True Blood's fifth season may have ended recently with a bang (God Bill, anyone?) that included Alan Ball's departure as showrunner, but it also looks like season six will start with a bang as well—because HBO has just announced its first casting news for S6 of the hit fantasy series and it's pretty darn awesome.
There's a few interesting tidbits from Game of Thrones' highly anticipatated third season which have emerged that confirm an iconic scene from book three, the loss of a limb and the loss of an important-ish secondary character—and more. Need we say: *SPOILERS AHEAD*
A plethora of awesome new productions stills have been unleashed from HBO's Game of Thrones' season two—including one which elucidates a very mysterious death.
While Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller and X-Men director Byan Singer are still dreaming about bringing Star Trek back to TV, Star Trek vet Ron D. Moore explains what it would take to return the sci-fi series to the small screen.
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The first set pics from the Croatian set of Game of Thrones season 3 have just found their way online as filming began yesterday. And we've got some of your very own favorites, including a stunning Cersei (Lena Headey) in a WOW dress, Littllefinger (Aidan Gillen), and a good look at Tyrion Lannister's (Peter Dinklage) fresh battle scar.
The first trailer for that Canadian Primeval spin-off titled Primeval: New World is out now— and can you guess that it's filled with dinosaurs and anomalies goodness? Yep, yep it is.
A new poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has just been released and after Bilbo's (Martin Freeman) striking heroic pose with his trusty sword Sting, we're now getting a rather goofy montage of our Company of Dwarves.
The BBC has released two new Doctor Who clips ahead of its highly anticipated Weeping Angels episode coming this Saturday. The clips are creepy enough that it'll seriously make you afraid to blink at your computer screen. We know we are!
We've heard of—and seen—director's cuts for movies a bazillion times before. But a director's cut for a book? That's not common now, is it? But that's what Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is actually mulling over for two of her Potter novels.