Introducing…the God Squad!
Bucky Barnes tries to carry on the legacy of his friend and mentor, Steve Rogers, the original Captain America!
A reformed Taskmaster trains a whole new batch of potential future Avengers…all while dodging the price on his head!
MGM is pushing ahead on a remake of the 80's guys flick RED DAWN and confirmed possibilities of a new ROBOCOP.
Capcom actually let the fans pick the alternate costumes for the upcoming Western release of We Love Golf!
www.HolyFragger.com has updated their Battlefield: Bad Company pictures area with more then 15 new screenshots.
Bluewater’s Ray Harryhausen Presents: Flying Saucers Vs. The Earth #1 Sells Out!
Marvel’s Thor: Ages of Thunder goes back to print, foreshadowing good things for Matt Fraction and Patrick Zircher’s follow-up, Thor: Reign of Blood.
The female Captain America finds an audience thanks to an entertaining script by Tom DeFalco and energetic artwork by Todd Nauck.
Breathe easy, Smallville fans. Allison Mack has signed a sweet deal to keep Chloe Sullivan on The CW.
Lost Planet goes extreme in deluxe version, coming to PC and Xbox 360.
Cliff Bleszinski spills the beans on some of the things to look forward to in Gears of War 2.
Stargate SG-1 has been one of the most successful sci-fi TV shows ever made, and in addition to its ten regularly aired seasons, the production crew has created two direct-to-DVD movies. The latest, Stargate Continuum, is to be released late July of this year.
With Guillermo del Toro finally getting the directing reigns of The Hobbit and its partner – whatever it may be called – everything seems to be moving fast, with cast rumors and signings. And now, in a surprising development, if you want to sit down with del Toro and Peter Jackson, they’ve decided to let you.
A new indie horror film from Parallel Zide and VooDoo Productions titled Bat out of Hell will be directed by Joe Dante.
It’s official: the cult-fav vampire show Moonlight has bitten the dust. But may The CW resurrect it?
BioWare and EA have apparently heard the outrage generated by the 10-day reauthentication DRM for the PC version of Mass Affect, and have decided to drop it.
Apparently, it was a yearning for nicotine and a troublesome zit that got Shia LaBeouf busted for trespassing at a Chicago drugstore last year. This clip from his appearance on Letterman is hilarious!
Tricia Helfer who plays Number Six on Battlestar Galactica will be voicing The Spectacular Spider-Man.
The Weinstein Co. is moving forward with a big screen live action musical adaptation of Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock.