The Walking Dead's zombie extraordinaire has been talking about the upcoming season.
Vincent Ralph discusses the desire of many to seek out spoilers for Game of Thrones.
Marvel is betting audiences will pack theaters for another massive team-up movie just one year after the Avengers last assembled on screen.
Back in 2009 a Finnish company called Rovio launched its 52nd video game. Its premise was simple: players would use their smartphone touchscreen – still a relative novelty two years after the first iPhone came out – to control a catapult. Swine flu was in the news, so the enemies would be pigs. The missiles? A flock of angry birds.
Ellen DeGeneres is helping to bring a film adaptation of the 2007 BBC One series Jekyll to the big screen.
Taylor Swift raked in almost double that of any other musician in the industry during 2015.
The Walking Dead has to do something truly mind-blowing to win back the fans frustrated by its most recent decision.
Golden Years are truly golden, especially if you take to robbing banks!
Vincent Ralph looks ahead to Groundhog Day's eagerly anticipated opening night.
After the damp squib that was 2013’s Britney Jean, fans could be forgiven for approaching Glory with some trepidation.
After years of being patronised, Gary Numan is recognised as a pioneer of electronic music and there is pure pop inspiration in the elegant, haunted singles of his heyday.
How is it possible to explain why Ben Affleck, star of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, is sitting pretty in sixth place on Forbes’ 2016 list of the highest-paid male stars in Hollywood with a whopping $43m in fees, while Harrison Ford, who headlined Star Wars: The Force Awakens, languishes down in 20th position with just $15m in earnings over the past year?