Cats Is a ‘Medieval Morality Play’: 20 Highlights From Tom Hooper’s Strange Director Commentary

Cats has finally come home, and we’ve combed through the director commentary to uncover the film’s greatest secrets. It may be one of those movies that’s impossible to explain, but director Tom Hooper was determined to try. Read More >>

That Westworld Reveal Was More Than Just a Game of Thrones Cameo

The second episode of Westworld may have focused on Maeve’s experiences inside Warworld, but Bernard was letting us in on an even bigger secret at Delos’ parks. Much like how the series surprise-dropped the Raj in season two, we’ve learned the identity of Park 4 – and it plays a much bigger role in the franchise than you might think. Read More >>

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15 Unique Board Games and RPGs for Families That Aren’t Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit

Families are experiencing some of the hardest changes with social distancing. Kids are home from school and parents have had to transition to a new way of learning for the first time. There’s also the issue of keeping kids entertained while they’re stuck inside for hours. We’ve made a list of family-friendly games, sorted by age group, to make the downtime a little easier. Read More >>

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That’s Our Doctor

It’s a scary time right now. Luckily, Doctor Who’s Jodie Whittaker is here to help to share an inspiring message during her own special brand of social distancing. In short: Be kind, trust science, and don’t let the Sontarans get you. Read More >>

Westworld’s Episode 3 Teaser Hints at Tessa Thompson’s Secret Identity

One of the looming questions in Westworld season three is: Who is Charlotte Hale? Tessa Thompson’s character may have been sheltering Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) during the escape from the island, but now she could be home to anybody. In a look at next week’s episode, the mystery rises to dangerous levels. Read More >>

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12 Board Games and Tabletop RPGs You Can Play Alone While Social Distancing

As we hunker down for weeks or months of social distancing, refrigerators stocked and extra toilet paper on hand, it’s okay to allow ourselves a little time for fun and games. Today we’re talking about solo games. Whether you’re by yourself, or needing a little alone time, here are some board games and tabletop roleplaying games to try out. Read More >>

Into the Spider-Verse’s Jake Johnson Is Helping Kids Cope With Personal Messages From Spider-Man

We’ve all been facing challenges because of social distancing, but perhaps none more so than children. Being forced to stay inside during key phases of development is rough – not just for the kids, but for their parents. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse star Jake Johnson is doing his part to give them comfort by sending personal voicemails from their web-slinging hero. Read More >>

Disney’s Avengers Campus Will Open in July (Unless It Doesn’t)

Disney has set an opening date for its Marvel park experience at Disney’s California Adventure, revealing that Avengers Campus will open this July. It sounds like a wild time...but what about that whole looming pandemic thing? Read More >>

A Quiet Place 2’s Release Has Been Postponed, According to Director John Krasinski

A Quiet Place director and star John Krasinski has revealed that the sequel to his smash horror film, A Quiet Place 2, is being temporarily pulled from the release schedule because of coronavirus concerns—without any word about when we can expect it in cinemas. Read More >>

Netflix’s Lost in Space Has Been Renewed for One Final Season

It looks like the danger to Will Robinson will be over before too long. Netflix has announced it’s renewed Lost in Space for a third and final season, seeing the Robinson family’s long and tiresome journey to Alpha Centauri come to an end. Read More >>

The Only 10 Things You Need to Know Going Into Westworld Season 3

Let’s be honest: There’s a good chance most of us have forgotten the plot of Westworld season two, for those who watched it at all. As we head into season three, it’s great to look back at what’s happened so far – but only the important stuff. Everything else, well, doesn’t look like anything to us. Read More >>

Max von Sydow, Exorcist and Game of Thrones Legend, Has Died

The man who played chess with Death, helped the Resistance, and led Brandon Stark on the path to the Iron Throne has died. Actor Max von Sydow, known for iconic roles in Minority Report, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Game of Thrones, and so many others, passed away yesterday at the age of 90. Read More >>

Altered Carbon’s Stars on Love and Getting a Happy Ending in Cyberpunk

In the world of cyberpunk fiction, is there such a thing as a truly happy ending? For the second season of Altered Carbon, the answer is: kind of. As the series moves from explorations of identity to interpersonal relationships, every character is trying to figure out the role of love in their complicated and sometimes immortal lives. Read More >>

J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot is Working on a Supernatural Revenge Thriller Called The Pinkerton

Warner Bros. is heading to the weird Wild West for a new movie. The studio has announced it’s picked up a spec script for a supernatural revenge thriller called The Pinkerton, written by F9's Daniel Casey for J.J. Abrams Bad Robot production company. Read More >>

Why It’s Hard, But Not Impossible, to Make a Board Game About Climate Change

Game designer Elizabeth Hargrave helped jumpstart a tabletop revolution with Wingspan, an environmental board game about creating habitats for birds. Her upcoming release, Mariposas, has players guiding monarch butterflies on their migration. But there’s something unsettling lurking beneath the table. Read More >>