Force Friday isn’t just about toys. It’s about Disney and Lucasfilm finally unveiling Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to the world.
What We Do in the Shadows is the only vampire mock-doc the world will ever need, because it is hilarious, raunchy, and perfectly self-aware.
The downside to the new Planet of the Apes series is the films are so FX-heavy that they take a long time to make—and you may forget a new one is coming.
Grab yourself a bear claw and a blue cocktail, preferably served in a goldfish bowl. Sure, we had a feeling this was coming—PHRASING—but FX’s animated spy comedy Archer will end after its 10th season.
In Colossal, Anne Hathaway plays an alcoholic underachiever who is forced to move back to her rural hometown.
Earlier this week, we opened hailing frequencies and asked you, our beloved readers, about the books, comics, movies, games, and shows that you never expected would give you a sudden dose of the feels.
An ugly, dangerous storm is brewing out there. After a bout of rapid intensification last night, Hurricane Matthew has now achieved Category 3 status, packing 120 mph winds.
Disney is once again shuffling its properties around so that comics, movies, theme parks, and television shows share source material.
As if we couldn’t possibly be more excited for a return to Twin Peaks next year, here’s a minute of Angelo Badalamenti playing Laura’s theme from the original show to make the wait for more even more excruciating.
October is nearly here, which means it’s time to re-up your pile of reading material for a new month.
There’s already a ton of stuff in Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods for showrunner Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation to cover, but now we know the series is going to start delving into less-explored areas of the book’s world of deities—especially, it seems, the mysterious Mad Sweeney.
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire.
In one of the least surprising turn of events in history, the people who worked on Star Trek—a show which envisions a future Earth without sexism, racism, religion, and even money—find the thought of a Trump presidency abhorrent.
Though A Monster Calls is about a child and a talking tree, it’s more layered, emotional, and powerful than most movies starring adults.
We’ve not actually seen all that much from Disney’s upcoming remake of its animated classic Beauty and the Beast—but new images that have emerged today make up for it by basically being ripped straight out of the original movie.
Westworld, HBO’s long-gestating adaptation of the 1973 movie of the same name, finally premieres this Sunday.
A series of quakes under the Salton Sea may be a signal that the San Andreas Fault is on the verge of buckling.
The microUSB cable that came with whatever gadget you need to charge every night probably works just fine, assuming you take care of it.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as part of their seventh annual initiative to promote awareness, Cartoon Network has announced that it’s recruiting some of its most beloved shows for a month-long block of special episodes to encourage kids to stand up to bullying.
Some superheroes’ personalities change over time, especially when many creators work on them over decades of publishing history.