After years of waiting for fresh content, the Stargate fandom has finally been able to watch MGM’s new 10-episode prequel web series, Stargate Origins, in its entirety on its streaming platform. The show, clocking in at just around two hours, was definitely cute, and that it both starred and was directed by women was…
Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One is now in theaters, and with it, a lot of things to talk about. Which we have, and will continue to do, but for now, let’s keep it fun.
Stephen Strange and weatherman Phil Connors have more in common than you’d expect.
HQ trivia is so popular that it regularly fails to broadcast its online game show at the proper time. Since its recent launch, users constantly beg their social media followers to use a referral code when they join. If someone you know punches in the code, you get an extra life. But it turns out there’s a much easier…
Betty’s mom is really terrible at her job. Not only is Riverdale’s resident media mogul using The Riverdale Register to service her propaganda machine against the Southside Serpents, bringing the town on the brink of civil war, but apparently she thinks a man curing cancer isn’t worth a goddamn cover story.
Stranger Things might be known for its Easter eggs designed for children of the 1980s, but the most interesting, significant, and impactful one of the second season has nothing to do with nostalgia, but rather its own story.
The Internet’s favorite fan casting choice, Nathan Fillion, is not in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. But that wasn’t always the case. Last year, fans caught a glimpse of some very interesting posters of Fillion on the set of the sequel and now writer-director James Gunn has explained what happened.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn is confident Marvel fans still haven’t found his last key Easter egg in the first Guardians film- so much so, he told one fan he’d pay him $100,000 if he could prove it doesn’t exist.
People have been binging Luke Cage all weekend, except during those few hours when Netflix was down and we were all freaking out. Naturally, fans have been pointing out some of the show’s clever Easter eggs, and one of them is real heavy. Great Scott.
The Easter Egg is a venerated tradition in all things geek media, and owe their origins to game designer Warren Robinett, who hid his name in a secret room in Atari’s 1978 game Adventure.
I don't see anything excessive about this at all. Instead, I see a chocolate fountain I'd like to install at my house. I now crave a giant chocolate Easter egg I could spend 40 days and 40 nights eating. And I want every meal I eat to be put together by these joy givers who artfully assemble this humungous…
Donald Glover got to voice one Spider-Man, Miles Morales, but he also turns up in The Amazing Spider-Man in a very small way. Even Peter Parker is a Glover fan.
Here's a fun little Google Maps easter egg: ask for directions from Snowdon to the Brecon Beacons in Wales, and it'll estimate travel time by car, bus, foot, plane, bicycle, or... dragon! The journey takes 21 minutes by the country's national emblem apparently, compared to 3 hours 20 minutes by car. [The Next Web]
New characters! What does that mean for Peter Parker? Did you catch that villain nod? We've rounded up all the spoilery easter eggs, nods, and winks from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and tried to decipher what it all means. Spoilers ahead!
Star Wars droid R2-D2 made a cameo in the 2009 Star Trek movie, which left some fans wondering if the little guy made it into Star Trek Into Darkness. Now that the film is out on home media, R2-D2 has been spotted. Hi there!
You maybe have noticed it's "Geek Week" on YouTube. Sure, that means plenty of cool videos and whatnot, but there's also something even better: Missile Command!
Hidden in the episode Star Trek: Voyager "Imperfection" is the fate of the Bartlett Administration from The West Wing. As you can see, the gang met a grisly end aboard a futuristic spaceship. On a happier note, we're excited to see that Donatella Moss has outlived the rest of the gang and is probably running a planet…
Google's Nexus Q is many thing to many people. A miniature Death Star, an alien being, necessary but overwrought or, umm, a media streamer. It also has an extra, hidden function: it works as a magic 8-ball.
Playing with the beloved "One does not simply walk into Mordor" meme, Google's got a J.R.R. Tolkien Easter Egg to die for.
I need a humidifier. I'll head to Amazon. They have deals. I'll scroll through their front page—oh, here are some good deals. Oh look, at the bottom there's a list of sites Amazon owns. Oh, the—OH GOD NO.