The Hayabusa 2 spacecraft‘s latest photo of the Ryugu asteroid, taken from a distance of just 25 miles (40 km), shows for the first time surface features like boulders and craters, in addition to revealing the object’s unique dice-like appearance.
If you’ve already binged all of Netflix’s The Staircase and need a new dark and twisty story to consume, this New York Times bestseller might do the trick. The Woman in the Window is described as “a smart, sophisticated novel of psychological suspense that recalls the best of Hitchcock,” and the Kindle version is just…
After the release of Avengers: Infinity War, everything about the Marvel Cinematic Universe was suddenly in question, with an obvious problem: How in the hell will Marvel market movies released in the future starring characters who Thanos seemingly snapped into oblivion?
The Hero of Harlem returned last Friday for a new season of Luke Cage that shone a spotlight on the supporting players in Luke’s life in the wake of a new threat terrorizing the neighborhood. But while there was a lot to like, there were still a few things that didn’t quite ring true for us. Here’s what we thought…
Westworld has ended its fascinating but confusing second season with an episode that closed a lot of doors, opened a few windows, and changed its own game entirely with a closing scene that we have to talk about. In this season’s last episode of TheoryWorld, io9's Beth Elderkin and Gizmodo social editor Joe Tonelli…
You can sit here all you want and tell me that the Adam West-era Batman theme song isn’t fantastic, but you’d be lying. Lying, I say. The very good people at Monster Truck Ninja know this to be true, and have given all of Gotham’s best (and worst) the chance to boogie to the iconic music in an excellent CG video that…
If you’ve ever watched the History Channel at 3AM, you know that the Nazis had a secret program during World War II to develop flying saucers. The Nazi’s UFO experiments never actually flew, but the model toy company Revell recently released a set in Germany that makes it look like one of the Nazi saucers actually…
Crazy twists! Shocking murders! Secret hosts! The ultimate Bernard vs. Dolores showdown! If those are the things you loved about watching Westworld, last night’s season two finale had to be immensely satisfying. If you wanted everything to make sense, well… maybe not so much.
DC might be hunting for the perfect actor to play Doom Patrol’s team leader. Hannah John-Kamen is up for a Thunderbolts movie. Don Mancini has confirmed that a Child’s Play TV show is in the works. Plus, more hints at casting for the new Men in Black movie, and The Terror’s second season heads beyond the Northwest…
Hank Pym, the first hero to take on the mantle of Ant-Man, is still the hero most people think of when they hear the name. But in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the current reigning Ant-Man is Scott Lang, who inherits the mantle from an aged Pym (Michael Douglas).
There’s that old adage about dogs chasing cars, not knowing what they’d do if they caught one. Well, a rat in Assam state, India knew exactly what it wanted to do when it broke into an ATM earlier this month, and that was feasting on money until it died.
Scanline Media really has outdone themselves.
If you thought you had a hard time learning about the ending of Infinity War, it seems like the stars had an even rougher one.
Like any prolific director, anime legend Hayao Miyazaki has a few preoccupations in his writing. Particularly, he’s fascinated by the natural world, and the conflict between man’s desires and nature’s power.
I’m a sucker for Dark Souls lore, and Dark Souls retold as a fairy tale storybook is one of the best ways to get that lore communicated in an easy, simple way.
Ramin Djawadi has an important job. As the composer for Westworld, he has to somehow keep topping himself by creating atmospheric, thematically resonant musical cues to ground and frame the android action in the show.
We know that upcoming adventure featuring Marvel Comics’ iconic wall-crawler will have him swinging in places other than New York. Tonight, Tom Holland revealed a very apt title for the spider-sequel.
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