Murders and executions: American Psycho: The Musical is heading to Broadway early next year, with Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) cast as serial killer/Huey Lewis fan Patrick Bateman. The Bret Easton Ellis adaptation debuted in 2013 in London, with Matt Smith (Doctor Who) on blood-spray duty.
Did you walk out of Terminator Genisys with a ton of questions about the plot? It’s a time travel movie, so it would be kind of crazy if you didn’t. Thankfully, we asked the film’s two writers and its director some mega-spoilery questions, and now you can read their explanations for the latest Terminator movie’s…
Doctor Who is certainly no stranger to crossover events, but now Titan Comics' series based on the show are getting in on the action too! For the first time this summer, the Twelfth, Eleventh and Tenth Doctors will come together for some time-travlling shenanigans.
Sometimes (oftentimes?) it feels like there just aren't enough cult-favorite tie-in products out there to meet fans' tastes, so it's good thing crafters are out there. Saga doesn't seem to have any official merch yet, but dang, check out this guy a friend made!
Sadly, it's not a crossover. Instead, Matt Smith's signed on to star in Patient Zero with Natalie Dormer. And they'll be fighting a pandemic that's resulted in a violent new species.
Although we've only recently finished off a whole series of Peter Capaldi goodness, it feels like just yesterday we were bidding farewell to Matt Smith's Doctor on Doctor Who - which is probably why I still get a little verklempt watching this CGI-'d Lego take on his regeneration scene.
Matt Smith is getting back into the genre game and joining up with the very large cast behind Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The twist: he's not playing Mr. Darcy.
The new Doctor, Peter Capaldi, takes the role in just over a month. But the saga isn't over for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors. Titan Comics is unveiling brand new Doctor Who series, in which both David Tennant and Matt Smith's Doctors get new companions. And we've got the first exclusive preview pages!
Hard to believe, but the BBC weren't sure if Doctor Who could go on without David Tennant. They were seriously considering pulling the plug on the show when the Tenth Doctor moved on, according to head writer Steven Moffat.
Get a good look at Ryan Gosling's directorial debut in this clip from Lost River (formerly called How To Catch A Monster). This movie is batty — but maybe in a good way? We can't tell yet, take a look.
First Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke was cast as Sarah Connor in the upcoming Terminator: Genesis, and now Doctor Who's Matt Smith is joining the Terminator film trilogy. But will he be fighting for or against the machines?
Ryan Gosling's Lost River (formerly How to Catch a Monster) is being publicized as a dark fantasy movie with some pretty big-name stars, including Christina Hendricks and Matt Smith. Here are the first two images from the film, including one of a woman (presumably Hendricks) standing before a rather ominous-looking…
When the first pictures came out of the Eleventh Doctor and his new companion Amy, we all pored over them. But here's the actual first picture of them in costume, via Karen Gillan.
Check out the set photo of a very awkward hug between the latest Doctor, Peter Capaldi, and his companion Clara (via Ryan Farrell). What's going on in this scene? We have the first hint, and it involves a huge, spoilery cameo by the absolute last person you'd expect.
Tomorrow sees the final bow of the Eleventh Doctor, as Matt Smith regenerates into Peter Capaldi. But "The Time Of The Doctor" figures to be more than just this incarnation's last hurrah – like so many regeneration stories before it, the Christmas special is a chance to define just who this particular Doctor is, once…
The Eleventh Doctor's time is up, in this brand new trailer for "The Time of the Doctor," the new Doctor Who Christmas special. Including a ton of hints for just how Matt Smith's tragic end goes down. We've also got the motherlode of high-res pics!
After revealing that the Doctor's history was even more complicated than we already knew, in the recent "Day of the Doctor," showrunner Steven Moffat has finally clarified just which number of Doctor Matt Smith is. But a new rumor indicates things are crazier than you ever realized.
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special airs on November 23rd, but we'll be seeing Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor again a little bit early. On November 14th, Smith will appear with Professor Brian Cox in the special The Science of Doctor Who.
Time Lord #5 has recently given an interview saying the Doctor should never be a woman, which is a bit confusing. Prior to Peter Capaldi being named the 12th Doctor, there was a huge, raging, nasty debate about whether or not 12 should mark a change in the 50-year run of white dudes playing the time- and…