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 Hanna Barbera produced animated television series Josie & The PussyCats that ran on CBS from 1970 to 1971 !
In the 35th 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.
When Sarah Michelle Gellar comes to the CW this fall in Ringer, she'll portray a twin who steps into her sister's life to escape the turmoil of her own, but finds things more harrowing than ever.
We now know whats next for the Harry Potter star coming of the franchises end, she will team up with director Guillermo Del Toro on a remake of Beauty & The Beast...
The zombie infestation is everywhere, including, it turns out, Comic-Con, as postulated by the new BOOM Studios graphic novel, Fanboys vs. Zombies, which will be making its debut — coincidentally enough —at this year's Comic-Con.
Our eleventh episode, the gang talks to Paige aka Kurobako! A talented voice and stage actress who just so happens to be a huge fan of Beast Wars!
The Fanholes discuss her time as a Video Game Voice Actress and then participate in a round table discussion about their favorite Beast Wars characters.
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 animated television series Archie's Funhouse that ran on CBS from 1970 to 1971!
Another remake in the books, this time it is 1990 cult classic Total Recall; Now starring Collin Farrel instead of Arnold Schwarzenegger...
Yeah...They are making another one apparently. It seems we have are first shot of Kate Beckinsale, who is returning as her famed character Selene in Underworld: Awakening...
Digital Spy caught up with actor Michael C. Hall, who discussed the new season of Dexter, noting that the show would be lighter -- relatively speaking, of course.
The writer behind the saga and Man Of Steel has been hired by Legendary Pictures to write the highly anticipated reboot...
It seems that Michael Chiklis is bouncing back nicely from the cancellation of ABCs No Ordinary Family, though the results have him going all evil. More accurately, he'll be taking on the role of villain in Taylor Hackford's Parker, based on the work of Donald E. Westlake.
Although many people dismissed his career as being over following his personal scandals, former Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger will indeed be returning to the big screen, but instead of the film Cry Macho, it will be in the western, Last Stand.
James Bond has successfully hit the Best Seller's list again with Carte Blanche, and thriller writer Jeffrey Deaver is the one who brought him there with an adventure that reboots the Bond character in the modern era, but nonetheless represents Ian Fleming's vision of 007.
Hit the jump to check out a new music video promoting the soon-to-be-released Smurfs film, featuring a lot of new footage...
Our tenth episode, the gang speaks with guest Kevin Rich about his experiences with living in Japan. Being a collector, a gamer, a fan, and just going about one's day-to-day...how does it differ from being in the States? Then the Fanholes participate in two roundtable discussion segments that cover their favorite Godzilla movies and their favorite anime.
Moving on to the decade of the 1960s the History of Comics On Film has a brand new introduction along with a look at the Filmation produced animated television series The Adventures of Batman and Robin from the Batman/Superman Hour that ran on CBS from 1968 to 1969!
As /Film is reporting, the Sylvester Stallone/Walter Hill film based on the graphic novel Bullet to the Head has signed on actors Christian Slater, Andewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Holt McCallany (late of FX's Lights Out).
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, who has so successfully transformed the toys Transformers and G.I. Joe into box office juggernauts, is next turning his focus towards turning the classic arcade game Space Invaders into a film.
Director Neil Burger, whose last film, Limitless, comes to Blu-ray and DVD this month, is, according to The Hollywood Reporter, turning his attention to helming and scripting the film adaptation of the video game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.
Sylvester Stallone has started shooting the Walter Hill-directed action film Bullet in the Head, which has his character, a hit man, teaming up with a young cop in an attempt for retribution on murders that have impacted them both. UK's The Daily Mail has run some photos from the set in a story that expresses concern over Sly's apparent weight loss.