While Logan certainly referenced some parts of Old Man Logan, the movie’s actual story ended up being very different from that comic. However, director James Mangold has revealed that he originally chose an iconic scene from the comic as the opening for his movie.
Everyone’s angry at everyone else in the last War for the Planet of the Apes trailer, which makes sense, as the excellent prequel trilogy has always been building up to one final battle for the fate of human and simian kind. By the looks of it, it’s going to be one hell of a fight.
When Star Trek Discovery is going to make it to the airwaves is anyone’s guess. Until then, though, we’ve got what looks like the next best thing: Seth MacFarlane’s spoof of the franchise, The Orville.
This morning we got our first good look at The Gifted, Marvel and Fox’s new TV series about a family on the run from an anti-mutant government taskforce. And while a lot of what the show has in store is being kept under wraps, the trailer has a few hints about the state of mutant-kind in this new show, and none of…
Fox’s upcoming X-Men drama The Gifted is a Marvel story as old as time. People with powers walk among us, those without powers fear them, and the government is seemingly hell-bent on capturing and imprisoning all of the... well, the gifted.
After a turgid attempt to retool itself after an awful third season that saw the loss of one of the show’s most important elements in the form of Nicole Beharie’s Abbie Mills, the desperate, confused mess that was Sleepy Hollow is no more. Fox has officially canceled the show after four seasons.
Fox’s latest X-Men show just got a series order, official title, and short teaser.
The Weyland-Yutani A.I. computer of the good ship Covenant is “MUTHUR,” which the people aboard have linguistically and naturally changed to “Mother.” It’s actually pretty creepy even before things start to go horribly, horribly wrong for the Covenant crew as this odd little trailer proves.
Unsurprisingly, given that one of the big sets in this movie is a bourbon distillery, there is a lot of drinking going on in the Kingsman sequel. Also, presumably, the classic joke of uptight Brits in suits being given American liquor and being either pleasantly surprised or nearly killed by moonshine.
Not only won’t happen, Scott says it was never that close to happening. His Covenant and whatever comes after it will be the only development in the Alien universe for a while.
When summer comes, it brings with it lazy days in the sun and kids free of school. It also brings a slew of TV shows, perfect for watching when it’s too hot to leave the air conditioning (which is most of the time). Here’s the io9 guide to everything our beloved nerdy genres are putting up this year.
Empire has released three new images from Alien: Covenant, and each one contains a different kind of danger. We’ve got technological, biological, and what I’m betting is a conspiracy from a rich guy.
At some point since I stopped watching Gotham, the show has embraced the completely buck-wild tone it’s developed over three seasons. And it now seems to have gone off the deep end in the most spectacular way, judging by this new trailer. Honestly, it looks so good, I’m contemplating catching up the moment I finish…
After what’s felt like ages of speculation, a contender out of nowhere has apparently swooped in to take on the role of Deadpool’s time-traveling best bud: Marvel movie alumni Josh Brolin appears to be Deadpool 2's choice for Cable.
Gotham, a show ostensibly about Batman, is setting itself on the path to become Gotham, a show actually about Batman.
War for the Planet of the Apes is a movie that is very aware that the story it’s telling is the creation myth of 1968's Planet of the Apes. And in this new trailer, multiple elements are propelling the story toward the human-ape confrontation that we know leads to a Planet of Apes.
Multiple sources are saying that Michael Shannon, who has already done time in a comic book film as Zod in Man of Steel, is the man that Fox wants to play Cable in Deadpool 2. But then, there are so many reports about this role that it’s getting really confusing.
One of the many mysteries that sits at the heart of Legion’s first season is the real identity of the villain that’s been plaguing David Haller from the beginning. That identity has finally been revealed, and we’re here to help explain its big connections to the wider X-Men comic universe.