The CW has a nice little streak going with its comic book shows, so the network is thinking of adding another to the mix. It would be called Project 13 and star the DC characters Traci Thirteen and her father, Dr. Terrance Thirteen.
For years The Walking Dead has been one of the most popular shows on television. Unfortunately for its fans, TV shows rarely get really beautiful, movie-quality posters made for them. So one of the show’s executive producers, Greg Nicotero, decided to change that. And he decided to rip off the best of the best.
The great thing about conventions is everyone has their own experience. For example, io9 did a tour of the Star Wars booth at New York Comic Con and certainly thought it was cool. But later in the weekend, some unsuspecting attendees got a much, much different experience.
Thor: Ragnarok is the funniest Marvel movie to date. In fact, it may be the funniest superhero movie ever. From the first scene until the very last, it’s a non-stop cavalcade of jokes wrapped around an epic, sweeping space adventure. The whole thing will make you absolutely giddy.
Hindsight is 20/20. It’s easy now to say, “Of course an actor should be in a Harry Potter movie” after eight films and billions of dollars. But in the moment, almost two decades ago, there must have been actors who passed. In fact, one big name that’s in the films almost did just that.
Respecting your elders is a staple of all cultures. But you really respect them when they can use their shoe like it’s a switchblade knife.
The trailer is so bonkers, I’m not sure if there are any other words necessary.
Fear the Walking Dead is about to change. The third season just ended and the finale left many characters’ fates a mystery. This was by design, because Dave Erickson, showrunner for the first three seasons, is leaving. However, in a new interview, he gave fans a tease of how he might have ended the show if he…
Animated films are notorious for sneaking little jokes and oddities into the frame. That’ll happen when each piece of the movie takes so long to create. But in Pixar’s Cars 3, there are so many Easter eggs, you literally could never, ever see them all by simply watching the movie.
It’s Solo: A Star Wars Story.
When Randall picked up Gizmo from the antique store in Gremlins, obviously the Mogwai was the standout selection. That may not be the case, however, for this Gremlins poster, which turns that store into a pop culture cornucopia.
With Fear the Walking Dead finishing one season and The Walking Dead about to start another, it’s the perfect time to talk crossover.
The fourth and final season of Star Wars Rebels kicks off today with “Heroes of Mandalore,” a two-part episode. The story follows Sabine Wren on a daring adventure to destroy a weapon that could wipe out all of her people. Basically, it’s the kind of big-stakes, big-action stuff we expect from Star Wars.
Everyone loves to rank Marvel movies. And down near the bottom on almost every single list are Thor and Thor: The Dark World. So how is it that we’re all so stoked about the third film in a trilogy that’s not even close to being as loved as others in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
At a recent event, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige got a tap on his shoulder. Behind him was Tessa Thompson and several other actresses who’ve appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they had a request: their own Avengers movie.
Once again, the fate of the galaxy is in the hands, feet, and empty heads of four of the dumbest people in the universe.
In Happy Death Day, a college student is forced to relive her birthday over and over again. That sounds nice, except for the fact that she’s always, always, murdered at the end of it. To stop the loop, she’ll have to figure out who is killing her.
Everyone’s favorite creepy, kooky next-door neighbors, The Addams Family, are getting animated once again.
Some of our favorite science fiction and fantasy franchises are defined by the weapons in them. Star Wars has its lightsabers. Zelda’s Link has his Master Sword. These are the touchstones of each property, and artist Matt Ritchie is reimagining them all in a beautiful, colorful new way.
No one really knows what a spoiler is anymore. The term has become a subjective judgment tied to one person’s ideas about how much they can know about a story in advance before it ruins their enjoyment of that story. Some people don’t care at all, others care too much, and it’s all gotten a tad out of hand.