In a stunning volley against American iconography and small, defenseless animals, a Muslim cleric has placed a fatwa on Disney's mascot and his fellow mice.
The mocap film trilogy Tintin, from Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson, has lost its studio support.
SCI FI Channel has cast genre faves David Anders and Kandyse McClure in its upcoming Children of the Corn TV remake.
The Street Fighter star chats about saying goodbye to Lana Lang, and expresses confidence in her ass-kicking skills.
Feel like traveling to Ireland for a one-day college seminar on becoming a Jedi?
Heroes will provide solutions to many of the questions it has raised over two seasons...but the answers will just lead to new questions.
NBC.com announced its new content for the fall season, and each new TV show will launch with robust digital entertainment offerings.
At last, L.A. horror fans can see the highly-anticipated Trick 'r Treat at the 2008 Screamfest.
The final chapter of this seminal work from Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely is here!
Prolific scribes Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman confirm the imminent wrap of the new Star Trek film and discuss how great movie sequels inspired them to up the ante on Transformers 2.
Kristen Bell's supercharged character will be undergoing plenty of development this season--and she may have previously unknown connections to the other Heroes.
The tenth Doctor is in negotiations for a fifth season and a new cinematic treatment.
Peter Laird, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, discusses recent rumors—some leaked by co-creator Kevin Eastman—about the future of the Turtles.
The new Trek director explains why The Shat won't hit the fans.
Torchwood season two does a good job topping the previous season's offering, which is no small accomplishment considering the superb first season they had with series one. Almost 13 hours, season two will keep you interested as well...
To paraphrase series costar Victor Garber: everyone, everywhere, needs an Eli Stone Season One DVD set.
The Greatest American Hero creator Stephen J. Cannell confirmed to fans that a movie is brewing.
The adventures of the revamped Super Friends continue, courtesy of Johnny DC!
The Hughes Brothers' first feature in eight years will star Denzel Washington as an apocalyptic hero.