Everybody says we're in a new golden age of television, but what's coming next? What exciting new series is looming on the horizon? What pilot will earn the next cult following and clever hashtaggery on Twitter? Here is our list of all the science fiction and fantasy TV shows that are filming pilots. »
Peter Jackson gives details about the filming of The Hobbit's barrel scene. Will James McAvoy be in X-Men: Apocalypse? Samuel L. Jackson may be joining Tarzan. Plus, find out more about the 12 Monkeys TV show, and Lafayette's new boyfriend on True Blood. Spoilers now! »
Is another villain really being teased for Amazing Spider-Man 2? And get a look at the new Transformers, some uncanny details about the Flash will be revealed in the next Arrow, and a Fringe co-star joins the 12 Monkeys TV show. Plus, new photos from Dracula. Spoilers ahead! »
There's already speculation about what direction an Ender's Game sequel might go in. The BBC has released details and a run time for the 50th anniversary Doctor Who special. Plus, an answer to the most important question: Will Ichabod ever wear modern clothes on Sleepy Hollow? Spoilers ahead!
Deadline reports that the Syfy Channel — which seems mysteriously interested in scifi shows nowadays — has ordered a pilot based on Terry Gilliam's 1995 scifi flick 12 Monkeys. The channel has discussed the idea before
But the Mummy reboot really is filming next year. Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn gives insight into Rocket Raccoon. Check out some totally awesome X-Men: Days of Future Past posters. Ivan Reitman updates us on Ghostbusters 3. Is Syfy really making a TV show based on Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys? Spoilers… »
With movies like Speed Racer and Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow creating entire scifi landscapes from CGI, it's easy to forget that some of the most futuristic settings for scifi movies are borrowed from the real world. Today Oobject has a terrific collection of photographs of the architectural marvels (and… »
A trailer for the upcoming movie I Am Legend shows Will Smith and his canine buddy wandering an entirely empty New York City. But that's nothing new. Hollywood has always loved to show one of the most bustling cities on the planet smashed to hell and emptied of human life. »