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Oxygen Is a Claustrophobic Sci-Fi Thriller of Non-Stop Reveals

Don’t let the fact that Oxygen is about a woman stuck in place for two hours fool you. The claustrophobic setting provides more twists and turns than most films with the whole world at their disposal. Directed by Alexandre Aja (Crawl, The Hills Have Eyes), the film stars Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds) as a…Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Chemistry, Oxygen, Quantum of Solace, Melanie Laurent, Songs, Aja, Alexandre Aja, Mathieu Amalric, Physical Sciences, Entertainment Culture, Chalcogens, Mélanie Laurent Inglourious Basterds


Sweet Tooth's New Trailer Shows Anything But an Ordinary World

Come for the deer child, stay for the soulful Duran Duran cover. The new trailer for Netflix’s Sweet Tooth is here and much like the first one, it shows a unique, lush, post-apocalyptic comic book world. Beyond that, this latest trailer focuses on the show’s bigger picture, some of its key relationships, and lots of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Robert Downey Jr, Films, It, Netflix, Duran Duran, Sweet Tooth, Jeff Lemire, Susan Downey, Nonso, Video Game Characters, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture, Gus Christian Convery, Tommy Nonso Anozie


AT&T and Discovery Are Reportedly in Talks to Combine Content to Take on Disney and Netflix

AT&T and Discovery Inc. may soon join forces to improve their chances against leading competitors like Netflix and Disney in the streaming wars. According to reports, the two companies are in talks to merge Discovery’s reality TV empire with AT&T’s catalog of cable channels and other media holdings to create…Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, Netflix, Discovery Inc


Lucifer's DB Woodside Dishes on Amenadiel's Baby Mamma Drama

A new season of Lucifer arrives on May 28 with a full eight-episode order to round out the series final season.Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Netflix, Michael, Lucifer, Rachael, Woodside, Momma, Human Interest, Urban Fantasy, D B Woodside, Woodside Queens, Amenadiel, Creative Works, Dc Comics Characters, Entertainment Culture


Mary Elizabeth Winstead Adds to Her Action Resume With Netflix's Kate

Mary Elizabeth Winstead is looking to stake her claim in the action genre with her new role in Netflix’s assassin revenge thriller Kate, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan (The Huntsman: Winter’s War) and written by Umar Aleem.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Kate, Cloverfield, Dan Trachtenberg, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Mary, Winstead, Ani, Cedric Nicolas Troyan, Human Interest, Mary Elizabeth, Mary Elizabeth Winstead


A Mitchells vs. the Machines Deleted Scene Reveals a Voltron-Esque Villain

Not only is The Mitchells vs. the Machines one of the best movies of the year so far, it’s got an absolutely unforgettable ending. The way the family comes together to fight the villainous PAL, complete with flying robot skateboards, laser gauntlets, and a soundtrack by T.I and Rihanna? It’s epic and touching at the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Film, Rihanna, Netflix, Ti, Mecha, Katie, Storyboard, Mitchells, Voltron, Toonami, Guillermo Martinez, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, The Mitchells Vs The Machines


Big Smiles, Big Abs, and Big Swords in the Giant-Sized Toys of the Week

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular round up of the latest and greatest in giant hunks of plastic to go on your shelf. This week: He-Man returns in a revelatory manner, Lego heads back to New York and the ‘90s for a retro Friends treat, and Odin smiles upon you... distressingly. Check it out!Read more...
Tags: Toys, New York, Science, Robert Downey Jr, Friends, Netflix, Lego, The Office, Hasbro, Thanos, Seinfeld, Masters Of The Universe, Action Figure, Action Figures, Ross, Anthony Hopkins


Watch Army of the Dead's Gory First 15 Minutes and See How Las Vegas Falls

You have until 10 p.m. EST on May 14 to watch the first 15 minutes of Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead online. At that point, it’s being taken off YouTube. It’s not going away completely, of course; at that point you can go to a theater and see the full movie. Or you could wait a few days and .
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Vegas, Go, Zack Snyder, Living Dead, Dave Bautista, Matthias Schweighofer, Army of the Dead, Watch Army, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Las Vegas Falls, Zack Snyder 's Army of the Dead


