News Shorts: April 30th 2017

Johns Confirms Beast Boy in “Titans”

“The Dark Tower” Trailer Arriving Soon

B&W “Logan” Gets A Cinema Release

A “Roseanne” Revival On The Way

Olyphant, Pace, Sudeikis Join DeLorean Film

News Shorts: April 30th 2017

“The Dark Tower” Trailer Arriving Soon

B&W “Logan” Gets A Cinema Release

Olyphant, Pace, Sudeikis Join DeLorean Film

“Wonder Woman” TV Spots & Sequel Talk

Zemeckis Rumored To Helm “The Flash” Film

Johns Confirms Beast Boy in “Titans”

A “Roseanne” Revival On The Way

HBO Planning “Wag the Dog” TV Series

Eisenberg, Bad Robot Plan Comedy Series

Chazelle Plans Paris TV Musical “The Eddy”

The Resurrected “Strike Back” Begins Filming

Queen Latifah To Retool MTV’s “Scream”

The “Call of Duty: WWII” Reveal Trailer

Microsoft Unveils Project Scorpio Specs

The “Destiny 2” Worldwide Reveal Trailer

“Destiny 2” Reveal Trailer Gets Teased

New “Mass Effect” Under Fire For Animation

Movie Trailers

“Kingsman: Golden Circle” Trailer Teased

First Trailer: “American Assassin”

Trailer: “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”

Features

No “Star Wars” Original Trilogy Re-Release Coming

Those who have been long holding out hope that Disney Pictures would release the theatrical cuts of the original "Star Wars" trilogy to disc...

Christian Bale Is Done With Superhero Films

Oscar-winning actor Christian Bale will always be remembered for his work in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, but don't expect him to return to the...

Chris Pratt Talks The “Passengers” Backlash

Chris Pratt has usually done well with film critics and audiences in recent years, but one notable exception was last year's "Passengers". The...

Movie Reviews

Review: “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”

James Gunn's first "Guardians of the Galaxy" remains one of Marvel's most enjoyable efforts. In a cinematic universe more defined by its restrictions...

Review: “Ghost in the Shell”

As emotionless and robotic as its lead character, the live-action remake of the 1995 cult classic cyberpunk anime "Ghost in the Shell" is a...

Review: “Life”

Judging by the non-stop string of failures by Ph.D.s under pressure in "Life, " NASA's employment standards must be slipping. The ratio of horror...