This week sees the the release of Elric Vol. 1: The Ruby Throne, the latest comic book incarnation of Michael Moorcock’s long-lived fantasy series, with creators Julien Blondel, Robin Recht, Didier Poli and Jean Bastide creating what Moorcock himself calls “the best graphic adaptation of the story” to date.
Sony will reboot the teen horror franchise I Know What You Did Last Summer with Oculus' Mike Flanagan writing the script, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
He and co-writer Jeff Howard, with whom Flanagan wrote Oculus, will take a new stab at the 1997 slasher film in which four friends are hunted by a murderer after they cover up an accident in which someone was killed.
The Flash has recruited a star from the original series.
Amanda Pays, who co-starred in CBS' 1990s The Flash TV series opposite John Wesley Shipp's Barry Allen,will reprise her role as Dr. Tina McGee on the upcoming The CW drama, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
New Alan Moore comic book material has become increasingly rare in recent years, with the writer concentrating on his prose novel Jerusalem and his sole ongoing series, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. All the more surprising, then, for Avatar Press to announce an all-new comic from the Watchmen and V for Vendetta writer, spinning out of its ongoing horror series Crossed.
Say what you like about Star Wars, but there’s no denying the fact that it lacked even one scene where Han Solo tried to eat the co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon. Thankfully, Star S’Mores — a new short released online this weekend from Sesame Street — finally rights that wrong.
Another day, another mysterious Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice/Star Wars crossover from Zack Snyder.
The director of the DC Comics sequel tweeted on Saturday a photo of two Gotham City police officers, the newly debuted Batmobile and a Stormtrooper who was being shoved into the cop car, all with an elusive caption: "Case closed."
For the third straight week, the preview for the movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, EL James’ bestselling erotic romance novel, was the most-viewed trailer on YouTube, according to technology firm Zefr which tracks the numbers.