Steven Moffat has once again sounded off on that whole David Yates-wants-to-do-a-Doctor-Who-movie-but-we-won't-let-him saga and the Who showrunner offered a dire warning: doing a Doctor Who movie with a rebooted continuity and a different Doctor that's NOT associated with the BBC TV show would 'destroy' the franchise.
Love it or hate it, now that it's been made official that Peter Jackson's The Hobbit is to become another epic trilogy, the question is—what will the third film be called? We may have multiple possible answers.
Game of Thrones fans have been dying to see a certain Westeros fortress ever since season two, but it sadly never made it into the storyline—until now. Because in season three, we're finally going to Riverrun and we've got the first "fishy" set pics to share with you.
Over the years, the Doctor has had to fight dozens of mighty enemies on Doctor Who: From Sontarans, to Daleks, to Cybermen and more recently the Weeping Angels. But now, our good ol' Time Lord is about to fight the mother of them all: The Statue of Liberty.
Before Tom Hardy bulked-up (again) and chilled audiences as Batman's nemesis Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, the actor got to play a villainous, younger, cloned version of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis. Now you can watch his first interaction with Captain Picard himself, played by Sir Patrick Stewart.
The BBC has just released the exciting first trailer for its upcoming — and highly anticipated — fifth season of Merlin — and this thing is wall-to-wall total epicness.
We've all heard the rumors — Peter Jackson himself even hinted at it during Comic-Con. Now its official: The Hobbit will now to be split into three films.
Ever since CBS announced it was doing its own take on a modern Sherlock Holmes with its series Elementary, there's been a lot of hoopla about the project; especially from Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue. But there's one very important person who's kept mum on the subject, until now.
If you weren't excited enough about that Guillermo Del Toro Hulk TV series that's coming down the pipeline, now comes word that Marvel is eyeing partnering up with ABC for a new TV project set in the world of the Avengers.
Open Road Films has just released the first glorious trailer for its upcoming horror film Silent Hill: Revelation 3D and we promise you, it'll creep the heck out of you. Welcome back, Pyramid Head. We missed you.