There aren't too many characters like Richard B. Riddick nowadays. He's an old-fashioned sort of anti-hero, whose amoral brutality is tempered by a code of honor. He was great in his first movie, but it turns out that antiheroes have a hard time supporting a franchise. As his new movie, Riddick, sadly proves.
I know Spider-Man's on-again, off-again lust interest is supposed to have bad luck powers, but with Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff voicing the 2099 version of the Black Cat, I can't help but feel like my luck's taken a turn for the better.
With the San Diego Comic-Con right around the corner, Activision pulls back the curtain on the top-tier talent lending their voices to Spider-Man: Edge of Time and X-Men Destiny. It's good to see Val Kilmer is still alive, isn't it?
Break.com gathers Katee Sackhoff, Stan Lee, a rapping Seth Green, and several scantily clad models for this parody of Katy Perry's "California Girls," "Geek and Gamer Girls," which are apparently attractive women who love posing naked with toys.