Fantasy novelist Margo Lanagan has resurrected an old story that was buried in the Grimm Brothers' retelling.
Terrence Howard is being replaced by fellow Oscar nominee Don Cheadle as Jim Rhodes in Jon Favreau's Iron Man 2.
The armies of WAR continue to grow as new Recruits join the battle in support of Order or Destruction!
This December, get a glimpse of the TV show that almost was.
In Spring 2009, the UK's Thorpe Park will launch ''Saw: The Ride'', the world's first ever horror movie-themed rollercoaster, based on Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures' Saw franchise.
Veteran Disney animation director Glen Keane is stepping out of the director's chair on the upcoming feature Rapunzel.
HolyFragger.com has received their review copy of Dead Space, and have posted their initial impressions of the game!
The Incredible Hulk 3-Disc set contains plenty of extras, plus a digital copy of the film, so you can take the Hulk with you!
Walt Disney Pictures is close to signing on as producer of the Middle Eastern fairy tale The Last of the Storytellers.
An online posting suggests that the young Superman Returns star may get to keep the cape.
Scripter Wesley Strick is NOT directing the proposed remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street. In fact, some pundits suggest that it's a moot point, anyway.
The San Diego-based comic book publisher debuts Kevin Colden’s award-winning crime story, Fishtown, in a deluxe hardcover format.
On his birthday, we take a few moments to remind Superman fans of the first guy to wear the cape on screen.
Anne Hathaway and Helena Bonham Carter both will play queens in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.
Today’s Avengers take on the greatest heroes of World War II!
Continuing the adventures of Stephen King’s gun-slinger, Roland Deschain!
Deadpool has infiltrated the Skrulls…but to what end?
Where in the galaxy is Black Bolt?!?
Now that the dusty old gears are turning again, franchise star Harrison Ford says another adventure for his geriatric archaeologist is a definite possibility.
San Diego-based comic book publisher IDW teams up with Tim Bradstreet's Raw Entertainment to explore the imaginary history of B-movies from a parallel world.