When the Disney theme parks open their two Star Wars themed lands in 2019, the name in the brochure will be “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.” But Galaxy’s Edge is actually a new planet, revealed today to be called Batuu.
After six years keeping watching over the House of Ideas, Axel Alonso is parting ways with Marvel Comics to make way for the publisher’s newest editor-in-chief: longtime editor and president of Marvel’s international brand management C. B. Cebulski.
So far, most of Warner Bros.’ films based on DC Comics characters haven’t had the kinds of ending credits sequences that are staples of Marvel’s movies. That all changes with Justice League, with a major hint about a future challenge to the team’s heroes.
One nice thing about teddy bears is that if your dog tears the head off of your child’s favorite one, you can just sew it back on. But you don’t proclaim your achievement a “wild success”—rather, you say, “here, I have fixed your lifeless play-thing.”
Sometime in the past three or four years there was a breakthrough in waffle-making technology that paved the way for simple appliances that can churn out the malty treats in endless novelty shapes. But during that waffle-making revolution, one machine has leaped ahead of the pack with its ability to make tiny,…
Godzilla’s first ever anime movie, Monster Planet, may have only just debuted in Japanese cinemas. But we already have some details about what’s in store for the follow-up, and what it is is giant robots. Specifically, one very delightful giant robot in the form of Mechagodzilla.
If you’re still listening to your TV through its built-in speakers, it’s time to drop what you’re doing and grab a sound bar on sale.
Even though he’s a founding member of the Justice League, Aquaman’s never really enjoyed the same kind of widespread cultural significance other characters like Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman have. Aquaman’s had a long-standing image problem, but with Justice League, DC’s finally trying to fix it in a very…
Detective Pikachu has found its non-Pikachu star. Edward James Olmos teases the surprising humor of The Predator. Gotham is setting up another major arc for Jerome’s return. Plus, new pictures from The Flash’s new encounter with its big bad of the season, and Reign makes her debut on Supergirl. Spoilers get!
Many live-action anime adaptations are objectively terrible, but Robot Underdog’s Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope manages to set itself apart. Not with incredibly high production values or brilliant fight sequences, but with an earnest love and respect for the series that it’s based on.
EA is temporarily pulling the microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront II, a shocking move that comes after days of zealous fan anger and just hours before the official launch of the game.
It sounds like Daisy Ridley is going to have to endure even more of Josh Gad’s nerdy, on-set questions about the future of Star Wars.
This week’s release of Justice League is a major marker in the DC Expanded Universe. However, it sounds like the Flash solo movie Flashpoint might even be bigger—and it may provide a way for Ben Affleck to get out of being Batman.
Astronomer Abel Méndez from the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico has put together a Periodic Table of Exoplanets, where each of the 3,700 confirmed exoplanets is slotted into its own discrete category—including planets that could harbor life.
Man, being pregnant while filming an action movie must suck almost as much as being Joker Leto. Justice League star and resident savior of the DCEU Gal Gadot is a real-life warrior, having endured a slough of filming while in the family way. And yes, her story includes a vomit bucket.
The first trailer for Dwayne Johnson’s non-Jumanji video game venture Rampage is basically what you’d get if Rise of the Planet of the Apes replaced a serum for intelligence with one that makes giant gorillas, and huge wolves run amok for seemingly no reason.
“I’m a nice guy” is right up there with “Infinite Jest is my favorite book” and “You like Huey Lewis and the News?” on the list of things a man can say that should immediately raise red flags. Philo Harris, the hero of Image’s upcoming comic Death of Love, really wants you to know that he’s a nice guy.
Estranged siblings reconnect in Chris Osborn’s abstract scifi drama Sisters, and the reunion shifts from shaky to tense when the more rootless of the two blames her prolonged absence on an alien abduction. Is her wild story true, or is something far more earthbound (like mental illness) to blame?
177a Bleecker Street has a new occupant: Loki Laufeyson, the God of Mischief. It’s a wild change for Marvel’s Doctor Strange series, and one you’d think the heroes of the Marvel universe would immediately see as something to be corrected and dealt with. Some do, but surprisingly, certain other characters are fine with…