After the events of Avengers: Endgame, it feels like the sky’s the limit with regards to what characters could team up or share the screen together — and it sounds like one Marvel Studios exec is already thinking of some possibilities. Victoria Alonso, EVP of production at Marvel Studios, was recently asked which two existing
SYFY has been marketing the second season of Krypton around its villains, and a new Facebook Camera Effect will allow fans to step into the shoes (or at least the deeply-disturbing faces) of three of the baddies. SYFY is giving fans the chance to turn into Krypton‘s versions of iconic DC characters Doomsday, Brainiac, and
Credit: Warner Bros. Credit: Warner Bros. A new poster for Warner Bros.’s Wonder Woman 1984 has been released by writer/director Patty Jenkins. Jenkins revealed the tweet while commenting (and confirming) that Warner Bros. is skipping Comic-Con International: San Diego’s Hall H this year. “By now you’ve heard: WB isn’t going to Hall H this year,”
It’s officially June, which means folks within the LGBTQ community are celebrating Pride Month. June was chosen to honor the Stonewall riots that took place at the end of June in 1969, and it became an annual observance in the United States in 1994. Yesterday, the idea of a “Straight Pride” Parade became the topic
The new season of Black Mirror finally launched on Netflix this week, giving fans of the sci-fi anthology series three brand new episodes to talk about and dissect. Of course, when watching through the new installments, Black Mirror loyalists will be on the lookout for any connections to past episodes, tying everything together just a
Credit: Syfy Credit: Syfy Syfy has balked at any new seasons of Deadly Class and Happy!, however the shows are being shopped around to other broadcast homes. First reported by Deadline, both are based on Image Comics titles – Deadly Class by Rick Remender and Wes Craig, and Happy! by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson.
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Credit: TEDx TEDx Talks has released a video recording of writer Jim Zub’s recent talk at TEDxStMary in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada on May 2. In this 20-minute talk, Zub walks viewers through his creative journey and how tabletop games helped him with his creativity, empathy, and confidence. Watch the full talk here: [embedded content]
HBO’s Chernobyl miniseries finale aired Monday night and it ended in a place that most viewers may not have expected when they sat down to watch the series. Chernobyl ended, more or less, at the beginning of the story, going back to show what happened the night of the nuclear reactor’s explosion. As the series
Upcoming movie One Piece Stampede has released a brand new poster designed by original author Oda Eiichiro ahead of its Aug. 9 release. The fiery poster showcases new character Douglas Bullet with Luffy, Law, Buggy, Hancock, Smoker, Sabo, and Lucci. Douglas Bullet was once a promising young soldier, but resigned his position upon a certain
The goal of Rotten Tomatoes has seemingly never been to polarize audiences, instead serving as a means to bring together the reviews of various critics and their reviews of a film or TV show from all across the Internet. Recent years have seen the various scores a property earns become an objective qualifier of a
Credit: Houghton Mifflin Credit: Houghton Mifflin Nicole J. Georges’ graphic novel Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home is in development for television with Killing Eve production company Sid Gentle leading the production, according to Deadline. Fetch is a semi-autobiographical story of Georges adopting a dog named Beija, and the progression of their relationship against the
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is in theaters, and it proved the kaiju is as strong as ever. With fans sending their love to Godzilla, netizens have taken to social media to talk about their favorite titan and if they’d like to meet them in person. However, this sequel makes it clear meeting a kaiju