The premiere of Discovery isn’t the only major Star Trek event this week. It’s also the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the series that marked a brave new future for the franchise on TV. Like the original Trek, TNG saw its Enterprise crew go on daring, thought-provoking adventures... but it also…
Remember Gareth, the leader of the cannabilistic Terminus faction from Walking Dead’s fifth season? Well, Robot Chicken wanted actor Andrew J. West to reprise the role for a goofy skit for the upcoming Walking Dead special episodes. But it turns out West can’t sing, so the team recruited Daniel Radcliffe instead.
In May of 1963, thousands of black protestors—many of them school children—marched on Birmingham, Alabama to draw attention to the city’s entrenched segregation. Later that year in September, Marvel would publish the very first issue of The X-Men, a series clearly influenced by the Civil Rights Movement.
Never let it be said that the Russian arm of Burger King doesn’t have its priorities in order. While the rest of the world is busy just letting hordes of literal clowns flock to theaters to see their good friend Pennywise eat and murder children, Burger King Russia is trying to keep its country It-free. But not…
If you thought Lego would dial it back after releasing a 7,541-piece, $800 Millennium Falcon, this 3,444-piece version the Joker Manor from The Lego Batman Movie, available starting on November 24, says otherwise.
Star Trek: Discovery’s premiere was littered with references and callbacks to classic Star Trek, to link the show, set 10 years prior to the original series, to its successor. But one of its neatest references barely appeared on screen, and even when it did, you couldn’t really make it out.
On October 30, the world’s first official Godzilla retail shop will open in Japan. It’s called Godzilla Store Tokyo and will be located in Shinjuku.
Mark Hamill discusses the opulence of The Last Jedi’s casino planet. Underworld is heading to TV. Star Trek: Discovery’s Alex Kurtzman plots a course for the show’s future. Plus tons of new pictures from Blade Runner: 2049, new footage from The Gifted, Rick & Morty, and the return of Supergirl. Spoilers now!
If you feel like your brain has been atrophying since the last new episode of Sherlock came out, well we have something to help keep you in tip-top shape. This DVD/Blu-ray box includes the first three seasons with original bonus features, new commentaries, and never-before-seen outtakes.
Here’s some joyful late-Monday news for all the Stephen King horror fans and devoted Pennywise meme-makers. The It sequel finally has an official release date, and you won’t have to wait 27 years to see what happens to the Losers Club. You will, however, have to wait a couple of years.
Though the space creatures visiting Earth in Before We Vanish can inhabit the bodies of homo sapiens, they don’t know what it means to be human. But the more they learn about it, the closer we get to possibly becoming extinct.
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Divinity: Original Sin 2 has a mode that lets players design their own Dungeons & Dragons-esque adventure inside the role-playing game, and in case you were wondering what kind of dweeb would port their homebrew D&D game into DoS: 2, the answer is me. My experiment was instructive and, I think, says a lot about the…
Supergirl is adding a key new character when it returns for its third season next month: Saturn Girl, a founding member of the Legion of Superheroes, a team from the 31st century (that Supergirl has occasionally been part of), and whose presence has been previously teased on the show.
Unlike their past TV iterations, the Klingons of Star Trek: Discovery don’t predominately communicate in English. They speak in Klingon, naturally, which is subtitled for us human audiences. But was that not enough Klingon for your discerning taste? If you’re outside the US, you can experience the premiere all over…
Lucifer is one of the most enjoyable shows on TV. Somehow, it manages to effortlessly balance mythology, police business, romantic intrigue, and (secret weapon) wickedly cheeky humor. Based on this new season three promo, we can expect even more of that when the show returns.
At 16, Brett Smrz lost his leg after a freak trampoline accident. Today, Smrz is a professional stunt driver and one of two Ant-Man stunt doubles you’ll see in Ant-Man and the Wasp.