The ninth season of Doctor Who is currently filming, and the BBC has just announced that Maisie Williams (Arya Stark on HBO's Game Of Thrones) has joined the cast. Will she be playing a villain? Check out an image of the young actress in the TARDIS after the jump.
"My world is reduced to a single instinct: survive." This latest look at George Miller's upcoming Mad Max movie contains almost all new footage, and also gives us a bit more dialogue from Tom Hardy's unhinged anti-hero. How's his Aussie accent? Find out after the jump...
Commenting on his confirmed appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron and also how "stupendous" the film will be, Anthony Mackie talks about the Falcon's relationship with Captain America. Check it out
Check out the first teaser trailer for The Walking Dead companion series Fear The Walking Dead. It looks like we'll definitely be seeing how the zombie apocalypse first began in Los Angeles. The series is set to premiere this Summer.
Constantine executive producer Daniel Cerone is meeting with NBC to pitch season 2 ideas at the end of April. Are you hoping the show will be saved and if so, what do you hope to see? Certainly, The Spectre is something that's begging to be further explored.
Now that she's done some research on the Suicide Squad role as filming gears up, Oscar-nominated actress Viola Davis admits she's a bit intimidated by Amanda Waller. Find out why after the jump
Check out the first bit of footage from the highly anticipated anime adaptation of One-Punch Man from director Shingo Natsume (Space Dandy) and Japan animation studio, Madhouse (Hunter x Hunter, Summer Wars).
Two new actors have reportedly joined director David Ayer's Suicide Squad. Fan speculation says one actor could be King Shark while the other is a young actor who's quickly approaching leading man status and should have a choice role.
Web-crawler is a column that collects news items that may not warrant an article by themselves and combines them (like Voltron) for one super article. The latest installment includes rapper T.I. talking Ant-Man, The Flash's metahuman prison and Jon Hamm as Negan on The Walking Dead.
While it was initially unclear whether
Hugh Jackman was referring to Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse
or James Mangold's sequel to The Wolverine
, it appears he was referring to the latter.