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Exclusive: Thor’s Roommate Darryl May Return to the MCU to Coincide With ‘Thor: Love & Thunder’

Director Taika Waititi stepping into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Thor: Ragnarok completely revitalized the God of Thunder’s film franchise. Not only did it take Thor into a weirder side of sci-fi, but it also injected the franchise with new comedic energy. Helping to set the stage for Thor: Ragnarok was a short film that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con in 2016. Entitled Team Thor, the short revealed what Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was up to during the events of Captain America: Civil War, and...
Tags: Movies, News, Australia, Earth, Features, San Diego, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Jeff Goldblum, Taika Waititi, Kevin Feige, Tony Stark, Darryl, Steve Rogers, MCU, Goldblum


Cool Stuff: ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ Statue from Iron Studios Takes to the Skies

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial takes to the skies when Elliot and the titular friendly alien fly over the trees on a bike and across the face of the glowing moon in the night. The moment is such a defining piece of Steven Spielberg‘s filmography that it became the logo of his Amblin Entertainment production banner, and now you can add it to your collectible shelf thanks to an outstanding new E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial statue from Iron Studios. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Statue Here’s the offic...
Tags: Movies, US, Earth, Steven Spielberg, Cool Stuff, Elliott, Elliot, Melissa Mathison, Iron Studios, Congress 's National Film Registry, Iron Studios Takes, Iron Studios E


Masters of the Universe: The Motion Picture Is Worth Revisiting

With the success of the toyline, a hit cartoon, and a slew of other merchandise, the franchise had no choice but to try and make more money off of a live-action film. This muscle-bound movie didn’t hit quite in the height of He-Mania, but a year after the action figure sales plummeted . It was a troubled production, not well-received at the time of its release in 1987, and barely given a chance to make an impression, but it’s another gem that was always destined to become a cult classic, ado...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Action, Netflix, Iceland, Masters Of The Universe, Jack Kirby, Mattel, Kevin, Cannon, Julie, Adam, Moebius, Courteney Cox, Dolph


‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Voice Actor Gwendoline Yeo on Playing Nala Se and Her Original Audition [Interview]

Gwendoline Yeo has been a voice actor working in Star Wars animation from the very first season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. She’s played a number of characters, but the one that feels most important in the status quo of Star Wars right now is Nala Se, the chief Kaminoan scientist and original caretaker of Omega in Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Nala Se has been playing a dangerous game, doing her best to protect her young charge, going so far as to work against the orders of the other Kaminoans an...
Tags: England, TV, Movies, Earth, Features, Dave, Cambridge, George Lucas, Omega, Bryan, Yeo, Skywalker Ranch, Fennec, Jennifer Corbett, Dave -LSB- Filoni, Gwendoline Yeo


‘Loki’ Head Writer Explains How Marvel’s Multiverse Works

This post contains spoilers for Loki season 1. With Phase 4 of the MCU in full swing, things are getting more complicated by the day. Back in the simpler times, all our worries boiled down to alien invasions and the occasional inter-dimensional cosmic entity. But ever since Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) solved time travel, things have gotten exponentially weirder and much more confusing. Loki took that about 20 steps further by introducing the idea of the multiverse. The Time Variance Authorit...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Earth, Loki, TVA, Waldron, MCU, Tesseract, Tony Stark Robert Downey Jr, Jonathan Majors, Michael Waldron, Time Variance Authority, ScreenCrush Loki


‘Bright,’ ‘Yes Day’ Sequels Coming to Netflix, But Don’t Expect a ‘6 Underground 2’

If there was ever a studio best-equipped to withstand the uncertainty and trying times of a modern pandemic, you’d be hard-pressed to find any better answers than Netflix. Theaters are shut down? No problem, just release some buzzy titles straight to streaming and rake in the views with little to no competition. Normal filming productions have to be halted? Just grab a skeleton crew, shoot at an isolated location to make social distancing easier, and cast no more than two actors for one of the ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, News, Michael Bay, Earth, Netflix, Jennifer Garner, Ryan Reynolds, Rian Johnson, Don, Stuber, Netflix Scott Stuber


Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz talk about ‘Nine Days,’ a life-affirming film about the soul

In “Nine Days,” Winston Duke plays Will, a man who spends his lonely days and nights in some otherworldly outpost, monitoring the lives of humans through their own eyes on a wall of vintage TV sets inside his home. When one of his favorites dies suddenly, Will is shaken even as his work requires him to screen the unborn souls, as personified by the adult men and women who come to his door, to fill the new vacancy on Earth. The candidates for this strange sort of soul-placement service include go...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Earth, Things To Do, Soccer, Sony Pictures, Duke, Will, Maria, Tribeca, Kane, Alexander, Mike


The New ‘Predator’ Movie Will Follow the First Predator Who Came to Earth

Fans of the Predator franchise have been eagerly awaiting more news on the super secretive latest installment from 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg. Well, the wait is temporarily over, as we now have a bit more light to shed on the upcoming installment. A Slip of the Tongue? Collider announced a fair bit of information today on Trachtenberg’s addition to the franchise, the biggest part of which was the name, supposedly Skulls . That’s been its working title, which was ma...
Tags: Movies, News, Earth, Fox, Davis, Arnold, Olivia Munn, Dan Trachtenberg, Bechdel, Collider, John Fox, John Davis, Trachtenberg, Shane Black


Who is the Main ‘The Suicide Squad’ Villain? Starro Explained

There’s no other way to say this: Starro is a giant alien starfish that can absorb nukes and shoot lasers from its tentacles. If you really think about it, who better to face off against the Suicide Squad? The upcoming movie directed by James Gunn is already jam-packed with an insane variety of villains, so if they’re gonna team up against a single force, it better be a memorable one. And Starro’s so incredibly odd that it requires an entire explainer. So here it is — everything you need to kn...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Dc Comics, Earth, Features, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Batman, James Gunn, Rhode Island, Robin, Gunn, Waller, Taika Waititi, StarRo, Jarro


Michael B. Jordan is Making His Own Black Superman Project for HBO Max

This is huge. Actor Michael B. Jordan, long rumored to be associated with a Superman project to various degrees, is reportedly taking matters into his own hands for HBO Max. Collider has the scoop that Jordan will be developing his own iteration of Superman entirely separate from the traditional Kal-el. Instead, the focus will be on Val-Zod, a Black character described as “…one of the last Kryptonians of his universe and the second to use the mantle of Superman.” There are no details yet whe...
Tags: Movies, News, Superman, Earth, Jordan, Warner Bros, Black, Michael B Jordan, Ta Nehisi Coates, Kara, Clark Kent, Kal El, Kal, Val Zod, HBO Max, HBO Max Collider


Grimes and rapper Lil Uzi Vert claim he's in the process of 'legally' buying a planet, but experts say it's 'bogus'

Lil Uzi Vert performs onstage during the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival Daytime Stage Rich Fury/Getty Images for iHeartMedia On Thursday, Grimes said Lil Uzi Vert was buying WASP-127b, a planet that was discovered in 2016. Space law experts say it is not possible to own any land in outer space. But, over the past few decades many people have claimed to own land outside of Earth. See more stories on Insider's business page. Singer Grimes and rapper Lil Uzi Vert were trending on Twitter...
Tags: Twitter, Elon Musk, Science, News, Entertainment, US, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Space Travel, United Nations, Grimes, Quebec, Lil Uzi Vert, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Tesla CEO Elon Musk


Superhero Bits: ‘Injustice’ Animated Movie Voice Cast Revealed, ‘Teletubbies’ Has a ‘Loki’ Variant & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.) In this edition of Superhero Bits: The Flash showrunner thinks the series can go on for several more seasons The cast of the animated Injustice movie has been announced David S. Goyer reveals the stupidest...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, News, Superman, Disney, Dc Comics, Earth, Young Avengers, Batman, Krypton, David Goyer, Cw, Marvel Studios, Don Cheadle, Loki


