I have been all about Syfy’s new show Wynonna Earp since the first trailer about a female gunslinger returning to her hometown to kill demons was first released.
Call me Captain Marvel. pic.twitter.com/IgqRIb9ijM — Brie Larson (@brielarson) July 24, 2016 The rumors of Brie Larson being the favorite of Marvel Studios to play Carol Danvers a.k.a.
After a hiatus, we’re back with three episodes in just one post! Don’t say I never did anything for you.
Jon Stewart’s return to late-night television was much-anticipated, and fortunately when The Late Show With Stephen Colbert kicked off its coverage of the Republican National Convention with a run of live shows we were definitely not disappointed.
Yes Squirrel Girl happened @Comic_Con #SDCC #EisnerAwards #cosplay #jbstyle JB pic.twitter.com/mLb4s9FY1I — John Barrowman MBE (@Team_Barrowman) July 23, 2016 John Barrowman (most recently of Arrow fame, though we’re going to be seeing a lot more of him across the total of four CW DC shows going into the new season) hosted the Eisner Awards last night and graced everyone present with his cosplays of choice (created by geek apparel designer Elhoffer Design!
Bates Motel is set to come to an end in its fifth and final season–and it’s going to go out in classic Psycho style.
First the reveal of the official poster for Wonder Woman (courtesy of star Gal Gadot), and now this: the first official trailer (you know, beyond the revealed footage that we saw previously).
It’s no stretch to say that The Blair Witch Project is one of the most oft-remembered (and oft-quoted) scary movies of its generation.
Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel American Gods for Starz has been in the works for a while now, but our excitement just rocketed to new heights after the show held its first official panel at this year’s Comic-Con.
The Recap: Steven and Connie fuse to take on their old nemesis, Kevin, and beat him in a race. In the grand scheme of things, this is only the second episode where we’ve met Stevonnie.
I’m loving The CW’s programming right now, and most of my favorite shows, from all the DC TV stuff to shows like Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, are on that network.
The Walking Dead (Season 7) – Official Teaser… by comicbookdotcom There you have it, folks, a brand new trailer for season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
Chris Pine and Imogen Poots appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden recently, where Corden decided to put all of Pine’s bad habits and awkwardness on full blast for the world to see.
It’s yet another Friday on a week during which Pokémon GO has existed in the world as a thing you can download and play, and you know what that means: more Pokémon GO news to finish the week, as it turns out.
The world of Marvel Comics’ Wakanda is about to get a lot more feminine. After the success of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ current run on Black Panther, Marvel has made another big move in an attempt to diversify not only their characters, but the writers and artists in their employ.
A dream come true! Happy to finally share this with you all 💥💪🏻⚔ #brandspakingnew#WonderWoman#WWxSDCCpic.twitter.com/CNzholjs1i — Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) July 22, 2016 Gal Gadot shared the first poster for Wonder Woman on Twitter today, and we’re already in love with it!
A lot of the characters have had their looks updated, and frankly speaking, the new fashions are pretty solid. To be completely honest, they do hit that 90s throwback style in just the right way.
Leslie Jones has had a tough week consisting of her receiving a large amount heinously racist and sexist harassment online, the eventual banning of accounts guilty of abuse on Twitter, and her triumphant return to the platform.
Today is the final book reveal from the new imprint from kids’ graphic novel publisher, Papercutz! Charmz is a new line of graphic novels aimed at tween girls that’s set to launch in May 2017.
If you’ve ever wondered what it might feel like to have Darth Vader himself stare you down, then you’ll probably be interested in what ILMxLAB has been cooking up.