More details about the return of Samurai Jack emerge. The Tales from the Crypt reboot is taking an unorthodox approach to getting story ideas. Wicked is finally being turned into a movie. Plus, tons of new Ghostbusters TV spots, and details on the return of Gotham and Lucifer. To me, my Spoilers!
Roland Emmerich talks about the Stargate reboot. Winona Ryder offers glum prospects for Beetlejuice 2. Plus, teases for Blindspot’s return, more Suicide Squad footage, and more stills from the return of Zoo. To me, my Spoilers!
Rian Johnson has more teases from the set of Episode VIII. Norman Reedus is back to hype up The Walking Dead’s next season. Josh Brolin talks preparing for Infinity War. Plus, Michael B. Jordan confirms his Black Panther involvement, new footage from Suicide Squad, and new images from Game of Thrones. To me, my…
Sebastian Stan hints at which Marvel movie we’ll see Bucky Barnes in next. Stephen Amell explains how Arrow’s fifth season will tackle part of Oliver Queen’s history. Jeff talks Thor: Ragnarok. Plus, a brief snippet of new Ghostbusters footage. To me, my Spoilers!
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!
And even more death is coming to the show. The Russo brothers tease the possibility of more than one Civil War post-credits scene. Get a brief glimpse of the Star Trek TV show... sort of. Plus, more Ready Player One casting, Batman v Superman B-roll, and a clip from Agents of SHIELD. To me, my Spoilers!
Every year, hundreds of black, brown and even polar bears are successfully rehabilitated from their addiction to human-reliant food sources and released back into the wild. How does bear rehab work?
The sounds of fireworks and revelry echoed through the warm Oregon night as people throughout Portland celebrated Independence Day. It was July 4th, 1970. And among the crowds were three young men enjoying the triple pleasure of a holiday, a summer evening, and the vigor of youth.
Holy crap. I'm pretty sure the fence separating the tigers from the humans does absolutely nothing because these tigers can easily out jump it. Look at them gracefully fly in the air and snatch the meat like a wide receiver catching a touchdown pass. These beasts are basically basically comic book superhero versions…
When a mommy snake loves a daddy snake very much, sometimes they make a baby snake. At least, that's what you've been taught. But a twenty-foot two-hundred pound female reticulated python didn't follow the rules, giving birth to six offspring with no help from a male.
After a 22 month long gestation period, an elephant at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo in England gave birth to the most adorable baby boy ever. The gestation period is so long, in part, so that the infant can do things like walk around on its own almost as soon as its born.
The three-month-old male, weighing in at a scant 1.5 pounds, is in quarantine at the San Diego Zoo. Soon, the fox will begin training to become an "animal ambassador" for the species, meaning he'll participate in educational programs.
Even the most zoo-friendly amongst us probably harbor mixed feelings about the undeniable psychological and physical toll that captivity takes on animals. The Danish architects at Bjarke Ingels Group think they've designed a better way. A Zootopia, if you will, where humans are usually hidden from animals by grass…
An 11-year-old, 418 pound Asiatic lion named Lucifer who lives at a UK zoo has a sore foot. He's been given acupuncture, despite the complete inefficacy of the procedure.
Canada's wildlife is at it again, but this time they're playing out a classic scene from literature. It's The Count of Monte Cristo, or perhaps The Shawshank Redemption, zoo style.
You know how trendy it is to wear jeans that look old and beat up, right? Most denim companies turn to sandblasting to get the job done, but a Japanese charity has a new idea: let lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) do it. We'll show you how, with gifs.
Keepers at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo found that their mongooses weren't getting along. Their solution to keep the peace was as surprising as it is clever.
China is a big place, and not everyone can easily get to the zoo. To solve the problem, the Beijing Zoo went virtual.
Earlier this month, the Buffalo and Cincinnati Zoos made history when an Indian rhino was born to a father who had been dead for ten years. Is this the future of conservation?