We're not so sure how to feel about this...
This is one dark-looking superhero show!
Usually DC movies (The Dark Knight, Man Of Steel) are the dark and gritty ones while Marvel keeps it lighter and more colorful.
But it looks like they're doing the exact opposite with their first Netflix show Daredevil.
Just check out the first photos (above) of the Man Without Fear's costume!
Based on an origin story from the comic books, this Matt Murdock will be wearing
We're not so sure how to feel about this…
Stephen Collins spoke for the first time on camera since his molestation claims came out, and boy did he share a lot of information on the case on Friday night.
Katie Couric sat down with 7th Heaven star for a Yahoo! and 20/20 interview, and in it, he admitted to exposing himself to underage girls at three separate instances that took place in 1973, 1982, and 1994.
For those about to rock, we salute you!
There is finally confirmation that, after over a decade, there WILL be a School of Rock musical!
The 2003 movie, starring Jack Black, will make its way to Broadway in 2015, thanks to the actor and more famous theatrical
Andrew Lloyd Webber will write new music, in addition to some of the
Like crippling at the knees freaking out over 1D fan.
Well, she may be exaggerating just a TEENY bit for their upcoming appearance on Saturday Night Live, but it looks like her obsession has only increased…
The American Hustle actress' newest promos for her hosting stint on SNL have emerged and in these ones she's actually WITH Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, and Louis Tomlinson and the result is HIGHlarious!
Not to mention it involves some forced mistletoe meetings! LOL!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlariousness (below)!!!
CAN YOU EVEN CONTAIN YOURSELVES RIGHT NOW?!?!
The first trailer for the upcoming third season of the absolutely brilliant show Orphan Black has premiered and it's SUCH A TEASE.
Not to mention, it came along with the announcement for when Tatiana Maslany's beautiful mug would premiere on television again…
We only have to wait ’til
Craig Ferguson finally bids farewell to the Late Late Show tonight!
But since the show actually records much earlier in the day, we're going to act like fortune tellers and reveal your television future!
Like fortune telling, this also involves stars!
Craig was his own musical guest, singing the song Bang Your Drum along with the band Bone Patrol and Sex Pistols alum Steve Jones!