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Army of Thieves' SDCC 2021 Teaser Takes Us Back to Zack Snyder's Zombieverse

The poster for the new movie Army of Thieves puts it best: “More safes. Less zombies.” Directed by and starring Matthias Schweighöfer, Army of Thieves is a prequel to Zack Snyder’s recent hit, Army of the Dead, told from the point of view of one of its main characters, Dieter. And now, the first teaser trailer is here.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Zombie, Dieter, Zack Snyder, Living Dead, Nathalie Emmanuel, Matthias Schweighofer, Deborah Snyder, Schweighöfer, Zack Fair, Army of the Dead, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture, Draftarmy Of The Dead


The Chucky Trailer Is Here to Slay SDCC 2021

Last week’s teaser gave us just a taste of what to expect from Chucky, Syfy and USA’s upcoming series continuation of the Child’s Play horror series from original creator Don Mancini. (In other words, that recent remake ain’t canon.) But today at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home, fans of the wisecracking killer doll and the…Read more...
Tags: Usa, Science, Films, Play, Childs Play, San Diego, Chucky, Andy, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Brad Dourif, Devon Sawa, Don Mancini, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Lexa Doig, Christine Elise


The Paranormal Activity Universe Continues With New Upcoming Movie

Paramount Pictures is getting back Paranormal with a new installment in the Paranormal Activity horror franchise.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Paramount Pictures, Jason Blum, Rings, Paranormal Activity, Ghost Hunting, Friday The 13th, Christopher Landon, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, American Films, Draftparanormal Activity 7, William Eubanks, Paranormal Activity 4


Syfy's Day of the Dead Gives SDCC 2021 a First Look at TV's Newest Zombie Tale

Even the most diehard horror fan can be forgiven for forgetting (or not even realizing at all) that George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead is becoming a TV show. It was first announced in February 2020 and, well... a lot has happened since then. But today’s San Diego Comic-Con @ Home panel, featuring the first trailer…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, San Diego, Day Of The Dead, Zombie, Romero, Scott Thomas, Living Dead, George A Romero, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie apocalypse, Steven Kostanski, Jed Elinoff, Night of the Living Dead, Horror fiction, Film Genres


At SDCC 2021, Creepshow Teases What to Expect From Season 3 of the Shudder Hit

Creepshow’s excellent second season arrived earlier this year, offering proof positive that the well-received first season of the horror anthology—based on the George A. Romero-Stephen King cult movie collaborations—was no fluke. With season three on the way soon, San Diego Comic-Con @ Home was an essential stop for…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Amc, Stephen King, San Diego, Poltergeist, Joe Hill, James Remar, George A Romero, Dawn of the Dead, Michael Rooker, Johnathon Schaech, Greg Nicotero, Speculative Fiction, Ethan Embry, John Esposito


SDCC 2021: Lucifer's Devilish Star on the Netflix Series' Final Season, Including Its Release Date

The long-awaited second half of Lucifer season five arrived on Netflix in late May, so there’s not much for the DC Comics show’s faithful to do except wonder endlessly about season six, the series’ final installment. The show’s San Diego Comic-Con @ Home panel knew this, and geared its programming toward Luci-fans…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Netflix, Satan, Michael, Demons, Lucifer, Tom Ellis, Woodside, Sabrina, Lucifer Morningstar, Dennis Haysbert, Luci, Joe Henderson, Ildy Modrovich, Ella Aimee Garcia


Netflix's Bone Has a 'Dream Team' Adapting the Classic Comic

That life seemingly skipped from 2019 to 2021 in a blink of an eye has been both good and bad for Netflix’s animated adaptation of the classic comic series Bone. On one hand, there’s a very good chance in the past year you may have forgotten this was even a thing. On the other hand, behind the scenes, it allowed…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Anatomy, Netflix, Dream, Jeff Smith, You, Bone, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture


