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Construction will begin next month on the "Star Wars"-themed lands at Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios.
The comedy-adventure debuted in North America to $73.7 million, the biggest opening weekend of any Walt Disney Animated Studios release.
The "Twin Peaks" alum has joined the growing cast of the pilot, which places a "subversive" spin on classic Archie Comics characters.
Sideshow Collectibles has unveiled its Joker Premium Format Figure, based on Heath Ledger from 2008's "The Dark Knight."
With the little stuffed toys and simple animation, Disney retells the 1977 blockbuster in just two minutes.
The pop star, who won a Golden Globe for her performance in Season 5, says she'll be back, but "I can’t promise you how or when."
A college student in Shandong Province, China, devoted a year to constructing a 1-ton, 1/3-scale replica of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn.
The "Star Wars" veteran insists the iconic hero's sexuality is open to audience interpretation: "If you think Luke is gay, of course he is."
Eva Green, Asa Butterfield and Judi Dench are featured in the first images from the Fox adaptation of the bestselling novel.
The designer, who was commissioned to build eight droids based on Ralph McQuarrie's concept art, was 68 years old.
Director Zack Snyder reveals the role Ezra Miller's Scarlet Speedster plays in the Warner Bros. film.
GameSamba, NGames Interactive Limited and Funimation Entertainment have announced a new mobile game based on the blockbuster anime series.
The filmmaker reveals some of the epic fantasy's practical sets in new behind-the-scenes photos.
Teasing rough seas, showrunner Dave Erickson promises the AMC horror drama won't become "'The Love Boat' with zombies."
Square Enix continues the rollout of its "Batman v Superman" Play Arts Kai series with the official debut of its Wonder Woman figure.
The "Deadwood" alum may have let slip which "much-loved character" will return in the sixth season of the HBO drama.
Designers mash up NBA teams with classic cartoons to create logos for a world where the New York Ghostbusters might play the Bedrock Flintstones.
The "Fast and the Furious" veteran will co-star as an LAPD hostage negotiator and in-house therapist in the TV reboot of the hit film franchise.
The "Thor" star moves into a closed-off luxury tower boiling over with class tensions in director Ben Wheatley's satirical thriller.
Rod Roddenberry, son of "Star Trek" creator Gene Roddenberry, and Roddenberry Entertainment COO Trevor Roth will help oversee the series.