Supernatural alum Misha Collins to guest on Timeless as Eliot Ness

The NBC sci-fi series Timeless spends pretty much every episode in a different era, and now it's tapped a Supernatural alum for a trip back to the Prohibition era.

Fox's new series connects to the X-Men universe (with Sentinels!), but Legion does not

The X-Men franchise is coming to the small screen in a big way and now we have a few details about how the two series fit into the big X-picture.

Another Flash fan favorite reveals he'll be coming back to the show, but how?

The cast of The CW’s Flash has had a few shake-ups over the past three seasons, and now another fan favorite is officially making a return. But … how?

New Injustice 2 trailer is the Batman v Superman movie we really wanted

The video game series Injustice has put together one of the most compelling and creative takes on the DC universe you'll find anywhere, and it's coming back in a big way this year. 

It's Pete's Dragon meets E.T. in first trailer for My Pet Dinosaur

A new film looking to find the sweet spot between modern classics like E.T. and the Pixar formula has arrived. Want a first look at My Pet Dinosaur?

This robot could be your waiter the next time you go out to dinner

Ever since Marty McFly strolled into the '80s Cafe in Back to the Future Part II, we've been waiting for our very own robo-waiter. Well, this might be about as close as you can get for now.

Alan Tudyk is Batman's cousin in latest teaser for DC comedy Powerless

It’s gone through a bit of retooling during development, but we’re less than a month from the debut of NBC’s Powerless

Chewbacca (literally) disarms Unkar Plutt in deleted scene from Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Apparently Unkar Plutt played a slightly larger role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and this deleted scene reveals his ill-fated run-in with Chewbacca.

The Mist producer on Fargo influences, how they'll end the Spike TV adaptation

Spike has been experimenting with original programming as of late, and one of the most ambitious projects is a small-screen spin on Stephen King’s The Mist. How do you break that story into an ongoing series?