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This new LEGO Ideas proposal recreates the iconic scene from "The Empire Strikes Back" using 1,482 bricks.
Derek Connolly has boarded Legendary's sequel to the 2013 sci-fi action film, to be directed by "Daredevil's" Steven S. DeKnight.
Chris Pine and Ben Foster star as bank-robbing brothers in the upcoming crime thriller from the writer of "Sicario."
Put the finishing touch on that subterranean lair or mountaintop castle with this comfy skull chair made of fiberglass and leather.
Joe Pytka, who helmed the 1996 live-action/animated sports comedy, warns that the planned sequel is "doomed."
The First Avenger meets metal in this "Civil War"-inspired guitar tribute to the "Captain America March."
Brenda Chapman will direct "Come Away," which imagines Alice and Peter as siblings who journey to enchanted worlds following a family tragedy.
The long-running parody series will team up with Robert Kirkman and Scott Gimple to send up the hit zombie drama.
A Spanish distributor seems to have confirmed rumors that the second season of the hit anime won't premiere this year, as announced.
Hot Toys has expanded its Cosbaby collection with five bobble-head figures of the Merc With a Mouth. Sorry, no Negasonic Teenage Warhead.
If you prefer your Ultimate Fighting Championship with a bit more mech, you're in luck: MegaBots has plans for a sci-fi sports league.
The "Mozart in the Jungle" actor will reunite with “Desierto” director Jonas Cuaron on the long-developing post-apocalyptic adventure.
Warner Bros.' calendar shuffle also clears room for an untitled event movie on Christmas 2018, and moves an untitled 2020 DC film.
Amazing footage from the "Tron" Light Cycle Power Run roller coaster reveals a twisting, turning race through the Grid.
Syfy has given a greenlight to the pilot set two generations before the destruction of the Man of Steel's homeworld.
The actress will be honored at the 41st annual Gracie Awards, presented by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation.
IDW Entertainment will develop the horror project itself, with co-creator Joe Hill writing the pilot and serving as executive producer.
The filmmaker notes the remarks were actually made last year, and refer specifically to the online "bullies" who lobbed hateful comments at the cast.
When Captain America throws his mighty shield, he'll need a couple of powerful electromagnets for it to come back to him.
William Fichtner's General Adams makes the case for enlistment in this promo for Roland Emmerich's long-awaited sequel.