One of the most popular television series of the 2000s is getting a reboot.
Fox revealed on Friday that is has officially ordered a pilot for 24: Legacy, “a potential new series installment of the groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning drama franchise most recently revived as the event series 24: Live Another Day.” More →
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens out of the way and the unstoppable freight train that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe temporarily on hold until May, everyone is shifting their focus to Deadpool. Despite some occasional misfires from 20th Century Fox, everyone is uncharacteristically confident about the antihero who constantly breaks the fourth wall. More →
Between a new trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence over the weekend, a leaked trailer for Star Trek Beyond on Monday and the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens later this week, we officially have enough sci-fi entertainment to last us into 2017. Which is why two weeks of new Deadpool content should come as a welcome reprieve.
At the moment, Fantastic Four is sitting at 9% on RottenTomatoes, making it one of the most critically panned comic book films in history. Unless the score starts trending upwards any time soon, Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot will officially be worse than 1997’s Batman & Robin in the eyes of critics.
Taking all this into consideration, it’s not surprising to see that fans of the classic comic are desperate to get the characters out of Fox’s hands. More →
After weeks of rolling our eyes, we’re finally done hate-watching True Detective, but sadly, that leaves us with one less show to fill our DVRs with every week. In fact, the schedule is looking pretty thin until the fall premieres start landing next month, but on Monday, three upcoming pilots leaked on to torrent sites weeks in advance of their scheduled debuts. More →
As if the overwhelmingly negative reviews for Fantastic Four weren’t enough to convince you to see another movie this weekend, the director himself has piled on as well with a proclamation of his own. Last night, Josh Trank took to Twitter to express his frustration with the final product hitting theaters this weekend, but within moments, the tweet was gone. More →
Earlier this year, Fox announced that it was interested in bringing the X-Men franchise to television. Fox entertainment chairman Gary Newman said at the time that he was “cautiously optimistic” about the deal with Marvel, but that it would still be a while before the studio turned its focus to the creative side of things.
On Thursday, our interest was reignited when Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden told The Hollywood Reporter that an agreement might be right around the corner. More →
It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone to the Marvel universe’s most famous family.