Poison your brain with knowledge. You'll never be able to un-learn the staggering plot and casting details we reveal below, including the shocking ending of Cloverfield. Who's Iron Man's daddy? What will happen to Jack and Kate on Lost? Will Chuck get into more scrapes? Find out after the jump.
- Yet another detailed review from someone who claims to have seen Cloverfield. It mostly confirms other accounts, but spells out that tons and tons of SUV-sized lice are clinging to the underside of the monster, until they fall and infect people with parasites. The monster has six arms and a whale head. And the movie ends just like The Sopranos, except without Journey. [Gateworld Forum]
- That thing on Lost where Jack said "Because I love you" to Kate? It'll be addressed several times. But don't look for much development of Jack's relationship with Juliette. Also, the first ep of season four will be all about Hurley, and will feature a flash-forward with a dead character and a living character. Ben-Henry is more influential than you can imagine. [E! Online]
- More Lost spoilerage: Jack and Kate won't turn out well in flash-forward-land. Kate may have a kid. [SpoilersLost]
- Nikki won't be back on Heroes, but one of her other personalities will — and it's not Jessica. [E! Online again]
- Terence Howard (August Rush) will play War Machine, Iron Man's sidekick, in May's Iron Man, and Gerard Sanders will play Iron Man's dad. [Comic Book Resources]
- Maggie Gyllenhaal's character in Batman: The Dark Knight, is part damsel in distress, but also part powerful lawyer. (She's the one whose fighting spirit Heath Ledger appreciates in the trailer.) [Metro]
- Natalie Imbruglia won't appear in the Wolverine solo movie after all. [IESB]
- Chuck has two unaired episodes left: "Chuck vs. the Marlin" and "Chuck vs. the Undercover Lover." An enemy spy starts working at the Pita Palace next to Chuck's store, and another spy pretends to be a cop and tries to arrest Chuck. Chuck's nostrils will flare.