For months now, we've all been wondering whether actor Liam Neeson was going to be in The Dark Knight Rises. With the actor playing coy—or rather, playing the ''comatose amnesiac patient'' card regarding the fate of his character, Ra's al Ghul—we almost never thought it would happen! Until we finally got to hear exactly what we wanted.
If you, like us, have been wondering for weeks if Loki (Tom Hiddleston) was going to have to share the 'villain spotlight' with the Red Skull (Hugo Weaving) in The Avengers, we have our answer. Plus, we also have three awesome new pics (+ a magazine cover) to share with you. It's truly an awesome day to be an Avengers fan.
Russell T. Davies fans, rejoice, because the former Doctor Who showrunner is currently hard at work on a brand new TV series that'll mix (surprise!) aliens with cowboys Harry Potter wizards. Yep, you read that right: Aliens and wizards.
We don't know about you, but we love a good cameo. Cameos are cool. And this morning, we have some VERY exciting news about a possible—and, if true, potentially mind-blowing —cameo appearance from a major Marvel superhero in this summer's The Avengers. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Sylvester McCoy, aka the Seventh Doctor (you know, the one with the big red question mark umbrella), has recently said that he'd love to return to Doctor Who for the show's 50th Anniversary bash—but NOT as a former Doctor.
Shocker! Executive producer and writer Steven S. DeKnight has revealed that plans were afoot for an incestous storyline in the upcoming second season of Starz's hit series Spartacus: Vengeance but that they had to drop it because of a little HBO show called Game of Thrones.
''The stakes are high, there's no escape, the vampires are coming.'' That's what we're being ominously told in this first exciting and full-on emotional —and may we add, a bit trippy—Being Human U.K. season four trailer.
We have many long (and painful) months to wait before season seven of Doctor Who materializes on our TV screens with brand new time-traveling shenanigans—until the fall to be exact—but the good news is we may be getting more than the usual 14-episodes long season.
Are True Blood's two hunky ancient bloodsuckers Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) and Bill (Stephen Moyer) heading for "bromance-hood" in the upcoming fifth season of the hit HBO series? If we believe Alexander Skarsgard, could be!
Someone wants another shot at The Doctor (Matt Smith) on Doctor Who. No, no, not at being The Doctor, but at making life for our beloved Time Lord completely and utterly miserable again. (And that's the way we like it, yes?). And guess who-in-the-name-of-Gallifrey is that dastardly villain?