The late sci-fi author's flair for fascinating, futuristic concepts led to I Am Legend, The Incredible Shrinking Man, Real Steel, and Twilight Zone and Star Trek episodes.
Were we right to be excited about 'The Avengers,' 'Les Miserables,' and, uh, 'The Great Gatsby'?
For decades, storytellers used the bloodsucking undead to portray sexual deviancy. But Stephenie Meyer changed all that.
The show returns to fine form for its experimental episode "Walk With Me."
Most viral jokes are only funny for a while, but that's always been the case with political humor.
A new book reveals that even series creator George R.R. Martin once had his doubts about making 'Game of Thrones' into a TV show.
A conversation with Damian Lewis, who plays conflicted returning POW Nicholas Brody on the Showtime series
The show's last episode of the half-season raises the question: Is the end near for Walter White?
As the first part of the final season comes to a close, one truth is increasingly clear: Walter was never good to begin with.
James Bond, Abe Lincoln, and some heavyweights of classic literature will all make it to the big screen this fall.
This week's episode shows just how much the characters have evolved in their calculated use of science.
Fear makes up a big part of entertainment for young people, and when done right, can be empowering.
"Breaking Bad"'s main character is making more and more enemies in this last season.
Hollywood's vision of Washington, D.C. has remained remarkably consistent in the decades leading up to 'The Campaign.'
Why Walter White can't shake the events of the past year
The prolific science-fiction writer inspired a generation's worth of thought-provoking, often eerily prophetic films.
'Step Up Revolution' is Hollywood's latest attempt to apply the 'Saturday Night Fever' formula to new eras.
The show's drug dealers get into the business to protect and provide for their wives, girlfriends, and children—but devotion to family can be costly.
Who can't relate to at least one version of the caped crusader?
Film franchises like 'Ice Age' and 'Lord of the Rings' are getting more sprawling—and more lucrative.