If the cracks in Game of Thrones’ post-books storytelling were starting to show last week, they’ve now erupted into to actual fault lines. Last night’s episode was sometimes baffling, and occasionally outright sloppy on a storytelling level, as characters made countless questionable decisions—and yet the show…
Sometimes, the smallest spark can start a fire. And for David Hasselhoff, he’s hoping his small role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will remind people he too was in a classic science fiction series and let him bring it back in a suitably modern way.
Adam Wingard says there will be a victor in Godzilla vs. Kong. Willem Dafoe discusses filming underwater scenes without water in Aquaman. Krysten Ritter says Jessica Jones season 2 is all about heart. Plus, new pictures of Deadpool 2's Cable and from the set of Avengers 4 and even more Han Solo movie set teases.…
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That was one hell of an episode of Game of Thrones. So much fire. And even more ice! Let’s try to wrap our heads around everything that happened—if you’ve managed to catch your breath and/or pick your jaw up off the ground, that is.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was a success on the strength of its villain. But the William Shatner wasn’t sure a returning series villain was such a good idea.
I probably wouldn’t expect Nintendo-like supply shortages, but if you want to be absolutely sure to get an Xbox One X at launch, preorders are live now.
Baby Driver was one of the biggest hits of the summer box office, and now the company that modified the 2006 Subaru WRX that plays the star car for the opening of the movie is looking to sell it off to somebody who needs a car to jam out in while robbing banks.
Announced during Microsoft’s pre-Gamescom briefing, Jurassic World Evolution will let players build their very own deadly theme parks.
Comedic legend and star of the sci-fi comedy The Nutty Professor Jerry Lewis passed away today at his home. He was 91 years old.
Philip K. Dick loved building worlds, but he loved it even more when they came apart. In the new trailer for the Bryan Cranston-produced anthology series based on his work, everything is coming a little unglued.
When a ragtag band of heroes journeys to the edge of the world in the next episode of Game of Thrones, it’s bound to be harrowing. This fan trailer imagines it as Suicide Squad by way of The Magnificent Seven.
Anyone who’s ever wanted the cold, hard eyes of a murderous Anthony Hopkins staring at them is in luck, because this Hannibal action figure is so accurate it’s uncanny.
While not nearly as enticing as their Prime Day discounts, Amazon’s back-to-school price drops on their Kindle, Fire, and Echo devices are solid deals if you’re in the market.
James Marshall, who plays wannabe bad boy James Hurley on Twin Peaks, finally had a chance to share his opinion on a debate that has consumed the show’s fandom for decades. Is Laura Palmer’s former beau cool?
The first look at the game’s Starfighter Assault mode has the Millennium Falcon, bright lens flares, and yes, Yoda manning a laser turret.
Josie and the Pussycats, the 2001 Archie Comics adaptation and pitch-perfect teen movie satire, was amazing. Its soundtrack was even better. Soon we’ll be able to get it on vinyl, and, frankly? it’s about time those girls got their due.
Last night, Netflix’s Death Note adaptation premiered in New York City, and the screening gave its creators a chance to respond to the widespread criticism of the film’s whitewashing of Japanese characters and context. Their responses aren’t exactly encouraging, but at least they’re talking?
Upcoming horror board game Monster Slaughter taps into the best thing about watching campy horror movies: the order in which teens die. Where it one-ups popcorn and The Blair Witch Project is that, in Monster Slaughter, the player is the beast killing off the obnoxious teens.