Jellystone's Heroic Doctors Are on the Scene in This Exclusive SDCC 2021 Clip

Though you know all of the Hanna-Barbera cartoons set to appear in HBO Max’s upcoming Jellystone, the series reimagines them as happy-go-lucky (if a bit unhinged) citizens of a bustling metropolis where Huckleberry Hound’s the mayor. During the Jellystone panel at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home 2021, executive producer…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Animation, Olympics, San Diego, Rick, Grace Helbig, Hanna Barbera, Yogi Bear, Jabberjaw, Huckleberry Hound, Niccole Thurman, Jeff Bergman, Tuca Bertie, Black Lotus, HBO Max


Fear the Walking Dead Season 7 Gets a First Look at SDCC 2021

The last season of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead really went as far as possible to wipe the slate clean: it literally ended with multiple nuclear blasts going off. Because of that, where things are going now is anyone’s guess. But thankfully, the cast and crew of the show showed up to San Diego Comic-Con @ Home 2021 to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, The Walking Dead, John Oliver, Amc, San Diego, Fear The Walking Dead, Alycia Debnam Carey, Karen David, Lennie James, Jenna Elfman, Television Shows, After, Colman Domingo, Scott M Gimple, Alycia


The Walking Dead: World Beyond Teases Huge Revelations at SDCC 2021

The Walking Dead isn’t the only zombie show coming to an end soon. One of AMC’s spinoffs, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, will too. After a that began in October, its upcoming second season will be its last. Why? Well, the cast and crew took to the computer screens of virtual San Diego…Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, The Walking Dead, Amc, San Diego, Rick Grimes, Television Shows, After, Scott M Gimple, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture, Mental Illness In Fiction, First Time Again


The Simpsons Brought an Early Taste of Halloween to SDCC 2021

A new season of The Simpsons arrives with an unerring sense of inevitability at this point, no matter where you sit on the longest-running animated series in the U.S. But with a new season, there comes a regular highlight of one of The Simpsons’ most beloved bits— the annual “Treehouse of Horror” anthology, and this…Read more...
Tags: Science, Vincent Price, Matt Groening, Kristen Bell, Maggie, The Simpsons, Edgar Allen Poe, David Silverman, Lisa Simpson, Al Jean, Television Shows, Maurice LaMarche, Matt Selman, Yeardley Smith, Mike B Anderson, Treehouse Of Horror


Dune Series SDCC 2021 Panel Gives Us More of the Atreides Family Saga

I read Frank Herbert’s Dune as a teenager and it ran through my imagination like no other book before it. It’s only right that I covered the Dune book and comic panel for San Diego Comic-Con @ Home. Read more...
Tags: Science Fiction, Hbo, Science, Films, Literature, Space Opera, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Dune, Frank Herbert, Jessica, Abrams, Paul Atreides, Villeneuve, Kevin J Anderson, Brian Herbert


Shudder's Slasher: Flesh & Blood Teases Its Family Horror Saga at SDCC 2021

Shudder’s already hosted one panel about a horror anthology—found-footage feature V/H/S/94—at 2021's San Diego Comic-Con @ Home. Before the con is over, it’ll share details on the third season of horror anthology series Creepshow. And it also has two new horror anthology series on the way with their own panels: Horror…Read more...
Tags: Science, Film, David Cronenberg, San Diego, Thrillers, Agatha Christie, Aaron Martin, Television Shows, Slasher, Horror Film, Film Genres, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Paula Brancati, Rachael Crawford


Pet Sematary Prequel Adds Actress Pam Grier to the Cast

Pam Grier is coming back to the horror genre in a major way.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Blaxploitation, Netflix, Isabella, Jackie Brown, Variety, Pam Grier, Blacula, Human Interest, Forrest Goodluck, Foxy Brown, Pet Sematary, Lindsey Beer, Mark Vahradian, The Magic Order


The Fear Street Trilogy Stars Reveal Easter Eggs and Bloopers at SDCC 2021

Those Fear Street Shadysiders are at it again. First they beat the curse of Sarah Fier and saved their whole town in a three-part story told across time. And just now, they reunited at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home to discuss how it all went down. Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, San Diego, Sam, Scream, Goode, Deena, RL Stine, Leigh Janiak, Benjamin Flores Jr, Fear Street, R L Stine, Kiana Madeira, Ashley Zukerman, Creative Works


