidekick, James "Bucky" Barnes.
The BBC's newest sci-fi series Outcasts is finally getting some air time in the UK next week and we've got a nice set of 22 cool new pics to show you. The best thing about it? MORE Jamie Bamber.
As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman's a tall, lean, muscle machine. However, in the Marvel comics, Wolverine's really quite a short and stocky (and VERY muscular) guy. So for The Wolverine, director Darren Aronofsky told the Australian actor to really beef it up in order to match the comic book character's more massive look.
If you, like us, have been (im)patiently waiting for the eagerly anticipated Battle Angel movie, you will have to wait a bit longer — quite a bit more in fact, as James Cameron made it pretty clear that it'll take at least 5 years before work starts on the highly popular manga Battle Angel Alita adaptation.
As far as we're concerned, Patrick Stewart was the perfect Professor Xavier in the X-Men movie franchise. So imagine how we felt when we learned the actor's personal favorite moment as that character—and how we NEVER got to see it!
Can't get enough of the original UK series Being Human? Apparently, neither can the show's creator Toby Whithouse, who's come up with a web series to make fans really, really happy.
What do you do when you have a TV show about a family of superheroes and you need someone to play a "powerful woman" who will be a "potential adversary" for them? Well, you cast Lucy "Xena" Lawless, of course!