Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender ended season three on more of a question mark than a cliffhanger, mainly because the Powers That Be chose to split the latest season into two half-seasons. The latest trailer for “season four” is here, showing Voltron gaining some major popularity for the war effort... but it’s…
We’ve gotten the first poster and trailer tease for the Tomb Raider reboot, starring Alicia Vikander as the new Lara Croft... and guest-starring a giraffe as her neck.
The newest installment of HBO’s Game of Thrones behind-the-scenes series, The Game Revealed, looks at the long-awaited Stark reunion—well, one of them anyway (sorry Bran!) And I’ve got to say, watching real-life best friends Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner try to keep straight faces during their scenes is just too…
Westworld may not have won any Emmys on Sunday, but at least they had the emcee in their back pocket—and he was naked.
Rose City Comic Con has banned all cosplay that features Nazi symbols or designs, including old-school Hydra and Red Skull costumes. This comes after groups in Nazi-esque gear were spotted at the con, in what Rose City Comic Con’s founder has indicated is a growing trend.
Game of Thrones may be focused on the war for the Iron Throne, but there’s another epic battle in the past that’s just as iconic, and it’s finally getting a miniseries of its own.
Halloween is about to get a whole lot more Pumpkins.
The Futurama gang reunited for a scripted radio drama taking us back to New New York for the first time in over four years. And as exciting as it was to hear Fry, Leela, Bender, and everybody else on their epic space adventures, the whole thing really doesn’t work unless you’re a freakishly major fan of podcasts.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller may not be directing The Lego Movie Sequel, but they’re still creating the story, having signed on to do a rewrite of the original script. And it looks like the next film is going to be about an issue Lego has had several problems with in the past: gender.
Last year, Ryan Gosling told GQ that Harrison Ford punched him in the face while filming Blade Runner 2049. According to Ford himself, yup, it happened, it’s Gosling’s fault, and he should be thankful that he only got punched once.
Stephen King’s clown horror It is quickly becoming one of this year’s most-surprising hits— so surprising, in fact, that IMAX came this close to dropping the ball on getting it into their theaters. And you can partially thank Marvel’s Inhumans for that.
When Bill Skarsgård signed on to play Pennywise in the new It reboot, none of us knew just how prepared he was to take on the role of the sadistic clown. Because he’s been practicing the smile for years.
CBS continues to give little peeks at Star Trek: Discovery, its latest voyage to go where no one has gone before. The latest introduces the new main theme song... and luckily, there isn’t a single Enterprise electric guitar in sight.
Puberty sucks. No one likes it or wants to remember it. So, obviously, it’s getting an entire series. Think Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, only the monsters are in your genitals.
Imagine a world where $52,000 turns into millions, Cheesecake Factories are around every corner, and one bottle of vodka will last a community for weeks. The only problem is you’re basically a living Barbie doll.
The new It reboot has been filling seats and breaking box office records, nabbing the biggest opening weekend for a horror film. And as you might expect, people are getting really into it. For example, several Alamo Drafthouse theaters held “Clowns Only” screenings (surprisingly not pissing off the same guys who…
American Horror Story’s latest venture is Cult, looking at what happens when an enigmatic personality goes a step too far and things turn deadly. It’s an interesting premise, especially considering it’s using the 2016 US presidential election as its starting point, but it’s not exactly unique.
Batman: The Animated Series recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, and right on its heels comes the fourth season premiere of Gotham. The Baby Batman prequel doesn’t exactly hold a candle to one of television’s greatest animated series—but, thanks to one artist, it kind of looks like it does.
Set your phasers to stunned. Early audition documents and footage have revealed that Peter Capaldi, Doctor Who himself, once tried out for the role of Commander (later Captain) Benjamin Sisko on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And he’s not the only one.
Early season’s greetings from your favorite (annoying) snowman who likes warm hugs! Frozen stars Josh Gad and Idina Menzel have shared some musical clips from the upcoming animated short, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.