A young boy with the ability to leave his body and fly around teams up with a police detective to take down New York City’s crime boss. This is the plot of the new animated film Phantom Boy, and we’re excited to debut the U.S. trailer, courtesy of GKids.
It’s been a while since I’ve wanted to send a letter bad enough to actually buy a stamp. But these new space stamps might finally make it worth it.
Good news, X-fans: Fox is going forward with the first of its X-Men universe TV shows, Legion, and has given it a series order. Check out the first picture of Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens as David Haller (who may or may not be Professor X’s estranged son) above!
Basically, imagine that Bryan Singer is Michael Corleone and the X-Men movies are the mob. Only he’s not upset so much as he is resigned and kind of happy about it.
Moon Knight, Night Thrasher, the Black Fox... Marvel’s got a few characters that incorporate elements from DC Comics’ Dark Knight. But the House of Ideas’ most on-the-nose nocturnal-avenger homage is probably Nighthawk, a character who originated as part of the Marvel’s Squadron Supreme concept.
Much like its hockey-masked killer, the Friday the 13th franchise is apparently immortal, surviving hell, outer space, a bout with Freddy Krueger, and a 2009 reboot. That said, it’s taken a rather long time to get to the series’ much-anticipated 13th installment—but now we’ve gotten some intriguing news.
Disney’s new Mary Poppins movie, starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, and directed by Rob Marshall, is finally official! The sequel will be called Mary Poppins Returns and it’ll be released Christmas Day 2018. So, you’d imagine a third film to be called Mary Poppins Forever followed by Mary and Jack, then Mary…
Climate change is real, it’s happening right now, and it’s pushing us into an increasingly grim-looking future. Still don’t believe it? Take a look at this graph.
Marvel’s Civil War II #1 comic event finally begins tomorrow, but are you prepared? Fear not, because we’re here with the answers to all your questions, as well as everything else you should know about Civil War II.
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Written and directed by first-time filmmaker Mark Elijah Rosenberg, Approaching the Unknown is a new space movie starring Mark Strong as a man on a solo mission to Mars who has to keep his ship and his sanity from falling apart. In this exclusive clip, we see his final human interaction before continuing his journey.
Sometime in the wasted future, a four-eyed fellow has only his dog for companionship—which is fine most of the time, but it sure is a lonely existence. When the pup digs up a radio that somehow still works, the duo embarks on a journey to see who or what might be sending a signal.
In a teaser for production on Transformers: The Last Knight starting this month—yes, that does appear to be a thing that happens now—this was revealed with a robot face and a rumbling sort of growl sound. We have no idea what it means.
After a 2003 adaptation of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s graphic novel failed to launch a hoped-for franchise—and a 2013 TV series never made it past the pilot stage—20th Century Fox is once again tackling The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Several years ago, rumors began to swirl that Marvel Studios was going to send Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk into space for an adaptation of the popular comic storyline, Planet Hulk. Now that Hulk now going into the cosmos for Thor: Ragnarok, this could be the time.
Last Wednesday, I reported that No Man’s Sky had been delayed. For two days, up until the game’s developers confirmed the news, I received a stream of nasty messages, angry tweets, and, as has become a standard part of gaming culture, threats against me and my family.
There’s no doubt we lost Stanley Kubrick before we were ready. He died in 1999 at the age of 71, fresh off his first movie in over a decade with no plans of stopping. In fact, a new interview reveals after the release of Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick wanted to make a movie about Pinocchio.
An innovative sponge-filled dressing device recently saved the life of a coalition forces soldier who was shot in the leg. It’s the first documented clinical use of the product, known as XSTAT.