I've been a fan of James Bond movies for many years. Simply put, the franchise always represented more than just action flicks to me.
Sometime back before Battleship sank to the bottom of the deep ocean, we wrote a number of reports for TG about Hasbro's deal with Universal to make a bunch of movies out of video games.
Anyone who has spent time reading or writing online comments knows rabid fanbois are quite capable of becoming angry or nasty without any real provocation.
Judge Dredd was a great comic book, and it's too bad the first go around as a film wasn't exactly a stellar effort.
Superhero flicks are insanely popular today with films like The Avengers raking in over $1 billion globally and The Dark Knight Rises poised to shatter box office records - genre or otherwise.
I'm a huge fan of science fiction films and the slick futuristic vehicles they often depict.
Casting calls continue apace for the independent biopic depicting the early life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
DreamWorks has posted the second trailer for Rise of the Guardians, an animated film slated to hit theaters on November 21.
Of all the superhero movies hitting theaters this summer, The Dark Knight Rises is probably one of the most anticipated - and teased.
I really enjoyed watching the original Total Recall which debuted way back in the 90's and starred Arnold Schwarzenegger. Even after all these years, it is still one of my favorite cheesy old school science fiction films.
The hotly anticipated Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20th. Fortunately, Warner Bros. Pictures seems intent on keeping geek interest piqued with trailers, teasers and viral content - right up until the movie actually opens.
Jaden Smith has been in several major movies already, including Karate Kid and The Pursuit of Happiness.
Warner Bros. has been doing a pretty sweet job generating slick viral campaigns and teasers for The Dark Knight Rises.
The Dark Knight Rises is one of the most anticipated films of the summer, both for hardcore genre fans and average moviegoers.
You might want to check out the new trailer for The Awakening if you're a fan of horror and suspense movies.
Roland Emmerich is perhaps best known for directing The Day After Tomorrow and 2012. The veteran Hollywood director's latest project? A new film aptly dubbed "Hell."
If you're a fan of Van Helsing, odds are you probably saw the Hugh Jackman film a few years ago.
One of my all-time favorite 80's science fiction movies was Total Recall starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'll be honest - I'm still not sold on Colin Farrell playing Douglas Quaid in the new film.
Like every child of the 80's, I've seen the original Star Wars movies more times than I can count.
Jobs - an indie film portraying the early years of the Apple co-founder - recently began filming in Silicon Valley.