i'mnotobsessed.com has posted a number of photos (from INF) showcasing cast members of "V" arriving at Vancouver Airport for the recommencement of shooting on the series.
Sometimes the walking dead aren't the only thing to fear.
Bangshowbiz.com is claiming that Slum Dog Millionaire's Freida Pinto has been signed to star as the female lead in the 23rd James Bond film, which will star Daniel Craig and be directed by Sam Mendes.
What’s the only thing better than becoming the first acclaimed all-female rock band? Becoming the first all-female rock band to get your own biopic.
A short video clip of Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose signing autographs for fans at a hotel in Porto Alegre, Brazil on March 18, 2010 can be viewed below.
a more Kick-Ass look on splinter's protege.
The director of Life As We Know It talks about his film as well as Green Lantern.
Welcome fellow Ghostheads! Ghostbustin 911 is a comedic fan film parody filmed in the style of COPs and Reno 911.
Time to get a glimpse of what Sawyer has been up to since decided to join up with Un-Locke..
A book written by Chuck Klosterman, first published by Scribner in 2001. It is a history of heavy metal music, with a particular emphasis on the glam metal that flourished during Klosterman's formative years in the mid-to-late 1980s, through its demise in the early 1990s, and potential rebirth in the late 1990s.
"Lemmy", the long-awaited documentary examining the life and career of MOTÖRHEAD front man and rock icon Lemmy Kilmister — made its debut during the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival this past Monday, March 15 at the historic Paramount Theatre in Austin.
The more clips I see of this film the more I want to see it. Looks awesome!
Cinematical, commenting on an LA Times article, provides details on a pair of Wizard of Oz-related film projects that Warner Bros. and its New Line subsidiary has in development.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is preparing to launch a new version of The Wizard of Oz on London's West End, and is seeking out an actress for the lead role.
Filmmakers are calling on all Nerfhearders, Trekkies, and Fan Boys of every persuasion to chime in on why they love their favorites, the stereotypes and clichés that piss them off and the issues that REALLY keep them up at night....
The cult classic of yester year is getting revamped.
A pristine condition copy of Flash Comics #1 sold privately for $450,000 on March 12, 2010.
Brian Matthews' classic flash animated hybrid of Star Trek and The Flintstones begins with the two-part episode "The Deadly Ears."
In this wild short film we experience an imaginative look at what it must be like to be in a Beatles tribute band.
Although we can't quite figure out the logic of it, there was definitely some amusement in a Japanese motor oil commercial that crossed over to the Planet of the Apes.