The final season of Veep has added Better Call Saul alums Rhea Seehorn and Michael McKean to the cast as guest stars for upcoming episodes.
The recently-released Avengers: Endgame Empire cover featuring the original six MCU heroes gets an updated version with all their new costumes.
EA and BioWare have been scrambling to address Anthem's loot issues for weeks now. That's why we haven't seen any meaningful change yet.
A report from the 2019 Game Developers Conference floor provides some speculative details on Google's big gaming announcement tomorrow.
Acclaimed Harry Potter actor Ralph Fiennes has said that he would like to reprise his role as the horrific Lord Voldemort in Fantastic Beasts.
After announcing last week that he would have his retirement match at WrestleMania, Kurt Angle reveals that Baron Corbin will be his final opponent.
Screen Rant's Ryan George (with some help from his cat) reveals what (probably) happened in the pitch meeting for Captain Marvel.
As Bethesda officially announces its E3 2019 showcase, fans can expect the likes of Starfield and Doom Eternal to dominate the gaming expo.
Samsung, iKON, and Fortnite have teamed together to give players of the latter a new skin and emote exclusively through a new series of Galaxy phones.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC and new cross-play and Xbox Play Anywhere details have just dropped ahead of the big release.
Original Sliders cast members Jerry O'Connell and John Rhys-Davies are in talks with NBC about a possible revival of the 1990s sci-fi series.
Fighting with My Family star Florence Pugh is in talks to join the cast of Marvel Studios' Black Widow movie, starring Scarlett Johansson.
Who are the Ninth Circle and what role has this sinister cabal of evil bankers from the Green Arrow comics played in the events of Arrow season 7?
Black Summer, the prequel series to Z Nation gets its first trailer, which takes a look at the bloody beginnings of the zombie apocalypse.
Shazam director David F. Sandberg and producer Peter Safran both say they plan on returning for a sequel if Warner Bros. moves ahead with one.
NBCUniversal's Syfy network is in the early stages of developing a new TV series based on author Seanan McGuire's Wayward Children book series.