While True Blood is currently airing its fifth bloody season, we haven't seen that much romance on the show this season. (That is, Sookie's STILL single and still not getting it on with anyone yet.) But series creator Alan Ball says there will be three new romances for us to sink our pearly white teeth into.
When CBS announced it was making Elementary, many were up in arms because it reeked of being a Sherlock rip-off. Then we learned Watson was going to be a woman, and there were groans and eye rolls because ... well because.
While at San Diego Comic-Con to promote his upcoming (and according to those who've seen it mind-blowing) Dredd film, Karl Urban tried to explain away his recent Star Trek 2 villain reveal snafu of earlier this week—and then proceeded to make another thrilling reveal.
Capt. Jack Sparrow himself, actor Johnny Depp, will be reprising one of his most famous Tim Burton roles, the iconic Edward Scissorhands. However, there's an itsy, bitsy, tiny catch.
While we're all sitting back, waiting impatiently for that Justice League movie to be made, come out, and blow our minds on the big screen, DC Comics is taking the first steps to get us excited about the superhero film.
Zachary Levi has confirmed a long-rumored role—that he'll indeed be swashbuckling his way to Thor 2 alongside Chris Hemsworth's God of Thunder.
An epic new banner for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has just been released—and the coolest part? It features 10 awesome key scenes from director Peter Jackson's anticipated upcoming prequel to The Lord of the Rings.
Dust off your long, winding scarves, dear fellow Whovians, and stock up on those jelly babies, because it looks like Tom Baker is definitely returning for Doctor Who's big whopping 50th-anniversary bash next year.
Assassin's Creed is finally going to be made into a movie! The extremely popular series of video games is now coming to the big screen; and as the famous assassin (well, there are quite a few, as AC players already know), we're getting no less than X-Men: First Class' master of magnetism himself.
Considering that Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch may not be playing Khan Noonien Singh on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2 (XII) after all, the question is: Which villain is the British actor playing in the highly anticipated film? Well, fellow Trek actor Karl Urban may have just let slip the motherload of reveals during a Dredd press junket. Oops!