‘F9’ Writer Daniel Casey Adapting ‘Battle of the Planets’ for the Big Screen

After the Fast & Furious movies boldly went where no other car franchise has gone before (okay, almost no other car franchise), Fast 9 writer Daniel Casey is taking the leap from a brief rocket car-fueled trip to space to…well, a lot more space. Deadline has the news that Casey, who received both screenwriting and story by credit for Fast 9, will be writing the script for the movie adaptation of the Japanese anime Battle of the Planets (which is also known as Science Team Ninja Gatchaman in ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, News, Earth, G Force, Anthony, Joe, Dan, Casey, Russo, Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, Daniel Casey


‘UFO’ Trailer: Showtime and J.J. Abrams Think the Truth is Out There

UFO sightings have been going on for decades, but in 2017, the New York Times released a story revealing that the Pentagon had been secretly tracking UFOs for years. It was something of a sea change, rekindling the debate about UFOs and aliens all over again. Now, Showtime and J.J. Abrams‘ Bad Robot Productions have the four-part docuseries UFO delving into the phenomenon, as people continue to wonder if we’re alone in the universe. UFO Trailer I am not a believer in the idea that alien...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Earth, New York Times, Showtime, Trailers, Pentagon, Times, Defense Department, Glen Zipper, Luis Elizondo, Mark Monroe Icarus, Paul Crowder Riding Giants


James Cameron’s Genius Makes Aliens One of the All-Time Greats

As kids, my brother and I had a penchant for wrapping our plastic weapons together with duct tape and tip toeing through our home in search of extra-terrestrial life. “Check those corners,” I would say while clasping my Nerf gun turned pulse rifle, which was attached to a yellow and green Super Soaker turned grenade launcher. At some point, one of us would yell, “Contact!” before leaping about the floor and blasting imaginary Xenomorphs to smithereens. Inevitably, one of us would always get spra...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Earth, Action, Cameron, Mother, Aliens, Drake, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Meredith, Bishop, Roger Corman, Bill Paxton


The Opening Scene of the ‘Loki’ Finale Was an Homage to ‘Contact’

Who caught the Contact homage in the season finale of Loki? There have been a lot of comparisons made between Loki and Doctor Who, and the Disney+ series is of course packed with Marvel Easter eggs. What you might have missed is the reference in the opening scene to Robert Zemeckis‘ excellent 1997 adaptation of the Carl Sagan novel, Contact. Scientists once argued about whether or not the universe was geocentric (Earth-centered) or heliocentric (sun-centered). The opening scene in the Loki f...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, TV, Movies, News, Matthew Mcconaughey, Disney, Earth, New York Times, New Mexico, Robert Zemeckis, Marvel Studios, Carl Sagan, Vega, Jodie Foster, Loki, Forrest Gump


He-Man Episodes to Watch Before Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe may have been created to sell a toyline, but there is no doubting that even by itself, the show was a cultural colossus that lived up to the image of its musclebound star. The cartoon crafted many of the elements that fans associate with the character and lore behind the franchise, as it explored a fantasy world full of magic, technology, and other sci-fi elements; a land where anything felt like it could fit into the wonderful menagerie called Eternia. Th...
Tags: Family, TV, Movies, Earth, Action, Netflix, Conan, TV News, Streaming, Beowulf, Mattel, Adam, RA, Eternia, Teela, Orko


‘Lisey’s Story’ Spoiler Review: Maybe Stephen King is the Wrong Choice to Adapt Stephen King

“Everything the same?” This is how Scott Landon, one of many writer characters in the written works of Stephen King, greets his wife, Lisey, when coming home from a hard day of catatonic gazing by the dream pool. Like many creative people, he’s half in this world and half out. His favorite haunt is Boo’ya Moon, a mystical realm, like Never Never Land only scarier and potentially more lobotomizing. It’s the human imagination, literalized as a place of peril and wonder, and it’s only ever a blink...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Earth, Features, Netflix, Pennsylvania, Alfonso Cuarón, Michael Chabon, Spike Lee, Louisiana


Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Alien’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Alien franchise.) The Alien franchise has a little bit of something for everyone. There are scares, thrills, existential dread, some laughs, and even a little bit of romance. Regardless of what you’re looking for, there’s an Alien film tailored to your wants. The franchise started in 1979 with Alien, which followed a rag-tag crew of space tuggers who ge...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Colorado, Earth, Features, David, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, David Fincher, Bishop, Joss Whedon, Lex, Bill Paxton, Damon Lindelof


Loki Season 1 Episode 6 Recap & Analysis: ‘For All Time. Always.’

