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A Long-Hidden His Dark Materials Short Story Is Now Getting Released

Lyra Silvertongue’s story continues. Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Penguin Random House, has announced that a novella set in the world of His Dark Materials, written over 15 years ago and kept hidden ever since, is getting released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Golden Compass. Read More >>

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8 Awesome Games Based on Movies, TV Shows, and Books

Board games are a great way to pass the time, especially during social distancing. Sometimes, in the case of more difficult board games or tabletop roleplaying games, it’s great to have a baseline of knowledge about the source material. That’s where these titles come in. If you’re already a fan of Game of Thrones, The Expanse, Alien, or even the Dark Universe (RIP), here are some games to help bring you into the worlds you love. Read More >>

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Is Ending With the Eldritch-Fuelled Part 4

She’s only getting one more chance to put a spell on us. Netflix has announced that Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will end with the upcoming Part 4, which sees one or more Sabrinas Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) and the Fright Club facing off against the Great Old Ones in a final battle for Greendale’s soul. Read More >>

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The Old Guard’s New Trailer Dives Into the Painful Side of Immortality

I think Tuck Everlasting put it best when Winnie said: “Don’t be afraid of death, be afraid of an un-lived life.” But what happens when you don’t have that option? In the latest trailer for The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne, the latest immortal member of the squad finds herself face-to-face with an eternity she didn’t sign up for. Read More >>

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15 Movies That Will Make You Feel Like a Kid Again

Being an adult is hard nowadays. There’s the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, further escalated by bad behaviour and even worse policy decisions. Sometimes, you just need to go back to the days when things weren’t nearly as complicated – even if it’s only for a couple of hours. Here are 15 movies that will help make you feel like a kid again. Read More >>

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The Expanse Studio Is Investigating Cas Anvar for Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Alcon Entertainment, the studio behind The Expanse, has started an investigation into actor Cas Anvar after multiple reports of sexual misconduct and inappropriate behaviour surfaced online last week. Anvar, who has denied the allegations, said he plans to cooperate. Read More >>

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‘We Are Frightened’: Disney Cast Members Share Their Anxiety and Anger About the Parks Reopening

“It’s time for magic.” With that phrase, Disney revealed on June 10 that Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure would reopen on July 17, the 65th anniversary of opening day in 1955. That date’s been pushed back because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but Disney is determined to open its doors soon. Guests are thrilled at the idea of returning to “The Happiest Place on Earth,” but some cast members are terrified. Read More >>

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Hoist the Mizzenmast, Margot Robbie Is Pirates of the Caribbean’s New Star

Harley Quinn’s about to embrace her nautical side. A new report says Margot Robbie is set to star in a female-led Pirates of the Caribbean film for Disney. And she’s bringing a key member of the Birds of Prey crew onboard for the job. Read More >>

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Stranger Things’ Ending is Already Worked Out, According to the Duffer Brothers

There might be a lot of mystery surrounding the town of Hawkins, Indiana, but one thing that isn’t a secret is how the story of Netflix’s Stranger Things is going to end. At least not to the guys making the show, that is. Read More >>

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In the Debut Trailer for Apple TV+’s Foundation, a Mighty Empire Stands on the Brink of Ruin

It’s an adaptation 50 years in the making, which somehow feels more pertinent than ever. The first teaser trailer for Foundation, Apple TV+’s take on Isaac Asimov’s groundbreaking sci-fi series, has arrived – telling the story of a futuristic empire facing its own inevitable destruction, as a group of rebels fight to preserve what little they can for the next generation. Read More >>

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That’s Right, the Legends of Tomorrow are Fighting Aliens, and it’s Going to Get Weird

The Legends have battled demons, gods and the deadliest creature of all: a unicorn. When the CW’s Legends of Tomorrow has defeated all the villains of heaven and hell, the only way to go is up. Way, way up. Read More >>

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Animorphs is Finally Getting a Movie, Let’s Hope it’s as Weird as the Books

It’s morphing time. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Scholastic is teaming up with Picturestart to produce a film adaptation of Animorphs – i.e. the books that made you think you could become your own dog. What, just me? Read More >>

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5 International Sci-Fi Shows Worth Checking Out on Netflix

Science fiction has a rich history in countless cultures, from the Epic of Gilgamesh to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. And Netflix has been getting in on the action for a while now. Here are our five picks for international sci-fi shows you should definitely check out on the streaming platform. Read More >>

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8 Classic Sci-Fi Books That Offer a Short but Provocative Read

We’re still in the middle of a pandemic and trying to stay socially distant, so it’s a great opportunity to spend time with a classic novel. That doesn’t mean you have to slog through War and Peace to feel like you’re getting some culture. Here are some famous (and lesser-known) quick-to-read stories that helped define modern science fiction. Read More >>

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6 Things We Liked About Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Season 2 (and 3 We Didn’t)

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is one of those word-of-mouth shows that started small and grew into a tidal wave. The post-apocalyptic story of a half-jaguar girl and her friends roaming a brightly colored wasteland continues with season two, which wonderful expands its world while making a few sophomore missteps. Read More >>