It’s taken a long time for a legitimate Judge Dredd movie to come along, and we finally got one with Dredd last year.
While we’re not exactly that thrilled about how a movie’s box office performance has become a big horse race with the public, it’s often fun to track how a movie does when it finally hits the theaters.
Right now, screenwriter Damon Lindelof is getting a lot of attention, and it’s good to see writers front and center in the media, because many times they’re toiling away anonymously.
This summer, there are two movies that have a lot on the line: The Lone Ranger, and World War Z. A Wall Street analyst even predicted they could end up being the biggest flops of this moviegoing season, if not the year.
It’s taken four years to finally get to this point, but Star Trek Into Darkness is several days away from hitting theaters, and the reviews are pretty positive overall.
The director, a writer and some actors in the film "Star Trek Into Darkness" will join NASA as it hosts a Google+ Hangout from noon to 12:45 p.m. EDT, May 16, about how work aboard the International Space Station is turning science fiction into reality.
Star Trek Into Darkness, the long awaited follow up to JJ Abrams’s reinvention of the classic sci-fi franchise, will finally be here in IMAX on May 15, and everywhere else on May 16, a day earlier than the original release date.
Star Trek Into Darkness is now two weeks away from hitting theaters, and along with Iron Man 3 it should help make this summer a rather memorable blockbuster season.
We’re just about three weeks away from Star Trek Into Darkness, and soon the public will be making the final decision whether it was worth the wait or not.
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.
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.
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?
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.
We're a month away from Star Trek Into Darkness hitting theaters across the country. This will finally end one of the longest waiting periods for a major blockbuster since The Dark Knight Rises, as JJ Abrams took his time committing to shooting another Star Trek film.
Star Trek Into Darkness hits theaters May 17, yet the JJ Abrams hasn't taken his foot off the trailer-teaser gas pedal as the final 30 day countdown begins.
This is going to be a great summer for genre fans. Spring’s already gotten off to a great start with Jurassic Park 3D and the Evil Dead remake, and we also have Oblivion, Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, After Earth, Man of Steel, World War Z, Pacific Rim, The Wolverine, and more to come.
Can it truly be a little over a month away before Star Trek Into Darkness finally hits theaters?
We at TG know that Prometheus has a lot of fans out there, and there’s currently a sequel in the works at Fox.
Admit it, you know you love it. You love the now infamous clip of Captain Kirk fighting the Gorn, the overgrown green lizard in the leopard loincloth.
Star Trek Into Darkness is nearly upon us, and the veil of secrecy will soon be lifted for good.