Most of the reviews for Tim Burton's take on Alice in Wonderland were fairly negative, but it's obvious by its weekend gross that the audience simply didn't agree with them.
The Maori descendant talks about the physical strain of being a gladiator on Spartacus
NEW AVENGERS returns in June.
A stroll down memory lane ending at WTF??
According to Entertainment Weekly, Fox's Fringe has been renewed for a third season -- a move that may actually be surprising to some people.
Johnny Rotten was apparently the first choice to play the lead role of Jimmy in the 1979 movie Quadrophenia.
It's a rare opportunity to see a Sean Connery James Bond film on the big screen, but every now and then there's a chance to revisit the past.
CNN's editorial on the sale of Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27.
I've picked what I consider to be the best representatives of this genre.
HBO's short lived series is looking to go to the big screen.
We've been hearing a lot lately about 'The Dark Knight' director Christopher Nolan getting behind the 'Superman' movie franchise and helping Warner Bros rebuild that.
As much as Robert De Niro's Analyze This did NOT need a sequel, one film that begged for one was 1988's Midnight Run, which cast him as bounty hunter Jack Walsh who is trying to get a white collar criminal (Charles Grodin) back to L.A. by a certain time. Finally a sequel is in the works.
Johnny Thunders, born John Anthony Genzale, Jr. (July 15, 1952 - April 23, 1991), was an Italian American rock and roll/protopunk guitarist, singer and songwriter.
It's the classic Beatles album presented track by track in video form for no other reason than a splendid time is guaranteed for all.
Having just celebrated its 30th anniversary, Star Trek: The Motion Picture holds a strange place in Trek history. While a disappointing return of Kirk, Spock and the rest, its undeniable commercial success nonetheless paved the way for everything that followed.
Yet another Arthur tale is in the works!
Seven stars of the long-running NBC comedy Saturday Night Live got together for an unusual, and sometimes side-splitting, political effort in a special video made for the Web site Funny or Die...
Hi, and welcome to the brand-new website The DVD Theater! I'm Bill Williams, and I'll be the editor/reviewer of the latest DVDs and Blu-rays coming to you in the weeks to come!