Ror posted last week the rumor that Katee Sackhoff was buying up all the Typhoid Mary comics in hopes of landing the proposed Typhoid Mary role in a Daredevil reboot. It looks like she will appear in a upcoming Comic Book Movie but it wont be a Daredevil reboot.
Check out this new set pic of Jackie Earle Haley AKA Rorschach as Freddy Krueger.
Why is Fox rebooting one of the most successful franchises in movie history? Because of money, and the need to return to the "single alien on a ship" plotline...
Terminator Salvation: Can it really save the future?
Looks like Optimus just got the beat down or is about ready to deal one out in this new photo from Transformers Revenge Of The Fallen.
Looks like we are getting an Origin Story here folks.
But who will it be?
New shot gives us a better idea of what Zuko will look like in Avatar: The Last Airbender
Check out this pretty cool "Not Approved By The Studio" Transforminators trailer.
Director Pete Doctor reveals the inspiration behind Carl Fredricksen's quest for solitude in UP.
Sam Raimi claims it is "just a coincidence" that the plot to DRAG ME TO HELL is timely.
Prior films in 3-D have met with limited success, but Pixar hopes to change that with UP.
Sam Raimi, co-writer and director of DRAG ME TO HELL, defends the film's PG-13 rating.
Channing Tatum, star of the upcoming big-budget G.I. JOE film, seems to really, really, really enjoy working with co-star Sienna Miller.
Excited for the upcoming Ghostbusters: The Video Game? Wondering where the best place to pre-order it is? We break it down for you!
Activision just released a new "Reveal" trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and we've got our first batch of screenshots!
Bluewater Productions, Inc. is following up its popular FEMALE FORCE line of comic books with POLITICAL POWER and PUPPY POWER.
FPS action horror being incubated in the depths of Rebellion. Details Released on New Aliens vs. Predator Game from SEGA and Twentieth Century Fox Licensing & Merchandising
"Star Trek" actor Clifton Collins Jr. promises the sequel to the cult classic "Boondock Saints" will be in theaters, unlike it's straight-to-DVD predecessor.
Christian Bale explains his public apology and says that "none of that should matter a damn to anyone."