Dwayne Johnson teases that we might see Shazam sooner than we think. Channing Tatum reveals the Gambit movie will be an origin story. Willa Holland discusses Thea’s vigilante costume going into Arrow season 4. Plus Stephen King’s It is in trouble, and there’s a new Inside Out clip. Spoilers!
There’s no such thing as a perfect book — but some books feel as though they could be just about perfect, if they didn’t have one nagging problem. And sometimes, the most wonderful books have the most glaring shortfalls. Here are 10 amazing novels that are each marred by a fatal flaw.
Independence Day 2 casts its President. Take a look at Captain America and Iron Man’s outfits for Captain America: Civil War, and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Plus, Candice Patton talks Iris discovering Barry’s secrets on The Flash, and teasers for Person of Interest’s season finale. So many spoilers!
The next Toy Story won't continue the story of the first three. There's another tease of Jared Leto's version of the Joker. Jeph Loeb says Marvel's Netflix shows won't cross over with the films just yet. John Barrowman gets a new series. Plus, Flash set pictures tease the return of Reverse Flash. Spoilers Now!
After spending half a decade in development purgatory, it looks like Stephen King's seminal horror novel is finally getting the cinematic treatment. True Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga is currently on board to direct the first of two feature films, and is reportedly "closing a deal to co-write the second."
Quicksilver will return for X-Men: Apocalypse. The IT remake changes studios. The cast of Arrow teases season three. And tons of news from The Vampire Diaries, Sleepy Hollow, and Person of Interest. Spoilers now!
Some horror movies work your nerves and leave you frightened, but at least you feel justified in your fear. Other movies — well, let's just say you should feel embarrassed that they scare you. And here they are. Prepare to be ashamed!
We don't know how to feel about this news. Tim Curry's Pennywise in the 1990 It miniseries was pure and simple nightmare fuel. But it's a damn shame Pennywise and his penchant for pulling children's arms off through a sewer drain haven't been immortalized on the big screen. Now Warner Bros. is looking to give the evil…
Warner Brothers is still set on bringing Stephen King's clown monster to life. Screenwriter Dave Kajganich (The Invasion) has the difficult job of adapting the book into a 120-page screenplay. And his latest update makes us all kinds of nervous.
One thing missing from J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek was a heavy handed message, about racism or international relations. We asked writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman what it all meant. With minor spoilers...
There is nothing scarier than Stephen King's monster clown from It. Now that I can finally shower without fear that Tim Curry will crawl out from the drain, they're bringing the creature back to life.