Is Farscape's Rockne O'Bannon the ultimate villain of his new show Cult?

There are just two weeks left until Cult premieres on The CW — and you're not prepared for how meta this show is going to be. As creator Rockne O'Bannon explained to us, "the audience watching Cult at home is watching a show about people watching a show called Cult." And Cult is a show about a cult following for a show… » 2/05/13 2:30pm 2/05/13 2:30pm

Bryan Cranston creates the scariest drug of all, in Total Recall

Besides the hot exploding robot action the one thing we're most looking forward to in the Total Recall remake is watching Bryan Cranston go off the rails as the big bad Vilos Cohaagen. So just how bad is Cranston's Cohaagen, what does he want now that this version of Total Recall is set on Earth (not Mars), and what… » 7/23/12 2:51pm 7/23/12 2:51pm

How will Arrow escape the curse of superhero TV shows?

Television is littered with failed superhero TV shows. If you don't count Person of Interest, then only the only successful superhero shows of the past decade are Smallville and (for a while) Heroes. So how will Arrow, the new DC Comics adaptation launching on the CW this fall, avoid the curse of the superhero show?… » 7/20/12 3:51pm 7/20/12 3:51pm

The Sexiest and Weirdest Cosplay Photos from Comic Con 2012

The stars of San Diego Comic Con aren't just the actors and Hollywood creators — it's also the fans, who dress up in amazing costumes. The four days of Comic Con are a celebration of fan ingenuity and creativity as much as they are anything else. You can easily spend hours getting lost in the amazingly cool costumes. » 7/19/12 1:42pm 7/19/12 1:42pm

Watch Andy Serkis as Gollum drops the F-Bomb at Comic-Con

Second unit director on The Hobbit and Gollum wrangler Andy Serkis made the crowd go wild at The Hobbit panel in Comic-Con when he adorably cussed in the voice of Gollum. After being prompted to "do the voice" — and being egged on by host Chris Hardwick — Serkis let them all have a little taste of Gollum on a bender.… » 7/19/12 9:45am 7/19/12 9:45am

Why Looper Could be the Most Well Thought-Out Time Travel Movie in…

One of the most eagerly anticipated movies coming in fall is Looper, a time travel gangster flick from Rian Johnson (director of cult favorite Brick), starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis. Last weekend at Comic Con, we had a chance to sit down with Johnson and ask about his theory of time travel, as well as… » 7/18/12 3:00pm 7/18/12 3:00pm

Walking Dead Zombie-Ear Necklaces and Lord of the Rings murals: Comic…

Yesterday we showed you the worst ad fails at Comic-Con. But now it's time to focus on the good — and luckily, there was lots of creative marketing, all over San Diego. » 7/18/12 12:48pm 7/18/12 12:48pm

Watch Jon Snow dodge the knives of death in a new Silent Hill:…

The other day, we told you about watching new footage from Silent Hill: Revelation 3-D, the sequel to Silent Hill, which many people seem to consider the best video-game adaptation ever filmed. And now you can watch a bit of that footage for yourself — here's a piece of the scene where Kit Harrington (Jon Snow from » 7/18/12 11:53am 7/18/12 11:53am

The CG-animated sequel to Starship Troopers is the closest to…

At last, 15 years later, there's a true sequel to Paul Verhoeven's cult classic Starship Troopers. We saw the whole film at San Diego Comic Con, and we're happy to report that not only is it a close follow-up to the original film — it also uses CG animation to create something very close to Robert A. Heinlein's… » 7/18/12 9:40am 7/18/12 9:40am

Comic Con Wrap-Up: The Shiniest Things We Saw in San Diego!

Going to San Diego Comic Con is a lot like visiting the future — you spend a lot of time obsessing over TV shows and movies that won't arrive for months, or even a year or two. We just spent five days in San Diego, discovering all of tomorrow's entertainment obsessions, and now we're back with full documentation. » 7/18/12 9:00am 7/18/12 9:00am

The Most Astounding Comic Book News of Comic-Con 2012

We previously discussed how Neil Gaiman's Sandman reveal and Image Comics marquee slate of new creator-owned titles won big at Comic-Con 2012. Now check out the rest of the tidbits — which concern everything from rainbow-hued Clydesdales to Bishop from Aliens — that debuted last week in San Diego. » 7/17/12 4:00pm 7/17/12 4:00pm