Westworld has returned with its second season, and with it comes a slew of fan theories and speculation. There’s a new maze for us to solve, and we’re here to explore every nook and cranny.
Recommending Legends of Tomorrow to a friend usually comes with one caveat: Don’t judge it on the first season. This fact isn’t lost on anyone—especially star Brandon Routh, who plays Ray Palmer. He says the moment the show stopped trying to make sense was the instant it became legendary.
The only thing better than Westworld itself are all the fan theories. Some have turned out to be true—others are, let’s say, a tad less plausible. In this latest video, I, io9 writer Beth Elderkin, and Gizmodo social editor Joe Tonelli share five of the weirdest fan theories that haven’t actually been disproven yet.
The latest and final trailer for Deadpool 2 added a new member to the X-Force: Peter. He doesn’t have any powers, he just responded to the ad. And, as it turns out, he’s also got a dad-tastic Twitter presence.
Parker Posey may be known more as an indie darling than an action star, but there’s something else almost no one knows her as: a bonafide Lost in Space fan.
The latest episode of Legion is a mind trip. Okay, sure, that’s like saying water is wet—Legion is always trippy—but this one actually goes inside the minds of characters other than David, stripping away their layers and abilities to show them at their most basic core. This episode also has what could be one of the…
It’s the story of a lonely princess, a talking fox, and probably some Transformers or something. Anything is on the table when artificial intelligence is used to craft a Grimm’s bedtime story.
Westworld creators Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan can’t get enough of killer games and multiple timelines. The pair will create a show for Amazon called The Peripheral, based on acclaimed author William Gibson’s popular cyberpunk murder-mystery novel that doesn’t stick to just one reality. And it has evil ’bots, too.
Although it’s set 30 years in the future, Netflix’s Lost in Space reboot, which debuted on Friday, is a very thoughtful and astute take on the modern American nuclear family. Here’s what the new Robinsons had to say about their family unit and dynamics—including which members have their own secret handshakes.
A sleepwear company has announced that the red version of its popular lingerie line has been given the name “Offred.” Because when I think of a romantic evening at home, I picture government-sanctioned sexual slavery.
Rick and Morty’s interdimensional travels have taken them to worlds of pizza, hamster butts, and anthropomorphized corn. But now they’re about to see something truly shocking: the Land of Ponies.
Now that we’ve all had a weekend to chow down on Netflix’s new scifi series, Lost in Space, it’s time to sit down and have a spoiler-fueled chat. No space monkeys, no creepy spiders. Just you, me, and a weird alien robot.
Creating a character for a role-playing game is an intense experience. It’s thrilling and intimidating—often at the same time—to invent a fictional version of yourself and send them out on adventures. It’s another thing entirely when the character you’re making is based on the person in front of you.
A same-sex relationship may have been left on the cutting room floor of Marvel’s Black Panther film, but the comic that showed how two Wakandan women fell in love has been recognized as a standout graphic novel for LGBTQ representation by GLAAD.
A Quiet Place is effective not just because it’s a good horror story, but because of how many questions it doesn’t answer. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things we’re still eager to know. Luckily, director, co-writer, and star John Krasinski is here to explain things. Most importantly: How the hell can people fart…
Universal has unveiled a nearly 18-minute fan recreation of Jurassic Park, with actors, animation, and puppets bringing some of the film’s most classic scenes to life. You know what they say: Fandom, uh, finds a way.
Avengers: Infinity War is just around the corner, so it’s time to talk about one of the most beloved ships in the MCU: Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes. In this latest (and possibly greatest) episode of Total Shipshow, Kotaku’s Gita Jackson talks about why “Stucky” is the best Friend Ship out there—and why all Steve…
Nigel Stanford is known not only for his great music, but also for creating music videos that show the coolest things science and robotics can achieve. Now, Stanford is using NASA’s vast video archives to venture into the realm of science fiction, and we’ve got the first look at his latest space-age music video.
The first season of Legion may have been focused on David freeing himself from the Shadow King’s grasp, but now it’s time for him to sit at “the big kid’s table.” Farouk is no longer the biggest threat to his world. In fact, he might be the only thing that can save it.