These Posters Will Make You Long For the Sequels We Never Got

Entertainment Weekly has preview images from the upcoming art show Sequel, which asks artists to imagine posters for sequels that never happened, but maybe should have. If you're in Los Angeles between November 13 and November 23, you can stop by iam8bit and see the work in person. » 11/06/14 3:00am 11/06/14 3:00am

Entertainment Weekly's new Doctor Who cover has an animated sonic…

Not like we're staring for hours or anything. But this animated cover, where the Doctor's sonic screwdriver glows, is weirdly hypnotic. This is just one of two new covers from Entertainment Weekly. Check out the other below. » 3/20/13 2:02pm 3/20/13 2:02pm

Television is officially better than movies. Is this bad news for…

It's official, according to Entertainment Weekly's Mark Harris: television is better than movies now. We're in the middle of a summer of by-the-numbers movies, while TV is blazing new trails. Too bad science fiction rules the movies instead of TV. » 6/14/10 12:24pm 6/14/10 12:24pm

Is Robert Downey Jr. Really The Entertainer Of The Year?

Entertainment Weekly has named Iron Man's Robert Downey Jr. as their choice for the entertainer of 2008 » 11/16/08 2:30pm 11/16/08 2:30pm - and while we may have loved Jon Favreau's metal Marvel hero movie, we're unconvinced that Downey Jr.'s necessarily the right man for the title. What about Heath Ledger, the unintentionally-entertaining Michael Bay…

Star Trek Only Boldly Goes For 2 Hours, Thank The Great Bird Of The…

J.J. Abrams is leading the charge to save us from the over-extended 3 hour movies of late. His Star Trek » 10/15/08 2:09pm 10/15/08 2:09pm film will only be two action-packed hours. Abrams told MTV that, “I’m sick of these two hours and forty-five minute movies. Seriously, it’s like I don’t have enough time to stay two hours and forty-five minutes.…

The Trouble with Entertainment Weekly's List of "Best SF Since 1983"

How much truly great science fiction has been created in the last 25 years? Entertainment Weekly think that they know, and have compiled a list of "The Genre's Best Since 1983" to prove it, ranking the top 25 SF movies and TV shows (because, really: books, comics or games? Not entertaining enough, apparently) and… » 8/21/08 6:30am 8/21/08 6:30am

Denise Huxtable Finds Life On Mars

Adding to the increasingly unusual cast list of the revamped US version of Life On Mars » 8/04/08 6:30am 8/04/08 6:30am, Lisa Bonet — star of , and... well, not that much else — has signed on to star as the 2008 girlfriend of Jason O'Mara's coma-time-traveling cop, giving him something to come back to should he choose to leave co-stars Harvey…

Have Superhero Movies Killed The Summer Movie Season?

It's the argument that quite literally some people are talking about: Are superhero movies responsible for the death of the high-quality summer blockbuster? You may be scratching your head, wondering when the last high-quality summer blockbuster wasn't a superhero movie. (First person to say Independence Day gets… » 6/04/08 6:30am 6/04/08 6:30am