Big news in comics today. After ten years and almost 200 issues of Amazing Spider-Man, writer Dan Slott is finally moving on. He’s leaving the book with issue #801 in June but soon moving over to write another major hero in the Marvel family: Iron Man.
With Star Wars Rebels soon coming to an end, fans are wondering who will survive and who won’t. However, we know for a fact that one character in particular is going to survive, and that’s Hera Syndulla.
The stars of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Paul, and The World’s End are hoping to explore more weirdness. Variety reports that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are currently developing a TV show called Truth Seekers, a half-hour horror comedy about a team of paranormal investigators.
Despite reports to the contrary, Facebook is not currently developing a way to filter spoilers. The idea came from a quote attributed to Ricky Van Veen, head of global creative strategy for Facebook, speaking at the National Association of Television Program Executives. From that information, Deadline and other…
Fans have been waiting for Garth Ennis’ The Boys to become a live-action movie or television show for years. Several people have tried to make it happen—but now, finally, it’s being adapted for Amazon, and casting is in full effect.
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival kicks off today, marking the debut of some of the year’s most exciting independent films, as well as shorts, VR experiences, and more. Although only a small portion of the festival’s content is in the scifi/fantasy/horror/science arena, there are still a lot of films worth pointing…
As far as we know, the new Universal Monsters movies are in shambles. The Mummy crashed and burned, all others have been delayed, and the future of the franchise has never been more in doubt. Thankfully, we’ll always have the originals, and those films have been captured like never before in this new art show.
If any one of us were currently writing and preparing to direct Star Wars: Episode IX, that would be our main focus. But none of us are J.J Abrams.
It’s been well over a year since the Flash solo movie has had a director attached—but now, Variety reports that Warner Bros. is in negotiations with John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to helm the film.
In an alternate universe, maybe fans are talking about Mark Strong’s Sinestro as one of the best villains in comic book movie history. That was the idea, at least, by casting the actor in Martin Campbell’s 2011 Green Lantern movie. It was a smaller role, but he was intended to be a full-blown evil mastermind in the…
Mere months after the release of Thor: Ragnarok, Chris Hemsworth is done with Thor—on paper, at least. He’s finished filming Avengers: Infinity War as well as Avengers 4 and those two films mark the end of his contract.
Almost a month after its release, fans are still vigorously debating many aspects of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Much of that centers around the treatment of Luke Skywalker, including his moments near the end of the film.
Let’s say you’re a huge fan of the first three Indiana Jones movies. You’d love to put posters for all of them up on your wall, but simply don’t have the space. What’s a fan to do?
The plot of the new independent horror film Still/Born is every mother’s worst nightmare.
Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Hogarth and his Iron Giant.
Want to watch the Lucasfilm Story Group dish on Star Wars: The Last Jedi for 30 minutes? Of course you do.
No, it’s not April Fool’s Day. That headline is actually true.
Two years ago, we all fell in love with Darryl—Thor’s roommate and co-star in a pair of short films directed by Taika Waititi that simultaneously showed us what Thor: Ragnarok could be, and explained why Thor wasn’t in Captain America: Civil War.
And it throws some serious shade at Aquaman.
There are a lot of amazing new movies coming in 2018, but there’s also a long list of classic, iconic films that will be celebrating significant anniversaries this year. Here are the biggest science fiction, fantasy, and genre movie milestones happening in 2018. (You should probably be prepared to feel old.)