The second tiny teaser Fox has given us from the return of Mulder and Scully. In it, we finally, finally, get to see our leads talk to one another. Even if Mulder stupidly asks Scully if she’s ready. Scully is always ready. »
A Superman villain is heading to Supergirl, while a Wonder Woman villain heads to Arrow. Mark Neveldine has an update on Crank 3. Chloe Bennet teases some major changes for Skye on Agents of SHIELD. Plus, a teaser for the finale of Wayward Pines. Spoilers are here! »
Films like Fury Road (which came 30 years after the previous entry in the Mad Max series, Beyond Thunderdome) and TV shows like Doctor Who (over a decade between old and new eras) proved that a series’ return after a long wait can be cause for much celebration. »
Jamie Alexander reveals a bit about Sif’s role in Thor: Ragnarok, we learn all about the practical effects in Goosebumps, and there are new details about a major character’s return to Supernatural. Plus, we know when Pacific Rim will start filming. Spoilers now! »
Get another teasing look at Neil Blomkamp’s Alien movie. Lego Batman casts its Boy Wonder. The Flash casts a wrestling star as a supervillain. Plus, how Grimm’s next season will change the series, an animated teaser for X-Files’ return, and footage from The Expanse, Fantastic Four and more. Behold, Spoilers! »
Come all ye X-Files faithful, and feast your peepers on this never-before-seen footage that aired during tonight’s Wayward Pines. It’s only 15 seconds, but dammit, I’ll take it. I WANT TO BELIEVE the new X-Files will be amazing! It kicks off with a two-part episode January 24 and 25, 2016 on Fox. »
Every year at San Diego Comic-Con, I make a point to head to the Acme Archives booth. Then again, it’s hard to miss considering it’s 5 times the size of every other booth and filled with beautiful art. This year is no exception and three pieces in particular jumped out: the ladies of Indiana Jones. »
Shockingly, the headline is not one of my patented typos! According to none other than Agent Mulder, the truth has moved from out there to in there—specifically, in the X-Files themselves. Check out this first footage from the new series—tucked at the end of this “201 Days of The X-Files” promo—and see for yourself. »
Scott Lang learns how to take a punch in new Ant-Man footage. The Minority Report TV show casts a major lead. The Vampire Diaries is adding a new lesbian couple. Plus, set reports from X-Files filming, the cast and crew talk new characters coming to The Flash, and a new teaser for Hannibal. Behold, Spoilers!
Channing Tatum gives a definitive answer about Gambit appearing in X-Men: Apocalypse. Ron Perlman talks Hellboy 3. Rosario Dawson teases her most anticipated part of Daredevil season 2. Plus, Gillian Anderson on returning to X-Files, Paul Rudd on Civil War, and new clips from Star Wars Rebels. To me, my Spoilers!
Robert Downey Jr. Wants the Hulk In Captain America: Civil War. Aquaman and The Flash may make cameos in Batman v Superman. Plus, the first clip from Terminator Genisys, Grant Bowler talks Defiance, more Fear The Walking Dead and Shadowhunters casting, and X-Files set pictures. So many Spoilers! »
The Falcon may get a big nod to his comic book roots in Civil War. Suicide Squad set photos reveal a new character. The Flash is getting its own Felicity Smoak. Matthew Vaughn gives an update on the Kingsman sequel. And a set video of the X-Files revival offers hints on Mulder and Scully’s relationship. Spoilers!
SPECTRE shows off some new footage, and there’s another look at X-Men: Apocalypse. Plus, get a look at Mulder and Scully back in action on The X-Files, teases for season two of The Flash and iZombie, who is and who isn’t returning for Heroes Reborn, and more. Behold, spoilers! »
Robert Kirkman teases a new Fear the Walking Dead character. R. L. Stine talks monsters in the Goosebumps movie. Star Trek 3’s focus is on new worlds and new aliens, rather than referencing the past. Plus even more returning characters on Heroes Reborn, and new Mission Impossible footage. Behold, Spoilers! »
No. Seriously. Joel McHale’s going to be guest starring in the X-Files as “Tad O’Malley,” the anchor of a conservative Internet network. So, like Bill O’Reilly and Matt Drudge combined. »
New documents obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request show that Scotland Yard kept a secret dossier on various science fiction shows and movies out of a fear that they would cause rioting and cyber attacks. On the list of worrying imports were Star Trek, The X-Files, Roswell, Dark Skies, and Lawnmower Man. »
Now you can believe again. Fox just announced at their annual upfront presentation that The X-Files will return for two nights next year on Sunday, January 24th and the following Monday. The new six-episode series will mark the return of Chris Carter, David Duchovny, and Gillian Anderson. »
See a Mad Max: Fury Road featurette, and discover who’s shooting Star Wars: Episode VIII. Red Dwarf is officially back! Vince Gilligan won’t return for the X-Files revival. The Flash teases even more Grodd action. Plus, what’s to come on Vampire Diaries, Agents of SHIELD and Gotham. Spoilers Get! »
The current X-Men movie universe could be coming to an end. Could Batman be appearing in Suicide Squad? Gaze upon the Vision in new Age of Ultron stills. X-Files creator teases Mulder and Scully’s relationship in the series’ return. Plus what’s to come on The Messengers and Once Upon A Time. To me, my Spoilers! »
Marvel may be developing a TV show based on Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel. Joss Whedon talks about Edgar Wright leaving Ant-Man. Doctor Who unveils a new monster. Get a better look at Batman v. Superman’s new Batsuit. And a familiar face officially returns to X-Files. Behold, Spoilers! »