Sultry singer Christina Milian wants the Justice League director to envision her as the Amazon princess.
Kristen Bell drops some more tidbits about her new gig on Heroes.
If you missed Ellen's waterworks yesterday over her botched dog adoption, we've got it for you here...
Dimension Films has tapped two acclaimed French auteurs to raise a new kind of Hell.
Texas Chainsaw helmer takes Stephen King to the movies.
She's game: Angelina Jolie's Lara Croft is voted the hottest cinema superhero, bar-none.
Gears of War vet takes the first big-screen step.
Warner’s big-budget Justice League of America (JLA) may be populated by younger actors in the hopes they will grow into their roles.
Chris Pine, who starred opposite Lindsay Logan in the lackluster Just My Luck (2006), has been confirmed as the new captain of the USS Enterprise.
Michael Green keeps his day job and moonlights as the latest scribe of Superman/Batman.
Zachary Quinto talked to TV Guide about Trek and Heroes.
James Cameron’s epic film may be short one cast member when Michelle Rodriquez begins serving her 180-day sentence for probation violations.
John Cho and Simon Pegg have signed on as the newest Enterprise crew members for Star Trek XI.
May Parker may have started out as a gimmick in the Spider-Man universe, but Peter and Mary Jane's little girl has grown into her own!
Fresh from the morgue and already strutting his stuff on the catwalk, Cappy is wearing a Fabulous new number by Alex Ross! Six months after the death of Steve Rogers captured national attention, Marvel is proud to unveil the new Captain America as designed by renowned, award winning artist Alex Ross!
The little-known actor who starred opposite Lindsay Lohan in the forgettable Just My Luck is rumored to be in talks to play the captain of the Enterprise.
Glutted with more irreverance than that at which you might joggle an ingot!
A Warner Bros rep denies that Jeff Robinov would ban movie prods with female protagonists.
Sources tell TWITCHFILM that Fox has taken control of the video game movie away from director Xavier Gens.
Director Steven Spielberg allowed a few juicy Crystal Skull tidbits to escape.