There’s one huge reason to be excited about the return of The Vampire Diaries this fall, and that is the on-again, off-again, will-they-won’t-they romance between Stefan and Caroline. And a lot currently depends on whether Stefan can step up his game and win Caroline over, after a tepid showing last season.
What can the Sharknado franchise do that it hasn’t already done? Is there really any place for a whirling vortex of sharks to go? We talked to Sharknado 3 director Anthony C. Ferrante at Comic-Con, and he told us how the Sharknado series is going to jump the shark: with the help of George Washington.
One of our favorite new shows of 2015 was iZombie, about a medical examiner whose new zombiedom allows her to see the memories of the murder victims that pass through the morgue. From many of the same people who brought us Veronica Mars, it has the same feel. At a press event, we spoke to the cast and crew about that…
In December, Syfy will broadcast a three-part adaptation of Childhood’s End, the Arthur C. Clarke novel about aliens that come to Earth and correct all of humanity’s mistakes, resulting in a utopian world in which nobody wants for anything ... and curiosity and creativity have all but disappeared.
Ohhhh NBC. First you cancel Hannibal, then you “downgrade” it by moving it from Thursday night to Saturday night, aka TV’s boneyard? After this week, there are still six episodes, and we haven’t even met Francis Dolarhyde yet! Fortunately, despite all the bad news, the show still held its Comic-Con panel.
Almost every single video game movie ever has sucked. It’s just inevitable when you take a medium that’s so personal and expand it into a less engaging experience. Duncan Jones, director of probably the biggest video game movie of all time Warcraft, knows this and thinks he’s fixed it.
Peter Capaldi’s first year on Doctor Who was layered with a lot of questions about the morality of the Doctor’s adventures. And one idea that came up was the notion that the Doctor had made the Daleks stronger in the course of fighting them. Capaldi tells io9 that the Doctor absolutely believes he made the Daleks…
We talked with Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg), Skye (Chloe Bennet), Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen), Lance Hunter (Nick Blood), Bobbi Morse (Adrianne Palicki), and others to get the scoop on what’s next for Agents of SHIELD after the dramatic end to season two.
We spoke with Ash vs Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless, who both emphasized how absolutely abysmal Ash is at everything he’s being called on to do. Thank god Lawless’ Ruby, who is trained and always pristine, is also on the case.
If movies were baseball, M. Night Shyamalan would be out. He put out three bombs in a row, but the director is still going. In fact, Shyamalan just pulled off a new twist—this time for his own career. We talked to Shyamalan about how he hopes to make a comeback with his micro-budget thriller, The Visit.
In this Comic-Con chat with the Agent Carter stars, James D’Arcy reveals which “hidden presence” in Jarvis’ life will soon be revealed, while Hayley Atwell discusses Peggy’s prospects for new romance—and the fact that “people are going to catch up” and finally realize what a badass Agent Carter is.
Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion have mined their collective Firefly experience to launch Con Man, a webseries focusing on the misadventures of Wray Nerely (Tudyk) who was once on a short-lived cult classic science fiction show called Spectrum. Sound familiar? We asked Tudyk and Fillion what about conventions are so…
We’ve advanced the theory, in the past, that all of Game of Thrones is the war between Varys and Littlefinger. When we caught up with Conleth Hill, who plays Varys, we had to ask him about this. Plus Hill told us why Varys and Littlefinger are opposites, but Varys and Tyrion are the same.
It’s the ultimate debate–which great science fiction ship would triumph? The U.S.S. Enterprise from Star Trek, or the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars? Our fearless video crew got as many celebrities to answer as possible. And then, not surprisingly, Adam Savage basically settles it.
The new Supergirl TV show takes place in a world that already has Superman—and that’s a huge part of the show’s format. We know that the Man of Steel is out there, doing his incredible feats. So how long will Kara be feeling like second best to her cousin Kal-El? We asked the show’s producers at Comic-Con.
Darryl Dixon isn’t even in the Walking Dead comics—but he’s become such a beloved character on the TV show that tons of people wear T-shirts threatening to riot if he’s killed. We asked actor Norman Reedus what it is about Darryl that makes him so beloved.
Apparently, when Return of the Jedi was first on the drawing board, the geniuses of ILM attempted to create the Rancor as a full monster suit someone could wear. They did not succeed, and a puppet/model was used in the film. Do you see where this is going?
We’ve got a long wait until Game of Thrones comes back, and there are a lot of situations we’re going to be freaking out about until then. Ser Davos Seaworth is in the middle of about three of them. So when we caught up with actor Liam Cunningham, we had a lot of questions for him. And he had answers!
This weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, Luc Besson talked up his new $180 million movie, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Based on a ground-breaking comic that helped inspire Besson’s The Fifth Element, Valerian didn’t make much of a dent in the Comic-Con noise.
Legends of Tomorrow is DC’s newest TV venture; it takes place in the same universe as Arrow and The Flash, and premieres in 2016 on the CW. Those are the facts; now, here’s the good stuff! At a press event, members of Legends’ cast and crew shared what to expect from the new show.