From THE RUMOR MILL: Ain't It Cool News has passed along gossip about the much-delayed Kristen Bell flick, Fanboys.
James Marsters of Buffy and Angel fame claims he is “hungry” for his role in Stephen Chow’s Dragonball film. Check out some candid shots from the set and a link to more Dragonball madness!
The rumor bubble has burst regarding the G.I Joe villain.
According to IESB.net the Justice League has officially been put on hold as predicted earlier this week.
The '50s late night schlock movie hostess and icon of the goth femme generation has died at age 86.
Comic and television writer Jeph Loeb and superstar artist Ed McGuinness chronicle the mystery surrounding the murder of the gamma-powered villain The Abomination in Marvel Comics’ latest new title: Hulk #1.
Earth’s Mightiest Reviewers take a look at the latest comics from Marvel. Today, a little late maybe, Wolverine #61.
The American Idol Auditions are available for all to see and this time out here's one with a STAR WARS theme.
SCI FI Wire recently interviewed Justin Bruening and Deanna Russo who star in NBC's upcoming Knight Rider Movie. The two reveal what drives their characters and other elements of the show.
The Marvel universe has suffered Zombies, Hulk went to War, and the Mutant Registration act ended with the death of Captain America. So, what else could possibly go wrong?
The first few episodes of American Idol are always a hoot. Here is the first viral video of many highlighting the sad souls among us...
The news is really all over the place, so we won’t dwell on the delays too long, but there is a bit of news for when Super Smash Bros. Brawl does actually make it to stores.
It wasn't dead, only resting. Now, the CBS vampire drama Moonlight returns with a vengeance.
Fans of the 2007 smash video game hit BioShock will be pleased to hear the latest news from Joystiq.
The third expansion to Relic's Warhammer 40K RTS series recently released their downloadable demo!
Marvel Comics has released two new stills from the set of Jon Favreau's Iron Man film.
Universal Pictures and Rogue Pictures have just debuted the theatrical trailer for the upcoming action-thriller DOOMSDAY from writer/director Neil Marshall, starring Rhonda Mitra, Bob Hoskins and Malcolm McDowell.
Whether it is because of a dire need for new television, or that the show is really top notch, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles kicked ass last night.
Kate Beckinsale is absent from the next Underworld film, Rise of the Lycans, but producers are confident enough to send it cinematic.
Bill Gates speaks with the BBC regarding the Xbox 360, and its reliablity issues.