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American Gods Gets Official April Premiere Date & New Poster

While Pushing Daisies and Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is no longer serving as the showrunner on CBS’ upcoming Star Trek: Discovery TV series (as was originally the plan), the celebrated TV writer/producer still has a new TV show premiering this spring. Fuller is currently concentrating his efforts on finishing American Gods, the small screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s best-selling […]

A Complete History of the Halloween Franchise So Far

Halloween co-creator John Carpenter announced recently that he’s returning to his legendary horror for a new sequel. Set to take place after the events of the first two, the new feature will be directed and written by David Gordon Green and Danny McBride respectively, with Carpenter executive producing. The film will be the first original […]

Mass Effect: Andromeda Trailers – Natalie Dormer is Dr. T’Perro

Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to make its debut in a matter of weeks, and fans are ecstatic to get their hands on the popular franchise update. After a not-so-stellar end to the original Mass Effect trilogy, Andromeda looks to build on the world fans know and love by introducing explosive new gameplay and enthralling characters. The franchise released two […]

Arrow ‘Fighting Fire With Fire’ Promo: Vigilante Vs Mayor Queen

Throughout the entire fifth season of Arrow there have been stories dealing with politics. In the flashbacks, Ollie deals with the politics of being a Captain for Bratva, and the relationship Bratva has with Kovar. As The Green Arrow, he’s had to negotiate the politics of bringing in new recruits, suddenly there are more voices and […]

Martin Scorsese Criticizes Modern Home Viewing Options

While the theatrical movie business is by no means doing poorly, it’s no secret that every year sees more and more people opt to watch more and more movies at home, instead of heading out to the theater. It makes sense really, as ticket prices only go up, as do the already inflated prices of […]

15 Supervillains Who Very Obviously Named Themselves

Comic books are the source of many odd and memorable names, from Peter Parker to Negasonic Teenage Warhead. But no one has more obvious names than comic book villains. Some of the best supervillains in history have memorable and fitting names, such as Magneto and The Joker. These names define who they are as villains […]

Sense8 Season 2 Images: The Sensates Celebrate Other Holidays

After a lengthy hiatus, Sense8 returned last December with a two-hour Christmas special that was announced only a handful of weeks before it hit Netflix. It was a surprising move, as chatter around the show had largely subsided since its 2015 premiere, and major behind-scenes shifts like the departure of star Aml Ameen and co-creator Lilly Wachowski left questions about how […]

Moana: Watch Video of Dwayne Johnson Singing ‘You’re Welcome’

The Walt Disney Animation Studios has gone through a period of eras since debuting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937. There’s been the Golden Age (from the 1930s-1960s), the Disney Renaissance of the late ’80s through the ’90s, and a somewhat experimental era in the 2000s that gave us the likes of Treasure […]

Injustice 2: Cyborg Debuts in ‘Shattered Alliances’ Trailer

With just under three months to go until the release of the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment collaborative game Injustice 2, fans of the franchise – which started with Injustice: Gods Among Us – are getting excited about jumping right back into battles as some of their favorite DC superheroes, villains and everything […]

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Final Fantasy’s Villains

The Final Fantasy series has produced some of the most iconic villains in video game history. Characters like Kefka, Kuja and Sephiroth will often top “best video game villains of all time” lists. There are a few reasons for this level of affection from fans. The extended length of most RPGs means that we tend to see […]