Rosario Dawson will be the glue that holds all of Marvel’s Netflix series together. Kathleen Kennedy teases The Force Awakens’ approach to honoring Star Wars past. Plus, teases for the finales of Agents of SHIELD and The Originals. Spoilers!
The Ten Commandments. Ben Hur. Easter Parade. Critters 2: The Main Course? Take a journey to the stranger side of the Easter genre with these holiday-appropriate, science fiction film recommendations.
What's happening in Siberia's thawing permafrost and Greenland's melting glaciers sounds borderline supernatural. Ancient viruses, bacteria, plants, and even animals have been cryogenically frozen there for millennia—and now, they are waking up.
Go Team Venture! The Venture Bros. may just be back for a one-hour special, but you know what? We'll take it. Plus, Billy Dee Williams reprises his role as Lando Calrissian on Star Wars Rebels, The Flash and Arrow are back from vacation, and American Horror Story and Galavant finish their seasons.
We have a couples beginnings this week with the premiere of the TV adaptation of Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys (which we're pretty optimistic about!) and the return of Helix — can its new island setting win us over? Plus, The Librarians closes its first season while Constantine and Grimm are back from vacation.
Oh, television, how we missed you. Not only have many of our favorite shows returned from winter break, the long-awaited Agent Carter premieres, as does the sixth season of Archer. Neil Patrick Harris joins American Horror Story and Firefly's Morena Baccarin turns up in Gotham's Arkham Asylum.
At least where Grandma Margaret and the Langstons are concerned. Of course, the show can't let us learn anything without immediately throwing it into question.
Is a British actor our new Supergirl? Photos show Pirates of the Caribbean 5 beginning to build sets in Australia. The Last Ship adds to its medical crew. And get a look at Hayley Atwell and Enver Gjokaj in action in Agent Carter. Plus, look ahead to the returning Arrow, Flash, and Once Upon a Time. Spoilers now!
Check out some wild speculation about a major death in Avengers: Age of Ultron. A new clip shows Bruce Willis pontificating in his escaped-android movie Vice. And there's a breakdown of the differences between the movie and TV show versions of 12 Monkeys. Spoilers now!
Oscar Isaac claims that everyone's Star Wars theories are completely off the mark. Is there a good reason why we haven't gotten an announcement about a standalone movie starring Ben Affleck's Batman? And Krysten Ritter talks about being cast as Jessica Jones. Spoilers now!
It's the week that we ring in the new year with endless TV marathons (while resolving only to watch the best TV in 2015). But we've also got a new show coming out this week, a musical about true love and revenge from a legendary Disney composer, and his lyricist collaborator on Tangled.
An actor drops a major hint at another way Game of Thrones could depart from the books next year. Some long-discussed concept art of Han Solo and Chewbacca may have surfaced. Sleepy Hollow prepares you for its return with a pack of featurettes. And we may know which episode of Once Upon a Time is all about Ursula.…
There's a wild rumor about Marvel's plan to replace Tony Stark as Iron Man. New artwork gives a better look at some key Star Wars characters. Find out how Gotham will explore the backstory of Robin's family, and how Agents of SHIELD will reveal May's past. Check out a ton of Kingsman featurettes. Spoilers now!
In a bizarre twist, the things that got wrapped up this episode were not the ones expected and the things left for another day are the ones that feel like they more naturally followed from last week. But, mostly, there's a mass exodus of main characters.
Yet another familiar face may be joining the cast of Captain America 3. Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks up Rian Johnson's plans for Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Watch a new Hobbit clip. See a new look at Helena Bonham Carter as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella. And Sleepy Hollow finds its Thomas Jefferson. Spoilers…
The Leverage producer brings us a new TV series that promises to twist the brains of even the most genre-savvy viewers, while the Toy Story crew gets caught up in a dinotastic misadventure. Plus, Arrow battles the Flash and Peter Pan the musical airs live, giving us Christopher Walken as Captain Hook!
Every plot thread started to come to a boil this week, with everything going wrong in exactly the way the show's been building to all season. Well, except for Janine. She blew her top earlier than expected.
Read a description of a Tomorrowland scene that takes place at the 1964 World's Fair. Is the Star Wars trailer coming to your town this weekend? Frank Grillo talks Captain America 3. Learn what's ahead for Arkham, Poison Ivy, and Dr. Leslie Thompson on Gotham. And where is Father Gabriel on The Walking Dead? Spoilers…
American Thanksgiving means a somewhat lighter week for television, but we've still got some big things happening with the the mid-season finales of Gotham and The Walking Dead. Plus, The Flash's Barry loses his powers and Person of Interest gets involved in power struggle for control of the city's gangs.
This episode proved that we have a few plots too many this season. This episode wandered through a bunch of them, before driving home that we'll be seeing a mob full of pitchforks before the season's out.