Last night’s Wayward Pines season finale brought an ambiguous end to a show that’s had a bumpy ride in its second season. It was an obvious set-up for the rumored (but not announced) third and final season, but the show would actually be much better off letting “Bedtime Story” double as the series finale.
Wayward Pines is halfway through its second season, and it’s moved way beyond the questions that drove its initial narrative. Everyone on the show knows where they are; a voice-over every week brings new viewers up to speed. But why they’re there still remains a mystery—and it’s something season two is struggling to…
Hugh Jackman’s facial hair sparks a new round of speculation about Wolverine 3. Mike Mignola talks about the chances of a third Hellboy. A familiar face is returning to Doctor Who next year. Plus the Star Trek show gets an intriguing new writer, and Melissa Benoist talks Supergirl romances. Behold, spoilers!
And Bryan Singer reveals a disappointing secret from X-Men Apocalypse. The Walking Dead begins casting a big character from the comics. Another actor has already met with James Bond producers about the role. Plus, new pictures from the set of Power Rangers, and more footage from Independence Day: Resurgence. Spoilers…
When last we left the post-apocalyptic town of Wayward Pines, a group of violent teens had taken charge after a devastating invasion of “abbies,” monsters that rule the earth in the distant future. With season two premiering tomorrow, May 25, we talked to new showrunner Mark Friedman about what to expect.
Wayward Pines was a surprise hit last summer, and the M. Night Shyamalan-produced drama ended with an explosive finale that left the door wide open for a second season. But now that everyone’s in on the show’s central mystery, why should you keep watching? The first two episodes—discussed here without spoilers!—has a…
Summer always feels so full of things we should be doing, and yet, when there’s so much new television, why should we even bother to leave the house? There’s a bevy of new series about the supernatural, there are some welcome returns, including Mr. Robot. But this summer’s biggest show is the long-awaited Preacher—…
Spider-Man: Homecoming could already have a villain. The next Wolverine film might be set in the future. Arrow’s producers tease Felicity’s return to the fold. Zoo casts a Warehouse 13 alum. Plus, major Ready Player One casting, new pictures from Legends of Tomorrow, and a new Game of Thrones clip. To me, my Spoilers!
Anthony Russo teases a major sequence for Tony Stark in Civil War. The Kingsman sequel may have landed a crazy new cast member. Sophie Turner teases Sansa’s vengeance in Game of Thrones. Plus, an update from Finn Jones on Iron Fist, details on Rogue One’s big cameo role, and more on The Vampire Diaries’ future.…
Ian McShane drops some huge spoilers about his Game of Thrones character. A new High Rise redband trailer includes naked Tom Hiddleston. Plus new Civil War and Star Wars: Rogue One details! Also, familiar faces return to Wayward Pines, and good news for Agents of SHIELD fans. So Many Spoilers!
The Deadpool writers will definitely have a role to play in X-Force. It’s good news and bad news for two Starks on Game of Thrones. George Miller’s involvement with the DC movieverse may have been revealed. Plus, more hope for Young Justice, an X-Men teaser, and clips from Agent Carter’s season finale. To me, my…
Anthony Mackie isn’t interested in a solo Falcon movie. Rhet Reese talks about his approach to Deadpool 2. A familiar face returns to Agents of SHIELD. The Dark Tower movie casts a Fury Road star. Plus, Monica Reyes returns to The X-Files, and Matt Murdock gets all tied up in a new Daredevil teaser. So many Spoilers!
Chris Evans promises Civil War is still primarily about Captain America. Julianne Moore could be joining Kingsman 2. Astro Boy is heading back to the big screen. Plus, Djimon Hounsou joins Wayward Pines, and get a look at another comic book villain heading to Supergirl. Spoilers now!
We’re living in a goddamn Golden Age of television. But there’s also way too much TV to keep track of, and a few shows get the lion’s share of attention. So here’s our list of 16 recent TV shows that haven’t gotten their props. Time to start binge-watching!
Do not discuss your life before: Wayward Pines’ first season made it clear that Matt Damon’s character would not return. So the M. Night Shyamalan-produced show returns this summer with a new lead: Jason Patric, as a surgeon who’s been un-thawed to serve the kids who’ve taken over the creepy town. [Deadline]
This has been a tough year. Pop culture let us down in many ways, even as our political system and our social institutions revealed a deeper seam of ugliness. But speculative fiction still offers us hope: not just optimism about human ingenuity, but actual reasons to look forward and keep our heads up.
Spider-Man’s role in Civil War may be a bit smaller than previously thought. Ant-Man and The Wasp gets some writers. See Carrie Fisher’s daughter in action in The Force Awakens. Plus, behind the scenes on Civil War, what’s to come when Arrow returns, and a look at TMNT 2’s goofy new villains. Spoilers!
The whole point of a post-apocalyptic story is that someone survives. But when you have a calamity that wipes out 99.9 percent of all humans, then how exactly do you explain the survivors? In honor of the new Maze Runner movie, here are the 14 dumbest ways people survive the apocalypse.
The association of producer M. Night Shyamalan made everyone assume that Wayward Pines would end with some kind of mind-blowing twist. And lo, there was a twist ... but it wasn’t nearly as huge as the one that came midway through the show’s run. Spoilers follow!
A Superman villain is heading to Supergirl, while a Wonder Woman villain heads to Arrow. Mark Neveldine has an update on Crank 3. Chloe Bennet teases some major changes for Skye on Agents of SHIELD. Plus, a teaser for the finale of Wayward Pines. Spoilers are here!