Is Everyone Wrong About Luke Skywalker's Role In The Force Awakens?

Peggy Carter gets a new neighbor in Agent Carter. Get your first look at another classic Bat-character on Gotham. We know at least one character that Constantine will introduce if it gets more episodes. Plus, sneak peeks at Agents of SHIELD, The Originals, and Once Upon a Time. Spoilers now! » 11/07/14 6:00am 11/07/14 6:00am

Lev Grossman Goes Where Other Coming-Of-Age Books Fear To Go: Adulthood

The world is full of magical coming-of-age books... and they generally don't show much of what happens after the age has come. We only glimpse thirtysomething Harry Potter. But in The Magicians Land, Lev Grossman uses his meta-fantasy world to create a thoughtful portrait of what it's like to be a functioning adult. » 8/13/14 7:30am 8/13/14 7:30am

The Biography Of Christopher Plover From Lev Grossman's Magicians Books

One of the most notable elements in Lev Grossman's Magicians trilogy is Christopher Plover, the author of the Fillory books which turn out to be a real magical place. But who was Christopher Plover? At long last, Andrew Liptak (with Grossman's assistance) uncovers the biography of this mysterious figure. » 8/07/14 4:00pm 8/07/14 4:00pm

You Won't Believe Who's Rumored For Star Wars And Batman V. Superman!

Fresh details about Peter Capaldi's Doctor Who premiere. Alec Baldwin may be Mission Impossible 5's CIA Director. And Guillermo del Toro has a weird little project to complete before he finishes Pacific Rim 2. Plus, news from the casts of Heroes Reborn, Arrow, and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now! » 7/11/14 6:00am 7/11/14 6:00am

Here's the actual "teleporting bank robbery" scene from Now You See Me

How on Earth do they do this? The characters in Now You See Me are supposed to be just regular stage magicians, but then they seem to have the actual power to send a guy from Las Vegas to a Paris bank vault — and then create a hole in the universe for money to fly through. Watch for yourself!

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Are the best TV shows made from books these days? And what's next?

Almost every day, it seems like we hear about another new TV show based on a book or graphic novel series. Just today, it was announced that NBC is moving forward with a show based on the fantastic Vertigo comic Midnight, Mass. (This is the third attempt at a Midnight, Mass show — read our thoughts on why it's a great… » 9/20/12 2:39pm 9/20/12 2:39pm