Russian Sci-Fi Thriller Novel-Turned-Video Game Metro 2033 Is Becoming a Movie

Before THQ’s Metro 2033 was a first person shooter, it was a novel written by Dmitry Glukhovsky about a nation of people forced to build a new underground civilisation in subway stations and tunnels after a devastating nuclear war. Now, it’s set to become a live-action film, courtesy of Gazprom Media. Read More >>

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Stan Lee’s Daughter Claims No One From Marvel or Disney Reached Out After His Death

With the arc of Spider-Man’s cinematic future becoming the latest topic of conversation, everyone’s chiming in with their thoughts and opinions about the beef between Marvel Studios and Sony over the character. That includes J.C. Lee, the daughter of late Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee. Read More >>

The Hunt’s Director Says the Movie Was Never Meant to Divide Audiences

In the wake of three back-to-back mass shootings and criticism from Donald Trump, Universal ultimately decided to shelve Craig Zobel’s The Hunt. The film was obviously meant to provoke audiences by tapping into our current political climate, but in a new interview, Zobel explained how he never meant for the film to be anything other than a piece of pointed commentary. Read More >>

Little Known She-Ra Spinoff He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Is Being Rebooted by Netflix

Just so we’re all on the same page regarding the important information, there are currently no plans for Netflix’s excellent She-Ra and the Princesses of Power to somehow incorporate He-Man’s prince Adam into its story. But that’s not to say that He-Man’s not about to come back in a big way. Read More >>

The Boys’ Superhero Cheesecake Calendar Is, Uh, Fish-Flavoured

Even though superheroes are people with idealised bodies that we’re supposed to ogle and wonder at, because of how seemingly impossible they are, it’s rare that you see male-bodied heroes objectified in a way that highlights their sex appeal. Every so often, you might get a glimpse of Nightwing’s ass or Batman’s wang, but those are always made out to be bigger deals than they need to be. Read More >>

A New Study Reminds Us How Ridiculous Spoiler Culture Has Become

Not a day goes by without someone, somewhere on the internet, feeling the need to express how they’ve been personally harmed by a news site focused on genre entertainment that committed the unforgivable sin of running headlines that very vaguely allude to the interesting parts of films and shows. “I have been slain by spoilers,” these people cry. “Why have you slain me?” Read More >>

OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes Has Been Cancelled

This week, while discussing the OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes’ special episode that saw the heroes of Turbo Plaza teaming up with Sonic the Hedgehog and his friend-who-is-just-a friend Tails, series creator Ian Jones-Quartey quietly announced a bit of news that nobody wanted to hear. Read More >>

The Boys’ Critique of Megacorporations is Pretty Rich

Vought International, the American company that manages the entire country’s population of licensed superheroes in the world of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys, is a capitalistic leviathan with tentacles reaching into the worlds of law enforcement, the entertainment industry, the military, and a number of other major parts of general society. Sound familiar? Read More >>

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The First Titans Season 2 Trailer Introduces New Heroes, Villains, and Krypto the Superdog

Kryptooo the Superdog, ahem, is easily the most exciting part of the first trailer for Titans’ new season, coming to DC Universe this fall. SuperboyAqualad, and Deathstroke’s kids are cool and all, but this is Krypto we’re talking about here! Read More >>

Dark Phoenix’s VFX Supervisor Opens Up About the Astonishing Jean Grey That Could Have Been

Simon Kinberg’s Dark Phoenix will go down in history as one of the most perplexing of Fox’s X-Men films. It was a movie that didn’t seem to know what it wanted to be – or even who the X-Men are, frankly. One minute, the X-Men are jetting off into space to have a literally out-of-this-world adventure that brings them face to face with aliens, and the next, you’ve got Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey crying in a rainy alleyway. Read More >>

Swamp Thing Died a Beautiful, Misunderstood Virgin in Its Messy Series Finale

Swamp Thing’s season one finale “Loose Ends” is aptly named. It’s the first of the ill-fated series’ episodes that telegraphs just how suddenly Warner Bros. cancelled the show, while also reducing the length of the season from 13 episodes to 10 (while the crew was still shooting). It’s a hurried attempt to weave together several slow-growing narratives into a send off that tries to do its characters justice and make a statement about what kind of show Swamp Thing was always trying to be—a show that the studio seemingly didn’t understand. Read More >>

American Horror Story: 1984’s Campy First Teasers Depict a Wet Hot American Bloodbath

It seems like just days ago we were all looking forward to basking in the summer sun’s radiating embrace the way nature intended. But suddenly, summer’s almost over, which means autumn is right around the corner – and with it a new season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story. Read More >>

Amazon’s The Boys Is a Morbidly Frank Breath of Fresh Air About the Cult of Superhero Worship

The cynicism of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys isn’t something that you can dismiss in the age of comic book adaptations we’re currently living through, and Amazon’s done nothing to downplay that fact with its new series based on the book. Whether we like to admit it or not, superheroes and the corporations that created them have become integral parts of our general pop-cultural discourse, and that reality is something worth unpacking. Read More >>

Jake Gyllenhaal Thinks Far From Home’s Post-Credits Scene is Part of Spider-Man’s Evolution

Because it was marketed as a lighthearted follow up to Avengers: EndgameSpider-Man: Far From Home didn’t initially seem as if it was going to be a movie that had any sort of major repercussions for the larger MCU. It was just going to be a movie about Peter Parker bopping around Europe and befriending weirdos in capes. But then the film hit cinemas and people actually go to see Marvel Studios’ take on Mysterio. Read More >>

DC’s Black Label Will Explore the Joker and the Question’s Inner Workings in 2 New Series

Though DC’s Joker and the Question aren’t exactly the most similar characters personality-wise, they’re both shrouded in mystery and live for their own single-minded pursuits of what they perceive to be the truth. While we’ve learned plenty about them during their exploits over the years, there are still depths to their inner workings that have yet to be explored. And we’re about to find out more. Read More >>