Spartacus (Liam McIntyre) may be the star of the show and the main leader of the rebels (alongside Manu Bennett's Crixus and Dan Feuerriegel's Agron), but the more playful Gannicus (Dustin Clare) is the character that most resonates with many fans. So, how about a bloody, sexy new video that shows what our loin-clothed boy will be up to in Spartacus: War of the Damned?
Since we learned that Alice Eve would indeed be playing Carol Marcus, aka Captain Kirk's (Chris Pine) one-time love and the mother of his son David (in the original timeline, that is) in the highly anticipated Star Trek sequel Into Darkness, we've been very excited about the awesome news. So what else can we glean about the character?
Hobbit actor Adam Brown, who plays skittish dwarf Ori—one of the 13 dwarves appearing in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey—says Peter Jackson's approach to the dwarves reminded him of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ... can we have a Cowabunga, anyone?
John Harrison. That's apparently the name of Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek Into Darkness big baddie. After months of speculation (Khan, not Khan, Gary Mitchell, not Mitchell) the name feels a little flat. But Cumby—as he's lovingly called by his fans—had some very tantalizing things to say about his character.
The Doctor Who Christmas special is fast approaching (13 days and counting) and we've got two new tense clips and a new exciting promo that'll have you grab the edge of your TARDIS ... Geronimo!
With Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary fast approaching, many are taking bets as to when Matt Smith will leave the beloved sci-fi series. But hold on to the TARDIS—because here's what the beloved Eleventh Doctor has to say about his future on Who.
Seriously, it's a good thing that the hit fantasy series Game of Thrones is on HBO. We've got drama, explosions, dismemberments, boobies (we're still waiting for more male boobies BTW) and more. Can you imagine if the show had been on The CW instead? Well, now you can do more than just imagine. And it's pretty darn funny.
Seems like it was yesterday, but this Christmas will mark three years already since David Tennant left the role of the beloved time traveling Tenth Doctor on Doctor Who with one simple line that broke our hearts: "I don't want to go."
Winter is coming. Which means the holidays are fast approaching. Which in turn means ... gifts! We've compiled some fun Game of Thrones items to either give as gifts to some of the Thrones fans in your life, or—and this is perfectly cool—even to yourself.
Think that Leonard Nimoy's return appearance as Spock in J.J. Abrams' 2009 Star Trek reboot was the coolest thing ever? How about getting someone from Star Trek: The Next Generation in on the next Trek film, too? Someone like Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart). Here's what Jonathan Frakes has to say about it.