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Read Sir Ian McKellen’s Fascinating Lord of the Rings Production Blogs

Did you know Sir Ian McKellen has a blog? I didn’t until recently, and it’s a fact that has brought a lot of enjoyment ever since. Like, for instance, his extremely wholesome and compelling production blogs describing his experience creating The Lord of the Rings. Read More >>

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Korg and Miek Go to War in This Avengers: Endgame Concept Art

When Thanos’s army comes knocking on the door of the world, it’s time to step up. Not even Fortnite can get in the way of saving the world. Read More >>

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These Car Nuts Turn Scooby-Doo’s Mystery Machine Into a Monster

I don’t know much about cars. But I do know Scooby-Doo. And I know the Mystery Machine is the rockin’-est, mystery-solvin’-est van around. So when these mechanics decide to have some fun with a van painted to look like the Mystery Machine, I can see the appeal. Read More >>

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Yes, Ed Sheeran Had a Cameo in The Rise of Skywalker Too

Did you know Ed Sheeran was in this movie? No? Well, okay, honestly that’s probably a good thing. But he is there! So are a lot of other people; the Disney trilogy of Star Wars films hasn’t been shy about folding in cute cameos. And while some were pretty obvious, there are at least a couple that you almost certainly missed. Read More >>

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This Star Wars Video Explores the Dark Fortress of Darth Vader’s Inquisitors

The Inquisitors are some of the most dangerous characters existing in the current Star Wars canon. Trained Force-using killers, serving Darth Vader and hunting down the remaining Jedi and any other Force-sensitives they can find. In keeping with their reputation, the Inquisitors have a terrifying fortress: the Fortress Inquisitorius. Read More >>

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Disney’s The Simpsons Supercuts Are Just More Markers on Fox’s Grave

The Simpsons, in its best days and long after, has always been pop-culture savvy. A hyperawareness of the culture of animation, film and television has always been baked deep into the show’s DNA, from its episode-length X-Files parody to Leonard Nimoy on a monorail to the Comic Book Guy’s whole persona. But not like this. Read More >>

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Robert Zemeckis Might Direct a New Sci-Fi Thriller for Warner Bros.

Robert Zemeckis, director of such massively influential films as Forrest Gump and Back to the Future, might be trying his hand at a new sci-fi thriller courtesy of Warner Bros. Read More >>

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This Featurette Explains Why Gretel & Hansel Is Returning to the Classic Fairy Tale

Gretel & Hansel is a stylish upcoming horror movie that bases its premise on a fairy tale we all know and have heard so often that there’s nothing left in it even remotely frightening. So why go back to that well? There are a lot of creepy houses in the woods — why pick that one? Read More >>

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Syfy’s Chucky Series Is Officially on the Way

Last year, we got news that, aside from the Child’s Play reboot, another updated take on the Chucky mythos might be on the way. And this weekend, at the Television Critics’ Association winter press tour, it was confirmed. Make room in your heart for more haunted puppet shenanigans, ‘cause Chucky’s back. Read More >>

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Batman Actor Burt Ward Claims ABC Gave Him Pills to Shrink His Superheroic Penis

Earlier this week, Burt Ward, famous player of Robin in the 1960s Batman TV show, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During the ceremonies, he revealed some information that has us just bursting at the seams with curiosity. Read More >>

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Oh, God, There’s Another Update on the Uncharted Movie

Like a legion of mutants unearthed by careless treasure hunters, Sony’s plans for an Uncharted movie just will not die. Read More >>

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This Timeline Might Make Watching The Witcher a Little Easier

A lot of things could be said about The Witcher. One of the most resounding things I’ve heard about it, however, is that it starts out really confusing, due to the surprising choice to split timelines during the first episodes of the show without really signposting this decision to the audience. The result of this being that past, present, and future are all kinda… mingled together. Read More >>

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This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Trailer Is Giving Me Toonami Flashbacks

One of the most integral parts of watching anime on television as a kid was anticipation. It’s traditional in anime for episodes to end with a teaser for the next episode, complete with a voiceover/hype man trying to get the audience pumped up for whatever might be happening next. Will Goku be able to conquer Freeza? Will Domon Kasshu find his brother? The voice would ask, and you would really, really want to know. So you’d tune in the next day, or the next week, or whatever, and find out. Read More >>