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Surprising virtually everyone, a Dutch court has ruled that Moulinsart SA, which fiercely protects Herge’s creations, doesn’t actually own all the rights to Tintin.
Director James Cameron has given his seal of approval to “Terminator Genisys,” which remixes the elements of his 1984 film.
The convenience-store chain is accepting preorders for life-size replicas of the gear used to fly through the air to battle the enormous foes.
After 25 years, Sideshow Bob will finally get his wish, even if it is only in “The Simpsons” Halloween special. Plus: the return of Spider-Pig!
A licensing image suggests the protocol droid will look a little different from the last time we saw him.
"The Fight of the Century" is already taken, so let’s call this clash over tourist tips "The Battle of the Bows."
After a few teases, Fox delivers a full look at the Ridley Scott sci-fi drama, which stars Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded on Mars.
With "Midnighter" #1 now in stores, DC Comics celebrates global LGBT Pride Month festivities with a look back at some of its own milestones.
Kevin, Stuart and Bob discover some kindred spirits on the trip to Orlando in the first clip from the “Despicable Me” prequel.
The automaker debuted a commercial this week in South Korea that features Superman, Batman and The Flash -- and widespread destruction.
Details about the second episode of the "X-Files" revival is leading to speculation about a connection to the disturbing Season 4 classic.
With only a week left until the park officially opens, Universal Pictures has unleashed the tension-filled final trailer for “Jurassic World.”
Researchers have made a connection between the many-horned dinosaur and Mike Mignola’s famed demonic hero, earning it the nickname "Hellboy."
A 43-year-old "Flintstones"-inspired Arizona theme park is up for sale, and be yours for only 2 million clams -- er, dollars.
Under the multiyear agreement, the writer will continue as executive producer of the hit "Walking Dead" while developing new projects for the cable channel.
The Sorcerer Supreme -- plus Brother Voodo, Magik, Hela and Dormammu -- make the jump from the astral plane to action figures this summer.
The icy trio will battle its arch-nemesis Lord Weathervane in a series of digital comics set to debut in June.
Say goodbye to the original Ghostface mask and hello to the new face of horror, which Wes Craven says "takes the series into a new direction."
Add one more in-game skin to the growing list of incentives to preorder the hotly anticipated conclusion of the Rocksteady Studios trilogy.
“Dragon Ball Super,” the franchise’s first new, original TV anime in 18 years, now has a premiere date.