Earlier this week we learned that Disney, the new owners of LucasFilm, and thus the Star Wars franchise, are working on some films set in the Star Wars universe which will not directly tie into the two existing trilogies. Meaning, the protagonists will not be Skywalkers.
Warner Bros. has posted a trailer teasing its upcoming animated adaptation of the superhero.
Toei Animation has released the first English language trailer for its upcoming space opera.
The poles have shifted due to human interference, creating a critical imbalance.
I’m personally looking forward to Star Trek into Darkness, despite the criticism over lens flares and altered character profiles.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is based on the Frank Miller graphic novel by the same name (actually four books, starting with The Dark Knight Returns), which is set in the same version of Gotham as Frank Miller's Batman: Year One.
World War Z is based on the book by Max Brooks, which is a challenge, since the book covers a lot of ground in a story which is not exactly chronological, appearing as the personal account of one journalist covering the end of the world.
Sony Pictures has released a pair of photos showcasing Jodie Foster’s character in the sci-fi action film.
LucasFilm boss Kennedy talks about getting the new Star Trek guru to take the helm of sci-fi’s other great franchise.
Writer/director of To Kill Your Darlings may have spilled the beans.
Warhammer 40k fans have been waiting for this HD home video release.
IDW Publishing and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have teamed up to produce comics based on the storied paranormal investigations franchise.
The opening of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters moves fast, but does a good job of placing the characters.
When it was decided during post production that the prison escape scene near the beginning of 2009’s Star Trek film didn’t need to be in the final cut, we lost the opportunity to see J. J. Abrams’ redesigned Klingons.
Mad Max is on its way back to us across the dusty roads of South Africa.
The zombie serial has apparently found a home at Amazon.
Universal Studios has released the first TV clip for its upcoming post-apocalyptic sci-fi film.
It’s no secret of history that many scientific and social advances were seen first in the pages of science fiction, and this project seeks to show you the ones most of us don’t know about.
A loose adaptation of the classic epic is en route from afar.
Disney has released a character guide for its upcoming Oz reboot.