With its intricate plots and frequent use of symbolism, 'Breaking Bad' is show that rewards close viewing. But there are some behind-the-scenes facts about the show that even hardcore fans might not know.
Find out what happened to proposed movies for Stefon, Hans and Franz, Dieter and other once beloved recurring 'SNL' sketches.
With 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiering this month,' 'Arrow' entering its second season and 'The Walking Dead' season four on the way, we are currently in a renaissance of comic book TV shows.
Imagine for a second that the movie industry operated the same way that TV does. That would mean that every year, tons of half-hour and one-hour movies would be produced, most of which would never see the light of day
When it comes to comic book movie castings, this sort of outrage is nothing new. Just about every announcement comes with some sort of protest, as comic book fans have their own preconceived notions of what the big screen version of their favorite hero or villain should look and sound like.
Take a look back at a time when pretty much any celebrity who could form a sentence on camera (and some who clearly couldn't) got handed a late-night talk show.
With 'Dexter' nearing the end of its final season, talk is brewing about the possibilities of a spin-off. Current showrunner Scott Buck recently signed a development deal with Showtime, prompting talk that the network's hit series could be extended beyond the finale.
While some fans hit Comic-Con to stand in line for hours to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars or comic book creators, we prefer getting something tangible to make up for our achey legs. That's why we have no qualms about lining up to score some of the awesome exclusive toys at the con.
In an attempt to capitalize on the moment before the fervor of fandom surrounding 'World War Z' began to fizzle out, Regal Cinemas offered a $50 "megaticket" that included a digital copy of the movie, a poster, a small popcorn and a pair of 'World War Z' 3D glasses, in addition to admission to the movie. Yup -- $50 to see a Brad Pitt movie.
Don't get us wrong -- we love superhero movies. We're all about going to the theater in the summer and sitting in the cold dark, watching costumed characters punch each other out as we shovel popcorn into our gullets until we almost puke.
That doesn't mean we can't admit that some superhero flicks can get pretty formulaic. Don't believe us? Try this Mad Lib we made and see if you don't wind up with something that sounds like a fairly plausible superhero movie plot.