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Paul Bettany also discusses working with the Russo Brothers and Joss Whedon.
Here's a deliriously detailed Star Wars print that follows the paths of iconic heroes and villains.
Thanks to Ian McShane, this fan favorite character may finally return on Game of Thrones.
That giant, planet-sized weapon in the poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens? It might be exactly what you think it is ... sort of. Possible spoilers ahead!
The CW’s little corner of the DC universe is getting a whole lot bigger in a few weeks, and now we have some fresh intel on the latest crossover between Arrow and The Flash.
The first pic from production on DC’s Wonder Woman film has leaked out, and it gives us a peek at Star Trek alum Chris Pine as legendary comic character Steve Trevor.
Who turns down the Doctor? Tom Hanks, sadly.
Michael Douglas is really hoping for one little thing when/if he returns for director Peyton Reed's Ant-Man sequel.
Marvel's most terrifying villain yet is set to make his debut in Marvel's Jessica Jones.
May this fourth Star Wars: The Force Awakens TV spot be with you.
The Internet is an amazing place, and gives fans of just about anything the space and medium to think way too hard about them. This week’s fascinating fan theory is brought to you by Jurassic World.
After dipping a toe back into the space waters last season, Syfy is launching its most ambitious space opera this side of Battlestar Galactica in a few weeks. Now, we have a fresh look at The Expanse.
It might look cool, but Kylo Ren’s lightsaber has been one of the most controversial aspects of J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now we finally know the story behind the design.
Spoiler Alert: The following discusses plot points from Sunday Night's The Walking Dead Season 6 episode, "Always Accountable."
For those of you keeping score, Ridley Scott has tossed out a new title for his Alien/Prometheus sequel/prequel.
Blastr's editors weigh in on the biggest stories of the week in our new podcast. This week, there can be only one...and it ain't Highlander.
This week, our writers dive into post-apocalyptics wastelands, Marvel's latest offering, and more. What's on your pop culture agenda?
Here's a preview for Syfy's prestige sci-fi series based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel Childhood's End.
It may not have the clout of The Hunger Games, but the Divergent saga has been slowly building its box-office base over the past few years. But now Tris’ journey is coming to an end.