10 Disappointing Movies That Killed Our Nostalgia
In the past decade or so, it's become an increasing trend in Hollywood to reboot existing movie franchises, or launch sequels to films that originated way back in the '80s or '90s.
A Time Travel Movie Unlike Any You've Already Seen
Time-travel fiction is logically concerned with a regretful, despairing urge to escape the specifics of the present, featuring characters who find that urge to be so out of reach as to assume they require nothing less than a miracle to...
Can Hawaii Five-O Be Saved?
Last season saw a big decline in the demo ratings for Hawaii Five-0.
Blindspot: Series Ending Mapped Out in Case of Cancellation
It's been a pretty bleak fall season for network television. Four new TV shows have seen their initial episode orders cut (Minority Report, Blood & Oil, The Player, and Truth be Told) and it's understood that they've all been...
10 Things You Need To Know About Marvel's Phase 3 Slate
After Phase 3, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will never be the same again
10 Movie Characters You Can't Root for Anymore
There's a few movie character archetypes that, through a combination of their cliched overuse and my own 'being older and not liking things,' I can no longer root for in a way that Hollywood seems to want me to root for them.
James Cameron Boasts About Avatar 2, 3 and 4
As James Cameron tinkers away in New Zealand on Avatar 2, 3 and 4, he took the time to talk to Empire about the three back-to-back sequels that are expected to head into production imminently for release in 2016, '17 and '18, and he...
Hugh Jackman Teases X-Men: Apocalypse and Wolverine 3
20th Century Fox and Bryan Singer got the band back together for this year's colossal hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, and before it even debuted in theaters, plans were already being put in motion for a follow-up, X-Men: Apocalypse.
5 Things We'd Like To See In The New Star Trek TV Series
Earlier this week, the news broke that CBS will launch a new Star Trek television series in January of 2017. Fans everywhere responded with what could only be described as cautious optimism.
First Look At Leaked Warcraft Movie Trailer
Not the best of quality, but if you want to satisfy your curiosity here it is.
The Trailer for Batman: Bad Blood Arrives
The Batman: Bad Blood trailer is here!
Batman: Bad Blood Set for February Release
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation have announced that Batman: Bat Blood, the latest in their original animated movies, will debut digitally on January 19, 2016 and on DVD and Blu-ray on February 2.
15 Easter Eggs You Missed in Guardians of the Galaxy
The real blink and you'd miss them references and fan nods from James Gunns' brilliant game-changer.
Why Ex Machina Flopped On The Big Screen
From its glossy surfaces to its halfhearted contemplation of singularity, Alex Garland's directorial debut, Ex Machina
Predator Sequel Script Completed
Writer Fred Dekker has completed and turned in the Predator sequel script.
Ridley Scott on Why Prometheus 2 is Now Alien: Paradise Lost
On Thursday, director Ridley Scott revealed that Prometheus 2 will actually be called Alien: Paradise Lost, and now the filmmaker has said a bit more to HeyUGuys about what we can expect.
The Coolest TV Show Cars
There are a lot of TV shows out there, and some of them feature pretty sweet rides. Several "best TV cars" lists select cartoons, like the Flintstones' family car, Speed Racer's Mach 5, or obscure choices like the Volkswagen van from...
The Fight Over Star Wars and Racism in 1977
Unless you've been living under a rock that is located underneath another rock, you've probably heard that Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens this weekend.
Nearly 100 Photos From the Independence Day Resurgence Set!
Last night's livestream ceremony officially announced that Roland Emmerich's long-awaited Independence Day sequel will be titled Independence Day Resurgence and also brought with it the first images from the Albuquerque Studios set.
Best TV Series of All Time
"What's the very best television series of all time?" That's an exceedingly difficult question to answer, of course. To lessen the sting to some extent, I asked a select panel of distinguished TV critics and TV Geek Army contributors to...