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Sci-Fi Visionary Alex Garland Details His Discomfort With the Modern Tech Landscape

Alex Garland’s Devs is focused around a very powerful technology company and its secretive development division. While the work being done there might be sci-fi in nature, the overarching lesson to be learned is one that is very much relevant in our world. Read More >>

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Leave Star Trek Alone, You Piece of Shit

The similarities between Donald Trump’s newly revealed United States Space Force logo and the logo for Star Trek’s Starfleet are uncanny. Read More >>

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The First Locke & Key Trailer (and First Scene!) Opens the Door to a Haunting Past

The adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez’s comic Locke & Key has had a long road to get to the small screen (with a pit stop at the movies!), but at long last, the first trailer for the Netflix series is here. Read More >>

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How Servant’s Composer Made a Creepy Show Even Creepier

Apple TV+’s mysterious Servant – from M. Night Shyamalan and Tony Basgallop – begins streaming tomorrow. The unsettling atmosphere of the show is achieved in part due to its fantastically moody score. Today, Gizmodo is debuting an exclusive track from the show and we got to talk to composer Trevor Gureckis, too. Read More >>

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Servant Is One of the Most Uncomfortable Things You’ll Watch This Year

Apple TV+ is probably having the toughest go in the streaming wars. It is a tech company, not an entertainment studio and it launched with very few offerings, most of which have received middling reviews. The next to debut, the mysterious Servant, probably won’t sell anyone on signing up but it will definitely give everyone something to talk about. Read More >>

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New Rise of Skywalker Images Have Arrived Along With a Curious Tidbit About ‘Ancient’ Star Wars

We’ve been so busy obsessing over The Mandalorian we almost forgot it was getting close to the time Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker features would start rolling out! Okay, not really... Read More >>

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Pedro Pascal’s Wonder Woman 1984 Character Is Exactly Who You Thought He Was

It feels like aeons ago we learned Game of Thrones star Pedro Pascal would be joining the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel in an undisclosed role, but what with him picking up another juicy role in the meantime you can’t really blame us for getting distracted. So it was a bit of a surprise to see director Patty Jenkins just...tweeted out his “secret” role today. Read More >>

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Terminator: Dark Fate’s Post-Judgment Day Future is Female, and We’re Here for It

Terminator: Dark Fate is an engaging story about three, tremendously powerful women. That’s it. That’s the review. (Ok, not really...) Read More >>

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Harley Quinn’s Showrunners Discuss Shifting Her Villainy Out of the Joker’s Shadow

Harley Quinn is basically everywhere you look today and we’re about to get a fresh new animated incarnation of the DC character. This time it’s strictly for adults, and the creators behind the scenes seem to understand Harley’s unique place in the universe. Read More >>

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Ex Machina’s Alex Garland Lifts the Curtain on New FX Series, Devs

Director Alex Garland’s (Ex Machina, Annihilation) latest project is headed to television rather than cinemas. Up until now, we didn’t have much to go on in terms of what FX’s Devs was actually about – but thanks to a big coming out panel at New York Comic Con this past weekend, we’re extremely hyped for the sci-fi series. Read More >>

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Marvel Just Revealed Release Dates and Logos for Its Disney+ Series

Marvel Studios is dropping all kinds of news out of San Diego Comic-Con, you didn’t think they’d forget their big heroes heading to the little screen did you? Read More >>

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Our First Brief Glimpse at Arrow’s Dramatic Final Season Just Dropped

Are you ready for the eighth and final season of The CW’s Arrow? The first trailer out of San Diego Comic-Con suggests the team won’t be going down without a fight. Read More >>

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Carnival Row’s First Trailers Just Debuted at SDCC

Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne headlined the San Diego Comic-Con panel for the intriguing Carnival Row today and brought along the first look at the Amazon Studios series, in the form of not one, but two featurettes. Read More >>