It’s not a surprise that the success of Fear the Walking Dead has spurred AMC to make more content set in that period. But this time, they’re going to make a special that both stands alone and introduces a new character to one of the ongoing series. »
Jeremy Renner confirms the accuracy of that new Civil War promo art. Mads Mikklesen talks up his Rogue One role, and may be joining the cast of Doctor Strange. Another crazy Doctor Who rumor involves a connection to past Doctors. Plus, our first look at Doctor Light on The Flash, and more. Spoilers get! »
In an incredible achievement, this Walking Dead trailer tells us absolutely nothing about the upcoming season, but is impossible to stop watching. »
Fall movies? Fall movies are nothing. (Well, except maybe that The Force Awakens one. I have a good feeling about it). Everyone knows we’re currently living in the Golden Age of television, and the 45 or so TV shows in this guide prove it. Mark your calendar and make sure your remote has fresh batteries.
Even just a few years ago, it seemed like science fiction was an endangered species on television. But now, there’s a new wave of smart, ambitious science fiction coming to the small screen. And meanwhile, a lot of original SF has flopped at the movies. »
Norman Reedus volunteers to test out a cryogenic suspension chamber—only to find out that it’s not just like going to sleep regularly—in this clip from the new movie Air. This is one of the most terrifying moments in this post-apocalyptic movie, and we’re presenting it exclusively at io9. This moment made me lose my… »
Greetings, my friends! In today’s “Postal Apocalypse” we discuss whether zombies need to eat, a fascinating Star Wars theory about Obi-Wan the prequels ruined, and why the Thing’s lack of underpants is emblematic of the new Fantastic Four movie. I mean, look at that picture and just try not to stare at his crotch. You… »
Greetings, reading rainbow raiders! It’s a pretty good batch of mail this week, if I do say so myself. We explore the nature of storytelling and the difficulties of religious tolerance, but I also get to talk about poop and fictional characters’ genitals! God I love my job. »
Guillermo Del Toro discusses the likelihood of Hellboy 3 happening. The new Spider-Man film has its writers. Arrow and Supergirl cast some comic book heroes and villains. Plus, Greg Grunberg talks Heroes Reborn, new footage from Killjoys and Crimson Peaks, and another new look at The Walking Dead’s new season.… »
Darryl Dixon isn’t even in the Walking Dead comics—but he’s become such a beloved character on the TV show that tons of people wear T-shirts threatening to riot if he’s killed. We asked actor Norman Reedus what it is about Darryl that makes him so beloved. »
We’re just getting to know the cast of The Walking Dead spinoff series Fear the Walking Dead, and two of the main characters are siblings Nick and Alicia Clark. He’s a drug addict and college dropout, she’s a high-achieving student headed for Berkeley. They told us why he’s better suited for the zombie apocalypse.
The Walking Dead spinoff Fear the Walking Dead is going to look at how different family units operate at the beginning of the zombie apocalypse, and one of those families will feature a Salvadorian immigrant and his first-generation American daughter, examining the American dream in the Walking Dead world. »
When the sixth season of The Walking Dead begins on October 11, it’s starting off big. How big? Well, the premiere episode will include 654 zombies on-screen—the most ever used on the show—and that’s just one of the upcoming surprises the hit show’s cast and crew revealedtoday at Comic-Con. »
It’s a lesson many people (and zombies) have learned the hard way—do not mess with Rick Grimes. But if you thought Rick taking charge of the Alexandria Safe Zone was somehow going to put an end to the group’s troubles, this lengthy, brutal Comic-Con trailer for season 6 will make you think again.
We’re already getting casting rumors for Star Wars Episode VIII. Chris Pine has been offered not one, but two DC roles. Henry Cavill thinks there’s a future for Superman-only Man of Steel sequels. A bizarre commercial offers us our first sound of’s Thing speaking. Plus more Ant-Man footage. So many Spoilers! »
For its entire 12 year run so far The Walking Dead comic has been written by one person: Robert Kirkman. That’s about to change, however—for the first time, another writer is coming to the comic, and it’s none other than Saga and Y: The Last Man’s Brian K. Vaughan. »
The conventional wisdom says that the past 10 years have been a bad time for science fiction on television. Fantasy has been on the upswing. Space opera all but disappeared. Science fiction shows get canceled all the time. But a ton of great science fiction has been created since 2005. Here are 15 shows that changed… »
If you caught the premiere of Humans on AMC last night (recap coming later), then you probably saw this short new teaser for The Walking Dead spin-off, which may include our first look at a zombie on the show—or whatever proto-Walker will be munching on our new protagonists. But that’s not all! »
Schwarzenegger fights Schwarzenegger in a Terminator Genisys clip. Who could be worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer in Captain America: Civil War? Michael Keaton and David Tennant are returning to comic book adaptations. Plus, our first hints for Person of Interest season five. Spoilers Now! »
The sixth season of The Walking Dead is still a ways off, but AMC’s spinoff series, Fear the Walking Dead will be bringing more walkers to our TV screens in August. The first official teaser is out, and while it doesn’t give us any zombies, it still shows plenty of fear. »