It is a truth universally acknowledged that pretty much everyone hates spoilers. The internet was furious with former Detroit Tigers player Michael Sams for accidentally tweeting a major spoiler for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And this week we learned about a vengeful ex-girlfriend who deliberately spoils Game of…
The next season of Game of Thrones will be unique—a show that’s been so heavily dependent on its book source material will suddenly be venturing out into unknown territory, with no more books to adapt. What’s going to happen next? Here’s everything we’ve been able to find out.
As one of the most beloved franchises of all time, The Force Awakens was scrutinized to a degree usually reserved for Pynchon novels by grad students (a treatment Rogue One is already getting as well). As a result, there’s a lot we now know about even the most minute details from the film, and Screen Rant points out…
I just watched the last five minutes of the last episode of House of Cards, season 4. In the interest of keeping you current with pop culture (nay, ahead of your friends, family, and coworkers), I’m about to explain what happens in the last five minutes.
It’s always a nice wink at an unknowing audience when a movie reveals a huge spoiler during the movie itself. It’s harmless fun that most people don’t even catch because they don’t know enough about what’s happening in the movie yet. But on future watches it gives a little extra chuckle layer for people to enjoy.
Some of us love spoilers—but some of us really, really hate them. Spoilers have become an especially charged topic of late, with the new Star Wars movie among other things. So it’s a good thing you can sign on to a new Kickstarter for SpoilerFree and erase those spoilers from your brain!
It’s called foreshadowing! But also in today’s super plot sensitive culture and measly minute time limit on not knowing what happened on what movie or TV show, it’s also effectively a spoiler. Luckily, some filmmakers can hide those spoilers in plain sight and we’re none the wiser. So many movies basically tell us…
Change is a fundamental aspect of TV. Actors, writers, directors, shows themselves, they all come and go, and Doctor Who is certainly no exception (it’s arguably defined by it). But change can still sweep you off your feet if it’s unexpected, as my younger self certainly discovered when Martha Jones left the show.
A couple years ago, I wanted to find out the name of the actor who played my favorite character on House of Cards, so I googled the character. Big mistake. The very first Google search result was the character’s House of Cards Wikia page—including date of death. I didn’t even have to click on the link. Spoiled.
You can’t move on the modern-day internet without bumping into a spoiler or two. Whether it’s Game of Thrones, The Force Awakens or the ending to Citizen Kane, it’s all too easy to trip up over a plot point that you’d rather not know about. If you’re desperately trying to stay in the dark about an upcoming movie or…
Now that Ant-Man is in theaters, it’s time to fully discuss some of the bigger spoilers in the film. These involve Avengers, upcoming Marvel characters, new movies, past movies and more. Some you noticed, some maybe you didn’t, but we got the head of the studio, Kevin Feige, and director Peyton Reed to explain their…
It’s something we’ve all felt. The low, sinking kick in the metaphorical groin when you’ve read some asshole’s tweet or post, expounding on some previously unknown spoiler. But maybe, social media doesn’t need to be such a minefield of potential despair.
You know how it is with big video games these days, every one comes with it's own fancy 'collector's edition' filled with related paraphernalia. Batman: Arkham Knight is no exception - but it might be one of the few to potentially have a major plot point about it spoiled by said collectors edition.
I'm in the mood for a good classic 90s movie tonight, and I see The Usual Suspects is on Netflix! Score! I have a vague memory that it was good, but I forget how it ended. Do you happen to know?
Spoilers, probably. I wouldn't know because well, I don't want to know more. But this video is supposedly leaked footage from Game of Thrones season 5 (can't wait!) and it shows six people being led to their death by fire. Like, seriously. Hell on Earth doesn't even begin to describe how hot this fire burns.
News of a sequel of a movie that you love can feel a little bittersweet: On one hand you get to revisit a fictional world that you love. On the other, there's a not insignificant chance that visit will be unpleasant and awkward. Even worse, though, can be news of a prequel.
We keep hearing all sorts of rumors and supposed leaks from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII. Now this anti-spoiler propaganda poster has appeared the film's set as a jocular warning: spoil this movie and we'll sic Vader on you.
Netflix has combed its vast library of films and television shows, snipped out clips of some of the biggest twists there are, and created "Spoil Yourself," where one click gives you a random spoiler. And they are real, big spoilers.
In the age of the Netflix binge-watch, no plot twist is sacred. Avoiding spoilers has become nearly impossible. So instead of fighting it, Netflix has embraced our brave new, spoiler-ridden world with a sub-site that pummels you with all of the biggest spoilers in cinematic and television history. It is incredible.