The JJ Abrams show Revolution was the big surprise hit of last year, and its ratings have stayed steady since it debuted last September.
At first glance, Cowboys and Aliens seemed like one of those projects that couldn’t lose.
It was a great idea when I first heard about it, and like a lot of genre stories, it begins with a great, "What if?" idea.
By now you've probably seen the teaser commercials for Revolution, the new show by JJ Abrams that's slated to debut on September 17.
Jon Favreau first came on the scene with the comedy Swingers, and he's transitioned well into directing with such films as Elf, Zathura, and of course, the first Iron Man film.
NBC and Warner Bros. Television have released a trailer for their upcoming dystopian adventure serial Revolution.
NBC has ordered a season of the J.J. Abrams created sci-fi drama.
Recently, NBC announced that it had picked up Revolution, a new series from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and popular film and television producer J. J. Abrams.
This year, Walt Disney would have celebrated his 110th birthday, and the mark he left on the world for all of us will always be evident.
Leading up to its release this Friday, there's been some antsy speculation about Cowboys and Aliens. What exactly is it?
At the recent Los Angeles Times' Hero Complex Film Festival, Jon Favreau and Robert Downey, Jr. sat down to talk about The Avengers.