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Star Wars Armada is a great game to play every once in a while. But committing to play a lot of it in the name of an organised campaign is another story.
It’s always the same with blockbuster movie marketing these days—the closer you get to release, the more and more footage comes out to the point you could piece together everything chronologically and come away with a huge chunk of the actual movie. Sometimes the studios themselves do it for you in the form of…
The new Hellboy film will be rated R. The next season of iZombie has a peculiar political inspiration. The Supernatural spinoff has found another cast member. A Star Trek legend will go behind the camera for Discovery. Plus, new pictures from the set of Deadpool 2, and more Game of Thrones featurettes. Spoilers Get!
Ask people what they most remember about Steven Spielberg’s Hook, and the answer is bound to be Rufio. The character, played by Dante Basco, was the leader of the Lost Boys before Peter Pan returned to Neverland, and ultimately, he’s killed by Captain Hook.
Jim Henson’s Dark Crystal is a classic to many—and with Netflix’s recent announcement that they’re bringing the world of Thra back to life, it’s interesting to look back at the groundbreaking work that went into the 1982 movie. A new book promises to do just that, and we’ve got an exclusive look inside.
Season 11 of X-Files is set to premiere in 2018, following a not particularly memorable Season 10 revival of the old series. Showrunner Chris Carter reassembled his writers’ room to fill the ten-episode order, building on Season 10's six episodes. This year, he added some new people, with one thing in common.
Popular director Edgar Wright is someone who prides himself on a broad, diverse knowledge of film. He’s the kind of person that tries to see every movie that comes out. Unless, of course, you’re talking about the film he was supposed to make and didn’t.
GWAR has done it. Slayer has done it. KISS went off the goddamn chain to do theirs. And now, Iron Maiden is joining in on the metal band comic trend—or, more specifically, its longtime mascot Eddie is.
You might remember last month when orcas ate an enormous great white shark’s liver, Hannibal Lecter style, in South Africa. It seems the killer whales have decided, why stop there? Why not take the testicles and stomach, too?
The firing of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from the Han Solo movie feels like it could be a turning point for the rejuvenated Star Wars. We’re learning a lot more about what Lucasfillm feels is acceptable within its universe and what isn’t. The problem is that what’s acceptable looks to be very, very narrow.
Injustice 2 brought a lot of cool DC fan service to video games last month, but one of its best additions was making Supergirl part of the story. Although game fans have already seen what happens after Kara’s arrival in Injustice, the ongoing digital comic series is delving into the moment she first lands on Earth,…
Jessica Henwick is conquering genre franchises—she was in The Force Awakens, Game of Thrones, and Marvel’s Iron Fist. But that last commitment—as Colleen Wing—is so great it almost kept us from ever seeing her in Game of Thrones again.
Growing up as a kid who loved comic books, I spent many an afternoon running around the park pretending to be a superhero fighting all manners of evil. Fun as it was, the process of picking out which superhero I wanted to be always stressed me out for one particular reason that still bothers me to this day.
You don’t have to wait until December for new Star Wars stories. There will actually be some released next week when short-form animated series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny officially premieres on YouTube.
One of the most influential science fiction series of all time is coming to television: according to Deadline, David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman are developing Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series.
The Battle of New York at the end of The Avengers is a crucial moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s the moment the whole world changed. And when it happened, a little boy named Peter Parker was just a few miles away in Queens.
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