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Kelsey Grammer leaves his sitcom roots behind him as he heads up the cast of Starz' dark and dramatic Boss, and what follows is the complete first episode.
EdGross - 10/17/2011

On December 11th and 12th, A&E will air a four-hour miniseries based on Stephen King's Bag of Bones, starring Pierce Brosnan as a novelist who is apparently being advised from beyond the grave by his late wife. Mick Garris directs.
EdGross - 10/17/2011

A collection of images of sexy ladies in sexy superheroine costumes? We simply find the whole idea of such a thing to be completely offensive and not worth sharing. We're so sure you'll agree, that we'll let you judge for yourselves!
EdGross - 10/16/2011

Although Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis only had cameo roles in the first Expendables, their parts are reportedly beefed up in the sequel coming in August 2012.
EdGross - 10/16/2011

Daniel Radcliffe's first film post-Harry Potter is the supernatural thriller The Woman in Black, which is produced by England's Hammer Films. The first full trailer has been released by the studio.
EdGross - 10/16/2011

Liam Gallagher of Oasis is the producer of The Longest Cocktail Party, the book book written by Apple Records' employee Richard DiLello about the Fab Four's final years. Michael Winterbottom has been signed as director.
EdGross - 10/16/2011

Showtime's Dexter has already been the subject of an online animated web series and new game, and now comes word that Jeff Lindsay's creation is making the leap to Marvel Comics.
EdGross - 10/16/2011

The new issue of Britain's SFX magazine has an interview with actor Damian Malony, who is taking on the fangs of the departed (to film The Hobbit) Aidan Turner in the UK version of Being Human.
EdGross - 10/16/2011

This episode, the gang discusses Dragon Ball in all its myriad forms. The Fanholes reveal their favorite version of DBZ, favorite movies, favorite video games, and journey to Somewhere Cold to discuss Dragon Ball GT.
derekwc - 10/16/2011

Part forty-seven of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books
that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular
segment covers the live-action television series, The New Original Wonder Woman, that aired on both ABC and CBS from 1975 to 1979 !
derekwc - 10/16/2011

Kate Beckinsale was vacationing in Mexico with hubby Len Wiseman and a very tiny bikini and....well, we wouldn't be doing our job if we didn't bring this video to your attention.
EdGross - 10/15/2011

This video report on the forthcoming Snow White & The Huntsman (which stars Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth) captures some in-production footage and features Stewart's comments that production has been "tough".
EdGross - 10/15/2011

ABC's Once Upon a Time will premiere Sunday, October 23rd and in these various video interviews you have the opportunity to some of the different characters who put a new twist on the fairy tales that inspired them.
EdGross - 10/14/2011

First teaser poster for the upcoming Three Stooges film has been released. Check it out after the jump!
PaulRom - 10/14/2011

All three of the aforementioned films will now be released in late 2012/early 2013. In addition, the official title for the fifth Die Hard film has been revealed. Check it out!
PaulRom - 10/12/2011

The first trailer for the upcoming horror thriller has debuted, starring John Cusack as the poet Edgar Allen Poe. Check it out after the jump!
PaulRom - 10/12/2011

Coming Soon has debuted two new posters for Clint Eastwood's upcoming biopic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover. Check them out after the jump!
PaulRom - 10/12/2011

Curious to see one of the big features that will be on the upcoming Blu-Ray release of Scream 4? Now you can see one of them, as the alternate opening to the film has hit early...
Johnathan Smith - 10/11/2011

This episode, the gang discusses their favorite and least favorite television spin-offs, then their favorite Disney animated movie, followed by a discussion on Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and finally ending with a For The Fute-Cha! segment on the upcoming Green Lantern cartoon.
derekwc - 10/9/2011

Moving on to the decade of the 1970s the History of Comics On Film has a brand new introduction along with a look at the Filmation produced live-action television series, Secrets of Isis that aired on CBS from 1975 to 1977 !

In the 46th part of this ongoing series that focuses on the History of Comic Books, producer Derek Crabbe views comics history through the lens of those comic book characters that are lucky enough to be adapted for both movies and television.
derekwc - 10/9/2011