Everything Justice League Trailer Tells Us About Its Story, Heroes, and Villains

As is our wont, we’ve taken some time put on our detective’s hats, pool our knowledge of rumour and comic books, and squint at every frame of the new Justice League trailer to tell you everything it’s got hidden in its many shades of grey. Read More >>

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Please Enjoy Steven Moffat’s 1999 Doctor Who Red Nose Day Special

Today is Red Nose Day, an annual charity telethon organised by Comic Relief. Part of Red Nose Day is always a number of sketches and shorts from various TV shows. One of the most famous also happens to be Steven Moffat’s very first filmed Doctor Who story: “The Curse of Fatal Death.” Read More >>

You Can Watch the First Five Minutes of Ghost in the Shell Right Here

Whatever else might be true of the live-action Ghost in the Shell movie, it’s also true that the filmmakers have put as much of the budget on the screen as humanly possible. And as you can tell when you watch the film’s opening scene—available here and now for your viewing pleasure—it has paid off, at least in in the visuals department. Read More >>

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Darth Vader’s Big Rogue One Scene Barely Made It Into the Film

One of the biggest highlights of Rogue One—maybe the biggest—is when the Dark Lord of the Sith boards the doomed Rebel ship that’s trying to get the Death Star plans to Princess Leia’s Tantive IV. But it turns out the scene was conceived at practically the last minute. Read More >>

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The New Trailer for Doctor Who Brings Back Almost Everything and Everyone

A brand new trailer for Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat’s last series of Doctor Who has dropped and it has so much in it. Although the cast does helpfully name most of the things you’re seeing. Read More >>

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Refuses to Say if Yoda’s in The Last Jedi, Frank Oz Does

I’m not saying Frank Oz is definitely playing Yoda in Star Wars: Episode VIII, but I am saying it’s telling that he apparently can’t just say “no” when asked about it Read More >>

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Learn All About Alien: Covenant’s Walter the Android From This Very Unsettling ‘Advert’

One of the things we know about Alien: Covenant is that Michael Fassbender is pulling double-duty in it. He’ll be playing David, the android from the last film, and Walter, another android from the same assembly line... or so we thought. The latest, utterly bizarre Alien: Covenant promo just ruined a bit of that theory. Read More >>

Thor: Ragnarok Is Basically Planet Hulk Plus a Road Trip Comedy

We’ve finally got a lot more official details about the plot to Thor: Ragnarok, and while there is a lot of Planet Hulk going on, there seems to be a significant lack of, well, Ragnarok in the description we have so far. Read More >>

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Star Wars Is Poised to Re-Make One of the Expanded Universe’s Biggest Mistakes

When Disney acquired Star Wars and Lucasfilm announced the all the stories of the Expanded Universe had been jettisoned, it seemed like a galaxy far, far away was getting a fresh start. But that hasn’t totally been true, as pieces of the EU keep making their way back to the new canon. Now it seems like Star Wars may—may—be re-adding a certain idea that probably should never have existed in the first place. Read More >>

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In the New Star Wars Canon, Thrawn Learned About the Emperor From a Shocking Source

USA Today has an excerpt from Thrawn by Timothy Zahn, which is out April 11th and still too far away for my liking. It reveals that Thrawn, before he was a grand admiral or even a member of the Imperial military, had a surprising source of information on Emperor Palpatine. Read More >>

Everything the Covenant Trailer Reveals About the Latest Installment of the Alien Franchise

Yesterday, we got a brand new trailer for Alien: Covenant. And today we’re piecing together all the clues we’ve gotten about this movie into one big breakdown. We do it so you don’t have to go crazy. Read More >>

In the Latest Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer, Star-Lord Meets His Dad

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 premiered a brand new trailer last night. It’s got space battles, dancing, and more Rocket gadgets. Plus, we finally see Peter (Chris Pratt) meet his dad. Just try to be upset that the galaxy is in danger while watching this. Read More >>

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What the Hell is Star Wars: Rivals?

Lucasfilm has applied for a trademark on “Star Wars: Rivals.” Here’s what we know: next to nothing. Read More >>

Suicide Squad Is Now an Oscar-Winning Movie

Congratulations to Alessandro Bertolazzi, Giorgio Gregorini, and Christopher Nelson. I mean that sincerely, because in addition to actually doing some great makeup work but who also had to work under what I imagine to be truly unnecessarily awful conditions. Read More >>

How The Man in the High Castle Brought Hitler’s Future Germany to Life

One of the best things about The Man in the High Castle TV show is how thorough the world-building is. It’s not just 1960s America, co-occupied by the Japanese Empire and Nazi Germany, either—season two showed us the disturbing grandeur of what Berlin could have looked like had the Nazis won World War II, by creating a monumental building Hitler himself had envisioned. Read More >>