Director Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will soon hit theatres — on December 14th to be precise...is it Dec. 14th yet? —. But if you just can't wait, we've got 15 new awesome character posters, just released by Warner Bros. Pictures, to whet your appetite until then.
Yep. Zombies are definitely the new vamps and the BBC is trying to cash in on The Walking Dead craze by developing its very own zombie series called In The Flesh; and we finally have the very first intriguing pics here.
The film adaption of Stephen King's apocalyptic horror novel Cell—which tells the story of a father's journey to find both his wife and his son after a signal broadcast to all cell phones turns users into mindless zombie-like killers—has found it's star. Turns out, he's no stranger to King's stories.
Filming on the Ouarzazate, Morocco set for the third season of HBO's hit fantasy series Game of Thrones is going full steam ahead and we've got our very first look at Daenerys' (Emilia Clarke) paramour, Daario Naharis, played by Ed Skrein in his full regalia as well as Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei.
Everyone who watches Doctor Who has ''Their Doctor.'' Usually, it's the first Doctor they've seen on the sci-fi series and that particular Time Lord ends up having a special place in the viewers' hearts. Same thing happened to the Eleventh Doctor himself, actor Matt Smith. Wanna guess which Time Lord was HIS first Doctor?
It is a truth universally acknowledged amongst fans everywhere that there are five captains in the Star Trek Universe: Captain James T. Kirk from The Original Series; Captain Jean-Luc Picard from The Next Generation; Captain Benjamin Sisko from Deep Space Nine; Captain Kathryn Janeway from Voyager and Captain Jonathan Archer from Enterprise.
It's no secret that Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner Steven Moffat doesn't want any crossovers between his two successful shows. However, there's one who disagrees with Moffat, and that's the Eleventh Doctor himself, Matt Smith.
Do you hate some of the changes that were made from the A Song of Ice and Fire books to the Game of Thrones TV Series? Did they cut your favorite book scene or mangle it so much you wanted to throw your TV out the window? Well, Thrones writer Bryan Cogman explains those seemingly "arbitrary" changes from the books.
Have you been wondering why there hasn't been a new season of Torchwood announced yet? Do you believe the Doctor Who spin-off has been cancelled? Well, here's what's really going on!
The first awesome webisode of the new fan-made series Castlevania: Hymn of Blood is out now and not only is it awesome, but it also features Star Trek: The Next Generation's Michael Dorn in a blink-or-you'll-miss-him appearance at the end of this first episode.