His power is going from brunette to blond and back again.
Oh right, I forgot that NBC Heroes reboot was happening.Read More
This was bound to happen sooner or later.Read More
Hint: He's a he, and he's also a J.J. Abrams regular. Give up? It's...Read More
As delicious as it looks, I kinda feel like I wouldn't be able to eat this burger from the pop-up Pikachu café in Tokyo. Instead I'd probably just let it follow me around while I eat food shaped like other Pokémon.Read More
Like so many eclipses and/or Petrelli-based explosions, Heroes Reborn is fast approaching and there is nothing we can do about it. But you know what would get a lot of us on board with the NBC series reboot? If they brought back Claude Rains, AKA The Invisible Man -- AKA Christopher Eccleston. Yeah. that'd do it.Read More
Ah, 2006; that innocent time when Twitter was brand-new, Pluto was still a planet, and Heroes was the best show on TV. Little did we know that slowly, over the next few years, this wonderful superhero drama would become a sad version of the show we once loved. But don't worry, Heroes fans (?), because NBC is
out of original ideas bringing it back.
Yeah. We're surprised, too. During last night's Olympic coverage, NBC announced that Heroes will return as a stand-alone miniseries in 2015. 13 episodes of Heroes Reborn (no, not that Heroes Reborn) are on the docket, with Tim Kring, the original series' creator, back in command. NBC's press release is predictably vague on details, though NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke does suggest that some familiar faces may make an appearance.Read More
France's second-biggest city, Marseille, has been plagued with gang crime for months, and the problem is only getting worse. With the police seemingly incapable of bringing law and order to the streets, Marseille residents have reacted in the only reasonable manner available to them -- they've called for help from Batman.Read More