Our first look at the next generation of X-Men is here—and things aren’t looking too hot for Charles Xavier and his friends, old and new. Apocalypse has come to wreak... errr, the Apocalypse!
While America is still adjusting a black Captain America, Hollywood producers should be catering to Hispanic ladies over 25 because, money.
This weekend, a rag-tag band of a-list celebrities gathered together to celebrate a movie about fighting robots in which they had acted. For some reason, almost every woman wore pink. Hugh Jackman did the Wolverine pose a few times, and Jennifer Lawrence almost fell over (again).
Documentarian Amy Berg is preparing to exposing the seedy underbelly of Hollywood’s sex abuse rings, and that includes X-Men director Bryan Singer’s recent lawsuit.
Tons of people are saying a woman can't star in a superhero movie. (Just like they probably said an interconnected superhero universe couldn't happen at the movies.) Stan Lee says there's no need. But a good superheroine movie is necessary and doable. Here are eight ways to make a movie about a female superhero movie…
Labor Day isn't just an excuse to barbecue or squeeze in one last trip to the beach; it's also the day we remember the contributions of workers to society. These scifi, fantasy, and superheroines pay tribute to the wartime labor icon Rosie the Riveter—and show off their guns.
If you don't like having comic book movie plots spoiled years in advance, this year's Comic-Con probably wasn't for you. If, however, you enjoy seeing Ian McKellen try to literally charm the pants off of his X-Men: Days of Future Past co-star Michael Fassbender, then this year's Comic-Con was probably the best thing…
You're not a geek just because you like science fiction, I know that much, and you're not a geek just because you saw The Lord of the Rings (each movie three times, in the theaters, including the midnight rerelease?)...maybe that makes you a geek.
- Sara Trumble, the nanny who used to take care of wee Beatrice McCartney, is suing Bea's mum, Heather Mills, because "Mills required her to blow-dry Mills' hair, work unreasonable hours, and spray-tan a naked Mills."
Stressed out? Overwhelmed? Don't despair! August Glamour is here to calm you down, using weird-ass imagery and bizarre advice. Public nudity, pseudoscience, and vagina superheroes...by clicking on the cover image.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute's annual gala: Oh, it happened all right. And though you now know who made it into the the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly category of "fashion's Oscars," we know you're just dying to know what the media themselves had to say about the yearly orgy of fashion and fame. (At…
While doing nice girlfriend duty last night and sitting through X-men: The Last Stand, I couldn't help but realize that the man that directed this pile of garbage has probably seen Lindsay Lohan's firecrotch. No wonder the film is so bad, Brett Ratner's post-traumatic stress disorder obviously made it hard to…