Shudder's V/H/S/94 Hopes to Revitalize Found-Footage Horror

V/H/S is one of those horror franchises that’s kept going but may be off the radar for all but the most devoted fans—after the 2012 original, there’s also 2013's V/H/S2 and 2014's V/H/S: Viral, plus a spin-off and a miniseries that was released on Snapchat. But the found-footage anthology series, which taps a wide…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Snapchat, VHS, OJ, Frankenstein, Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan, Simon Barrett, Shudder, Jennifer Reeder, Brad Miska, Ryan Prows, Timo Tjahjanto, Chloe Okuno, Josh Goldbloom


Michael B. Jordan Is Bringing Black Superman Val-Zod to HBO Max

After a few years of waxing and waning, it seems like DC’s Men of Tomorrow are back in the spotlight at Warner Bros. Alongside the plans for Ta-Nehisi Coates and J.J. Abrams to bring a new Superman to the big screen, a new report suggests that Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan is working on a separate…Read more...
Tags: Science, Superman, Dc Comics, Jj Abrams, Justice League, Dc, Warner Bros, Henry Cavill, Man Of Steel, Joss Whedon, Max, American Culture, Michael B Jordan, Ta, Ta Nehisi Coates, J J Abrams


It's My Last Day at io9 and All I Want Is a Gif Party

It’s San Diego Comic-Con @ Home once again. We’ve got exciting news about Star Trek: Prodigy, The Wheel of Time, The Walking Dead, and more. There’s plenty to celebrate! That includes this being my last day at io9. And who doesn’t want to go out with a good Friday gif party?Read more...
Tags: Science, American Culture, San Diego Comic Con, Entertainment Culture, Gif Party


Paul McCartney Deepfakes Himself Without the Consent of Young Paul McCartney

In his twilight years, a baggy Paul McCartney has cheated time by summoning his young self from the recesses of the public’s memory and thrusting him back on the world stage. A nimble, de-aged deepfake McCartney appears in a new music video for a Beck collaboration, dancing through the halls of a hotel, getting some…Read more...
Tags: Science, Beck, The Beatles, Paul Mccartney, Musicians, Tom Jones, Mccartney, George, Deepfake, Entertainment Culture, Remington Scott, Paul McCartney Deepfakes


I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Show Will Scare the Hell Out of Us in October

If you ask the average person what they did last summer, the answer is likely going to be: “Not much, because there was a pandemic.” But for the teens in the new Amazon Studios horror series I Know What You Did Last Summer, it’s something a lot deadlier. And it’s probably going to have consequences.Read more...
Tags: Science, Actors, Gossip Girl, Gossip, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Amazon Studios, Ryan Phillippe, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr, Human Interest, Lois Duncan, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Television Series, Ryan Phillipe, Sara Goodman, Creative Works


Amazon Studios' Wheel of Time SDCC 2021 Panel Debuts a New Poster, Release Month

Move over Mother of Dragons, we’ve entered the age of the Dragon Reborn. As part of San Diego Comic-Con @ Home, Amazon Studios has released a new poster for The Wheel of Time, which stars Rosamund Pike as a powerful wizard training the person who could bring about the salvation, or the destruction, of their world.Read more...
Tags: Science, Fantasy, Game Of Thrones, Rosamund Pike, Thor, Legend, Amazon Studios, Speculative Fiction, Zack Stentz, Wheel Of Time, Television Series, The Wheel Of Time, Rafe Judkins, Daniel Henney, Madeleine Madden, Moiraine


Evangelion 3.0+1.0's SDCC 2021 Footage Prepares Us for the End

After decades of work, Evangelion mastermind Hideaki Anno seemingly said goodbye to the seminal anime franchise earlier this year with the release of the fourth and final entry in the film remake of his beloved mecha anime in Japan. Now, on the precipice of its release in the West, we’ve got a glimpse of our heroes…Read more...
Tags: Japan, Science, Animation, Eva, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Evangelion, Funimation, Gainax, Tatsunoko Production, Hideaki Anno, Fictional Characters, Rebuild of Evangelion, Creative Works, Japanese Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Mecha Anime And Manga


