“Breaking Bad” was the one who knocked. The night that its penultimate episode was airing on AMC, the show of the moment won its first drama series Emmy. “Holy crap,” exec producer Vince Gilligan…
Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck is set to star as Batman in the upcoming Superman-Batman feature, which leads us to ask: do you think Warner Bros. and DC Comics made the right move?
Ben Affleck is Batman. The actor will replace Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne in the upcoming untitled Batman-Superman feature for Warner Bros., the studio announced Thursday. Affleck becomes the…
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On Aug. 17, viewers will wake up to find the lower-key Speed and Fuel networks transformed into high-adrenaline national sports channels intended to make an immediate impression -- among sports fans…
'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns' Book Sales Surge After Batman vs. Superman Film Announced at Comic-Con
DC Comics is enjoying a major boost in sales of Frank Miller's “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” now that Zack Snyder has said he's turning to the four-part miniseries and graphic novel as…
As gripping as scenes from “Grizzly Man” or “Into the Abyss,” Werner Herzog's new 35-minute documentary on the dangers of texting while driving might be one of the most effective public service…
Warner Bros. kicked Saturday at Comic-Con with a big announcement: Batman and Superman will pair up in a new movie as the follow up to “Man of Steel.” Zack Snyder, who helmed “Man of Steel,” is…
With the upfronts looming next week and ABC in last place among the coveted 18-49 demo, Disney chief Bob Iger has one request for network: "We could use a few more new hits and hits that we own."…
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination -- at least for a while.
That which you hate today you're gonna love tomorrow. And you're gonna love "Get Lucky." And the person who's gonna hook you is Nile Rodgers.