Articles by Christopher Fiduccia
Michael Bay will be producing a new horror film called Meet Jimmy that focuses on an evil podcast that causes bad things to happen to its listeners.
Mark Gatiss has announced that Tycho Nestoris, from the Iron Bank, will not be appearing in the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones.
A new Cloverfield fan film by director Greg Strasz connects all three films from the movie universe in the short span of eight minutes.
Each Star Wars movie has an iconic look. However, these concept art designs show a very different Star Wars.
Amidst the sexual assault allegations from his previous girlfriend Chloe Dykstra, Chris Hardwick will return to NBC's The Wall.
With Castle Rock now four episodes in, Stephen King asks viewers to watch the show for more than just the Easter eggs and references.
Younger gamers are now getting their parents to pay for coaches so they can level up on Fortnite, in the same way parents use to buy piano lessons.
Lego Batman writer Jared Stern has been hired to write and direct a Super Pets film, which will revolve around the pets of DC's iconic characters.
A new deleted scene from the Avengers: Infinity War Blu-ray release reveals that Jon Favreau's Happy Hogan was supposed to appear in the film.
Popular 70s and 80s TV show Fantasy Island is getting a reboot in the form of a feature film from Blumhouse, with Jeff Wadlow attached to direct.
As MoviePass continues to change the terms of their product, the internet has begun trolling them - and that includes The Walking Dead's Twitter.
Zack Snyder confirms on social media that Dick Grayson - not Jason Todd - is actually the dead Robin in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Robert Englund may be done playing the role of Freddy Krueger, but he has pitched a new idea for a possible A Nightmare on Elm Street sequel.
The season 1 premiere episode of Marvel TV and Hulu's Runaways TV show is scheduled to get its broadcast debut on Freeform this August.
After The Weinstein Company was sold to Lantern Capital Partners, Frank Miller regains the TV and film rights to his comic book series Sin City.