With Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary coming up right around the bend (it's next year), it's normal that we're getting bombarded with stories and rumors about which former Doctor or which former companion will be stepping back into the TARDIS for what will be the ultimate celebration of Who.
It was day 90 of the shoot on Game of Thrones' third season yesterday and the Dubrovnik press was having a field day taking pics and getting interviews with producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss. The awesome new pics and two videos show a particular scene created especially for the series. *Mild Spoilers Ahead*
Everyone who's read George R. R. Martin's magnificent A Song of Ice and Fire series and watched HBO's Game of Thrones know that there's something actually missing in the TV series—namely, those glorious flashbacks! But why?
Star Trek director J.J. Abrams made an appearance on Conan last night and brought with him something very, very precious: Our very first blink-or-you'll-miss-it teaser clip for the highly anticipated Trek sequel titled Star Trek Into Darkness.
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.