If you’re a horror fan, you know that Stephen King’s It is being adapted for the big screen—and you likely still have some lingering trauma from watching the 1990 TV adaptation. Those memories aren’t unfounded: the It miniseries is still disturbing as hell. What’s surprising is that it’s not just because of that…
We’ve already had an up-close look at Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise the Clown from the new It, but now you can see the suitably chilling body that sinister face is attached to.
Gotham’s David Mazouz wants a young Clark Kent on the show. Felicity Jones talks Jyn Erso in Rogue One. Agents of SHIELD will make some changes to Robbie Reyes’ origin story. Plus, Constantine’s future in the CW/DC universe, and rumors abound for the Han Solo spinoff’s female lead. To me, my Spoilers!
I used to have a giant crush on Pierce Brosnan, back in his Thomas Crown Affair days. Now he’s starring in I.T., a movie about Big Scary Technology that looks both terrible and excellent at the same time.
Andy Muschietti is best-known for the Jessica Chastain-starring horror movie Mama, but that will surely change once his two-part adaptation of Stephen King’s It is released. The director has been posting behind-the-scenes snaps to his Instagram, including a possible peek at the story’s most-feared character.
There’ll be no filling Tim Curry’s killer-clown shoes, ever, but the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It has still found its Pennywise. It’s an intriguing choice: Bill Skarsgard, star of Netflix mystery series Hemlock Grove. And presumably, given the nature of the role, he’ll be one of few actors to appear in both…
Doctor Who’s new companion tells us what to expect from her time in the TARDIS. Green Lantern Corps could star three human Green Lanterns. Jared Leto explains what makes his Joker unique. Plus, disreputable Warcraft inns, the Blob comes to X-Men: Apocalypse, and a new Agents of SHIELD clip. Spoilers Get!
The essence of a character’s appearance is their profile. Head, face, shoulders—all the parts that get sculpted in a bust—should work together to be instantly recognizable. Artist Tom Whalen has now brought the majesty of the pop culture bust into two dimensions with these super cool art prints.
New set pictures and videos give us our best look at Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange. Episode VIII already has a code name. Elizabeth Henstridge may have let slip a major Agents of SHIELD spoiler. Plus, the promise of more Earth-2 on Flash, and more 10 Cloverfield Lane mysteries. Spoilers now!
We asked Gizmodo readers about exiting an awful IT job. Whether you quit in a blaze of glory or were laid off in ridiculous circumstances, these are your getting-the-hell-out stories.
Dwayne Johnson teases that we might see Shazam sooner than we think. Channing Tatum reveals the Gambit movie will be an origin story. Willa Holland discusses Thea’s vigilante costume going into Arrow season 4. Plus Stephen King’s It is in trouble, and there’s a new Inside Out clip. Spoilers!
There’s no such thing as a perfect book — but some books feel as though they could be just about perfect, if they didn’t have one nagging problem. And sometimes, the most wonderful books have the most glaring shortfalls. Here are 10 amazing novels that are each marred by a fatal flaw.
Independence Day 2 casts its President. Take a look at Captain America and Iron Man’s outfits for Captain America: Civil War, and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Plus, Candice Patton talks Iris discovering Barry’s secrets on The Flash, and teasers for Person of Interest’s season finale. So many spoilers!
A friend of mine once told a tale about his years at the Apple Genius Bar that I never forgot. It involved a customer, a Mac Mini, and a handful of cockroaches.
The next Toy Story won't continue the story of the first three. There's another tease of Jared Leto's version of the Joker. Jeph Loeb says Marvel's Netflix shows won't cross over with the films just yet. John Barrowman gets a new series. Plus, Flash set pictures tease the return of Reverse Flash. Spoilers Now!
It's been a little over two months since the Sony hack first rocked the world of the tens of thousands of employees who had their passwords and social security numbers (among other sensitive bits of info) exposed. But despite what some of the more imaginative amongst us might hope, it turns out that the reality of one…
There’s at least one funny joke in Sex Tape. While frantically trying to cut off access to the amateur porn vid he accidentally uploaded to iCloud, Jason Segel tries to explain why deleting the file won’t work. “Nobody understands the cloud,” he says. “It’s a fucking mystery!” He’s kind of right.
We already knew that, mere months before hackers attacked Sony, the company's execs were aware of extensive issues plaguing its IT department. Now, leaked 2012 evaluations from Sony IT employees shed light on a department full of internal strife, lacking the necessary tools to do its job.
Earlier this year, Sony Pictures released one hell of an internal IT assessment. The report showed that not only was the company ignoring basic security protocol, its IT security was plagued with unmonitored devices, miscommunication, and a lack of accountability. It's dated Sept 25th, almost two months to the day…