James Wan talks Aquaman rumors and the Mortal Kombat movie reboot. Get a look at Legends of Tomorrow’s new Vixen. Arrow is done with the flashbacks after season five. Plus, David Anders on the set of Once Upon a Time, a look at Gotham’s Mad Hatter, and just how many episodes of new Twin Peaks we’ll be getting.…
Finish him! Every gamer knows when that Mortal Kombat voice reigns down, something truly horrific is about to happen to your dazed opponent. We’re talking about fatalities. We’re talking about seeing a character’s skeleton or ripping someone’s heart out or punching their head off or turning them into blood goo or…
Asha Rani is known as “The Iron Queen” because of the amazing feats of strength she’s attempted using her teeth, ears, and eye sockets. Four Guinness records wasn’t enough to slake her thirst for outlandish showmanship.
Through a series of button inputs, a player has found previously undiscovered menus that lay dormant in the arcade versions of Mortal Kombat 1, 2 and 3. How did they last so long without being discovered?
It sucks that Will Smith won’t be in the Independence Day sequel—but wait ‘til you hear the random explanation for his character being gone. Alas, this is standard practice. When stars decide not to come back, movies come up with rationales for writing them out, that go beyond “dog ate my homework.”
And the show may have cast a major character for some flashback scenes. Who’s fighting whom in Civil War? Deadpool has a lot more Green Lantern jokes... that won’t make it into the film. Plus, American Horror Story’s “most disturbing” scene, and our first look at Sleepy Hollow’s Betsy Ross. Behold, Spoilers!
It's been a while since the fighters of the gloriously gory Mortal Kombat have been action figures, but we won't have to wait much longer - Mezco revealed that they'd acquired the license at NYCC, and have now released the first images of Raiden, Sub-Zero and Scorpion for us to ogle at. Hooray!
Sometimes our favorite movies and TV shows feature some hideously ridiculous dialogue. And this nonsensical and melodramatic speech is part of why some movies are such a guilty pleasure. Here are the 10 awesomest lines of unintentionally funny dialogue from science fiction and fantasy movies and television.
This past weekend was the first ever Québec City Comic-Con. And the cosplayers who gathered proved conclusively that French Canadians have style in spades. Including tons of great game costumes, a ton of superheroes, and loads more. Here's our favorite Québecois cosplay!
Warner Bros. has just amped up their newly named digital division Blue Ribbon Content, and with the announcement of this creation comes a whole slate of new webseries that will make you go, "Sure, why not?"
On the surface, last night's episode of Agents of SHIELD was about "facing reality" — something both Coulson and Fitz were grappling with. But on a deeper level, the (super funny) episode was about how the two men are both severely damaged. And the question of how far you can trust yourself, much less your friends.
They don't make villain conferences like this any more. One of the interchangeable aliens from this season of Falling Skies grabs a lump of coal and scrunches it into a red diamond, so he can have a teleconference with another alien, in a burning hellscape lifted from a Mortal Kombat game.
The Mortal Kombat movie stalls, while Deadpool's still trying to get off the ground. There's a ton of Black Canary action coming up on Arrow, Rachel McAdams may star opposite Keanu Reeves in Passengers. Plus, Spoilers now!
Behold the first footage from the new season of Mortal Kombat Legacy , the live action webseries inspired by the game your busybody neighbor called "filth." Check out Kitana, Scorpion, Mileena, and a super disaffected Liu Kang (who is drinking on the job!). Who do we have to pay to have the third season be a cross…
Another original Star Wars castmember is willing to return for the new trilogy. Michael Bay is letting Internet rumors influence the Transformers 4 casting process. One Doctor Who stalwart says he hasn't been asked to return for the show's anniversary. And guess which CW show is doing an animated episode?
One of the great joys of watching science fiction and fantasy is to appreciate the unintentionally hilarious lines that come out of people's mouths sometimes. It's inevitable that when you're exploring mind-expanding premises and weird worlds, you're bound to run into some really insane conversations.
This is MIT student Tyler Christensen's Tesla coil hat, which — in the name of sheer comedy — he programmed to play the theme from Mortal Kombat (recently) and Harry Potter. Sadly, strapping a Tesla coil to one's head isn't always the best idea — the hat blew up before he could show it off on Halloween.
This is so unapologetically stupid, but I can't help but applaud these guys for carrying a boombox around New York blasting the Immortals' always hilarious rave theme. (Random fact: The Mortal Kombat soundtrack has Orbital's "Halcyon" on it. Man, that song really got around.) Anyway, this video goes on for…
Now that the Mortal Kombat: Legacy webseries has become a huge hit, and the latest MK game has sold 3 million copies, Warner Bros. and New Line have greenlit a new Mortal Kombat film — which everybody is helping will make you forget the 1990s outings.