The Stephen King horror novella is ready to envelop television as a drama pilot for Spike TV.
Gale Anne Hurd will produce the drama, based on the bestselling "Pendergrast" novels by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
Channing Tatum's performance of "Run the World (Girls)" on Spike TV's "Lip Sync Battle" featured a surprise guest -- Beyonce herself.
J. Michael Straczynski is writing and executive producing the adaptation of author Kim Stanley Robinson's bestselling sci-fi trilogy.
Spike TV announced "World War III," a new drama series from exec producer Bryan Singers, which follows the war heroes of the next world war.
The drama centers on a cemetery caretaker forced to participate in an illegal market for human tissue to protect his daughter.
The Rock's rendition of the Taylor Swift hit on "Lip Sync Battle" is even better than we imagined.
The action star teases his appearance on Spike TV's "Lip Sync Battle" with a clip of his high-energy rendition of the hit song.
The sci-fi drama is an ambitious adaptation of Kim Stanley Robinson's acclaimed trilogy about man's attempts to terraform and colonize Mars.
Vince Gerardis will bring Kim Stanley Robinson's popular Mars trilogy to the cable channel.
After a big weekend of high ratings for "The Walking Dead" TV show and a big presence at NYCC, Robert Kirkman gets a national spotlight for his comics tonight in Spike's Scream Awards as he prepares for back-to-back issue #100s.
As he reaches to the finale of his acclaimed IDW series "Locke & Key," Joe Hill reflects on comics in the modern horror landscape, plots the end of book with Charles Dickens in mind and has hopes for the life of the well-received pilot.
With Spike TV's Annual Scream Awards just around the corner, CBR presents the first of a series of chats with nominated creators as "Hellboy's" Mike Mignola talks returning to the drawing board for "Hellboy In Hell."
The legendary Marvel creator explains how he rode a giant spider float, lobbied for more screen time in "Spider-Man 4," acquiesced a fanboy request from Quentin Tarantino, and more,all in a single night.
Spike TV has released the list of nominations for the "SCREAM 2009" movie awards with "Star Trek" topping the list at 17 and "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and "Watchmen" tied with 13 nominations apiece.
CBR Staff Photographer Pinguino Kolb was on the red carpet at Spike TV's 2008
Scream Awards, where she grabbed shots of comics luminaries like Frank Miller,
Stan Lee, Brian K. Vaughan, and Mike Mignola.
CBR News attended Spike TV’s third annual Scream Awards at the Greek
Theatre in Los Angeles, where comics and comic book movies reigned supreme,
with "The Dark Knight" taking home 12 trophies.