HBO's "True Blood" promises to bring Bon Temps' supernaturals to the brink. We've already been served up a pretty promising Season 6 trailer, but take a look at the first photos released from the season. (Credit: John P. Johnson/HBO)
They may not be able to fly Lois Lane through the sky faster than a speeding bullet, but the National Guard partnered with Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" to remind audiences that there are plenty of super men and women protecting the country.
New National Guard commercials directed by Zack Snyder will screen before audiences watching the highly-anticipated Superman reboot this summer.
Starz’s "Davinci’s Demons" will finally confront the mystery of the artist's sexuality.
When Friday's episode begins, Leonardo (Tom Riley) is imprisoned after being accused of sodomy. The charge can be viewed as another stab at the Medicis of Florence by their Roman enemies.
But, could there be some truth in the charge? Historically, Da Vinci has been portrayed to be gay, bisexual and/or asexual. Thus far, "Da Vinci's Demons" has emphasized his sexual relationship with Florence beauty Lucrezia (Laura Haddock).
In "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," Caesar conquered humans, and in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," he conquers horses, too.
Andy Serkis -- who plays the founding father of Earth's new dominant species -- rides horseback (as the apes did in the 1968 original) while wearing a motion-capture suit in an on-set picture director Matt Reeves ("Cloverfield") tweeted on Friday.
Following a record-setting third season of "The Walking Dead," AMC is already building excitement for next season by releasing the first image from Season 4.
In the photo, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) hangs out in the woods while a zombie creeps behind him.
Is this a hint of a surprise attack to come? Probably not. At this point, the remaining survivors are able to herd the walking dead like cattle, so it's a safe bet that Rick is fully aware of the danger slowly shuffling toward him.
George Clooney and Sandra Bullock have the worst day any pair of astronauts can have in the first trailer for "Gravity."
The Warner Bros. thriller, directed by Alfonso Cuarón ("Children of Men"), focuses on the two attempting to return to Earth after debris crashes into their space shuttle and leaves them drifting alone in space. But at least they get to watch a beautiful sunrise first.
James McAvoy is sporting a dramatically different look as young Professor Xavier in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Instead of his dapper, well-groomed appearance in "First Class," the young paraplegic telepathic mutant looks like a cast member of "That 70s Show" in an image director Bryan Singer tweeted from the set.
Well said, Joan. If you haven't seen the series, it follows Koplan and her team at JJK Security. They're quirky, have some compelling back-stories and their fair share of eccentricities. Most of all, they're like family.