That’s a wrap! The first season of Loki finished its sixth and final episode today with an information heavy finale that both answered plenty of questions but also left us dazed with plenty more. Before we dive into all the new lore, please keep in mind our Loki Season 1 Episode 6 recap includes spoilers for other Marvel shows and related Marvel films. A quick recap of the penultimate episode reminds us of a Loki that started this show having recently been defeated in the Battle of Ne...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, Earth, TV News, Streaming, Archives, Tom Hiddleston, Hunter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki, TVA, Franklin, Casey, Kang, Sylvie


‘Ted Lasso’: 5 ways Apple’s surprise soccer hit stole our hearts

“Ted Lasso,” last summer’s sleeper TV hit, returns for a much-anticipated second season on Apple TV+ July 23 and the smiles plastered across our faces couldn’t be any toothier. For the uninitiated, “Ted Lasso” follows a folksy, twangy-voiced and perpetually optimistic American football coach (Jason Sudeikis) who is hired to oversee a mediocre British soccer team by the squad’s frosty new owner Rebecca Walton (Hannah Waddingham). The catch? Ted doesn’t know a lick about soccer. Yes, it’s a wacky ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Celebrities, Sport, Earth, Ted, Things To Do, Soccer, Woody Allen, Jason Sudeikis, Kennedy, Mohammed, Chuck Barney, Sudeikis, Waddingham, Ted Lasso


‘Indiana Jones 5’ Set Images Reveal a Possible Moon Landing Subplot and One Stylish Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Production is underway in Glasgow for Indiana Jones 5, the highly anticipated follow-up to a movie that much of the world would like to pretend does not exist. New photos from the set have begun circulating on social media (while we won’t be publishing them here, you can seek them out for yourselves should you be interested), and they give us our first look at a super stylish Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag), as well as a strong hint about the moon landing being a potential subplot in director Ja...
Tags: Movies, News, John Lennon, Indiana, Earth, Glasgow, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Steven Spielberg, Jones, Moon Landing, WB, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Waller Bridge, Crystal Skull, Mangold


Ashton Kutcher says he was supposed to be on the next Virgin Galactic flight, but that he sold his ticket back because 'it was not a smart family decision'

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis at the annual Breakthrough Prize ceremony in 2017. Peter Barreras/Invision/AP Ashton Kutcher sold his ticket for a Virgin Galactic flight at the urging of his wife, Mila Kunis. He said "it was not a smart family decision" to go to space when the couple has young kids. Kutcher said he was supposed to be on the next flight but will instead go to space "at some point." See more stories on Insider's business page. Ashton Kutcher is planning to go to space abo...
Tags: Space, Elon Musk, Entertainment, Trends, Earth, Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson, Ashton Kutcher, Spaceflight, Mila Kunis, Dimitri, Wyatt, Kutcher, Kunis, Avery Hartmans, Kristen Scholer


‘Loki’ Finale Writer Confirms That Final Shot is a Reference to Exactly What You Think It Is

The season finale of Loki made waves across pop culture and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only did the episode open up a whole new sector of the MCU with unlimited possibilities, but the end of the episode confirmed that a second season was on the way. In fact, that ending seemed to take a cue from a iconic film, and series producer and finale writer Eric Martin has confirmed that to be the case. Major spoilers for the Loki finale follow. Loki Finale Ending In the final moments of Lo...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Tim Burton, Disney, Earth, Washington Dc, Mark Wahlberg, Tom Hiddleston, Neo, Hunter, Lincoln Memorial, Martin, Loki, TVA, Charlton Heston


