HBO Gives Official Updates on Game of Thrones’ Prequel Series and Potential Spinoffs

HBO’s programming president Casey Bloys did a post-Game of Thrones finale chat with the Hollywood Reporter. He gave updates first on the prequel series already in the works, “I am not clarifying anything other than yes, we shoot the first pilot in June. There are two more in development and beyond that, there’s nothing else to report..” Except: Read More >>

Star Trek’s Ira Steven Behr Looks Back on the Complex Legacy of Deep Space Nine

Twenty-six years after it first debuted, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is now seen as one of the franchise’s finest entries. The series was a dark examination of the moral push and pull on Starfleet’s finest ideals in a time of war, that examined the, at times, bitter cost of maintaining Star Trek’s grand utopia. But it wasn’t always seen that way. Read More >>

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Stealth Suit Was Almost Too Cool for Peter Parker

Peter Parker lives a pretty cool life – one that gets a bit cooler in Spider-Man: Far From Home (even if he doesn’t want it to) when superspy Nick Fury shows up and gives him a mission. The endeavour gives Peter a new costume to play with... one that, at first, the team behind the movie made look almost too cool for someone who’s also a bit of a dork. Read More >>

James Gunn Speaks Out About His Exit From (and Return to) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Back in March, Disney shockingly announced that James Gunn would return to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, months after firing him after a series of crude jokes made by the director on social media years prior were resurfaced. Gunn has been quiet about his return, and his exit, ever since the original firing – but he’s finally spoken out. Read More >>

Neil Gaiman Had to Fight to Keep One of Terry Pratchett’s Creations in Good Omens

Agnes Nutter is not really a huge part of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s divine apocalyptic adventure Good Omens – she’s more important to the backstory and worldbuilding of Crowley and Aziraphale’s journey to stop the apocalypse, rather than being a major player herself. But when the upcoming adaptation nearly cut the character, Gaiman had to step in. Read More >>

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Captain Lorca Returns (for the First Time) in This Exclusive Star Trek Online Trailer

Thank the Mirror Universe that I can get away with a headline like that, frankly. Read More >>

Stranger Things is Getting an Absolutely Mind-Boggling Lego Set

Even if your familiarity with the kids of Hawkins, Indiana is passing at best, Lego’s crack at beloved Netflix series Stranger Things is one of the most fascinating sets we’ve seen from the company in a long, long time – and there’s nothing strange about that. Read More >>

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The Star Trek Picard Show Will Air on Amazon Prime Video Internationally

We’re on the precipice of there being more Star Trek than ever before—and outside of the US and Canada, up until now, the vast majority of its broadcast history has been accessible through Netflix. That’s about to change, just in time for one of the most anticipated Trek projects of all. Read More >>

A Good Omens-Themed Prophetical Twitter Account May Have Heralded a Major Endgame Spoiler

What happens when the warnings of Agnes Nutter combine with modern popular culture? Well, it might be Avengers: Endgame spoilers, apparently. Read More >>

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Star Trek’s Picard Series Will Be a ‘Psychological’ Look at His Later Years

We’ve known for a while that the upcoming Jean-Luc Picard series wasn’t going to be about the glory days of an older Jean-Luc still captaining his way to adventures across the stars. But here’s your latest reminder that, well: this is not going to go the way you think. Read More >>

Jake Gyllenhaal’s Excitement Over His Mysterio Costume Lent More Reality to Far From Home

By now, you’ve had a good look at Spider-Man: Far From Home’s intriguing take on the marvellous Mysterio, one of Spider-Man’s oldest foes, turned into his new best friend in the movie. The character gets a fabulous spin on his comics gear in the film—and part of the reason it looks so good is down to Jake Gyllenhaal himself. Read More >>

Avengers: Endgame’s Editor Came Up With One of the Best Lines of the Film

Avengers: Endgame is a movie almost entirely about providing a sense of payoff—to varying degrees of success—to 11 years of Marvel moviemaking. But one of its most powerful payoffs to the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe wasn’t actually in the film from the start. In fact, it didn’t even come from the Russo brothers or the screenwriters. Read More >>

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Star Wars’ 3-Year Box Office Hiatus Could Be Just What the Franchise Needs

Yesterday, Disney announced a fully armed and operational movie slate, bolstered by its recently formalised acquisition of Fox. But the news brought with it a bit of a bombshell for Star Wars fans: new films are coming, but they won’t start coming until 2022, three years after The Rise of Skywalker. And that’s actually pretty exciting. Read More >>

A New Spider-Man: Far From Home Clip Has Some Very Intriguing Teases About the Multiverse

This week’s Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer dropped some pretty major curveballs about how it’s going to deal with Peter Parker’s post-Endgame life – one of which was an allusion to the young hero’s first step into a much larger world. Or, rather, set of worlds. And a new clip has us even more intrigued. Read More >>

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How Spider-Man: Far From Home Brings Peter Parker Back Down to Earth

On the UK set of Spider-Man: Far From Home last summer, one question was on the minds of press: how does Peter Parker’s next solo adventure deal with the cataclysmic events of Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame? We didn’t get to find out, obviously. But we did learn how a different scale for Jon Watts’ Homecoming followup will bring Peter back down to street level – even as he goes on the road trip of a lifetime. Read More >>