With X-Men and X2, Bryan Singer proved that great super-hero movies were possible. But then the director left the franchise forSuperman Returns and was replaced by Brett Ratner for the 3rd X-film, which many felt contributed to that film's mediocrity. Now Singer hopes to return to the franchise—and direct another X-movie once again.
Remaking/rebooting/reimagining a popular series can be tough: sometimes they're successful (The Office comes to mind) and sometimes, not so much (Life on Mars anyone?). So if you're on the fence about the U.S. version of Being Human, Sam Witwer wants you to keep in mind a little show called Battlestar Galactica.
After having our first official look at Andrew Garfield in his Spidey costume (sans mask), and getting excited about the return of the old-school mechanical web-shooters, we now have some cool pics and video taken while the Marc Webb Spider-Man reboot was shooting in L.A.
HBO has released the very first True Blood season 4 teaser trailer (when we call it a teaser, we MEAN it) and that has us strangely excited—which makes us think it must be a spell. After all, the 27-second spot does warn us that it must be the season of the witch!
The first trailer for the BBC's highly anticipated sci-fi series Outcasts is out, and after watching it a couple of times we thought—does it want to be Firefly? Maybe a little ... and maybe it wants to be every sci-fi series you've ever seen all at once. But why not take a look and make up your own mind?
A few days ago, we got our first clear-ish look at Chris Evans in his Captain America costume. Now, we have our very first "actiony" look at the very first Avenger!
Some shows have no luck. After stuntman/actor Christopher Tierney plunged about 20 feet into the theater's orchestra pit (he's getting better btw) and former star Natalie Mendoza was struck in the head while she was waiting in the wings — as well as the many, MANY production set backs — the Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark musical is getting. . . delayed again!
If there's one man who's not lying down and taking it on the chin, it's David E. Kelley. The Ally McBeal, The Practice and Boston Legal creator is fighting hard for his TV vision of comicdom's Amazon princess Wonder Woman, and he's REALLY optimistic that we'll see her on the small screen as early as next year!
When Colin Farrell signed on to play über sexy vampire Jerry Dandridge in the upcoming Fright Night remake, the actor most likely knew he would have big shoes to fill — after all, Chris Sarandon OOZED sex in the original horror/comedy. A fan of the original, he also hoped he wouldn't like the script for the remake. But as it so happens, he did.
In what could turn out to be really exciting news for Tron fans, it appears that another sequel may very well be on the way: so hang on tight to your light cycles and cross your fingers (or toes)!