San Andreas Is A Film Where Earthquakes Have A Vendetta Against The Rock

San Andreas is filled with ludicrous, special effects-laden chaos, and it paints its main character’s quest to reunite his family — an all-too-familiar disaster-movie trope — with the broadest possible strokes. But if you can put up with ridiculous science (and cheese), it’s a fun, silly summer movie. » 5/29/15 8:01am Today 8:01am

What's Standing In The Way Of The Doctor Who Spin-Off Everyone Wants?

Is Sony really planning an American Attack on Titan movie? Suicide Squad may have found its Rick Flag. Is Frozen 2 really in the pipeline? The first pictures from the Supergirl set reveal Supergirl's alter-ego disguise. Plus, teasers for what's to come on The Walking Dead, Flash and more. Spoilers get! » 3/10/15 6:00am 3/10/15 6:00am

Dear California: You Can't Get The Largest Earthquakes In The World

I love disaster movies. I even love cheesy disaster movies, ones where the speed of cold is a thing, and violent volcanoes pop up in the middle of a continental plate. I'll be watching San Andreas when it comes out next spring. I just expect to be entirely befuddled by its earthquakes. » 12/10/14 11:12am 12/10/14 11:12am