Fear the Walking Dead executive producer Dave Ericsson has discussed the challenges of a TV show that gradually builds to the zombie apocalypse.
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In his newest off-beat artistic project, Shia LaBeouf is going to be hitchhiking across the country with complete strangers.
Microsoft has announced that it will be adding Battle - a mini-game that pits players against each other - to Minecraft.
Karl Urban teases that his Marvel Cinematic Universe character, Skurge, will have a 'great arc' in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok.
Legends of Tomorrow producer Mark Guggenheim says season 2's villain will be a much bigger threat than season 1's Vandal Savage.
After a stalled production process, Sherlock Holmes 3 producer Joel Silver says filming may start before the end of the year.
Stephen King discusses the film adaptation of the upcoming Dark Tower movie, including praising the film's headlining stars.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. producers promise to tease viewers with a "hot potato of death" during Tuesday's season 3 finale.
Prison Break is officially set to return on FOX in 2017, with stars Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell and Sarah Wayne Callies.
French actress and last surviving Casablanca star, Madeleine LeBeau, passed away on May 1 at the age of 92.
Five days after its U.S. debut, Captain America: Civil War has surpassed Captain America: The Winter Soldier in worldwide box office earnings.
Locke & Key creator Joe Hill will be overseeing a TV adaption of his graphic novel series and will write the show's pilot.
X-Men franchise producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed an R-rating and violent 'western' tone for Wolverine 3 with Hugh Jackman.
Russell Crowe has confirmed his involvement in Alex Kurtzman’s remake of The Mummy, which he says is designed to seriously scare.
Battlefield 1 designers chose the First World War as the setting because it makes the game more 'personal' and 'physical'.
Sharon Stone teases a small role in an upcoming Marvel movie, though the actress doesn't name the film and remains vague on specifics.
In honor of Captain America: Civil War's U.S. opening, Chris Evans recited a rousing, patriotic speech, as several of his costars hummed along.