The latest 1980s toyline-to-movie franchise could be Dino-Riders, if Mattel has its way—and if this rumor is true. Tracking Board says the toy company is teaming up with Solipsist to bring the former franchise to movie theaters, which is interesting because Dino-Riders wasn’t even popular in the 80s. »
There’s something magical about watching a great comics artist at work. So when we went to New York Comic Con over the weekend, we headed straight for Artists’ Alley and gave some of the best artists a unique assignment.
Uh, spoiler alert, I guess. But there may be no scene that better sums up Gotham’s insanity than in last night’s episode, where Bruce Wayne’s butler slaps the hell out of the 13-year-old Catwoman when she comes over to say hi. »
The BBC drama that inspired a hit Netflix original series of the same name is just $19 on Blu-ray today. <Looks at camera> And who ever said there was too much money in politics? [House of Cards Trilogy: The Original UK Series Remastered [Blu-ray], $19] »
According to Albert Einstein, the speed of light is an absolute constant beyond which nothing can move faster. So, how can galaxies be traveling faster than the speed of light if nothing is supposed to be able to break this cosmic speed limit?
It’s a factoid years old that when Luke emerges from his X-Wing after the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope, the over-excited Mark Hamill accidentally cries “Carrie!” rather than “Leia!” when Carrie Fisher’s Princess comes running into his arms. But did he really? Not according to Luke Skywalker himself. »
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Or, at least, Warner Bros. would like to people to be forced to mention Mad Max: Fury Road when discussing next year’s Academy Awards nominations for Best Picture–for a massive, free amount of publicity, even though it doesn’t really expect Fury Road to get nominated, let alone win. »
Bryan Cranston allegedly wants to play a certain X-Men villain. Arrow’s latest villain will also appear in Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash. We almost had more of the X-Files revival than six episodes. Plus, new clips from iZombie and Agents of SHIELD, and David Duchovny talks Twin Peaks. Spoilers get! »
A destroyed train displaying a tattered flag forms a gateway to a brighter land located further down the tracks. Are the taller figures some sort of futuristic miliary, cobbled together to police the post-apocalypse? Are they merely collecting a toll, or giving helpful directions? »
Is that friend who always very politely turns down your offers for cream or sugar very possibly hiding a dark secret, as haters around the internet have been insisting recently? Nah, probably not—but here’s why some people are saying taking your coffee black means you’re more likely to be a psychopath. »
2014’s hit film, The Lego Movie, was destined for sequels. And those will be coming in a few years. But next year in January, you can see Wildstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny on the big screen–exclusively at Legolands everywhere. »
We still don’t know where all the departed people went, and that includes the newly-missing Evie Murphy and friends. And what’s more, “A Matter of Geography” introduces some new mysteries into The Leftovers’ roiling pot of WTF ... most of them revolving around Kevin Garvey. »
So the folks at MTV released a giant, two-minute trailer at New York Comic Con for the upcoming fantasy series The Shannara Chronicles, based on the many, many bestselling novels by Terry Brooks. Much like the book series, I doubt anyone is going to accuse the Shannara show of overwhelming originality, but it still… »
Say what you want about Hollywood movies all being remakes and sequels. If a good idea comes across an executive’s desk, he or she is going to consider it, and that’s what happened with a script called Ascension. »
Rising sea-levels will someday put several American cities completely, or partially, underwater. Here are the U.S. cities that could be submerged by sea-levels in approximately 200 years—and what you can expect for your own city in the future. »