"Scott Pilgrim" director talks soundtrack. Jon Favreau reveals the identity of the backlit Cowboy. Screenwriters talk "Tintin." Also, "Comic-Con" documentary in the works and more.
Syfy is taking a leaf from comic book culture and crossing over two of its popular dramas this August, as characters from Warehouse 13 and Eureka switch series for a couple of special episodes.
A $60-million lawsuit filed last week against NBC and Tim Kring alleges the traveling carnival that menaced the final season of Heroes is "virtually" identical to the one in the comic Carnival of Souls. But is there anything to the claims? See for yourself.
"The Avengers" to take on Skrulls? "Smallville" gets a tenth season, but it will be the last. "Conan" takes itself very seriously. Also, "Jonah Hex" TV spots, "Best Worst Movie," and more.
The official announcement of The CW's fall schedule includes potential spoilers about the direction Supernatural will take following the apocalyptic showdown in the Season 5 finale.
Allison Mack has confirmed that she won't return as a series regular for Smallville's 10th and final season. The departure of Mack, who plays Chloe Sullivan, leaves star Tom Welling as the last remaining original cast member.
MTV has granted a series order to Teen Wolf, a combination drama and buddy-comedy based on the 1985 Michael J. Fox movie. Tyler Posey will star as Scott McCall, a dorky teen who becomes a lycanthrope after being attacked by a wolf.
NBC has released a full-length trailer for The Event, the upcoming series billed as a high-octane conspiracy thriller about an eclectic group of strangers who become entangled in a web of international intrigue that could change the fate of mankind.
CBS has unveiled the opening sequence to its remake of Hawaii Five-O, which features an updated version of Morton Stevens' classic theme.
"Conchords" star joins "Men in Black 3," Blake Lively discusses "Green Lantern" wire-work, the first photo from "Cowboys & Aliens", "Heroes" creator talks brand extension and more.
ABC has rolled out a preview for No Ordinary Family, a series about a family that gains superhuman abilities in a freak plane crash. It gets worse for our wholesome heroes: The network has scheduled their show opposite of Glee.