When we heard the news that Megan and David Ellison, who are the kids of Oracle founder Larry Ellison, had bought the right to The Terminator, we weren’t sure if the movie would ever get the green light. The rights deal lasts until 2018, so Megan and David have to get the movie made by that point before The Terminator slips out of their hands. This apparently won’t happen because it looks like Terminator 5 is indeed up and running, and casting has already begun.
When we wait to see what shows are top of the ratings heap these days, we usually have to wait an extra day. The reason is many people like to watch shows later, via DVR.
The next installment in Thor, Thor: the Dark World, should end up doing very well considering he’s part of the Avengers team. While fans are salivating for Avengers 2, which is due in 2015, they had Iron Man 3 this summer to keep them satisfied for a while, and Thor should also help bridge the gap nicely as well.
Along with Star Wars, Avengers 2, and Batman Vs Superman, another big franchise coming in the summer of 2015 will be the fifth Terminator movie, which is currently slated for a July 1, 2015 release.
Peter Dinklage is one of the best actors we have out there right now, and it’s great that he never got stuck in dwarf roles, like the guy who played Mini-Me. In fact, Dinklage turned down a lot of short people roles, including Mini-Me, to prevent himself from being type cast.
3D printing technology has definitely come a long way, and each day that progresses, we are moving closer and closer to the day and time when the man on the street is capable of producing his or her 3D printed goods without breaking the bank. Fernando Sosa happens ...
The self-proclaimed feminist author who sucked us into the Game of Thrones and then kicked us in the nether regions with the Red Wedding has some explainin' to do.
HBO has posted a 10 minute featurette outlining 11 new characters that will be making an appearance this third season.
It didn’t take Nostradamus to predict that the third season of Game of Thrones would be a big ratings winner, and it certainly was. So big, in fact, that the fourth season got the green light from the success of the first show of season three.
One show ends, another begins, and both have brought in insane ratings numbers. But this shouldn’t be a shock with The Walking Dead, which made TV history in its season three debut, and Game of Thrones, which was sure to have a huge third season debut.
The Wildings - who live beyond the great northern wall - are about to take center stage in season three of Game of Thrones.
This month going into April is really going to be amazing for fans of genre TV. The Walking Dead is wrapping up Season Three, Revolution has started up again, and the third season of Game of Thrones is hitting screens on March 31.
We’re a week away from the debut of Game of Thrones on March 31, and you get the feeling the show’s probably going to be bigger than ever this time around.
There’s an old proverb about how a tree that grows fast grows weak, but a tree that grows slowly grows strong. In the case of Game of Thrones, the show’s following has been steadily growing stronger and stronger, and the third season debut on March 31 should take things to an even greater level than ever.
HBO has posted a lengthy recap video for season 2 of its popular epic fantasy drama.
Game of Thrones fans are all trusting the two showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss to adapt one of literary fantasies modern classic epics, George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire.
HBO has posted an extended version of a recent trailer teasing the upcoming season of its dramatic fantasy serial.
HBO has posted the first proper trailer for the upcoming season of its dramatic fantasy serial.
Game of Thrones is still ruling TV, and it’s sure to have a huge return when it’s back on March 31, 2013.
A number of deleted scenes from the season 2 Blu-ray of the popular fantasy drama have appeared online.