Aquaman recruits a Power Ranger. Michael Fassbender is confirmed for another X-Men appearance. Get a first look at the familiar Predators of the Predator reboot. Plus, when to expect the return of The X-Files, tiny new snippets of Wonder Woman footage, and tons of Doctor Who pictures. To me, my Spoilers!
A new patent filing for Disney hints at a dark, apocalyptic future at Disney’s amusement parks... or even in your own home. Just kidding, it’s fine, everything’s fine. It’s only robots. What could possibly go wrong?
There’s something heartwarming about seeing your favorite science fiction and fantasy films turned into kids’ books. Morphing brutal, hard-R rated content in happy, funny ways is the trademark of artist Joey Spiotto, who’s about to debut another new series in this vein.
The season finale of Westworld was ripe with twists and turns, even ones the vigilant Reddit forums didn’t anticipate. As everyone sits on their thumbs waiting for season 2, the show creators have confirmed which host was the first to exercise free will... and it might not be who you think.
Humans, AMC’s scifi drama about a world where robots are as ubiquitous as smart phones, ends its second season tonight. Much like in Westworld, the artificial lives born in Humans have been slaves to humanity’s whims, and just like in the finale of Westworld, a rebellion has formed. But Humans has had much better…
The robot discourse has changed dramatically since the first season of Humans was on air in 2015. This is mainly because HBO premiered Westworld last fall, a mindfuck of a show that used robots to dig deep into the nature of consciousness and the metaphysical requirements of a soul. Humans, while also very much about…
The Han Solo Star Wars Story is currently filming but casting is still underway. A new performance capture character was just revealed—and now everyone’s favorite Westworld host, Thandie Newton, is joining in a mystery role.
Westworld wasn’t the first TV show or movie to blend both Western and scifi elements—but it did it better than most. Still, while the genre has yielded some high-profile stinkers (Wild Wild West, Cowboys and Aliens), there are still plenty of amusing choices out there to help fill the long, long wait for Westworld’s…
Unlike pretty much everything else, science fiction and fantasy had a great 2016. There were so many great shows that we had a lot of contenders for our best list, and only a few for our worst, so we ended up with twice as many TV series to acclaim as disparage. After a fair amount of debate, here’s the best of the…
Who knew the Westworld cast was spoiling the first season all along...and on Dubsmash?
HBO’s Westworld asks a lot of questions. Deep questions. Meaningful questions that challenge... something. What is the nature of reality? How much do our surroundings change who we truly are? Is humanity just a construct? Does anyone seriously have time to watch this moody, plodding nonsense?
Do you know how to make a TV show seem more mysterious than it actually is? It’s really simple actually: just make the characters ask as many questions as they possibly can. There’s no need to actually write dialogue, just keep distracting everyone with questions because if the characters don’t know what the hell is…
Shhhh. Hear how quiet it is? That’s because all the buzz of speculation trying to figure out what’s happening on season one of Westworld has ended. The actors, writers, and producers on the show had a hell of time talking about the show without spilling any beans.
At the beginning of November, HBO made five of Ramin Djawadi’s compositions available for people to listen to. Now, a full album of songs from the show has been released.
We’re in for a fairly long wait between now and season two of Westworld, since it’s been confirmed that we won’t be returning to the park and its hosts until 2018. That means that viewers can spend more than a year trying to figure out what we’d like answers to, what we need to see, and what problems from season one…
Specifically, a lot of people watched two things.
It’s a good thing the season one finale of Westworld left so many things for viewers to discuss. They’re going to be waiting a long time for it to return.
Not a ton of answers, but a few clarifying things are there. As well as some foreshadowing for season two. In a choose-your-own-adventure type conversation where you don’t actually have that many choices, a host wakes up and tells you bits of what you didn’t see and didn’t know.
Westworld finished its first season last night. Most of the time, we learned exactly what we expected to— but that didn’t stop the show from delivering as many punches as it could on the way there.