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Why bother making your own "Dragon Ball Z" costume when, for $130 or so, you can have one of these.
Fox and Chernin Entertainment are reportedly developing an adaptation of Capcom's popular video game series.
The life of a superhero isn’t all action, as photographer Dai Sugano shows in these images that depict Spidey and Silk in their down time.
When 11-year-old Ellijah Davila decided wanted to dress as the Incredible Hulk, his uncle leaped into action. Butt-kicking action.
Although the opening of the Jack Black horror-comedy is more than a month away, the studio is reportedly already looking ahead to a possible sequel.
Controlled by an app-enabled smartphone, Sphere's tiny BB-8 not only responds to pre-set commands, but changes as you play.
Amid the current uproar and bookmaking surrounding the potential next James Bond, have you wondered whether Idris Elba actually wants the iconic role?
The first-ever DC Comics-themed zone for kids will feature Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, The Joker and Harley Quinn
The seller assures that it’s tricked out, including a Bat-Signal that shines on the ground whenever you open the driver and passenger doors.
In the rebooted series, fans find Noah Bennet, the man with all the answers, in a decidedly different place, struggling with questions of his own.
On the eve of "Force Friday," a handful of posters for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" have arrived online.
Director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action film will return to IMAX theaters nationwide beginning Sept. 11.
Before they saved Aquaman from Ariel's squadron of 'toon characters gone bad, the Batmetal crew rocked out to Dethklok's "Face Fisted."
Idris Elba keeps smiling in the face of the "too street" controversy, while another actor rises as a bookmaker's favorite to be the next James Bond.
The CG-animated adaptation of the hit mobile game stars Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph and Peter Dinklage.
Long ago (say, the 1980s), in a galaxy far, far away, it was pretty easy to tell one lightsaber from the next. These days, not so much.
Inspired by the Hellenistic period, this series of sculptures interprets pop-culture characters in a parody of the classics.
DC's Red Robin finds a place in Kotobukiya's ARTFX+ statue line, alongside Batman, Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood and Alfred Pennyworth.
“Rugrats,” “Doug,” “You Can’t Do That on Television” and “Hey Arnold!” are among the shows the cable network is considering bringing back.
What does the Dark Lord of the Sith do in his alone time. It involves tea and a field of flowers, obviously.