With the exception of a promised 2011 release, no details have been given to the popular Turtles' return to television. Thanks to The Wall Street Journal, fans now have a sneak peek at the series' animation style.
Legendary Pictures announced today that del Toro is directing the company's upcoming feature, Pacific Rim confirmed as his next film. The film has already entered pre-production and will begin principal photography in September 2011.
The upcoming film from Summit Entertainment also stars Michelle Monaghan & Vera Farmiga. Directed by Duncan Jones (Moon) and written by Ben Ripley (Species III), Source Code is scheduled for release April 15th, 2011.
Elephantmen #30 is a great issue from the noir fantasy comic barring one pretty predominate misgiving. As the end of the Questionable Things arc, it increases the scale of the series and leaves a lot of promise for things to come. For a comic whose main protagonist is a talking hippo, this continues to be smart, literate, and enthralling.
In a recent interview, silver screen's God of Thunder discusses the gigantic undertaking of taking on a character with a half a century of history and rumors surrounding a certain mischievous brother's appearnce in The Avengers.
Oldman has been kind enough to offer several updates on the third of Chris Nolan's Batman films while promoting his next project, Red Riding Hood; this time he discusses the mysterious villains that will appear in the film.
Two domestic posters for the X-Men prequel featuring James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender have been trashed left and right since their release last night, and one avid X-fan decided to show Fox's marketing team how good hey could have looked.
The Walking Dead was hailed as 2010's best new show by many established critics. Shockingly - even hardcore fans weren't full blown pissed at the adaptation of their beloved comic series. The Blu-Ray release of season one is a must have for any fan but be warned, there are some flaws in this delicious offering...
Staying the course with the continuing trend of turning every board and video game into a feature film property, a recent report states that Universal Pictures hopes to remake the poorly received Doom film which starred Dwayne Johnson.