The Simpsons who are in their 28th season decided to take a unique look at Donald Trump’s first 100 days as President in a new animated short.
A television family that’s become a part of pop culture over the last twenty-eight years will officially set a record after FOX renews the show for two more seasons.
20th Century Fox has set the official release date for X-Men: Apocalypse’s upcoming release to home video.
Hugh Jackman’s “Wolverine 3” will be the actor’s finale time portraying one of the more interesting heroes seen on the big screen and now we’re getting an early look at the actor on set.
Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh on the big screen once put the “A” in action and the bad guys running in fear. Now Fox is trying to bring that same magic to the small screen this fall.
If you listened to my Podcast on the movie Deadpool then you’ll want to tune in to my friends over at the True Believers, as we talk more on the comic book side of the character.
Fox and its infinite wisdom has gone a head an ordered a pilot for a television series based on one of the best buddy-cop movies to come out of Hollywood. Good or Bad idea?
I’ve never been a huge fan of Hollywood’s reboot and remakes when it comes to the movies and now it seems it’s becoming a popular idea when it comes to television as well.
FXX will air the longest running marathon in TV history, showing all 25 seasons of the long running animated comedy show “The Simpsons,” all 552 episodes plus “The Simpsons Movie” in chronological order from August 21 through September 1.
Before there was Batman, there was GOTHAM.
The new television series will tell the origin story of Commissioner Gordon beginning with his days as a rookie detective in Gotham City.