Five years after Valiant’s relaunch, we’ve seen new versions of characters who debuted in the original iteration of the publisher’s superhero universe. One big exception has been Shadowman, the cult-fave voodoo hero who also starred in a handful of video games. He’s finally coming back in a new title written by…
A comic book about an unlikely masked gunman who kills criminals for bizarre reasons. A filmmaker who helmed Keanu Reeves’ modern-day action classic. It’s the kind of deal that seems too perfect to be true. But it is: John Wick director Chad Stahelski will be adapting Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ Kill or Be Killed…
Gwendoline Christie and John Boyega are blood enemies in the newest Star Wars movies, but watching them alternately egg each other on and cringe with terror as they stick their hands into a box is extremely funny. “Is this a crab?!” “Is it a frog?! Is it a marble?!”
Steven Moffat’s tenure with BBC’s intrepid regenerating Time Lord is coming to a close, and he’s making a very bold assertion as to the Doctor’s quality and cultural impact. He’s saying it’s better than The Wire, people.
This first glimpse at indie post-apocalypse flick Diverge is heavy on mood and visuals. But you can make out just enough to figure out that one haunted man’s decision leaves the world’s fate hanging in the balance.
Last weekend, while driving my kid to swim class, I was nodding my head along to the bassline of a song playing in the car. “Do you like this song, Daddy?” my daughter asked. My answer was yes. Yes, I like that one song from the My Little Pony: The Movie soundtrack.
Friday was a snow day in Austin, Texas. I told my daughter she couldn’t just watch videos all day. This is what she made.
Maybe it’s because there’s a quasi-religious spiritual energy at the heart of the mythos, but people tend to be very serious about Star Wars. But the movies, TV shows, books, and other creations have a long, important history of memorable humor and Rian Johnson thinks it’s a vital part of the franchise.
The Golden Globes are one of Hollywood’s splashiest honors, often seen as good predictors as to what actors and movies might win Oscars and Emmys. This year, some of the best genre work from TV and movies are in the running to win a Golden Globe.
The man who led Star Trek into The Next Generation stopped beaming up to the Enterprise a while ago. But Patrick Stewart says he’d be willing to come back just to work with Quentin Tarantino.
Carrie Fisher’s death last year was a major blow to the many fans who took inspiration from her life, as well as her work as a writer and actor. She’d completed filming for her final turn as General Leia Organa in Star Wars: The Last Jedi before she passed, but sometimes, filmmaking demands that actors return to the…
Annihilation looks like it has a lot going for it: Killer art direction and special effects; acclaimed writer-director Alex Garland (Ex Machina); and an all-star cast that includes Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Gina Rodriguez. But the power players behind the hotly anticipated scifi movie are still battling…
Mixed reactions to Justice League aside, Warner Bros. is going to keep on making movies based on DC Comics’ vast stable of superhero characters. Of course, that’s not going to change. According to a new Variety article, what will change are the people in charge of those films and the people performing in them.
Guillermo del Toro’s latest film is a modern-day masterpiece about the unlikely love story between a mute human woman and a one-of-a-kind amphibian creature. The Shape of Water is lovely to look at but, for one hapless performer, making it sounds like it was hell.
When DC Comics launched a revival of Teen Titans in the 1980s, it became one of the most popular books of the era. And one of its best issues showcased two of the company’s best sidekicks in a quiet story about the holes years of comic stories had left in their personal histories.
Originally published by Image Comics in 2013, the Happy! miniseries winningly told the story of a dissolute cop-turned-hitman and his bizarro partnership with a imaginary blue flying unicorn. It was morbidly funny and surprisingly sweet. The new TV show airing this week has many of the same scenes from the original…
According to one of the filmmakers, the next Jurassic World movie is going to feature more dinosaurs than you’ve ever seen before. So it’s a good thing it’s going to be bringing back giant lizard expert Ian Malcolm, too.
There’s always an element of visual punnery with shrinking superheroes like the Atom. “Oh, look at him standing next to a spoon! So cuuute!” But, remember: Ryan Choi will bring the pain to the outside and inside of your body.
As Easter, the goddess of spring, Kristin Chenoweth played a huge part in the finale of American Gods’ first season. But, with the original showrunners gone, she doesn’t know if she’s going to be back for the next one.
The man who plays Finn thought that porgs were, like, overgrown space rats at first.