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Surprise, a Witcher Anime Film Is on the Way at Netflix

Netflix has been singing the praises of Henry Cavill’s The Witcher, including claiming (based on some questionable data) that it’s the most successful series in the history of the streaming platform. Season two is on track for a 2021 release but fans may not have to wait that long to toss a coin to their favourite Witcher because a spinoff anime film is in the works. Read More >>

The Hunger Games Pulls a Star Wars With Its Prequel Hero

Sure he’s evil - but, like, how did he get to be evil? Suzanne Collins has unveiled the protagonist for her Hunger Games prequel novel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and he sounds pretty bloody familiar. Read More >>

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Is the Latest Animated Marvel You Absolutely Should Watch

The problem with having so much great television is there are good, deserving shows that tend to slip under the radar. Given how little has been said about Dreamworks’ latest Netflix series, Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, it’s possible this one might come and go without most people noticing. But we’re declaring it a must-watch for 2020. Read More >>

Superman and Lois is Officially Up, Up and Away

It’s time for the working parents of the world to have their own superhero show. US network the CW has announced that Superman and Lois, which centres around Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch’s portrayals of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, has been picked up for a full series. Read More >>

Joker Sows His Signature Brand of Chaos by Sweeping the Oscar Nominations

When it comes to the Oscars, it’s always best to leave ‘em smiling. Todd Phillip’s Joker has made its presence known by securing a whopping 11 nominations at this year’s Academy Awards, including Best Picture. In addition, two of the biggest blockbusters of 2019 – Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – landed a few nominations for their technical feats. Read More >>

The Witcher Does Fantasy Sex (Mostly) Better

Fantasy movies, shows, video games, and books that are geared toward an adult audience tend to repeat the same mistakes when it comes to how they portray sexuality – exploiting female bodies while adhering to archaic notions of what sex was like in the Middle Ages in Europe. (Hello, Game of Thrones.) But the latest fantasy saga, The Witcher, has given us a show that approaches fantasy sex in a more nuanced and, well, human way. Read More >>

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Roller Derby Harley Quinn, Bathtub Hyenas, and More Wild Fun in the Final Birds of Prey Trailer

This is Harley Quinn. You’re probably wondering how she ended up in this situation. Well, in the final trailer for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), we’re about to find out how Harley became single and got to mingle with a like-minded group of emancipated warriors. Read More >>

The Grudge’s Director on Expanding the Horror Franchise’s Mythology

The Grudge may conjure up images of Japanese women with stringy black hair and tiny hollow-eyed boys crawling on ceilings and causing murderous mischief. But the titular Grudge isn’t limited to the islands of Japan. Director Nicolas Pesce explained to us why The Grudge has moved to the United States, and why it may be an international crisis. Read More >>

The Green Arrow and the Canaries Spinoff Could Make for a Stake-Less Arrowverse

The CW is looking to jumpstart its latest Arrowverse series with an upcoming episode of Arrow that serves as a backdoor pilot for a TV show about the Canaries. We have a bit more info on the plot now, which takes place 20 years in the future, ensuring that nothing else that happens in the Arrowverse will feel like it matters. Read More >>

I Am Hooked on Riverdale Cringe Videos

I mostly watch Riverdale nowadays to make fun of it, and I don’t think I’m the only one. In fact, I can’t imagine there’s anyone out there who actually takes this show seriously anymore, including the show itself (with the occasional exception, like the Luke Perry tribute episode). Once you put a cult leader in a rocket, there’s really nowhere else you can go. But now, I may not even have to watch the episodes to get my Riverdale fill. I’ve found another way. Read More >>

In The First Quiet Place 2 Trailer, Sound-Hunting Monsters May Be the Least of This Family’s Problems

It’s not just monsters they have to watch out for anymore. The first trailer has arrived for A Quiet Place Part II, the sequel to John Krasinski’s surprise horror hit, which sees Evelyn Abbott (Emily Blunt) and her family venturing beyond their home and finding that sound-detecting creatures aren’t the only threat. Read More >>

Awesome Mashup Celebrates a Decade of Movie Trailers

Movie trailers aren’t just an advertisement, they’re an artform in and of themselves – condensing a movie down into its finest moments. Sometimes, as we saw with films like Suicide Squad and Hellboy, a trailer can even outshine the movie it’s promoting. Now, a new video montage is celebrating this decade’s best movie trailers. Read More >>

What Video Game From 2019 Needs Its Own Movie?

There were a lot of interesting video games that came out in 2019, with deep and complex stories that are begging for the big screen. Of course, seems like even the popularity of shows like The Witcher might not be enough to break the video game movie curse...but could one of 2019's games finally succeed? Read More >>

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The Rise of Skywalker Writer Says Rey Reveal ‘Doesn’t Negate’ The Last Jedi’s Message

“Let the past die, kill it if you have to.” That was the takeaway from The Last Jedi, and a message that was largely lost in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which felt preoccupied with its own legacy. This was perhaps most notable in the reveal about Rey, one that seemed to conflict with director Rian Johnson’s vision of Star Wars. But The Rise of Skywalker co-writer Chris Terrio believes Rey’s new past doesn’t change Star Wars’ future. Read More >>