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.
The official Website announces that Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has wrapped principle photography.
Fox is officially bringing Joss Whedon back to TV, question is, which former Buffy star is set to star?
The "Escape from New York" remake hasn't even begun filming but Gerard Butler has left the project.
The Tudors star Jonathan Rhys Meyers is set to make some magic in director Chuck Russell's Mandrake.
An unnamed Warner Bros source reports that the pirate comic "Tales of the Black Freighter" will make it onto the Watchmen DVD as a live-action special feature.
Some discerning fans are taking Wizard to task for calling itself "The #1 Men’s Pop-Culture Magazine!"
Bluewater Productions, Inc., announces its comic book releases for February 2008, including an all new title: Tiger and Crane.
Marvel announces that the Daredevil By Frank Miller Omnibus Companion, collecting more of Miller’s groundbreaking DD stories, has now expanded by over 120 pages!
International Iron Man Of Mystery!
A fresh rumor catching the California wind whispers a new name for the part of Duke in the live-action G.I. Joe film: Batman & Robin star George Clooney.
Universal's first five official Wanted pics are on the Web, and Angelina looks especially bad-ass for a mother of four.
ComicBookMovie.com got the scoop from a loyal fan that "The Dark Knight" movie posters were out, and whalla! We've got them right here! But are they real?
Here we go again: the new rumor from Down Under has model Megan Gale as the front runner for George Miller's Amazon Princess.