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"Naruto Live Spectacle" runs through April 5 in Tokyo before touring Japan and then hitting Macau, Malaysia and Singapore.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum got into the "holiday spirit" today, unveiling its limited exhibition of Wonder Woman’s invisible jet.
Star David Duchovny revealed series veterans Mitch Pileggi and William B. Davis will return for Fox's six-episode revival.
Toho’s first Godzilla movie in 12 years aims to revive the franchise in Japan and introduce a monster that towers over the one in Gareth Edwards’ U.S. film.
Kevin Smith has announced the three actors will reprise their roles from the 1995 romantic comedy.
The company has revealed its first 1/4th-scale figure, featuring Iron Man in his Mark XLIII armor from Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
A new report insists audiences will "absolutely" see the first trailer for director Zack Snyder's film by May 15.
This December, Dark Horse will release Makoto Yukimura's fantastic sci-fi manga "Planetes" as an omnibus, returning the acclaimed series to print.
Captain America, Thor and the Incredible Hulk join the previously unveiled Iron Man action figure in the movie-inspired line.
The adorable astromech droid experiences the ups and downs of romance in the "Star Wars" fan short "Artoo in Love."
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron flee the Immortan Joe and his gangs in the new trailer for George Miller's post-apocalyptic action film.
For devoted gamers and Dark Knight fans, Sony this morning unveiled the limited-edition "Batman: Arkham Knight" PlayStation 4 bundle.
If you think Hot Toys’ 1/6th-scale figures are mind-bogglingly — maybe even unnervingly — realistic, you should see the life-size versions.
But will Disney release the new footage online a little early, following its premiere next month at Star Wars Celebration?
The series stars James Nesbitt as a London detective who's given a charm that allows him to make his own luck.
The studio will revisit the 1998 animated movie, adding it to a growing list that includes "Cinderella," "Beauty and the Beast," "The Jungle Book" and "Dumbo."
Lobo co-creator Roger Slifer, who was seriously injured in a 2012 hit and run, died this morning while on the way from his nursing home to an emergency room.
The film’s co-writer seemingly shoots down rumors that Idris Elba may portray a Klingon in the next installment of the franchise.
Organizers announced they're working with other groups to lobby lawmakers to stop the controversial bill, saying, "Legislation that hurts one of us, hurts us all."
The first illustrations have surfaced for "Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month."