M. Night Shyamalan’s Sci-Fi and Fantasy Films, Ranked

The list of living filmmakers who basically everyone in the world knows is pretty small. Steven Spielberg definitely. Martin Scorsese maybe. Quentin Tarantino probably. A few others for sure, but one that’s absolutely on that list is M. Night Shyamalan.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Glass, Abigail Breslin, Avatar, Sci Fi, James McAvoy, Jaden Smith, Will Smith, Bryce Dallas Howard, Quentin Tarantino, Mel Gibson, Split, Paul Giamatti, Samuel L Jackson, Steven Spielberg


Amazon's I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Show Will Scare the Hell Out of Us in October

If you ask the average person what they did last summer, the answer is likely going to be: “Not much, because there was a pandemic.” But for the teens in the new Amazon Studios horror series I Know What You Did Last Summer, it’s something a lot deadlier. And it’s probably going to have consequences.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Actors, Gossip Girl, Gossip, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Amazon Studios, Ryan Phillippe, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr, Human Interest, Lois Duncan, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Television Series, Ryan Phillipe, Sara Goodman


Star Trek: Prodigy's First Trailer Goes Where No Kid Has Gone Before

We’ve had glimpses and teases over the past year or so of what Prodigy wants to bring to the Star Trek franchise, but now, we’ve finally got a glimpse of it in motion: teasing the future of Star Trek can be found in some bright young things... with a little help from a familiar face.Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Kate Mulgrew, Prodigy, Television Shows, Dee Bradley Baker, Ella Purnell, Jason Mantzoukas, Kathryn Janeway, Nicktoons, Television Series, Brett Gray, Angus Imrie, Star Trek Prodigy, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture


The Bachelor’s Commitment to Excess Is Killing the Planet

There was a moment on this week’s episode of The Bachelorette that made my jaw drop. It had nothing to do with a fight between contestants or a heartbreaking revelation. Rather, it was water in the desert. Lots of it. And it made me think about the future of a show that has traditionally portrayed environmental…Read more...
Tags: Science, Kim Kardashian, The Bachelor, Netflix, Jerry Brown, Us Virgin Islands, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Reality Television, Chris Harrison, Greg, Katie, Television Shows, Clare Crawley, Juan Pablo Galavis, Love Island, Television Series


Dune: The Sisterhood's TV Future Is Suddenly Looking Brighter

Jordan Peele’s newly revealed horror film is already lining up its cast. Here’s hoping the boat doesn’t sink because Disney is already ready for a Jungle Cruise sequel. Plus updates from Shining Girls and Shining Dale, and a new look at The Green Knight. Spoilers are so happy it’s Friday...Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, William Gibson, Dev Patel, Chloe Grace Moretz, All, The Shining, Dune, Shining, Abigail, Genres, Alysia Reiner, Diane, Tom Ellis, Roswell, Dale


A Porn Site Bought Vidme, and Now There's Porn on the Washington Post, HuffPost, and More

A flood of hardcore porn popped up in websites across the internet Thursday, infiltrating the likes of popular news sites like the Washington Post, New York magazine, Huffington Post, and other web pages.Read more...
Tags: Science, Washington Post, Website, Digital Media, Pornography, Huffington Post, Multimedia, New Media, Video Hosting, Megan, BRIANNA, Marsha, Human Interest, Internet Censorship, Entertainment Culture, Technology Internet


14 Loki Facts Gloriously Revealed in Its Making-of Documentary

After watching Disney+’s new documentary on the making of Marvel’s Loki, you’re gonna have a list of movies to watch. The behind-the-scenes episode, which is the latest in the Assembled series that’s already covered WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, is filled with fascinating facts and revelations…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Disney, Brazil, Thor, The Wizard Of Oz, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Tom Hiddleston, Kane, Grey Gardens, Loki, Sunset Boulevard, Kevin Feige, Wally, Willy Wonka, Kang


Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Misses Its Target

Early on in Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, the film’s hero, Snake Eyes (Henry Golding) is forced to fight 15-20 adversaries at once—and, against all odds, he triumphs. Having that many people fight one man is the film’s way of telling us this dude is a force to be reckoned with. But a few scenes later, he fights…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Hasbro, Action Figures, Henry, Scarlett, Golding, Jinx, Robert Schwentke, Fortnite, Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel, Evan Spiliotopoulos, Henry Golding, Gi Joe, Snake Eyes