When it comes to comic book movies that desperately need a reboot, quite a few titles come to mind. Howard the Duck. Ghost Rider.
AMC certainly boasts a respectable lineup of shows on its network roster, including the wildly popular Walking Dead and Mad Men.
This summer we have two highly anticipated genre films that the fans have been waiting for forever: Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3.
Several days ago, the reviews finally got out in the geek-o-sphere for the next Star Trek movie, and so far they’re pretty good.
Last month, technical analyst Paul Thurrott accurately predicted that Microsoft's long-awaited Xbox 720 (Next) console would debut on May 21. This week, Thurrott reported that the next-gen console is powered by a core version of Windows 8.
It’s been a while since any news of Ghostbusters 3 has surfaced, and we figured it finally just died and we’d never hear anything further about it again.
Whether or not a long-awaited Justice League film gets made depends on the success of Man of Steel. If Steel takes off at the box office, Justice League will go forward. It’s definitely been a very rocky road for Justice League, and the success of The Avengers helped pull it out of development hell.
Dynamos like JJ Abrams are practically their own industries, constantly churning out hit movies and TV shows, and his workload’s about to get a lot heavier taking on the Star Wars universe.
Sony has released a new PlayStation 4 video teasing its upcoming DualShock controller.
It looks like this summer’s really shaping up to be a great season for genre films, and the verdict is finally in on two of the biggest.
We’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time now, and finally here it is. While the trade reviews aren’t in yet, apparently the very first reactions are out in the geek-o-sphere for Star Trek Into Darkness. So was it worth the wait?
Anyone who routinely watches short films or fan made projects on YouTube knows all too well that most end up falling rather short.
Microsoft has sent out official invitations for an event on May 21 in Redmond where the industry heavyweight is slated to debut its long-awaited Xbox 720 (Next).
Unlike previous Sony console debuts, the Playstation 4 (PS4) is expected to hit the streets with a "strong" launch gaming lineup.
There’s very good buzz out there for Man of Steel, and Michael Shannon is absolutely one of the reasons we’ll go see it, good, bad or indifferent.
As longtime TG readers know, we’ve been wondering for quite some time why there hasn’t been a great video game movie. But game adaptations have apparently been doing very well with the Halo 4 webisodes, and the Syfy series Defiance, a very expensive risk that’s apparently paying off.
It’s an image we’re seeing everywhere, a black and white sumi ink illustration of X-Men’s Wolverine with his arms crossed and claws beared.
It’s one of the most anticipated science fiction franchises to come along in years, and even the mose serious entertainment reporter can’t help but geek out about Ender’s Game.
If you’re not familiar with The Crow, you might be surprised at how much the fans are against a remake of the dark graphic novel adaptation.
The Black Panther first hit the shelves in 1966 in issue #52 of The Fantastic Four before there was even a Black Panther Party, and he was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.