Today, Netflix finally dropped the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Punisher series and though it was rather light on plot details, it presented a very clear idea of what kind of show we’re in for: one presenting Marvel’s most dangerous vigilante at his most vicious and deadly, but without Netflix’s other…
Matthew Vaughn, director of the Kingsman series, was also a producer on the 2015 Fantastic Four movie. It was the third terrible film 20th Century Fox made starring those characters and, in a new interview, Vaughn says he’d love to atone for that.
The ill-fated scifi western Firefly debuted on Fox 15 years ago today. And while the show didn’t last long on the air, Serenity herself has kept on flying. So tell us, what do you remember most about the cult classic? And, perhaps more importantly, do you feel its legacy still matters?
IDW Games has officially unveiled its The Legend of Korra: Pro-Bending Arena board game, which pits teams of benders in a fight for survival. It doesn’t come out until February 2018, but I’ve had a chance to play an early copy. After many hours of rulebook studying, trial and error, and eventual triumph against my…
Tragic circumstances earlier this year lead to Zack Snyder leaving his work on the Justice League movie, with Joss Whedon brought in to take his place during reshoots. Although Snyder has slowly begun returning to the world of movie making in the form of a new short film, he will definitely not be planning a return to …
As everyone sits around and talks about the Marvel and DC Cinematic Universes, Fox is quietly doing its own very cool superhero stuff. They’ve got Deadpool, X-Force, more X-Men movies but it seems like New Mutants may be the most surprising of the bunch.
NBC’s The Good Place premiered last year and immediately swanned off with all my good will. It’s a show that is riotously funny, with great characters and a completely unique setting. You absolutely should be watching it when its second season premieres tonight.
Pretty much since Riverdale entered production, there have been hints and teases that the show could be used to bring another beloved Archie Comics character back to TV, in the form of the spellbinding Sabrina the Teenage Witch. But now it’s official: Sabrina’s getting her own TV show instead.
The Lego Ninjago Movie starts like a strobe light and ends like a night light. At first, it’s bright, loud, fast, and in your face—a constant barrage of visuals and sounds. Then it slows down considerably, focusing on the story and character development. One part is better than the other but neither is great, and,…
The first teaser trailer is out for Anna and the Apocalypse, a holiday musical comedy about a student who dreams of a stocking full of sugar plums, but instead gets an apocalypse full of the undead.
It producer Roy Lee’s next project is a little bigger than creepy clowns hiding in sewers—literally bigger, because it’s a plan to bring the far-future Japanese robo-epic Ma.K to live action for Warner Bros.
Fox’s Gotham has officially flown over the Cuckoo’s Nest. In season 3 alone, we got chopped-off hands, a girl whose body aged a decade, not to mention that whole “wearing Jerome’s face” thing. io9's latest video is a peek at the craziest moments in season three, just in time for Gotham’s triumphant return Thursday.
HBO already has four possible Game of Thrones prequels in development, why not add a fifth? Game of Thrones co-executive producer and writer Bryan Cogman looks to be working with George R.R. Martin himself on another possible prequel to the hit series.
The recent buyer of Laura Palmer’s real house from Twin Peaks not only played the homeowner of the fictional house in The Return, but is also letting show fans stop by for visit.
We’ve known that Netflix was working on a Punisher solo series spun off from the character’s appearance in the second season of Daredevil for some time now, but the streaming giant’s been secretive about when we can actually expect to see the show.
The new trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle shows just how many video game references can be crammed into a two-minute trailer, while raising the stakes in a way that’s possibly more horrific than we expected: The characters will die, over and over and over again.
Margot Robbie dances around the rumored Joker/Harley Quinn movie. Go behind the bricks with a ton of new Lego Ninjago Movie footage. Gotham’s David Mazouz teases a very villainous Ra’s al Ghul. Plus, pictures from the return of The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow and behind the scenes on Star Trek: Discovery. Spoilers…