Acclaimed comic writer Grant Morrison says the Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman is all wrong.
Are we to assume all of today's blockbuster franchises are continuing series and not self-contained stories?
Are Twitter reviews really hurting film criticism or does the industry need to change as much as criticism has?
A fan site has put together a full synopsis for Star Wars: The Force Awakens based on internet rumors, prompting a look at today's spoiler culture.
"Game of Thrones" fans are up-in-arms after the final scene in the latest episode of season 5, "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken", but is it fair to judge a show for living up to the morals it has introduced since the very first episode?
Jennifer Lawrence is the latest member of the $20 million club, as the star is set to account for 20% or more of the budget for sci-fi romance Passengers while Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are negotiating the same for the future of Jump Street.
Will audiences even believe their eyes or are we conditioned to believe it's all fake? Mad Max: Fury Road and Mission: Impossible 5 are promoting their practical effects and stunt work, but will audiences even notice?
Filmmakers like Terence Nance and Nicolas Winding Refn have come out to praise what could be a cult film in the making, Ryan Gosling's Lost River.
What movies make you cry? The Academy asked Daniel Radcliffe, Lupita Nyong'o, Terrence Howard, Jennifer Garner, Ralph Fiennes and others, but what do you say?
Pixar has two films in 2015, Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur, will they help make 2015 a good year for studio animated movies after a lackluster 2014?