Thanks to Game of Thrones, you’ll be seeing a Braveheart TV series soon

By Trent Moore, Source: If Game of Thrones and Spartacus just aren’t doing it for you, William Wallace wants to help. A new TV series based on the 1995 film Braveheart—which starred a younger, less controversial Mel Gibson—is in the works, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The producers are

God help us: Keanu Reeves says that Bill & Ted 3 script is ready

By Trent Moore, Source: Whoa, dude! It was threatened a while back, and now it seems the script for another sequel to Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure is ready to bring the series back to the big screen. Speaking with The Independent recently, Keanu Reeves touched on the long-in-development

Nathan Fillion is having a Firefly reunion on Castle. Who’s showing up?

By Marc Bernardin, Source: The once and future Malcolm Reynolds has never shied away from dropping little tributes to Joss Whedon’s late, lamented sci-fi western in his current gig on ABC’s hit cop show. But now he’s going to bring more than an old costume … he’s bringing an

Dying to see Avengers? Constantine creator would rather you didn’t

By Dan Roth, Soucre: Excited for the May release of The Avengers? You’re not alone. But artist Stephen R. Bissette has some compelling reasons why you might reconsider seeing them assemble this summer. The entire argument we’re about to describe hinges on one very big question—is Marvel evil? Bissette

We won’t have to wait long to see that Primeval spinoff New World

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Remember that Canadian Primeval spinoff called New World we talked about last Fall? Well, apparently it’s already all set and done; ready-in-the-can, as they say. And we’ll get to see it later this year. Probably. Mostly. Depends on where you live. Fingers crossed? The 13-episode

Hugo, Potter and American Horror Story top Saturn Award nominations

By Marc Bernardin, Source: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 and Hugo tied for the most film nominations, while American Horror Story came in just behind Breaking Bad when the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced the nominations for its 38th Annual Saturn Awards.

With 2 weeks to go, here’s what Disney’s doing to save John Carter

By Matthew Jackson, Source: With just two weeks to go until its March 9 premiere, Disney’s $250 million John Carter is in trouble. Tracking shows low interest and little awareness, trailers don’t make much sense to people who don’t already know the story, and time is running out. But

Still a month away, The Hunger Games breaks Twilight presale record

By Trent Moore, Source: A lot of people have deemed The Hunger Games a successor to Twilight. Both are films based on blockbuster teen novels, both are hotly anticipated, and both have rabid fan bases. But The Hunger Games might already be overtaking the vampire franchise. The flick won’t

1st official Season 7 Who pic: Say hello (and goodbye) to the Ponds

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Yesterday we brought you the first set pics from Doctor Who’s upcoming seventh season, taken on location in Cardiff. Today, the BBC has released its first OFFICIAL pic of our beloved time-travelling trio. Can we say the Doctor (Matt Smith), the Ponds (Karen Gillan and

Dallas guy discovers $2 million comic collection in his basement

By Marc Bernardin, Source: Can you imagine being a plant worker whose great-uncle knew you like comics as a kid and left you a couple of boxes of ’em when he died—and then discovering that those boxes held a one-of-a-kind collection worth millions? Welcome to Michael Rorrer’s life. Rorrer’s

3 frights that got cut from the 1st season of American Horror Story

By Trent Moore, Source: The creep-tastic FX series American Horror Story pushed almost every boundary it could reach, and followed some of the weirdest stories to some of the coolest tangents, but there were still a few threads left on the cutting room floor. In an interview with the

Karen Gillan insists Amy’s exit from Doctor Who should be FINAL

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Karen Gillan really doesn’t want to come back to Doctor Who after she’s ended her run as the Eleventh Doctor’s companion, Amy Pond, in the upcoming seventh season. Not even in a cameo—insisting that Amy’s exit from the show should be final. In an interview

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