You could easily interpret the new Planet of the Apes movie as being an anti-science diatribe — since it's about foolish humans meddling with biology, causing a new race of super-intelligent apes to emerge.
Is Captain Jack Harkness the secret villain of Torchwood? The formerly immortal time hustler certainly seems to have a nearly limitless dark past. But actor John Barrowman insists that Captain Jack always aims to do the right thing.
Nerd icon Wil Wheaton has returned to sci-fi television as Eureka's slimy Dr. Isaac Parrish. We spoke with him at Comic-Con about just what makes good (and bad) technobabble, the secret to playing a scientist, and what's ahead on Eureka!
Bill Condon is one of the greatest living directors, on the strength of Gods and Monsters, Kinsey and Dreamgirls. So why on Earth would he choose to film the ultra-weird conclusion to Stephenie Meyer's paranormal soap opera Twilight?
We talked to the cast and crew of The Walking Dead, and they told us what to expect for season two, why we won't be seeing any celebrity zombies, and why Frank Darabont doesn't want the show to become Lost.
Dark reimaginings of The Wizard of Oz are all the rage, but what we saw of the upcoming computer-animated Dorothy of Oz suggests there's still some kiddie magic left to share. Also, Patrick Stewart voices a tree with multiple personalities.
Last night's Knights of Badassdom panel didn't just unveil the movie's trailer; we also got to see a clip showcasing Peter Dinklage's fake sword-fighting prowess. We also learned just who all the characters are in this faux-medieval adventure comedy.
Snow White and the Huntsman is still days away from shooting, but the Comic-Con panel revealed these photos of stars Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, and Sam Claflin, plus they confirmed which badass Brits* are playing the movie's dwarfs.
Here's the trailer for Knights of Badassdom, the comedy adventure movie in which Peter Dinklage, Summer Glau, True Blood's Ryan Kwanten, Steve Zahn, and Community's Danny Pudi enter the world of live-action role-playing... and then she-demons from hell show up.
Yesterday's Eureka panel promised an animated Christmas special, a big mission into deep space, sinister forces plotting against the town, and a love triangle between Fargo, Felicia Day, and a hugely dickish Wil Wheaton.
Tarsem Singh's Immortals just screened a bunch of new footage, including an absolutely epic extended fight scene between gods and monsters. Disemboweling and decapitation have never looked so visually striking. Read on for our spoiler-y description of the footage!
Steven Spielberg announced a fourth Jurassic Park movie yesterday — but he already has a huge dinosaur epic in the works. Terra Nova is a hugely ambitious time-traveling dinosaur TV show — and we've seen the first episode!
In Marvel's live-action TV projects, Hulk returns to his beginnings, super-spy Mockingbird and Cloak & Dagger get their own shows, and A.K.A. Jessica Jones introduces Luke Cage and Miss Marvel. Plus the animated return of J.K. Simmons's J. Jonah Jameson!
Yesterday's Warehouse 13 panel at Comic-Con revealed what the new guy means for the show, the details of the latest Eureka crossover, whether Mark Shepard will ever return, and (yes!) confirmation of a spin-off following HG Wells in the days of Warehouse 12!
We were at the special Comic-Con screening of Locke & Key, an attempted TV adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's acclaimed horror fantasy comic. We can officially add this to the list of brilliant pilots that never got series.
You may know musical bon vivant Mike Patton from such acts as Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, and Peeping Tom, but the singer also does quite the share of voice acting. For example, Patton has lent his formidable growl to the zombies in Left 4 Dead and the infected in I Am Legend.
We just watched a condensed, thirty-minute version of the pilot for NBC's Awake, in which Harry Potter's Jason Isaacs plays a cop jumping between two parallel universes after a horrific car crash...which killed a different family member in each reality.
Everybody who went to the Star Wars Fan Movie Awards last night got a special surprise: a short "sizzle reel" showcasing the deleted scenes from the original trilogy that'll be on this fall's Blu-ray release. And here it is!
Director Andrew Niccol rocked our worlds with The Truman Show and Gattaca, and now he's back with the dystopian thriller In Time, due out in late October. We just saw footage from the film, which is a thinking person's mega-thriller.