Detroit may soon be getting a statue of Robocop after a successful Kickstarter campaign—but there are ALREADY plenty of other sci-fi and fantasy...
Now that they've cast the Man of Steel himself, director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan are turning their attention to the villain in their Superman reboot—and a surprising name has come up.
We normally don't pay much attention to New York Fashion Week—we're more the San Diego Comic-Con or American International Toy Fair type—but one designer's new superhero-inspired collection caught our eye.
The Oscar-winner is reportedly close to signing on to the Zack Snyder-Christopher Nolan reboot of the Man of Steel for "a key role." But will he be a hero, a villain, or something else altogether?
The 108th annual American International Toy Fair is just about ready to pack it in for another year and toy companies from every corner of the globe revealed there's going to be plenty of sci-fi goodness to buy on store shelves in 2011. From Star Wars to superheroes, there's a lot to covet.
Superman: Man of Steel may not have started to shoot yet, but Warner Bros. isn't wasting any time getting us used to the film's leading man in the role—the studio has released the first photo of British actor Henry Cavill sporting the big, iconic "S" on his chest.
Everyone always talks about romance on Valentine's Day, but what about the ultimate romance ender? Marriage! (We kid, we kid.) So check out some cute and cheesy photos from memorable sci-fi TV and movie weddings that are so romantic, they put our idea of true love on an unreachably-high pedestal forever.
The labor of love of a professional animator who also happens to be a super fan, Superman Classic evokes the art-deco flair of the Fleishers' animated serials and the hand-drawn bounce of classic Disney.
With rumors flying fast and furious over the last 48 hours about a new female lead for the upcoming Superman reboot, word has come that the character may be someone that Superman has clashed with before.
With the recent announcement that Henry Cavill was cast as the new Superman in Zack Snyder's Superman: Man of Steel, there's been speculation as to who should be his Lois Lane. However, it appears that Warner Bros. is looking for a leading lady in Supe's life that is NOT our intrepid reporter —meaning there's a possibility that Miss Lane may not even be IN the movie.