The best-selling author of Red Moon pays homage to the legend who inspired him and countless other inventive writers.
Plus: We hope you like vampires!
I Am Legend arrives on DVD March 18th and one of the bonus features is the film's darker original ending, which we think is much better than the reshot one they ultimately went with.
Ten American cities we'd love to see turned into an on-screen crater.
Like many New Yorkers, we've spent a good deal of time trying to figure out why I Am Legend wasn't the brilliant movie we'd expected.
A DVD screener for Will Smith's new I Am Legend leaked onto BitTorrent sites last night, causing some to wonder (us, at least) why the heck one ever existed in the first place.
Will Smith's I Am Legend took in an astounding $76.5 million over the weekend, besting expectations and shattering the record for the biggest December opening of all time (previously held by 2003's Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King).
Plus quotes from Wesley Snipes, Tavis Smiley, and Paul McCartney.
From Ghostbusters 2 to The Day After Tomorrow.
Might I Am Legend star Will Smith's increasingly erratic behavior cost him the Academy Award that, let's be honest, he was never going to win, not in a million years?
For years, Fox News anchors have been yammering about the secular-progressive "War on Christmas," and it's always pretty much been a joke — but this year secular progressives may actually have a chance.
Sure, I Am Legend is a horror movie about the last-living human in a postapocalyptic Manhattan — but what person living in this city hasn't, at one time or another, fantasized about what New York would be like without all the annoying New Yorkers?