Whether it's bow-and-arrow-wielding vigilantes, aliens next door, the breakdown of all technology or possible nuclear war, the upcoming fall season of television brings with it a lot of new genre television. But which of the new shows are you most looking forward to?
If Warners and DC Entertainment have their collective corporate hearts set on building a movie Justice League, then what characters should be part of the team? We've had a Green Lantern movie, we're used to cinematic Batmen and Man of Steel is coming out next year. But which other DC Universe characters should make their celluloid debuts in order to graduate to the Big League?
The Amazing Spider-Man opens today, giving audiences the chance to finally work out those Emma Stone-as-Gwen Stacy issues, and see if Andrew Garfield is less annoying than Tobey Maguire as everyone's favorite friendly neighborhood wall crawler (But, really, how could he not be?). But there's one question that everyone's been asking: Did we actually need it to be a reboot?
With the weekend box office receipts tallied, check in to see how CBR readers did in predicting how much Marvel Studios' "The Avengers" would earn in it's North American opening weekend.
CBR's latest poll results are in, and they indicate that the controversy and discussion of "Before Watchmen" has had an effect on readers' decisions to purchase the upcoming prequels.
The number of classic television shows that I've never seen an episode of is truly embarrassing. If you list any ten shows that 'most everyone lists as a great series, chances are I'll be lacking at least a couple from my personal viewing. Which leads me to wonder: How many people need to tell you to watch something before you'll finally do it?
Summer 2011 has already started, with this week's release of teaser trailers for both Green Lantern and Cowboys and Aliens. But did either of them make you wish you could jump in a time machine and get in line for the theater already?
The start of AMC's much-buzzed-about Rubicon tonight (After two sneak previews of the pilot earlier this summer) has me wondering: Now that we're beginning to see advertising for next season's shows appearing on air, what show are you most excited about?
Avatar is being re-released in theaters this August in IMAX 3D with eight extra minutes of never before seen footage to sweeten the deal. But is that enough to bring you back again?
This week's poll-that-isn't-always-a-poll is a no-brainer: With Marvel announcing Jeph Loeb as their head of TV and talking about live-action programming for both ABC and ABC Family, what characters and/or stories would you want to see translated into television shows?
The triumphant (Well, I liked it) return of Futurama this week shows the value of giving shows another chance - As well as rubbing in just how many series have been canceled while they still had so much more to give. So here's an obvious question for you all: Which canceled show deserves a second chance?