Another Classic Flash TV Show Star Joins The New Series

We knew that TV's original Barry Allen, played in the 1990 series by John Wesley Shipp, had been cast in the new Flash TV show as Barry Allen's dad. But now his co-star Amanda Pays joins him, reprising her original character Dr. Tina McGee — another S.T.A.R. Labs scientist helping the Flash understand his powers. » 9/16/14 6:40am Today 6:40am

This New Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Trailer Is Stunningly Epic

Two things this new trailer for Mockingjay Part 1 trailer has over the San Diego Comic-Con teaser: 1) it has a lot more Katniss, and 2) it is epic as hell. We're already losing our minds that we're going to have to wait until November 20th, 2015, for Part 2, and Part 1 isn't due until this November! » 9/15/14 9:40am Yesterday 9:40am

Deleted Scene Reveals Harley Quinn Had A Second Appearance On Arrow

Before you get too excited, please know we don't have footage of that deleted scene. But the good news is that it's apparently on the Arrow season 2 DVD and Blu-ray set, which comes out tomorrow — and reports are that Harley Quinn makes a full appearance in the season 2 finale, and not just a voice cameo. » 9/15/14 6:40am Yesterday 6:40am

James McAvoy Will Star In X-Men: Apocalypse, But His Hair Might Not

Actor James McAvoy, who plays Charles Xavier/Professor X in the nu-X-Men movie franchise, told HuffPo that the only thing he knows about his character in the upcoming, 1980s-set sequel Apocalypse that he believes he's "losing my hair finally." So check that off the list of cinematic X-universe discrepancies. » 9/11/14 5:30pm Thursday 5:30pm

Alan Moore Just Wrote A Novel So Enormous People Can't Pick It Up

The acclaimed author of Watchmen has recently finished his second novel, Jerusalem. Two interesting facts about it: 1) it's not set in Jerusalem, but Northampton, England, and 2) at over one million words, it's almost twice the size of Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. Moore has said he doubts people will even be able to … » 9/11/14 2:20pm Thursday 2:20pm

Andrew Garfield Blames Sony For Amazing Spider-Man 2's Non-Amazingness

Forget the Sinister Six; if Andrew Garfield is correct, Spider-Man's most dangerous foes may be Sony executives. The star says the reason Amazing Spider-Man 2 flopped is because of interference from the studio, which removed too much of the story and left the movie a bit of a mess. » 9/11/14 12:56pm Thursday 12:56pm

Critics Hail Gotham As The Fall's "Most Promising" New Show

Didn't expect this! The Television Critics Association has hailed Gotham as the most promising series of the fall season" in a new poll, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Seeing as the TCA probably isn't as biased in favor of Batman-related entertainment as most of us are, that's very encouraging news. » 9/10/14 1:54pm Wednesday 1:54pm

The Walking Dead Creator Knows How It's Gonna End, Just Not When

Anyone worried that the hit zombie comic or the TV series might endlessly continue until the real world itself was finally overcome by the living dead, you may now breathe a sigh of relief. Creator/writer Robert Kirkman does have an ending in mind for the series, he just doesn't know when he's going to get around to… » 9/09/14 5:00pm 9/09/14 5:00pm

The Guardians Of The Galaxy's Anime Debut Must Be Seen To Be Believed

You may remember Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers, the ridiculous, Beyblade/Pokémon-esque anime series in Japan, designed solely to sell Marvel merch to young kids. Well, the Guardians of the Galaxy are making their debut in the show next week, and OH MY GOD WHY DO THEY LOOK LIKE THAT » 9/09/14 12:38pm 9/09/14 12:38pm

​8 Things From The Flash Comics The TV Show Desperately Needs To Avoid

We couldn't be more excited about The Flash TV series, debuting on October 7th. But that's doesn't mean we're not a little worried, too. The Flash comics are filled with goofiness, weirdness and a touch of pure stupidity that we hope never make it to the TV show — here's eight "Flash facts" the show can skip. » 9/09/14 10:30am 9/09/14 10:30am