The Big Comics Villain of Daredevil's Third Season May Have Been Revealed

Woody Harrelson teases big plans for the future of his Venom character. Ron Howard really wants to make a Willow sequel. Rosario Dawson thinks her time in the Marvel universe is coming to an end. Deadly Class might be getting a new showrunner. Plus, casting rumors for Arrow and a new Disney animated movie, and…

This Porn Website Seriously Wants to Bring Back Sense8

As of now, Netflix’s heady, sexy, inclusive scifi thriller Sense8 is basically dead—may it rest in peace. But, if the Wachowski sisters are willing to consider this rather interesting proposal from xHamster, there’s a chance that the series may find a new—and more erotic—second life on one of the internet’s…

What Sense8 Season Two Lacks in Mind-Blowing Orgies It Makes Up for in Satisfying Answers

“I watch Sense8 for the sex” is a comment I’ve heard a lot lately. People have their favorite moments of the beautiful multicultural cast banging their connected brains out. (Perhaps I need to just hang out with fewer horndogs.) But sex, while definitely a major part of Sense8, is not all that the show or the…

Inhumans Set Pictures Give Us Our First Look at Black Bolt and Lockjaw

Valiant’s Bloodshot movie finds its director. There’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show on the horizon. Scarlett Johansson wakes up not once, but twice, in new Ghost in the Shell footage. Plus, a new Beauty and the Beast clip, Thrawn attacks in the Rebels season finale, and new pictures from Sense8. Spoilers are…

New Arrow Season Finale Details Tease the End of the Show's Flashbacks

Get new behind-the-scenes looks at Transformers: The Last Knight and Jumanji. The Rebels have trust issues in a new clip from Rogue One. Netflix sets a date for Sense8 season two. Plus, tons of new pictures from the Doctor Who Christmas special, and new clips from Assassin’s Creed and the Agents of SHIELD midseason…

The Wachowskis’ Sense8 Is the Philip K. Dick Adaptation We Always Wanted

Critics seem unsure whether Sense8 is a masterpiece, a disaster, or both. But it’s still a game-changer—pushing the limits of narrative, and testing genre fiction’s patriarchal worldview for weak points. And with a concept that revolves around empathy and personhood, it’s also a great Philip K. Dick tribute.