There are more rumors about Supergirl’s tumultuous renewal chances. Ben Affleck gets even more involved with the Justice League movie. The Warcraft film shows off its magic. A familiar face is returning to Arrow. Plus new Game of Thrones teases, and the first story details for The Mummy reboot. Spoilers get!
Sam Jackson confirms when he’ll return to the Marvel movieverse. Will Smith teases an encounter with the Dark Knight in Suicide Squad. A familiar face is confirmed for The Defenders. Arrow’s producers promise better flashbacks. Plus, teases for an ‘explosive’ opening to the next season of The Walking Dead. To me, my…
The Wonder Woman movie is arriving a little sooner than expected. Maisie Williams says the next season of Game of Thrones sets up the show’s ending. Plus, the first set pictures from The Mummy, the return of Sherlock, and pictures from the second season premiere of Outlander. To me, my Spoilers!
There could be more Dark Tower casting on the way. Chadwick Boseman teases Black Panther’s arrival in Civil War, while Clark Gregg discusses how Agents of SHIELD will acknowledge the movie. Plus, good news for Into the Badlands, and try not to be surprised at the prospect of even more Star Wars. Spoilers!
Teams Cap and Tony reveal why they chose their sides in Civil War. Ben McKenzie teases doom to come on Gotham. Gal Gadot talks the independence of Diana in Wonder Woman. Plus, Episode VIII set pictures, and a new look at next week’s Walking Dead. To me, my Spoilers!
Has Cate Blanchett’s Thor role finally been revealed? Tom Cruise is definitely joining The Mummy. Deadpool gets even more hilarious advertising. Plus, the first clip from Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, and new pictures from iZombie and The X-Files. To me, my Spoilers!
Looks like those recent rumors about Universal looking to gender-swap some of the stars of their Universal Monsters reboots might have been true! New reports suggest that rising Kingsman: The Secret Service star Sofia Boutella has signed on to terrorize the world as the iconic monster.
Amumu: The Curse of the Sad Mummy provides the backstory for the League of Legends character of the same name, but even if you’re not familiar with the video game, it’s still great fun to watch the little cadaver wander through his strange world while the narrator sings his tragic tale.
Steven Moffat explains what has to happen for us to get a Doctor Who movie. Watch a new Jurassic World clip! Mysterious casting news for Star Wars: Rogue One, Suicide Squad, and the Arrow/Flash spinoff. Gambit may not be in X-Men Apocalypse. Plus, what happens when the original Agents of SHIELD team reunites? Spoilers!
The foundation for comfort outdoors, a sleeping bag is probably the most essential item of camping gear. But, they now come in a lot of styles. Mummy, rectangle, quilt, synthetic, down and backed or backless. Which is right for you?
The Hollywood Reporter says that Universal's just hired a slew of writers for their upcoming reboot of the classic monster films. But here's the weird bit: They're not necessarily hiring them for specific films. Instead, Universal's apparently trying to create a "writers collective" for the new universe.
Check out new behind-the-scenes glimpses of Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. Footage from the Game of Thrones set provides more evidence of a major plot change. Plus, final details about Interstellar, and how much Episode IV inspiration is in the new Star Wars? Spoilers now!
James Spader explains why Ultron's humor is what attracted him to the part. Ridley Scott's The Martian is attracting the best cast we've seen in a while. Adam McKay's itching to return to the Marvel universe. Check out a FitzSimmons-heavy Agents of SHIELD clip. Plus possible details about Universal's new Mummy film.…
In 1993, Russian scientist Natalia Polosmak discovered the remains of a 25-year-old woman covered in tattoos who came to be known as the Ukok Princess. Now, an MRI has revealed that the young woman was suffering from breast cancer as well as a bone marrow infection at the time of her death, and scientists have stated…
Low-brow director Ed Wood is best known for his films like Glen or Glenda, Bride of the Monster, and, most notoriously, Plan 9 from Outer Space. But he also wrote prose fiction, including a tale of Egyptian archaeological horror written from the mummy's point of view.
Too long have we waited for a good curse of the mummy movie. But now The Pyramid promises the return of excavation horror paired with plenty of ancient booby traps and resurrected mummies—you know, all that good mummy shit. Oh, and it stars the sensational Denis O'Hare. SOLD.
A new set of visualization of x-ray data allow scientists—and the public—to undress ancient Egyptian mummies, peel back their skins and see (virtually) inside. The results looks as terrifying as you might expect.
This stinks. We were all really excited to see what Andres Muschietti, the horror director behind Mama, would do with the classic Universal monster movie The Mummy. And now we'll never know, because he's left the project.
While reading Sarah Murray's excellent book, Making An Exit—a global travelogue that explores rituals of dying around the world—I learned that you can actually be mummified by a private company in Utah. They're called Summum, they're based in Salt Lake City, and their process is patented. It involves rubber.