The Terminator really wasn't kidding when he said, "I'll be back."
Skydance Production and Annapurna Pictures, the producers behind the 2015 film franchise reboot, are teaming up for a new Terminator TV series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
X-Men: Days of Future Past hasn't even opened yet, but director Bryan Singer is already planning the next film in the mutant franchise.
The Twilight Zone may be returning to television — again.
X Men's Bryan Singer has signed on to...
Spy Kids 4 star Mason Cook has been cast as Eddie Munster in the NBC Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane, Deadline reports.
Rebecca Romijn is heading to Chuck, but her appearance is bad news for our hero, Entertainment Weekly reports
The former Ugly Betty star will guest-star in the sixth episode this upcoming season as a...
January Jones welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, People reports.
Jones, 33, and son Xander Dane Jones are "doing great," her rep tells the magazine.
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The networks are still holding out for a superhero. While comic-book films Thor, X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern all hit No. 1 at the box office recently (with mixed staying power), TV has been slower to cultivate a new generation of caped crusaders.
But have no fear, citizens of TV land: Help is on the way. Super-heroes play a role in...
Cars 2 and Bad Teacher both beat box-office expectations in their first weekend of release, Box Office Mojo reports.
Cars 2 grossed an estimated $68 million and surpassed the opening weekend of the first Cars, which took in $60.1 million in 2006. Not only did Cars 2 outpace...
Green Lantern debuted atop the box office, though it failed to live up to some of its comic book-based predecessors, Box Office Mojo reports.
The action movie, starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, grossed an estimated $52.7 million in its first weekend of release. The figure was higher than The Green Hornet's $33.5 million take in January, but lower than the opening numbers for...
Super 8 nabbed the No. 1 spot at the box office in its first weekend, grossing $37 million, Box Office Mojo reports.
The sci-film from J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg outpaced last week's top film, X-Men: First Class, which ranked second with $25 million. The Hangover Part II came in at...