He’s towered over the silver screen for decades, but Kong might soon be heading to live-action TV for the first time—and it has nothing to do with the recent hit movie Kong: Skull Island, weirdly. (Well, other than both star King Kong, of course).
It has begun. The first piece of the schedule for San Diego Comic-Con 2015 is now online, covering preview night on Wednesday July 8 as well as Thursday July 9. (Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be revealed on those corresponding days this week.)
"Birds of Prey" brings Arrow's resident doe-eyed nutcase back to town. This starts a cascade of shady ethical decisions, all of which I thought could be resolved by going evil.
When Touch premiered in January, I wondered how the pilot's interlocking, coincidence- and contrivance-driven formula could possibly support a weekly series. Well, if last night's big bag of ridiculousness is anything to go by, it can't. It really, really can't.
There's really no reason at all for this video to exists, which takes 13 episodes from the first 10 seasons of The Simpsons and creates a mega video wall of them all playing simultaneously. But hey, it's The Simpsons. How can you possibly hate on this?
Digitapp's chiptune treatment of the Game of Thrones theme makes you wish George R.R. Martin's fantasy series was adapted for an old-school RPG. Imagine all the XP you could accrue at the "Dothraki wedding" stage or the "Winterfell whorehouse" level.
Last night's No Ordinary Family found the Powells chasing after some stolen super-serum, fighting a suddenly superpowered ne'er-do-well, and grappling with collateral damage... while also revealing just how unsettling a supervillain can be when he starts feeling some fatherly love.