When the news broke that there would be more new Star Wars movies, it was quite a bombshell.
Irrational Games has posted the second installment of the mock 70s info-reel to tease its new adventure game.
Warner Horizon is working on a dark serialized adaptation of The Wizard of Oz.
We’ve seen it a number of times in Hollywood. Two movies with the same subject going head to head with each other. Two asteroid flicks in 1998 with Armageddon and Deep Impact.
Peter Dinklage is an amazing actor, and it’s wonderful to see the world recognize this fact, and not just because he's a tad shorter than most.
This week saw the premiere of the new conspiracy drama on ABC.
Firefly the Game - scheduled to hit shelves this Fall - is the first in a series of tabletop hobby and miniature board games from Gale Force 9 set in the Firefly universe.
PBS and Vaquera Films have released a trailer for the upcoming pop culture documentary.
Nintendo has announced a year-long celebration of everyone’s second favorite plumber.
A serialized adaptation of the novel is headed to AMC, a network that is probably best known for its wildly popular adaptation of The Walking Dead.
The Incredible Shrinking Man is one of the best sci-fi film stories of the fifties, as it was penned by one of the best storytellers in the genre, Richard Matheson.
Bandai has released an Android app based on the original virtual pet in honor of its 16th anniversary.
Patent applications can be very interesting to peruse as they often foreshadow advanced technology that will appear in future devices.
Universal Studios has posted a new video teasing its upcoming post-apocalyptic sci-fi film.
Loyal TG readers know we’re big fans of Back to the Future, and we were very excited to report last year that the famous DeLorean time machine was in the process of being restored.
Screen Gems has released new details for its upcoming fantasy adaptation.
First it was jumping the shark, now it’s nuking the fridge. It’s the phrase that means a series has reached the point of no return and is now irreversibly lame.
Ouya confirmed months ago that its Android Jelly Bean powered console will be equipped with Nvidia's Tegra SoC.
Hackers recently managed to slip a zombie alert on a Montana TV station known as KRTV.
How many of us wish we still had our old Star Wars toys, especially when we found out how much we could sell them for today?