If you've seen Terminator Genisys, you probably have a lot of questions that you're itching to have answered. So do we, and we're sharing a couple of them with you today - with some answers, free of charge. Consider it an upgrade.
McAfee has released this year’s list of Most Toxic Superheroes, i.e. the heroes that are likely to give your computer a virus when searching for them. Check out who all earned this less-than-stellar honor.
The Fourth of July weekend is set for one doozy of a box office throw down between killer robots from the future and a gang of greased-up male strippers, but who will emerge victorious, Terminator: Genisys or Magic Mike XXL?
If the Mike franchise can continue reinventing itself, multiple sequels aren’t just appreciated, they will be demanded.
Ridley Scott has said that while Prometheus isn’t a prequel to Alien, and there may not necessarily be a causal link between the two, it does exist in that world, and the ties between the two are strong indeed.
In an ideal world where the Terminator franchise can go the distance and there aren’t any legal issues preventing crossovers with other properties, these are the comic stories we would want to see be made into a film.
Ever since Iron Man came out in 2008, most of Marvel’s movies have followed each other chronologically, but according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, that may be subject to change at some point.
Topping the box office is hard enough in and of itself, but three times? It's a rare enough feat that we're still scratching our heads over how these 10 did it as long as they did!
Is Terminator Genisys' 3D worth the extra CPU space, or should you dump it in favor of better facial recognition software? We'll tell you inside, as To 3D Or Not To 3D is back to save your wallet from Judgement Day.
Everyone enjoying their summer? Well, the blockbuster train keeps on rolling this week, with two more big flicks hitting the screens. Hitting cinemas everywhere will be both Channing Tatum and Arnold Schwarzenegger making returns to familiar roles, as Magic Mike XXL and Terminator Genisys arrive set to hit theaters nationwide.
Reports have said that the 2017 blockbuster won’t be an origin story, and it’s been said by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige that the film will have a stronger focus on the titular character’s famous sense of humor. But what will being a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe mean for the story?
The last two entries in the Terminator franchise are polarizing among fans and critics alike, but with years since the last entry and a whole host of new stars joining the party, the excitement is building for round 5!
If you were worried the Terminator Genisys in-theater game would be more distracting than exciting, we've got some good news for you. After the jump, read our assessment.
It was back in 2009 that Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart first joined forces on the big screen, playing male and female leads in Greg Mottola’s Adventureland. After a number of years apart, now the two actors are coming back together, but this time around they’re dodging bullets and kicking all kinds of ass.
A new rumor is saying that a Batman solo film written by Christ Terrio and directed by Ben Affleck is on the way in 2018. Here are the five things that need to be included in this potential future Batman project.
Pixar’s latest film, Inside Out, pulls at your heartstrings, thanks in part to the incredible voice cast, but there’s a whole crop of incredible voice cameos that you might have missed if you weren’t using your ears.
Allowing Spider-Man into the MCU gives future writers and directors countless possible avenues for this iconic hero. They’re really only limited by their imagination now. So tell me. What do you hope that Marvel and Sony will do with Spider-Man. Because the future of the hero on screen starts now.
Now that Tom Holland has been cast as the MCU’s Spider-Man, Marvel and Sony need to start thinking about the villain our web-slinging hero will face. Here are our top picks of antagonists that should battle the Wall-Crawler for his next movie.
It seems like just yesterday that 2015 was starting, but already we are more than halfway though the year. And as the calendar flips from June to July, that means that the library of streaming titles at Netflix is due for a shakeup.
There are two very different kind of movies hitting this week. They both involve non-humans, but the similarities basically stop there. We’ve got Ted 2 and Max arriving in theaters - two very different kinds of best friends.