We have the very first photos of the Potters in the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play. Ginny (Poppy Miller) looks like a perfectly normal adult, Albus Severus (Sam Clemmett) looks like an average Hogwarts student, and Harry (Jamie Parker) very much looks like he’s ready to toss this whole wizarding thing in a…
Ever wonder how there could only be about 18 Gryffindors in Harry’s Hogwarts class and that J.K. Rowling has said there were 1,000 students at the school? Well, a fan theory has an answer... a depressing, depressing answer.
If Netflix wasn’t already the most essential streaming service before, it probably will be soon. (Well, essential for those of us too lazy and/or strapped for cash to go buy our own copies.)
Star Trek Voyager went off the air 15 years ago today. To commemorate this very depressing occasion, here are what I truly believe are the five best nonsequiturs (but not from the episode “Non-Sequitur”) from that occasionally brilliant, often unintentionally hilarious show.
On Friday, we finally got another trailer for the next Star Trek movie. We still have no real idea what the plot is, but there was still plenty to piece together. So we went through the trailer frame by frame, so you wouldn’t have to.
There’s precious little in the first actual footage from Disney’s live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, but there’s a glimpse of Emma Watson as Belle and some mightily familiar sets and music.
The CW giveth and the CW taketh away: when Supergirl moves its production from Los Angeles to Vancouver, Calista Flockhart may not be moving up there with them. Any episode without Cat Grant is automatically going to be one of lesser ones.
Barack Obama, Elliot’s missing three days, Mamie Gummer, abduction, Craig Robinson, and a headshot—there is a ton to unpack in the trailer for Mr. Robot season two. We just can’t wait.
If you’ve seen Captain America: Civil War, you know that at no point does Daniel Brühl’s Zemo wear anything like the comic book villain’s iconic hood. But now we have concept art that shows that Marvel considered it, at least.
For a brief shining moment, both the X-Men franchise (owned by Fox) and the Marvel’s cinematic universe (owned by Disney) had Quicksilvers in their movies. But, tragically, there ended up being only room for one of them.
I just want to love you, Harry Potter universe. So, in my mind, I have to believe this story about the four houses of Ilvermorny, the American wizarding school we’ll be seeing soon in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them spin-off movies, isn’t true. Because, if it is, wow did America screw up its magic school.
Hey, did you ever think it was weird that Xena and Gabrielle barely shared any screen time in the opening credits sequence of Xena: Warrior Princess? Well, it turns out that was a studio note. A ridiculous studio note.
Olivia Munn will be Psylocke when X-Men: Apocalypse comes out later this month, but she was nearly a completely different character in Fox’s comic-based movie universe: Deadpool’s girlfriend Vanessa. The role was eventually played by Morena Baccarin—because Munn basically said hell no.
You know when you did something horrible seven years ago, and you realize it’s finally time to apologize? Well, so does Ben Ramsey. He wrote the lowly regarded Dragonball Evolution and he is sorry, okay?
Agent Carter is on life support and Marvel’s Most Wanted is not getting a ton of love at the network. Which could leave Coulson and company alone on ABC until Damage Control finally gets on the air.
If you’re going to do an X-Men movie set in the ’80s, which record album are you going to show Cyclops and Jean Grey picking up? There’s really only one option.
After last year’s fight over the TV rights to Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time, Jordan’s widow Harriet McDougal has said that the legal situation is sorted and a new adaptation is already on its way.
One of the absolute highlights of Batman v Superman was Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. She was almost literally a ray of light and color in a dark grey world. And now, you can see her best moment, which also happens to be the best moment of the movie. (The video is kind of a spoiler, if you haven’t seen the trailers.)
After a long wait to just see Spidey in Captain America: Civl War, we’ve finally got a better glimpse at just how the character is going to act now that he’s part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Maybe Bucky wasn’t the person to snark at.
In the first looksat the film that’s actually focusing on the characters instead of pure action, this new Independence Day: Resurgence trailer actually tells us what’s been going on in the last 20 years since we first welcomed the aliens to Earth.