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The Hulk’s Bed In Thor: Ragnarok Is Truly Incredible

Where does the Hulk sleep? Well, wherever the hell he wants. But when the big green guy's at home, apparently he curls up in one of the most weirdly majestic and oddly toothy beds you will ever see. Read More >>

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Harvard A Capella Group Honours John Williams With Medley Of His Best Scores

John Williams was recently presented with an honorary doctorate in music from Harvard University, and since they couldn't sneak an entire orchestra onto the stage, one of the school's most famous a cappella groups took it upon themselves to pay musical tribute to Hollywood's most iconic composer. Read More >>

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Presenting The Poe Dameron Scale, The Ultimate Star Wars Name-Ranking System

It is well documented that we — we being James and Katharine — are obsessed with the names in Star Wars. We even have our own not-at all-scientific rating system to judge our favourite, comical names from the galaxy far, far away: The Poe Dameron Scale™. And we are proud now to introduce the PDS to the world. Read More >>

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You May Not Care About Avatar, But Its New Theme Park Is A Glimpse Into Disney’s Future

Disney's foundation may have been built on animation, but these days, Disney is powered by franchises. That's especially true in the theme parks, where major expansions have recently been announced based on some of Disney's newer, blockbuster franchises such as Star Wars, Marvel and... Avatar. And while you may have no feelings about James Cameron's 2009 mind-bogglingly successful film, I think you'll feel very differently if you enter the world of Pandora at Disney World. Read More >>

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Carrie Fisher Slapped Oscar Isaac So Many Times on the Set of The Last Jedi

Have you ever found out about something and then realise it was everything you’ve ever needed? Because that’s how I feel knowing there’s footage somewhere of Carrie Fisher slapping Oscar Isaac—as General Leia and Poe Dameron—over and over again. Read More >>

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Why Good Science Fiction Is A Study Of Humanity

What makes a science fiction story truly great? Is it the story, the characters, their connection with the audience? Read More >>

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Captain Marvel Gets an Unexpected Tie-In to MCU’s Ant-Man

Captain Marvel, the upcoming Marvel film starring Brie Larson, has largely been shrouded in mystery. Mainly, what will it be about, and how will Carol Danvers get her superpowers? We might finally have an answer—or at least a hint of one. And it’s all about a surprising connection with Ant-Man. Read More >>

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The First Full Trailer for Batman and Harley Quinn Marks a Return to Classic DC Animated Style

The Dark Knight and the woman formerly known as Dr. Harleen Quinzel are usually trying to punch or—in the latter’s case—kill each other. Now, in DC’s latest direct-to-video animated feature, they’ve got to work together so that humanity doesn’t get turned into fertiliser. Read More >>

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Sony’s Black Cat/Silver Sable Movie Might Have a New Name and a New Director

Sony’s Marvel Universe—yeah, that’s still a terrible name, right?—is making some big moves lately. While the Venom movie recently found its host, the studio’s other planned film, starring Spidey supporting characters Black Cat and Silver Sable, might have just landed itself a director in the form of Gina Prince-Bythewood. Read More >>

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This Isn’t Anakin Skywalker’s Lightsaber Anymore. It’s Rey’s.

Anakin Skywalker’s lightsaber is no more—at least namewise, that is. It turns out, internally at Lucasfilm, the marketing team no longer views this weapon as one owned by the fallen Jedi, instead it’s now officially Rey’s weapon of choice. Read More >>

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Happy 40th Anniversary Star Wars

As of right now, Star Wars is officially 40 years old. Which is itself amazing in that I bet a lot of people are feeling very old right now. Equally amazing is just how many stories have been told in that universe in that time. Read More >>

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Will Remind You Why You Love (and Hate) These Movies

Like the ocean it takes place on, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has had plenty of ups and downs. These metaphorical seas have been so rough, in fact, that some people don’t even remember there was a fourth film in 2011, On Stranger Tides, even though it grossed a billion dollars worldwide. I’m happy to say the fifth film, Dead Men Tell No Tales, is probably the best film in the franchise since the very first movie... even though that’s not a particularly high bar. Read More >>

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The Latest Valerian Trailer is a Neon-Streaked, Action-Packed Journey to Save the Universe

Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is not lacking in colour or a wide variety of alien life, that’s for sure. This new trailer really focuses on explaining the basics of the plot: agents Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are investigating and then trying to stop a threat to Alpha, the titular “city of a thousand planets.” Which is when, of course, the entire universe gets in trouble. Read More >>

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New The Last Jedi Info Includes Our First Look at Laura Dern and Benecio Del Toro’s Characters

After teasing it yesterday with some gorgeous covers, Vanity Fair has released its cover story for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and it’s packed with new information about the movie—but it also gives us our first look at two mysterious new characters coming to the Star Wars saga. Read More >>

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New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailers Treat Spidey Like A Kid

Two new trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming just hit the web, and the focus this time is on Spidey's "internship" to Tony Stark and penchant for selfies. Read More >>