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The Mercs Arrive in Latest Riddick Pic!

Vin Diesel updated his Facebook page with yet another still from his latest film and - you guessed it - we have it for you right here. Now you can dig it without people you haven't talked to in decades trying to chat with you in that right-hand corner of your Facebook screen!

Vin Diesel Gets Direction in Latest Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking Images

More eye candy from the third Chronicles of Riddick film is here featuring everyone's favorite Furyan getting some direction from the man who truly controls his destiny... director David Twohy!

New Riddick Images Have a Bone to Pick

Vin Diesel has posted two more images from the latest chapter in The Chronicles of Riddick franchise, tentatively known as Dead Man Stalking, one of which features our favorite Furian toting around what appears to be a bone-like weapon. Check 'em out!

Riddick Goes One-on-One with Dave Bautista

When you have a star with the physical stature of Vin Diesel, you need to have him face off against someone bigger than he is or there are just no stakes. Well, for the next film in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise, the stakes have officially been raised to a brutish level.

Latest Still from The Chronicles of Riddick Really Floats Our Boat

After taking a look at the latest still from this week's filming, it appears that production on The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking is going swimmingly well. Read on for a peek at the Furyan left for dead...

Official Plot Details and Casting News Comes in for Latest Riddick Film

For months there's been speculation regarding casting news, etc., for the third film in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise tentatively known as Dead Man Stalking, but now all of the official info is finally here.

Karl Urban Back for More in The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking!

Not to be outdone by Michelle Rodriguez, who's now making a healthy habit of reprising characters in sequels (though both of hers were dead), another actor who once tangoed with Riddick is coming back to the franchise!

Priest CENTRAL - Read the Review, Watch the Interviews, and More!

Trying to decide if you should go see Priest 3D this weekend? Let us help you with that decision with a compilation of our past coverage on this big-screen adaptation of the beloved graphic novel series.

Scott Stewart's Priest Wraps Up Production

Thanks once again to the all-powerful Twitter, we've heard straight from the horse's mouth (in this case, director Scott Stewart's) that production on Screen Gems' adaptation of Min-Woo Hyung's Tokyo Pop comic Priest is a wrap!

Priest and Roommate Release Date Changes

The upcoming suspense thriller The Roommate was originally planned to debut on October 1, 2010. The good news is that you'll be able to catch the Christian Christiansen-directed flick a few weeks earlier, on September 17, 2010. Read on for more info...

Madchen Amick to See a Priest

Fans of "Californication" will be happy to find out that their favorite milf will soon be contending with a lot more than just unleashed libidos and the ever wandering penis of Hank Moody. Madchen Amick has just signed on to co-star in Priest for Screen Gems.

True Blood's Stephen Moyer Joins Priest

"True Blood" fans are going to get their chance to see one of their favorite small screen vamps in theatres as Bill Compton himself has joined the cast of Priest.

Karl Urban Dons a Black Hat for Priest

Well before he hit the big time as Eomer in LOTR: The Two Towers and LOTR: Return of the King, Karl Urban caught our eye in a little Kiwi flick called The Irrefutable Truth About Demons. And now it looks like he'll be returning to his horror roots in Screen Gems' Priest as he was cast to play the film's big bad known as Black Hat.

Karl Urban Joins And Soon the Darkness

Yet more cast members have assumed roles in the And Soon the Darkness remake, joining the previously announced Odette Yustman and Amber Heard -- notably, The Irrefutable Truth About Demons' Karl Urban. What? You were expecting me to mention one of those low-budget rinky-dink Hobbit flicks?