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Peter, the New Star of Deadpool 2, Has a Real Twitter That’s an Absolute Delight

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. Read More >>

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Created With Artificial Intelligence, This ‘New’ Grimm’s Fairy Tale Is Strange but Magical

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. Read More >>

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Rick and Morty’s Latest Multiverse Trip Takes Them to My Little Pony

Rick and Morty’s interdimensional travels have taken them to worlds of pizza, hamster butts, and anthropomorphised corn. But now they’re about to see something truly shocking: the Land of Ponies. Read More >>

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Archival NASA Footage Gets Turned Into a Scifi Saga in This Music Video

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. Read More >>

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Westworld’s Showrunners Offer to Reveal the Entire Season Two Plot to Help Protect Its Biggest Spoilers

After Reddit and other fan communities pretty much predicted the entire first season of Westworld, showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy made headlines by promising to work with online theorists in the second season. Now, we might know how: Spoil absolutely everything. Read More >>

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Neil Gaiman is Bringing the Gormenghast Fantasy Series Back to Television

Almost two decades after the BBC adapted Mervyn Peake’s classic fantasy series Gormenghast, Neil Gaiman is finally achieving his dream of bringing it back to the screen. According to Deadline, FremantleMedia has secured the rights to produce a TV series, with Gaiman and Akiva Goldsman (A Beautiful Mind) leading the adaptation. Read More >>

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Neil Gaiman Is Bringing the Gormenghast Fantasy Series Back to Television

Almost two decades after the BBC adapted Mervyn Peake’s classic fantasy series Gormenghast, Neil Gaiman is finally achieving his dream of bringing it back to the screen. According to Deadline, FremantleMedia has secured the rights to produce a TV series, with Gaiman and Akiva Goldsman (A Beautiful Mind) leading the adaptation. Read More >>

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BFFs Rey and Finn Will Definitely Be Hanging Out in Star Wars: Episode IX

Star Wars: The Last Jedi might have ended with Rey and Finn hugging it out after spending the entire movie apart, but I’ve remained afraid that something would drive them apart again. Luckily, we can all rest easy. John Boyega has confirmed that the rebellious duo are stuck like glue from here on out. Read More >>

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A Brief Treatise on the Greatest Line in Ready Player One, and Possibly All of Cinema

The history of motion pictures is full of iconic lines. Some folks, frankly, don’t give a damn. Others remark on how life, uh, finds a way. Then, there’s this gem from Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, which will go down as the greatest grouping of words ever uttered on the big screen: “A fanboy knows a hater.” Read More >>

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This New Westworld Trailer Looks Like a Lot of Things to Us, So Let’s Break It Down

Holy hell, you guys. The latest trailer for Westworld isn’t just gorgeous—with an amazing cover of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box”—it’s loaded with new characters, theories, and hints. It seems tailor-made for anyone looking to go frame-by-frame and dissect every moment. Lucky for y’all, that’s my dream job (not to mention my real job). Let’s head to Sweetwater and look over some of the trailer’s bigger moments, and what they mean for the second season of the HBO show. Read More >>

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Sinners, Welcome to the Westworld Season 2 Trailer

When the cat’s away, the mice will play—at least until some other cats come in with giant guns a’blazing. The latest trailer for the second season of Westworld shows what happens after robots try to break their loop. In short: a lot of chaos. Read More >>

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The New Lost in Space Robot is an Alien… and Possibly a Woman?

Not only is the robot now an alien machine that was discovered on a distant planet, but also it isn’t necessarily a dude anymore. Read More >>

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One Actor Chose to Get Bitten by Zombies Rather Than Stay on The Walking Dead

There have been a lot of casualties on The Walking Dead. One of the earliest and most tragic fatalities was the surprising end met by Dale Horvath, everyone’s favourite fisherman hat-wearing grandpa figure. His death came as a shock for fans, but get ready for another shock—the actor himself was the one who pulled the plug on his tenure on the AMC series. Read More >>

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Stephen Moffat Shares Snippet of Christopher Eccleston’s Rejected Doctor Who Cameo

Christopher Eccleston has never shied away from expressing his displeasure from working on Doctor Who for the one season he played the Ninth Doctor. Most recently, he came out and shared just how bad things got behind the scenes, creating a toxic environment that led him to turn down a cameo in the 50th anniversary special, “The Day of the Doctor.” Now, former showrunner Stephen Moffat has given us a glimpse at what could have been. Read More >>

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Joker Was Originally Going to Team Up With Enchantress in Suicide Squad

A lot of bad editsbehind-the-scenes antics, and other questionable decisions turned DC’s Suicide Squad from a cool antihero saga into a weird, confusing mess. Jared Leto’s Joker took the biggest hit—making the much-hyped “method” character a glorified cameo. Now, director David Ayer is shining another light on the villain-that-could-have-been, revealing how the Joker’s schemes originally included an alliance with Enchantress herself. Read More >>