Netflix Is Making a New Animated Ultraman Movie

Ultraman’s global plans just keep getting bigger and bigger, appropriately.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Kaiju, Shin Godzilla, Shin, Ultraman, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Hideaki Anno, Shannon Tindle, John Aoshima, Industrial Light, Creative Works, Japanese Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Ultraman Trigger


Netflix's Anime Eden Shows the Robot Apocalypse Can Be Beautiful

Maybe Terminator had it wrong. Maybe, if robots rise up and overthrow humanity, the Earth won’t be a charred, smoking sphere covered in human skulls. Maybe without humans around to mess it up, nature will recover and the planet will be lush and scenic again. This first trailer for the Netflix anime Eden certainly…Read more...
Tags: Science, Earth, Netflix, Animation, David Tennant, Anime, Neil Patrick Harris, Robot, Eden, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Rosario Dawson, Toonami, Yasuhiro Irie, Sony Music Entertainment Japan, Sarah Ruby Rose Turner


Kevin Smith’s He-Man Continuation Is Here, and It’s a Revelation

It seems like a long time since Kevin Smith first announced he was creating a new He-Man animated series that would be a “continuation” of the original ‘80s cartoon for eight-year-olds. Now, we finally have our first look at Masters of the Universe: Revelation, and I think I finally understand what Smith is…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Netflix, Superheroes, Smith, Masters Of The Universe, Action Figures, Kevin Smith, Orko, Skeletor, Human Interest, Revelation, Fictional Characters, He Man, He Man And The Masters Of The Universe, Westinghouse Broadcasting


Amazon Explains Lord of the Rings' Giant Budget, Which Is Still Smaller Than Jeff Bezos' Yacht

Yes, the budget for Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series is almost half a billion dollars, but the woman behind it is happy to explain. In a new interview, head of Amazon Studios Jennifer Salke doesn’t deny last month’s reports that the show cost the studio about $465 million; she also blames both the market for original…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Shonda Rhimes, Disney, Netflix, Jeff Bezos, Ava Duvernay, Amazon Studios, Bela, Dana Walden, Jennifer Salke, V, Businesspeople, Bela Bajaria, The Ring, Economy Of The United States


Netflix's Wish Dragon Trailer Looks a Lot Like Aladdin Ball Z

Finding a wish-granting dragon in a teapot seems a lot easier than summoning a wish-granting dragon by collecting seven Dragon Balls. Or so it seems in Wish Dragon, a new animated movie from Netflix about a young man who stumbles upon his own extremely genie-esque dragon.Read more...
Tags: Science, Robin Williams, Films, Disney, Star Trek, Netflix, Jackie Chan, Wish, John Cho, Roc, Aladdin, Constance Wu, Dragon Ball, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Génie, Sparkle Roll


Castlevania's Final Season Gets There, in the End

There’s a moment roughly halfway through Castlevania’s final season when, at the height of an arduous, suitably bloody, and rather fantastic fight sequence, one character yells at another “This is about Dracula, isn’t it!?” And... that’s it. That’s the show, for better and worse, as Netflix’s Castlevania cracks its…Read more...
Tags: Science, Malcolm McDowell, Netflix, Trevor, Bill Nighy, Richard Armitage, Jamie Murray, Greta, Lisa, Dracula, Isaac, Theo James, Vlad, Varney, Germain, Konami


Army of the Dead Turns-Pandemic Era Fears and Greed Into Bloodthirsty Monsters

At this late stage into the zombie movie/tv/book game, the question that comes to mind whenever a new project in the genre debuts is what it has to add to the larger canon of zombie lore that’s given us an entire taxonomy of fictional flesh-eating ghouls. Familiar as Army of the Dead’s constituent parts will be to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, Netflix, Culture, Army, Richard, City Of The Dead, Cruz, Zombie, Zack Snyder, Scott Ward, Living Dead, Dave Bautista, Undead, Omari Hardwick, Zombie apocalypse


