Drake album release date recieves another delay.
Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine confirm speculation of Jay-z Collaboration.
Back in 1978. Adam West and Burt Ward returned to television as Batman and Robin, and were joined by the likes of Hawkman, Captain Marvel, Green Lantern and many more in two of the most bizarre superhero projects ever, Challenge of the Superheroes and Legend of the Superheroes. Co-director Chris Darley reflects on their making in this episode (followed by clips from the show).
The novels turned hit t.v. show now set to become a comic book.
On April 6th, ABC will broadcast episode six of "V", "Pound of Flesh," and the network has released a preview clip.
But...what exactly does that mean?
The BBC's Merlin makes its second season debut on the Syfy Channel on April 2nd, and Earths Mightiest has interviews with the entire cast.
Vin Diesel and Sam Jackson WILL return!
How does the upcoming movie stand up against the classic TV show?
In an interview with Ontario's Sudbury Star, actress Stana Katic answered a few questions about Castle and her character on the series, Detective Kate Beckett.
Sebastian Stan may have been cast as Bucky! Read on for more info...
Red Kryptonite! And Metallo....saves the day?
Given what we know about the Enterprise in Star Trek V, this footage of the lost ending of Star Trek IV makes complete sense.
Check out this video that purports to be the opening credits for a "lost" animated series starring the Beatles during their Get Back/Abbey Road period, from Scabby Knee Productions.
In an interview with ifmagazine.com, Syfy president David Howe discussed the American version of the hit BBC series, Being Human (which, of course, is about a vampire, werewolf and ghost that share a London flat and are desperately trying to retain their humanity despite what they are).
Activision announces first details for Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, including a first look at two of the worlds players will visit during the game!
Brian Matthews' Stone Trek, a hybrid of Star Trek and the Flintstones, throws a bit of Star Wars into the flash-animated mix.
Back in the 1960s, a pair of presentations were done for proposed superheroine TV series. The first was the notion of doing Wonder Woman more as a sitcom, the second a Batgirl spin-off from the Adam West/Burt Ward Batman sensation of of the time. Check out both pilot presentations.
Bruce Lee born Lee Jun Fan, 27 November 1940 – 20 July 1973 was an actor, martial artist, philosopher, film director, film producer, screenwriter, and founder of the Jeet Kune Do concept. He is considered one of the most influential martial artists of the 20th century, and a cultural icon.
A live-action/computer animated feature adaptation of Yogi Bear appears to be in the works. They look very faithful to the originally Hanna-Barbera creations.