From Dead Like Me to Wonderfalls, Bryan Fuller has become the king of fantastic TV series that just can't find a mainstream audience. But it seems one of his quirkiest (and most beloved) projects—Pushing Daisies—will be coming back to life soon. But how?
The rumors have been swirling for a while now that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson could be in line to play DC's antihero Lobo—and now the action star himself has responded to the buzz.
In case you're among the millions of Firefly fans out there who couldn't make it to San Diego Comic-Con this year, you're in luck—the entire 10-year cast and crew reunion is now available online. C'mon, we know you want to see Nathan Fillion cry, don't you?
Wanna see how Batman would've kicked butt as a 1930 hero in Shanghai? If so, you're in luck—thanks to this anime-esque online short.
His turn in the title role of the sci-fi classic Tron made him a geek icon, and now Bruce Boxleitner is trying his hand at a very different style under the sci-fi umbrella: steampunk.
It's been languishing for years, but the epic period flick Solomon Kane, based on the character created by Conan writer Robert Howard, is finally headed to the U.S.—and here's the first action-packed trailer.
It may have started as an online experiment four years ago, but Joss Whedon's awesomely quirkly web musical Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is about to go old school media—Captain Hammer & Co. are coming to The CW.
With buzz building for the final film in the Twilight saga, a pile of new promo pics has been released for Breaking Dawn Part 2. So want to get a look at all the vampires you'll be hanging out with this time around?
It's been 10 years since Fox pulled the plug on Joss Whedon's dream project Firefly, but Whedon said the 4,000+ crowd that packed into Comic-Con's Ballroom 20 Friday for an anniversary celebration reminded him it was all worth the fight.
If there was any question as to whether Sam Raimi understands the unique visual challenges of making a Wizard of Oz prequel, some new promotional shots answer the question. Yes, he gets it—and he wants to absolutely blow our minds.