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George R.R. Martin Explains How Game of Thrones' Ending Will Be Like Lord of the Rings

The Halo TV show is still happening. Rutina Wesley’s Arrow role is revealed, while Marc Guggenheim discusses the “one time only” deal to bring Constantine to the show. Plus, rumors of a big fight for Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman, and when to expect The Expanse and Childhood’s End. So Many Spoilers! » 8/13/15 6:00am 8/13/15 6:00am

A New Glimpse Of Limitless, One of This Fall's Most Exciting New Shows

Limitless was one of the coolest things we saw at Comic-Con—a TV version of the Bradley Cooper movie about smart drugs, in which a new guy gets dosed with the magic pills and joins up with the FBI. How will this work? See for yourself—here’s an exclusive look at a new promo that starts airing tonight. » 7/28/15 2:40pm 7/28/15 2:40pm

Self/Less Proves That The “Posthuman Thriller” Is A Thing Now

Self/Less, the new movie starring Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds, clearly wants to remind you of Limitless, the hit movie from 2011. There’s the similar title, but also another story of human enhancement with a dark side. And Self/Less proves that “posthuman thrillers” are becoming a genre. » 7/08/15 8:00am 7/08/15 8:00am

Limitless The TV Show Is Basically Limitless The Movie, But With Cops

Okay, so we knew from the start that the CBS spinoff of Neil Burger’s Limitless would be a police procedural, but the first look trailer shown at CBS’s Upfronts presentation doubly confirmed it: This is Limitless, right down to the presence of Bradley Cooper, complete with added procedural fun times.
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Divergent Is A Ridiculously Fun Story Of Social Engineering Gone Mad

At first glance, Divergent sounds like a more contrived version of Hunger Games. In a dark dystopian future, everybody is required to have just one personality trait. Like Smurfs. Or the Seven Dwarfs. But the film version does a good job of revealing how this story is actually about social engineering. Plus, it's… » 3/21/14 9:00am 3/21/14 9:00am