This is pretty exciting news: Vin Diesel has announced that he’s intending on developing two Riddick sequels: a fourth film titled Furia, and a television show titled Merc City.
To err is human, to forgive divine. So I guess if you forgive these people and companies for making some of the most moronic decisions of this year, you're a god. Congratulations! Now cast your divine attention to learning how DC, Cartoon Network, Disney and more bungled their way through 2013.
It's no secret that Vin Diesel, the gravely-voiced star of Pitch Black and the new film Riddick, likes video games. So it makes sense that there have been two solid Riddick games already—and now we're getting a new one.
Vin Diesel just wants to be restrained in the latest teaser trailer for the third Chronicles of Riddick movie.
A Danish mother has at last paid back years of refrigerator finger-paintings of her as a stick figure with circle boobies and a triangle skirt. Nothing says motherly love like a Riddick box cover painting.