The latest effort! I think its fairly clear whats happening at the end, but some folks haven't got it, so feel free to ask!..
The Blood Disgusting website says it is NOT. But because I don't know how credible they are I figure I'd share the pics. Real or not, they look pretty cool.
I must admit, I am not a fan of 80's music. There are a few exceptions and this band is one of them. Dispite being lumped in with all the other hair bands of the the time, Cinderella was different musically speaking. These guys had the songwriting chops. I hope you enjoy this.
Universal is heralding the director's cut of Captain America director Joe Johnston's The Wolfman, but Johnston himself clarifies the situation.
While fans are awaiting news about Bond 23, Ian Fleming Publications has announced that a new 007 adventure is on the way.
The history of James Bond 007 is covered in this mini-documentary.
The second music video devoted to some of the biggest ladies of action.
The first of a two-part music video looking at the sexy ladies of action.
HBO releases more promos for season 3 of True Blood
A new trailer that's nearly three minutes long and packed with action and humor has been released for James Mangold's new action-comedy, Knight and Day!
Warner Bros. releases a new set of character posters featuring the main players in director Christopher Nolan's new mind-bending thriller!
According to "Watch With Kristin" over at E! Online, there are rumblings that ABC may be interested in rebooting JJ Abrams' Alias (though likely without Abrams, who's off doing Undercovers for NBC).
At the CW upfronts, Maggie Q was interviewed on video about Nikita.
Here are some cool origin story vignettes of our much beloved heroes!
Maxim magazine released this behind the scenes look at Kaley Cuoco's cover shoot.
One of the biggest shows on TV meets one of the biggest hits at the movies in this video of the EW photo shoot.
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman is currently being revamped for the stage for a June revival at the Dallas Theater Center, which Earth’s Mightiest will be covering. In the meantime, however, what follows is a look back at the original Broadway production from 1966 that starred Bob Holiday as the Man of Steel.
This is a rare 1954 short film made for the U.S. government with the cast of the George Reeves' starrer, The Adventures of Superman.
After making the decision to reprise the role of Superman in Superman IV, and before production actually began, Christopher Reeve sat for this interview in which he talks honestly about playing the character, and even was open to the idea of a potential Superman V.
From 1979 is this early interview with Christopher Reeve, making his first appearance on Johnny Carson's The Tonight Show.