Aladdin just got a whole hell of a lot darker.
Wilson Bethel, the man cast as Bullseye in the third season of Daredevil, had another chance at the Marvel universe in the past. It was a big one.
There are plenty of reasons to be worried about air quality these days, from the Environmental Protection Agency killing an expert panel on dangerous particulate matter to the Trump administration’s plan to scrap mercury regulations. But today, we got some good news to remind everyone about the value of environmental…
Somebody sure is confident.
This is a fantastic She-Ra.
A week before Spider-Man released, some people on the internet started freaking out about the game’s apparent lack of puddles. There were a lot of puddles in an early trailer for the game, and later, not as many puddles in what appeared to be the same location, which some saw as a downgrade. Fortunately, they need be…
Wreck-it Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet traffics is an irreverent sort of film. To collide a bunch of properties together, stir them up in the wide seas of the internet, and throw them out into an animated comedy requires a willingness to not take things too seriously. But there are still some things the movie…
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Here’s a fun mental exercise: Describe Venom to a child. I’ve tried it. It’s ridiculous.
The last few weeks have seen a flurry of casting news for a new movie based on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s T.S. Eliot-inspired musical about actual cats hanging out. It is both the most 2018 news to appear on the horizon and also the most 1981 news. Personally, I’m still trying to understand it!
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly round up of all the cool toys and merch we’ve spotted on this here internet lately. This week: War Machine suits up for Figuarts’ Infinity War line, an incredibly squishy Super Mario cushion, and perhaps the most inconvenient yet still delightful way to play Ms. Pac-Man ever…
It’s Friday night and the mood is right. Time to have some fun, show you how it’s done, TDIF. That’s right, it’s “Thank (the) Doctor It’s Friday,” as we say “Brilliant!” to another week with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. Let’s celebrate everything Doctor Who the best way we know how—with a Friday gif party.
Remember the young girl in Sweden who went swimming in a lake and found a sword that was discovered to be 1,000 years old? She’s even cooler than I previously suspected, which I can confirm after reading the story of how she became the Queen of Sweden in her own words.
Over the past decade, bits and bobs of the Marvel movieverse have found their way back into the comics. Sometimes it works, sometimes it feels like an awkward mandate. But Shuri’s new comic manages to marry the best of both movie and comic worlds while making that blending a core arc for the Wakandan princess.
The latest episode of The Good Place has our heroes finding their hidden strengths when faced with insurmountable odds. But it also provided fans with a really great callback to season one.
Mercury is the best planet, in my humble but well-researched opinion. Sure, it may be small, rocky, and lacking an atmosphere, but how it came to look the way it does absolutely baffles scientists. It might even have water and carbon hidden away from the beginning of the Solar System. Tonight, scientists from the…
’Tis the season to blast “Thriller” and binge-watch all your favorite scary movies. Naturally, the mind drifts to one of the greatest talents the genre ever knew: Vincent Price. The actor had a long, varied career—he was also an art expert and a cookbook author!—but here are our favorite spooky and offbeat highlights.