Does Matt Smith—who plays the beloved Eleventh incarnation of The Doctor on Doctor Who—no longer think that bow ties and tweed jackets are cool? Could be, because the actor thinks it's time for the Time Lord to get a new look.
Recycling paper and plastic is cool—not to say environmentally correct. Recycling a scene from Iron Man and putting it into the awesome Avengers trailer? Maybe it's a little less so.
Most of us are quite used to seeing sexy geek icon—and former Greek demigod—Kevin Sorbo play the ultimate good guy on TV and in the movies (see Hercules, Andromeda and Kull the Conqueror for some examples). But as a sexy and bloody serial killer?
Back in December, the BBC released a trailer for the (then upcoming) season six of Doctor Who that contained two scenes we never actually got to see. Why? Well, for one in particular, it was because Steven Moffat tought it was a bit 'too naughty' for Who.
Filming for Zack Snyder's highly anticipated Superman movie Man of Steel has recently moved to Vancouver and some new pictures of Henry Cavill show the usually smooth-shaven star as a bearded Clark Kent.
Back in 1982—and still today—John Carpenter's The Thing managed to scare the crap out of film viewers because of the intense feeling of fear and paranoia that resulted from the members of the doomed U.S. Antarctic expedition not knowing WHO amongst them was being impersonated by a really creepy, murderous alien thing.
While we're still eagerly waiting for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2 (or XII, if you prefer) to start filming, writer Roberto Orci, who's known to pop up occasionally on discussion boards and tackle fan questions, has recently hinted that we could be seeing the Enterprise's former Captain—Christopher Pike — on the next film.
Talk about a piece of dream casting! A former Charlie's Angels star has been tapped to play Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski)'s mom on the hit series Chuck. Guess which haloed Angel got the part?
If you saw Supernatural's latest incredible episode Friday, then you know the shocking fate of a certain someone that left us questioning whether it was really true. Well, executive producer Sera Gamble has the answer. [SPOILERS AHEAD]
If River Song (Alex Kingston)'s timeline always left you a bit wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey confused on Doctor Who—be confused no more. 'Cause you can finally see the amazing former Melody Pond's life in chronological order.