Sweeny Todd is here for the holidays!
Co-creator Dave Gibbons files his first report from the set, Jeffrey Dean Morgan chats about The Comedian, and Gerard Butler doesn't know squat about 'Black Freighter'.
Instead of giving his son a lump of coal for being naughty, this father sold the present. Never fear, the son will still be getting a present for Christmas, though he probably won't like it.
With no warning, CBS has downsized the entire staff of the official Star Trek site and marked it for dismantling.
The DC Universe version of the popular TV character originated by Allison Mack arrives in April.
The Batman TDK trailer that premiered with "I am Legend" is now online in a high def version that beats the heck out of the cell phone version we were previously relagated to. Enjoy!
Here's a little fun music video to get you in the mood for the coming Holiday.
The pilot episode of Fox's upcoming Terminator TV series shows great promise.
Bluewater Productions, Inc., announces its comic book releases for April 2008, including an all new title: Baneberry Creek Academy for Wayward Fairies.
Writer-artist Darwyn Cooke will produce a small follow-up to his highly-acclaimed Silver Age mini-series 'DC: The New Frontier'.
The remake of the Ray Harryhausen classic will be Stephen Norrington's first directing gig since 2003's LXG.
But if you like to be "spoiled" a crappy recording of it can be seen online...
Roland Emmerich takes us back to a time when man and mammoth walked side-by-side.
"In one of the greatest years video gaming has ever seen, Halo 3 is the very best of the bunch."
BioWare's newest RPG, Mass Effect, sells more then 1 million copies worldwide.
With our Xbox 360 broken down, we've dropped into what could only be described as a clinical depression. We raise our weary heads to bring you the latest on the Master Chief.
Callum Keith Rennie and Adam Godley join David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in long-awaited X-Files movie sequel.
Yes, she tested for George Miller's Justice League of America (or is it American Heroes?), but that's all you'll get out of Teresa Palmer...for now.
The new KITT made its public debut Wednesday, as NBC announced the premiere date for "Knight Rider".
ABC will be moving LOST to a new timeslot in 2008.