Syfy is Reviving the Leprechaun Franchise For Some Godawful Reason

Syfy has made some questionable programming choices in the past, but few rank as baffling as this: the network has announced Leprechaun Returns, the newest installment what might be the most inexplicably racist horror movie franchise ever made. Read More >>

The Future of Rick and Morty is in Limbo, According to Dan Harmon

In spite of the more extreme elements of Rick and Morty’s saucy fanbase, the Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland-created scifi parody remains a pretty entertaining watch. But after three stellar, wildly popular seasons, its future is uncertain. Read More >>

This Avengers: Infinity War Poster Doesn’t Forget Hawkeye

With two major trailers out for Avengers: Infinity War, and only a scant few weeks to go before the film’s release, a vocal subset of fans have a pressing question. Where’s Hawkeye? Read More >>

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How The Last Jedi Made Star Wars Space Combat Legible

If any one thing about The Last Jedi has been contentious—actually, no, strike that, everything about The Last Jedi has been contentious, including its approach to space combat (the Holdo Manoeuvre, anyone?). But according to one fan and critic, Rian Johnson’s epic actually makes space combat in the Star Wars universe more explicable, not less. Read More >>

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If the Wait for Ready Player One is Too Long, Try This Music Video Instead

Who has the patience to wait for a movie adaptation anymore, anyway? That’s tired. But music video adaptations of books that are also being adapted into film? That’s wired. Welcome to the music oasis. (It’s the OASIS.) Read More >>

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Star Trek: Insurrection is Better With Just the Spaceships

Star Trek: Insurrection was many things, and a good movie unfortunately isn’t one of them. But it had some interesting ship designs, though! Read More >>

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Check Out This 17-Foot-Tall AT-AT Replica

Sometimes, I’m jealous of people who are good at making things with their hands. I’m clumsy, uncoordinated, and could generously be characterised as indoorsy. I’ll likely never be able to take a passion and turn it into a physical object, something to touch and pose with for pictures. But people like Kyle Gilbert can, and we’re luckier for it. Read More >>

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This Video is the Perfect Introduction to the Most Important Actor Whose Face You’ve Never Seen

Most moviegoers may not know Doug Jones, but they’ve almost inevitably seen one of his roles. Read More >>

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Disney Has Been Accused of Plagiarising its Solo: A Star Wars Story Posters

Solo: A Star Wars Story is currently being promoted with a series of stylish, colourful posters. According to one French artist, those posters are plagiarising his work. Read More >>

The Internet Has Turned Erik Killmonger Into The Ultimate Anime Fanboy

We know by now that Michael B. Jordan, who plays Erik Killmonger in the Black Panther film, is a bonafide anime fan. But what if Killmonger was, too? Read More >>

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Who Would Make a Good Composer For The Upcoming Star Wars Movies?

We know two things for sure about Star Wars movies. First, there’s going to be a lot more of them. And second, John Williams won’t be composing the music for all of them. Read More >>

How Black Panther’s Visual Effects Team Gave Life to The Lands of The Jabari

In a detailed interview, visual effects artist Jonathan Weber talks about some of the nitty gritty details that went into making Wakanda really pop on screen. It was a lot of work. Read More >>

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The Last Jedi’s VFX Supervisors Shed Light On The Complex Process of Bringing Snoke to Life

Taking Supreme Leader Snoke from a vague hologram to a physical presence was one of the biggest challenges for the visual effects team on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the process was a complex push and pull between the director, the effects artists, and Andy Serkis, who portrayed Snoke in motion capture and voice. Read More >>

Matt Reeves’ First Netflix Production Will Be A Science Fiction Film About A Mind-Wiped Criminal

Last month, Reeves and his production team 6th & Idaho signed an exclusive first-look deal with the streaming service for future film productions, and now we have a clearer idea of what that production will be. According to Screen Rant, Reeves will produce a film adaptation of the short story “Life Sentence,” penned by author Matthew Baker, after winning the rights to the film in a bidding war with other distributors like Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, and even Apple. Read More >>

Fan Trailer Tries to Weave Together A Better Vision For The Venom Movie

I don’t know if the Venom movie, starring Tom Hardy, is going to be good. I hope it is. But I do know how it looks: like a weird, incoherent series orphan, vainly attempting to capitalise on the popularity of Spider-Man in a fictional universe where Spider-Man isn’t actually accessible as a character. Read More >>