Neil Gaiman’s love of Norse myth has roots deeper than Yggdrasil, the World Tree, and he’s just announced that his next book will be a non-fiction retelling of those myths—but done in an “almost novelistic” style—inventively titled Norse Mythology.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has left the anticipated adaptation of Sandman, citing creative differences between his vision of the film and that of New Line Cinemas.
When tackling something as big as death, it’s sometimes easiest to make it into a single personality. Genre fiction is replete with capital-“D”-Deaths. Some are serious, some are funny, and some are just annoying. Here are ten great representatives from the great beyond.
Comic Book release schedules are, more often than not, a little fluid. Sometimes a release is only pushed back a week. Sometimes, a month. But sometimes, a comic can be delayed for months and years, like the recently re-announced Batman: Europa. Here are some of the longest and most frustrating delays in modern comics…
Scott Lang learns how to take a punch in new Ant-Man footage. The Minority Report TV show casts a major lead. The Vampire Diaries is adding a new lesbian couple. Plus, set reports from X-Files filming, the cast and crew talk new characters coming to The Flash, and a new teaser for Hannibal. Behold, Spoilers!
It’s an MCU blowout as Kevin Feige discusses Black Panther’s origins, the tone of Spider-Man, and the potential for the Wasp in future movies. Plus, Guillermo Del Toro leaves Justice League Dark, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets an official title, Wayward Pines could get a second season, and more. To Me, My Spoilers!
Arnold Schwarzenegger talks up the next Conan movie. The Mother of Dragons is divided on a certain Game of Thrones character’s fate. Gotham casts another comic book villain. Plus, more The Force Awakens casting, more Fantastic Four footage, and teasers for what’s to come on Hannibal and The Flash. Spoilers now!
Some alleged Force Awakens merchandise teases a slight cosmetic update for C-3PO. Dwayne Johnson discusses the reaction to the Big Trouble In Little China reboot. Plus Vincent D’Onofrio talks Jurassic World, Noah Wyle hashes out Falling Skies, and there’s a clip from iZombie’s season finale. To Me, My Spoilers!
Check out what appears to be our first glimpse of Chewbacca's look in The Force Awakens. Yet another character is supposedly in the running to appear in Suicide Squad. Bruce Campbell spills the details on the Evil Dead TV series. And did Clark Gregg just hint at an Avenger cameo in Agents of SHIELD? Spoilers now!
Mark Hamill talks about coming back to Star Wars, Christoph Waltz denies being the head of SPECTRE, and Cobie Smulders explains what Maria Hill's up to in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Flash casts Cisco's brother and adds another villain to its list. Plus a ton of details about Batman v. Superman's attempt to address …
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…
There's a new rumor about who Andy Serkis is playing in Star Wars: The Force Awakens — and it's more than one character. Plus more filming for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and details for the Doctor Who Christmas special revealed! And David S. Goyer updates us on the Sandman movie. Spoilers now!
We all know that this week's episode of Arrow is titled "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak," and will reveal... well... the secret origin of Felicity Smoak. Turns out the computer whiz used to be a goth girl, but wait until you see her. I'll say this: She looks Endlessly awesome.
Sometimes, the Devil gets a bad rap. Oh, sure, not all of the time — a lot of the time he's evil incarnate — but sometimes he's just a nice guy with a job to do, a job that just happens to be damning people's souls. Here are seven portrayals of the Prince of Darkness that prove being damned doesn't make you a dick.
When Warner Bros announced its large, large calendar of movies based on DC superheroes (and villains), there was one movie that as curiously absent — the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman, which supposedly Joseph Gordon-Levitt was already in talks to star and direct. What gives?
Why is one key Walking Dead character missing from a cast photo? Tons of photos emerge from the set of Ant-Man. Plus, see what Once Upon a Time has in store for Frozen's Elsa and previews for the rest of the shows returning this fall. Spoilers now!
Some books feature powerful characterization and heart-stopping emotional journeys. Others have great world-building in the service of a thundering great adventure. Still others have clever scientific ideas. But it's rare to find a book like M.R. Carey's The Girl With All The Gifts, which aces all of the above.
Hollywood entertainment columnist Nikki Finke launched her new news/gossip site today, and she did it with a doozy — the possible release calendar for Warner Bros.' DC superhero movies. If this list is true, it's bonkers — including Shazam, a Green Lantern/Flash team-up, and even Man of Steel 2.
Looks like Warner Bros. is getting its act together. The Wall Street Journal reports WB has nine DC comics movies planned, including the already announced Batman Vs. Superman and Justice League films, and now confirmed movie adaptations o Sandman and Fables.
Writer David S. Goyer talks about the possibility of a unified movie and television universe for DC. Emilia Clarke gives a brief description of her Sarah Connor in Terminator: Genesis. Tatiana Maslany previews what's up with Rachel on Orphan Black. Plus, does a video game trailer set up Amazing Spider-Man sequel…