Remember when Tony Stark had to stop for food from Burger King in Iron Man, E.T. eating up Reese's Pieces, or the Ninja Turtles ordering Dominoes Pizza? The man behind Super Size Me deeply explores this phenomena found within entertainment in his new documentary.
After a long period of fan speculation, Rhys Ifans has been confirmed as The Lizard in The Amazing Spider-Man. Ifans has long been suspected to be portraying Spidey's reptilian foe, but the rumor has gone unconfirmed until now.
UPDATE: Entertainment Weekly has unveiled the first look of the Princess of Themyscira as she will appear on the small screen confirming earlier reports that it will mirror the newly redesigned Jim Lee costume.
It seems as though Ryan Murphy isn't making a grand impression in the music community lately after making recent attacks towards Kings of Leon and Slash for denying the Fox series the rights to perform their music on the show.
Only seen off to the side in a scan, we now get a much clearer picture of Stephen Lang in full makeup as Khalar Zym. The Lionsgate Entertainment release is scheduled for 3D theatrical release on August 19th, 2011.
After some backlash from fans in response to the remake using digital magic to change what was previously Chinese baddies into those of North Korean descent, the filmmaker responds with a very heated reply.
Is it every fanboy’s dream to actually meet an alien? If so, what do you do once you meet one? That is the dilemma that Clive Gollings (Nick Frost) and Graeme Willy (Simon Pegg) find themselves in. Paul has great fun for its protagonists trying to “let you in” on geek culture but it repeatedly falls flat, often going for the too easy and obvious joke.