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The worlds of Hyrule and Westeros collide in this live-action fan film filled with death, greed, politics and cuccos. Lots of cuccos.
Funko pays tribute to Akira Toriyama's beloved creations with a new wave of Pop! figures, including Trunks, Krillin and Majin Buu.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss explain that the answer to Jon Snow's fate lies in a subtle physical reaction in the Season 5 finale.
Designed to look like an Enterprise shuttlecraft, this coffee table houses an original 1991 "Star Trek" pinball game.
With these tongs modeled after Darth Vader's lightsaber, and a little help from the Force, your summer barbecues will be a hit with the Stormtroopers.
Legendary Pictures cranks up the action, and the music, with the latest trailer for Duncan Jones' adaptation of the hit video game franchise.
She'll star alongside Michael Ealy and Jesse Williams in a reimagining of the 1990 psychological horror film.
Barbara Gordon will leap from "Batman: Arkham Knight" to collectors' shelves with this 10-inch action figure from Square Enix.
Rita Repulsa is back in this first look at actress Elizabeth Banks dressed as the classic "Power Rangers" villain for the big-screen reboot.
Ahead of the trailer premiere, Sony and MGM have released the first images from Antoine Fuqua's remake of the 1960 Western classic.
Set to open in 2018, the theme park will bring such characters as Batman, Superman, Bugs Bunny and Scooby-Doo to the United Arab Emirates.
Nintendo has partnered with the studios behind "Attack on Titan" and "Ghost in the Shell" for a "Star Fox Zero" animated short.
This 6.5-foot-tall "Star Wars" figure is so meticulously detailed, you'll think the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy is standing in your home.
The Japanese clothing label is introducing a line of T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and even tote bags featuring "Dragon Ball" characters and Baby Milo.
Footage has resurfaced of veteran voice actors Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen performing a scene from "Pulp Fiction" as Pinky and the Brain.
One brick fanatic paid tribute to the 1993 video game with a 3-foot LEGO replica of the iconic BFG 9000.
The director of "The Impossible" and "The Orphanage" will helm the 2018 sequel to Universal's $1.67 billion blockbuster.
A planned revival of the classic sci-fi series will merge television with gaming, allowing viewers to change the story as it unfolds.
The actor confirms he read for the role in the "Star Wars" spinoff, saying, "Because of the nature of what it is, it just explodes everywhere."
Ahead of the June 10 premiere of "Now You See Me 2," Lionsgate has reportedly signed director Jon M. Chu to helm its sequel.