If Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad are any indication, the DC Cinematic Universe is going to be much darker and grimmer than Marvel’s. But a new rumor suggests it’ll eventually get a big dash of fun and color, thanks to the misfit pairing of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle.
Transformers is going the way of a shared universe, and last month it announced that Akiva Goldsman would head up a writers room full of talent to oversee a new shared universe. And the people they’ve picked have very recognizable names.
We still don't know when Armada, Ernie Cline's next book, is coming out. But now we have something else to look forward to — he's writing a followup to his novel about people in a dark future who are obsessed with 80s video games, Ready Player One.
At the Comic-Con Alphas panel yesterday, the show's producers revealed that Summer Glau, Brent Spiner, Garret Dillahunt, and the Bionic Woman herself, Lindsay Wagner, would guest-star on SyFy's new superhuman crimesolving drama. After this reveal, we went behind the scenes with the show's team to learn about what's…
SyFy's new genetic misfit crimestoppers show Alphas will inevitably bring to mind the X-Men and Heroes, but the program has some quirks that could differentiate itself from the superhuman pack. Namely, a Machiavellian granola leader who loves glam rock.
Syfy has picked up the pilot for Alphas, a show about a team of superpowered people whose enhanced neurological abilities come at a crippling price. But can a great show come from the man who wrote X-Men: The Last Stand?
Despite being burnt by experiences writing the last two X-Men movies, screenwriter Zak Penn told an audience at the Los Angeles Film Festival that he's excited to be writing the upcoming Avengers movie. The big difference? Guest-stars and co-operation, apparently.