As we anticipate the arrival of Rogue One in a couple of months, thank goodness we have Force Friday to keep us thoroughly entertained if slightly poorer.
We have already been pretty interested to see Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming animated Netflix show Trollhunters; the story is actually an adaptation of a little-known book of the same title that del Toro wrote.
If you haven’t seen the first episode of Luke Cage, now would be the perfect to time exit out of this post and watch before returning.
Looks like the upcoming remake of Murder on the Orient Express has picked up some pretty solid A-list passengers.
Emma Watson is so perfect to make “The beauty and The beast” 😍😍 pic.twitter.com/wIYwV05KKv — Lorena Alves (@lorena_alves04_) September 30, 2016 In the upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, Bill Condon promises all the magic of the classic with a technological update.
If you are a woman on the Internet, it’s likely that you’ve read the popular (and hilarious) blog, B*tches Gotta Eat by Chicago-based writer, Samantha Irby.
[The title is pretty self-explanatory, but Stranger Things season 1 spoilers ahead] Season 2 of Stranger Things has many, many questions to answer. Are Nancy and Steve still together?
We all know that you’ll probably be watching as much Luke Cage as you can this weekend. But if you, like me, have prior commitments and have some dead space while commuting or otherwise moving around, why not give this Luke Cage mixtape/playlist on Spotify a try?
Listen, Donald Trump has said a lot of terrible things about women. He even publicly defended doing so during the first presidential debate.
A few days ago, an account appeared on Facebook and Twitter called Trek For Trump. Their goal? To get out the vote for Hillary Clinton, because if one believes in the optimistic, inclusive world of Star Trek, a vote for a man who is vocally racist, sexist, and who thinks himself smarter than other people simply because he’s managed to stay rich by not paying taxes doesn’t make sense.
While many of you have undoubtedly begun your marathon session of Luke Cage (which came out earlier this morning), there are some of you who aren’t quite there yet.
Based on a novella that predates Dracula as the first vampire story, Carmilla is an award winning Canadian webseries that chronicles the strange happenings at Silas University in “picturesque” Styria, Austria.
You might be sick of hearing about diversity and I might be exhausted from writing about it but until we stop treating people of color as accessories on screen, this conversation will continue to happen.
We’re all* excited about Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition (*based on the fact that infinity people clicked on it), with its library of built-in classic NES games and notable improvement over your original NES that it has an HDMI connection/didn’t get sold at a yard sale 15 years ago. But, Nintendo is, of course, introducing the Japanese version as well, which mimics the look of the Japanese console that would become our NES.
image via Helga Esteb/Shutterstock We’re so excited that the Lynda Carter, A.K.A. the first live-action Wonder Woman, will be joining the cast of Supergirl when it returns for its second season on The CW.
I know, I know–we’re not supposed to talk about Fight Club. But this “Superhero Fight Club” video is too adorable not to share, okay?
HBO’s upcoming robot-centric drama Westworld premieres this Sunday night, but there’s also a special advanced screening taking place tomorrow night in Boston, MA.
Spying on your neighbor isn’t something you do in real life (at least I hope not), which is why we have video games, I suppose!
What’s better than Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman popping up alongside Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl in a recent clip released by the CW?
Whether or not you’re excited for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, it’s always fun to meet other Harry Potter fans, so that’s as good a reason as any to get psyched for this upcoming international event organized by the Fantastic Beasts team.