New US Trailer for German Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Film 'The Colony'

"For the many!" Saban Films has debuted a brand new official US trailer for a gritty sci-fi thriller titled The Colony, formerly known as Tides when it originally premiered at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this year. This epic post-apocalyptic story is about a ship that crash lands on Earth in the distant future, when the entire planet has changed. The film "sends its audience on a breathless journey full of surprising twists and turns into a unique world in which humanity is about life a...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, US, Earth, Colony, Blake, Joel Basman, Berlinale, Iain Glen, To Watch, Nora Arnezeder, Sarah Sofie Boussnina


What is the Multiverse? Five Must-See Alternate Timeline TV Episodes to Watch After ‘Loki’

Look, I get it — multiverse storytelling can be confusing. Marvel’s Loki streaming series is only the latest in a long line of stories that plays fast and loose with the idea of multiple or parallel timelines. Loki follows the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) after he gets involved with the Time Variance Authority, or the TVA, as they try to correct problems in individual timelines. This provides us a chance to see lots of variant Lokis (including our favorite chompy green boy) and opens up opp...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Dc Comics, Earth, Star Trek, Features, Spock, Smith, Tom Hiddleston, Rod Serling, Loki, TVA, Jeff, Kirk


Margot Robbie Doesn’t Know When She’ll Play Harley Quinn Again

Margot Robbie reprises the role of Harley Quinn in the upcoming The Suicide Squad, but what happens after that? According to Robbie herself, she doesn’t know. For now, the actress says she needs a break from Harley. In a recent interview, Robbie revealed that she’s unsure of when we’ll see Harley again. On top of that, Robbie had no idea about her character’s fate mentioned in the needless epilogue from Zack Snyder’s Justice League. After playing Harley Quinn three times on the big screen in...
Tags: Movies, News, Superman, Kaley Cuoco, Earth, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Harley Quinn, Batman, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Harley, Don, Snyder, Robbie, Zack Snyder


The Post-Credits Scene in ‘The Good, The Bart, and the Loki’ Was Created in Less Than a Week

Loki has set his sights on invading earth yet again — but there’s no need for New York to fear, this time his target is Springfield. If we’re being honest, it’s less of an invasion and more of a banishment, but however you choose to look at it, the new Marvel-themed Simpsons short The Good, The Bart and The Loki forces the prince of Asgard back to Earth to dine with the Simpsons family. What Happens in the Post-Credits Scene The short sees Loki (Tom Hiddleston) joining many fan-favorite Si...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, News, Disney, Earth, Simpsons, Bart, Loki, TVA, Springfield, Jean, Marvel Disney, MCU, Al Jean, Jim Brooks


Marvel’s ‘What If…?’ Trailer Breakdown: Everything The New Footage and Poster Reveals About the Animated Series

The latest trailer for Marvel’s What If…? animated anthology series showcased the alternate takes on the familiar stories and characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Inspired by the Marvel Comics series of the same name, the series promises new approaches to the events we’ve seen unfold on the big screen with many of the MCU stars lending their voices to these alternate versions of the heroes and villains they play in the movies. To help sort through all this, we’ve broken down all the dif...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, Spider-Man, Disney, America, Earth, Features, Futurama, Britain, Black Widow, Las Vegas, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thor, Marvel Comics, Avengers


‘The Tomorrow War’ Wants to Be ‘Independence Day,’ But You, Sir, Are No ‘Independence Day’

I love dumb movies and I can’t get enough of dumb movie moments. You know the ones! They tend to aim big and throw “realism” to the wind, all in favor of delivering heightened emotions amid satisfying thrills. What’s more, I don’t think there should be any shame or stigma attached to that statement. There’s plenty of room in a well-rounded palette for all sorts of films, after all — from highbrow to lowbrow and everything in between. Something as iconic as Jurassic Park, for example, may not be...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Russia, Earth, Features, David, Jurassic Park, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Miami, Will Smith, Air Force, Chris Pratt, Smith, Alfred Hitchcock, Chris Mckay, George Lucas



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