Heather Crosby

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More new footage in latest Man of Steel TV spots

If last week’s fourth trailer wasn’t enough to whet your appetite for <b>Man of Steel</b>, Warner Bros. has released two new TV spots for the Zack …

New Man of Steel featurettes

Three new production featurettes for Zack Snyder’s upcoming <b>Superman</b> film <b>Man of Steel</b> have been released (below) by Norton Anti-Virus. Yup. You know – …

Saoirse Ronan up for Scarlet Witch Role in AVENGERS 2?

Chris Evans Discusses CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

Star Trek Into Darkness: how it was made, by the people who made it

You know how it went: in 2009 JJ Abrams – creator of Lost, director of Mission: Impossible 3 – exhumed the rotting corpse of Star Trek, not only …

50 Franchises For Jennifer Lawrence

She-Ra<p><b>The Franchise:</b> A He-Man spin-off starring the Princess of Power, who just so happens to be old granite-pecs' sister. She was stolen by mean old …

Special Features - Doctor Who: The Clara Conundrum

<b>Co-Editor Liam Trim ponders the problem of Doctor Who’s new companion….</b><p>Steven Moffat has clearly set us viewers a conundrum, as well as the Doctor …

Benedict Cumberbatch will appear in The Hobbit

<b>Benedict Cumberbatch is set to appear in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit alongside Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman.</b><p>The pair were at the TV Baftas last …

King Arthur tales 'penned in Oxford chapel'

<b>A medieval tome which popularised the story of King Arthur is thought to have been written in a lost Oxford chapel.</b><p>Researchers now believe Geoffrey of Monmouth's The History of the Kings of Britain was penned at St George's chapel, before it was demolished to make way for Oxford Castle.<p>Deeds from …

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice: Party like it’s 1813

BBC News<p>The BBC has recreated the Netherfield ball from Jane Austen's classic, Pride and Prejudice. What would this occasion really have been like?<p>It is a truth universally acknowledged that many of us harbour a secret desire to wear a bonnet and dance a reel with Mr Darcy at the Netherfield …

Book Review: The Plantagenets | Open Letters Monthly - an Arts and Literature Review

It seems almost impertinent these days to mention English monarchs who aren’t Tudors. The New Release tables at your nearest evil chain bookstore are …