Heroes creator Tim Kring has admitted to the ratings-killing mistakes of Volume 2, and promises they will all be corrected for the back half of the season.
The Shooter star takes on another character who's fond of violence in this video game movie adaptation.
A whole buncha books starring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman...and Frogzilla!
Guitar Hero III is rocking in sales.
Exec prods Gough & Millar reached out to Smallville fans from the picket line.
The official Will Eisner's The Spirit movie website has some new bells and whistles to whet fandom's appetite.
J.J. Abrams commenced principal photography on his new Star Trek film, which will feature Bruce Greenwood as Captain Pike and (maybe) Rachel Nichols as...?
Illustrator Paul Norris, who co-created DC Comics' AQUAMAN in 1941, passed away on November 5th.
The Oscar-winning beauty has climbed aboard the remake of the sci-fi classic, which features Constantine star Reeves as Klaatu.
Starring Walter Koenig and Nichelle Nichols, the most highly-anticipated Trek fan film ever finally hits the Web on December 22.
Titan Books will publish the making-of volume for the Frank Miller-directed film Will Eisner's The Spirit.
A "wild rumor" suggests that Sin City director Robert Rodriguez is at the top of Warner Bros's list to helm a remake of Clash of the Titans.
A new rumor suggests that Alias hottie Rachel Nichols may go to work for former boss J.J. Abrams on his new Star Trek movie.
Director Zach Snyder & his Watchmen crew spent the night of 2 November lensing a meeting of the Nite Owls in New Westminster.
NBC has pulled the Heroes spin-off miniseries from its mid-season launch.
Vampires attack, ghosts haunt, and folks return from the dead next week. Did someone miss the "Halloween's Over" memo?
On January 10th, Black Canary swoops into Smallville in the form of ex-Painkiller Jane star Alaina Huffman.
"All My Children" alum Justin Bruening will play the lead in NBC's two-hour Knight Rider pilot.
With the help of Disney and photographer Annie Leibovitz, Rachel Weisz's Snow White dream comes true.
20th Century Fox confirms that Chris Carter will bring a new X-Files movie to theaters next summer.