This NSFW Love, Death, and Robots Trailer Emphasizes the Death

Well, you can’t say Netflix’s animated sci-fi anthology doesn’t give a fuck. It gives several.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Literature, Writers, Paolo Bacigalupi, Jg Ballard, Harlan Ellison, Tim Miller, John Scalzi, American Writers, Entertainment Culture, Artificial Intelligence In Fiction, Robot Series, Neil Asher


Army of the Dead’s Spinoff Star Talks Safe-Cracking and Zack Snyder’s Lessons

Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead hasn’t even come out yet and a spin-off film is already in the can. It’ll be called Army of Thieves and it’s directed by its star, Matthias Schweighöfer, who plays a safecracker named Dieter in both films. io9 spoke to Schweighöfer about getting to play in Zack Snyder’s zombie-infested…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Army, Justice League, Zombie, Dieter, Zack Snyder, Living Dead, Dave Bautista, Matthias Schweighofer, Schweighöfer, Army of the Dead, Horror fiction, Upcoming Films, Entertainment Culture


YouTube Found the Pettiest Loophole in Its Battle Against Roku

Just a week after Roku yanked YouTube TV from its app store thanks to an ongoing feud with Google, it looks like YouTube found a clever (if not extremely petty) workaround. On Friday, YouTube announced it would just cram YouTube TV access into the main YouTube app, which is still available. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Youtube, Apple TV, Netflix, Computing, Roku, Multimedia, Internet Television, Information and Communications Technology, YouTube TV, Networking hardware, Mass Media, Roku Devices, Digital Media Players, Television Technology


Army of the Dead Almost Featured a Whole Zombified Zoo

Along with , Zack Snyder’s living mercenaries in the upcoming Army of the Dead will have to deal with at least one undead white tiger as they venture into the overrun ruins of Las Vegas in search of $200 million dollars stashed in an abandoned casino. The idea of an army of zombies having an…Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, Netflix, Culture, Army, Las Vegas, Zombie, Zack Snyder, Living Dead, Zombie apocalypse, Marvel Zombies, Carole Baskin, Horror fiction, Corporeal Undead, Haitian Culture, Haitian Vodou


Sailor Moon Eternal's New Trailer Is a Stunning Take on the Dream Arc

The long-awaited Sailor Moon Eternal films are finally making their streaming debut outside of Japan, and the newest trailer for the double feature promises a gorgeous new take on one of the Sailor Scouts’ most compelling arcs.Read more...
Tags: Comics, Japan, Science, Netflix, Sandy, Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon Crystal, Chibi, Fictional Characters, Chibi Usa, Sailor Moon Sailor Stars, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture, Technology Internet, Moon Eternal, Dead Moon Circus


Paramount+ Will Have a New Movie Every Week, Including Mark Wahlberg's Infinite

New sci-fi movie Infinite—starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Antoine Fuqua—is coming out a few months ahead of schedule, but you won’t see it in theaters. Paramount just announced that the film, most recently scheduled for release in September, will now debut on Paramount+ sometime in June. Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Ted, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, September, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Joe, Dylan, Antoine Fuqua, Toby Jones, Wahlberg, Theron, Jason Mantzoukas, Infinite


A New Stranger Things 4 Teaser Reminds Us Eleven Isn't the Only Powerful Being

Hard to believe it’s been almost two years since we spent time with the kids from Hawkins, Indiana on Netflix’s Stranger Things. Harder to believe still that it was over a year ago Netflix released the first teaser for the upcoming fourth season, which saw Sheriff Hopper (David Harbour) in Russia, just where we…Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Russia, Netflix, Stranger, Hopper, Hawkins, Byers, Eleven, Stranger Things, Mike Wheeler, David Harbour, Hawkins Indiana, Mass Media, Fictional Characters, Demogorgon


Netflix's Awake Trailer Has a Worldwide Sleeping Disorder

In Awake, a mysterious event causes all electronics to stop working... as well as people’s inability to sleep. I have no idea what could possibly cause both these things, and if there’s an answer, it’s absolutely not in the movie’s first trailer.Read more...
Tags: Science, Sleep, Biology, Insomnia, Netflix, Gina Rodriguez, Awake, Mathilda, Human Interest, Mark Raso, Branches Of Biology, Entertainment Culture, Mark Raso Kodachrome, Mathilda Ariana Greenblatt, Jill Gina Rodriguez


