J.J. Abrams reveals why Benedict Cumberbatch is perfect for the Star Trek sequel. One of Battlestar Galactica's biggest badasses joins Vin Diesel's new Riddick movie. A beloved old monster might return to Doctor Who. Plus the latest on Fringe's future!
Seth Gabel reveals how Lincoln Lee will fit into Fringe. The first official details are revealed for the Doctor Who season finale. Plus set photos and videos galore for The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, Fringe, and Cloud Atlas!
Why does Fry suddenly look like a member of the Simpson family? You'll have to watch our new Futurama clip to find out. Meanwhile, the Warehouse 13 gang go inside a video game to save Eureka's Fargo...and Claudia's an elf!
Television is about to get interesting again! Doctor Who's coming back soon, and BBC America is celebrating with a look at Matt Smith's tenure as the Doctor. And meanwhile, Firefly's Jewel Staite is back in action, staving off Doomsday.
Television is going to teach us what happened to the dead people on Torchwood, and to the kidnapped children on Falling Skies. We're also going to visit a sinister alternate universe with Phineas and Ferb. And Jeri "Seven of Nine" Ryan comes to Warehouse 13!
Television has many thrills in store for you this week — but chief among them is the return of Lion-O in the Cartoon Network's new ThunderCats series! But he's not alone: There's also a bitchin new Wolverine anime series.That's followed at 8 PM by a new :
The Captain America writers explain why the sequel won't abandon World War II. Bruce Campbell will be in Evil Dead 4, but what about David Tennant's Doctor Who future? Spoilers from here on out!
One of the most popular Star Wars video games spawns a TV special this week, as Lego Star Wars tells a story about Yoda, C-3PO and R2D2 battling the Sith. Meanwhile, Lifetime's new J.K. Rowling biopic looks face-clawingly hideous.
New Man of Steel set photos reveal all's not peaceful in Smallville. Joe Johnston explains the heart of Captain America. A Shaun of the Dead star joins Snow White and the Huntsman. Plus the Evil Dead reboot is really happening!
This week on television, it's a time for tough choices. Several of your favorite television shows are back this week, plus Syfy introduces its new mutant super-team show Alphas. And Iron Man and War Machine both face impossible battles.And that's followed by an extended version of a previously aired episode.
Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University has revealed Christopher Nolan's upcoming filming plans for the campus, and it sounds like this could be the scene of an epic event that was originally seen in the comics, and a serious confrontation between villains.
John Noble thinks he knows how many seasons Fringe has left. Game of Thrones casts one of season two's (literally) biggest roles. Michael Bay responds to the Jason Statham Transformers 4 rumors. Plus some new Man of Steel set photos!
We are never, ever getting rid of Transformers movies. Oz, the Great and Powerful may have hit the ultimate legal roadblock. Plus everyone is talking Torchwood: Miracle Day, chief dwarf Richard Armitage discusses The Hobbit, and Misha Collins address his Supernatural future.
Torchwood is back! The grown-up Doctor Who spin-off is just as intense as ever — but now the budgets are bigger and the action is international. Also on TV this week: Futurama spoofs Tron! Complete with a lightcycle chase!That's followed by another episode of the at 8 PM. And here's a particularly awesome image:
Frank Darabont explains why the second season of The Walking Dead is heading to the country. New Hobbit photos show off Bilbo and Gandalf. Plus a blurry set video of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises!
This week on television, Bender becomes a ghost! And Eric crashes a witch meting on True Blood! But also, they're making Star Wars-themed cakes! And on Falling Skies, the gang decides to bring Pope on a mission, for some reason.
Snow White and the Huntsman just keeps adding ridiculously awesome British actors to its cast. The executive producers of Fringe drop some crucial season four hints. Plus author David Mitchell explains how his unadaptable novel Cloud Atlas will be adapted.
Two of television's great champions return this week: True Blood is shaking things up with some major changes in Sookie's life. And Futurama is shaking up its characters in... a very different way. But Leverage and Burn Notice also return.
Man of Steel may have found Superman's dad. Steven Moffat weighs in on Doctor Who's potential hiatus, while a possible writer for the Star Wars television show is revealed. Plus a seriously unexpected romance on True Blood!