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The final "Hobbit" film finished in first place at the box office for its second week in a row, while "The Interview" had success in limited theaters.
Eva Green narrates a bloody new look at the second season of Showtime’s Victorian horror series focusing on classic monsters of literature.
Co-stars Byron Minns, Tommy Davidson & Kym Whitley discuss martial arts training, why they can't record together and what makes "Black Dynamite" work.
Go inside "Constantine's" Mill House in a new featurette; Bryan Singer has Egypt on his mind in the lead-up to "Apocalypse" and more.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" led Marvel's box office dominance this year, but the full story of 2014's comic book films shows a changing Hollywood landscape.
The director clarifies the role of the Guardians of the Galaxy in the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe; despite earlier reports, "The Flash" has not received an early renewal.
Star Michael Jai White and director Carl Jones talk about the different approach to the Adult Swim show's second season and what's next for the satire.
UPDATE: Google has confirmed The Interview will be available for streaming on Google Play and YouTube beginning today at 10 a.m.
On Christmas Eve, we look at a surprising team-up that could have been: Flash Gordon and Ralphie from "A Christmas Story!"
New photos of prototype Bat-suits made for "Batman 3" give a glimpse at what could have been if Michael Keaton had remained as the Dark Knight.
If you’re so filled with holiday cheer that you’ve come to annoy your friends, family and co-workers, "Lonely Hulk" is the perfect antidote.
The Seth Rogen/James Franco North Korea comedy will debut thanks to indie theaters like Alamo Drafthouse and as a VOD offering.
A new "Carter" promo dives into Peggy's post-"First Avenger" mindset; Mike Colter will portray Cage in the Marvel Netflix series and more.
Creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko weigh in on the series' finale, clearing up any ambiguity about the much-discussed final scene.
Marvel's "Darth Vader" writer Kieron Gillen and "Star Wars" line editor Jordan D. White square off against the forgotten "Star Wars" Christmas album.
The "Gone Girl" actress will star alongside Cliff Curtis in the still untitled zombie drama.
With shows like "Krypton" in the works, DC appears willing to explore almost anything. Here are five properties they could, and maybe should, adapt next.
"Fast & Furious 6" director Justin Lin has replaced Roberto Orci as director for Paramount's anticipated "Star Trek 3."
Two fan-created trailers take on the upcoming "Suicide Squad" film, using previous footage of Will Smith, Tom Hardy and more to craft a unique look and tone.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has launched "The Driving Dead," an educational web series starring "Walking Dead" alum Michael Rooker.
Mike Colter has been cast as Hero For Hire Luke Cage, who will jump from "AKA Jessica Jones" to his own Netflix TV series.
Now stationed on the 20th Century Fox, BOOM! Studios co-founder Ross Richie talks film and TV deals and staying true to comics.
James Gunn goes on the record about his original ideas for Stan Lee’s cameo in the Marvel space adventure.
The finale of "Guardians of the Galaxy" wasn't always meant to feature Marvel's sardonic duck.
ABC and Marvel have released over 25 new photos from the "Agent Carter" pilot featuring stars Hayley Atwell, Dominic Cooper and more.
Harley Quinn rumored to be protagonist for the DC antihero film; Daredevil may don a familiar suit in the upcoming Netflix series and more.
Even after the five previous Tolkien films, the acclaimed effects wizard tells SPINOFF he and his team had to raise the bar for the final "Hobbit" movie.
Michelle MacLaren remained mum about the details surrounding the "Wonder Woman" feature film, revealing that the project may not be a done deal.
After shelving the film earlier this week, a lawyer from Sony says there are plans in the works to release “The Interview.”
The box office was conquered by the third and final film in "The Hobbit" trilogy, which earned an estimated $90 million domestically.
NBC's "Constantine," starring Matt Ryan as DC Comics' occult detective, will return Friday nights in January with an earlier time slot.
New photos from Marvel & Netflix's "Daredevil" series show the title character, played by Charlie Cox, in action as a hero and civilian.
J.J. Abrams was joined by some of the cast and crew of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" to thank supporters of the Force For Change charity.
James Gunn explains the pressure with introducing the Mad Titan Thanos in this summer's "Guardians of the Galaxy."
While the fame of some of "Batman's" guest stars faded in time, every last one was a Hollywood A-lister when they visited Gotham City
The live-action remake of Frank Frazetta and Ralph Bakshi's 1983 animated fantasy is envisioned as the basis for a franchise.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about reprising his role as the Master of Lake-town's right-hand man in the conclusion of Peter Jackson's fantasy trilogy.
In a new message to the studio, the hackers suggest they’ll stop the leaks, but first they want the studio to remove “everything related” to the comedy from the Internet.
A post from "SHIELD's" leading man hints that the avenging archer may appear on the ABC drama.
A leaked email reveals Marvel wanted a teenage Peter Parker in "Infinity War"; Thanos gets an intimidating toy and more.