Hannah John-Kamen Is Red Sonja and Yes, Perfect Casting Is Possible

While the notion of a Red Sonja reboot hasn’t always been the most exciting thing, this one big piece of news changes all that. Hannah John-Kamen, who kicked all kinds of ass in Killjoys and Ant-Man and the Wasp, has been cast as the fearsome warrior. Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Red Sonja, Brigitte Nielsen, Marvel Comics, Steven Spielberg, Michael Douglas, Killjoys, Roy Thomas, Scott Lang, Hope Van Dyne, Ant Man, Barry Windsor Smith, Fictional Characters, Hannah John Kamen


2021 Summer TV Preview: All the Sci-Fi, Horror, and Fantasy to Stay at Home With

Like the movie industry, the realm of television is still in the process of clawing its way back from covid-related delays. While some new seasons, hiatus returns, and debuts will need a little more time to make it to the airwaves, rest assured there’s still plenty of fresh summer TV on the way.Read more...
Tags: Science, Robert Downey Jr, Julianne Moore, Dc Comics, Jj Abrams, Netflix, John Goodman, The Cw, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, Arrow, Tom Hiddleston, Dan Stevens, Will Arnett, Supergirl, Stay


Nintendo Teases More Animated Plans for Future Movies

The Toxic Avenger remake recruits another star. Robert Kirkman teases some directions the next few seasons of Invincible could go in. The Flash recruits a familiar face for its 150th episode. Plus, get new looks at Spiral, , The Green Knight, and more. Spoilers go!Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Nintendo, Chris Rock, Barry, Dev Patel, Supergirl, Jacob Tremblay, Mark Jones, Warwick Davis, Barbara Gordon, Robert Kirkman, Peter Dinklage, Teen Titans, Leprechaun, Jim Cook


Useful Website Calculates How Hard You'll Have to Binge a Show to Finish It in Time

Netflix’s new “Play Something” feature, which randomly serves up a show from the streaming service’s vast catalog, can be a risky way to get hooked on a new series. To ensure you don’t end up a couch hermit, Brian Yung’s Can I Binge website lets you calculate how long a show will take to finish, so you can plan…Read more...
Tags: Science, Eating Disorders, Netflix, Binge, Alcohol Abuse, Drinking Culture, Human Interest, Technology Internet, Brian Yung, Hyperalimentation


The Mitchells vs the Machines Team Explain How They Made One of the Best Animated Movies of 2021

If you haven’t watched Sony’s The Mitchells vs. The Machines yet—it’s streaming on Netflix—you should do that immediately. Co-directors and writers Mike Rianda and Jeff Rowe tell the story of a family traveling across the country to bring the daughter to college when a robot apocalypse threatens to take over the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Actors, Netflix, Abbi Jacobson, Sony, Comedians, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Eric Andre, Spider Man, Entertainers, Phil, Maya Rudolph, Beck Bennett, Mitchells, Christopher Miller


Updates From Dungeons & Dragons, The Conjuring, and More

There’s good news for Stargirl and Kung Fu’s future on the CW. Get a look at the new ghost-ship show from the creators of Dark. The What We Do in the Shadow sets its premiere date. Plus, a psychedelic glimpse of . Spoilers get!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Kung Fu, Karen, Netflix, Devil, Po, Dungeons Dragons, Chris Pine, Jim Cook, The Conjuring, Mike Minogue, StarGirl, The Conjuring The Devil Made Me Do It, Creative Works


League of Legends Is Getting Its Own Animated Series on Netflix

Between this and the recent, solid DOTA animated show Dragon’s Blood, it seems like Netflix is going all-in on the hyperspecific market that is “wildly popular MOBA, but make it cartoons.”Read more...
Tags: MOBA, Science, Sports, Software, Netflix, Tencent, Esports, League Of Legends, Riot Games, Dota, Windows Games, Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, Video Gaming, Defense Of The Ancients, Dc Comics Characters, Arcane



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