Yesterday, it was announced that our future stay in Pandora will be longer than expected. Three sequels to the James Cameron blockbuster 'Avatar' are currently being prepared, with the first expected to drop in 2016. But this begs the question: are you still even excited about returning to that world?
One of the most talked-about movies of the summer is 'Pacific Rim,' which seemed like the ultimate fanboy movie leading up to its release but has failed to light up the domestic box office (despite plenty of enthusiastic notices from movie geeks and critics alike). However, thanks to a surge in overseas box office (particularly China), the film just may end up getting a sequel, against all odds. But would you want to see it?
Yesterday brought us the news that The CW and DC Entertainment are working on bringing 'The Flash' to television. Although The CW president stated that this wouldn't necessarily affect a potential big-screen adaptation, which would you prefer? 'Flash,' the TV show, or 'Flash,' the movie?
Here we are, the last month of the summer movie season. While most of the major releases are behind us, there are still plenty of films to look forward to. So which August flick do you want to see the most?
This past weekend, 'The Wolverine' made headlines for all the wrong reasons with a $55 million domestic opening that has been deemed a disappointment in just about every way. This leads us to wonder: is the 'X-Men' franchise coming close to extinction?
Summer TV has been pretty good lately, with a plethora of shows available for the many of us who choose to spend their nights in the cool confines of the living room. So which drama series airing right now is your favorite?
After a long, long road to the big screen, we finally get to see Logan take part in his definitive solo adventure in James Mangold's 'The Wolverine.' How high is your excitement level for the much-anticipated continuation?
Just the other day, for a hot minute, we were hearing rumors that J.J. Abrams was thinking of dropping out of 'Star Wars: Episode 7.' This was quickly debunked by Lucasfilm, which seemed to disappoint those who were hoping the rumor was true. Were you one of the ones hoping Abrams was actually leaving 'Star Wars'?
We now know that Warner Bros. and DC will be focusing on a Batman and Superman team-up movie next, instead of a traditional sequel to 'Man of Steel.' Is this the right move?
Another San Diego Comic-Con is in the books, but that doesn't mean we're going to stop talking about it, especially after the many "holy crap!" moments and awesome revelations this one had to offer. From the Batman/Superman team-up to the title of 'The Avengers 2,' Comic-Con 2013 was epic indeed. So which piece of news did you find the most exciting?