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Tomb Raider's Alicia Vikander Has an Update About the Movie Sequel

Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander opens up about the status of Tomb Raider 2.Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Films, Oscar, Angelina Jolie, Tomb raider, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Lara Croft, Ben Wheatley, Misha Green, Windows Games, Creative Works, Single Player Video Games, Video Game Sequels, Entertainment Culture


Jaws Musical Bruce Set to Hit the Seattle Stage Next Year

Bruce is the new musical from the Seattle Repertory Theater based on Jaws’ screenwriter Carl Gottlieb’s memoir The Jaws Log.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Robert Taylor, Steven Spielberg, Evil Dead, Jaws, Broadway Musicals, Bruce, Broadway Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACE, Bandstand, Seattle Repertory Theater, Richard Oberacker, Donna Feore, The Evil Dead


Official Trailer for Brand New Cherry Flavor Series Hits the Internet

Netflix dropped the official trailer for the supernatural horror limited series Brand New Cherry Flavor which premieres on the streamer August 13. The show is inspired by a novel of the same name by Todd Grimson and stars Rosa Salazar (Alita: Battle Angel), Manny Jacinto (The Good Place), Catherine Keener (Get Out),…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fiction, Netflix, Lisa, Catherine Keener, Nick Antosca, Alita, Rosa Salazar, Battle Angel Alita, Jeff Ward, Alita Battle Angel, Rosa Salazar Alita, Manny Jacinto, Brand New Cherry Flavor, Todd Grimson


Taika Waititi's Flash Gordon Film Might Be Live-Action Now

Filmmaker Taika Waititi is involved with so many things it’s very easy to forget one or two. For example, you probably remember he’s making Thor: Love and Thunder, and he’s supposed to do a Star Wars movie. You may even know he’s a bad guy in the new Ryan Reynolds movie Free Guy and produces What We Do in the Shadows,…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Films, Boy, Thor, Ryan Reynolds, George Lucas, What We Do In The Shadows, Thunder, Flash Gordon, Gordon, Collider, Taika Waititi, John Davis, Waititi, Taika


Spock’s Famous Gesture Imagined Like Never Before in this Star Trek Time-Lapse

August 2021 is a big month for Star Trek fans. Yes, your favorite Paramount+ shows are slowly beginning to trickle back onto the service (Lower Decks returns Augsut 12), but beyond that it’s the 100th anniversary of something even more special: the birth of Gene Roddenberry. Star Trek’s creator was born on August 19,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Star Trek, Spock, Leonard Nimoy, Gene Roddenberry, Kirk, Vulcan, Uhura, Human Interest, Star Trek The Original Series, Gene Roddenberry Star Trek, Imax Films, Creative Works, English Language Films, Trekkie


A Waterworld TV Show Is in the Works

It may end up taking 30 years—but Waterworld could finally get the sequel it so desperately wanted. Collider reports that a streaming TV show take on the infamous 1995 Kevin Costner film is now in the works, which would pick up the story in that film 20 years after its ending. 10 Cloverfield Lane and The Boys director…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Universal Studios, Kevin Costner, Cloverfield, Dan Trachtenberg, Collider, John Fox, John Davis, Kevin Reynolds, Waterworld, Cloverfield Lane, Water World, The Boys, Tina Majorino, Jeanne Tripplehorn


49 New Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books to Keep You Turning Pages in August

The end of summer is approaching, but there’s still a full month of what we can technically refer to as “summer reading.” Good thing August has a galaxy’s worth of new sci-fi and fantasy book releases, with parallel universes, ghost hunters, supernatural battles, deep-space intrigue, all manner of witches, and so much…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fantasy, Angels, Stephen King, ESP, Netflix, William Gibson, Luciana, Adrian, Pat Cadigan, Dungeons Dragons, Lee, Hugo, Andra, Stark


Vivo's First Trailer Is About the Power of Music (and Adorable Honey Bears)

We’ve known for years that the idea behind Vivo—and its Lin-Manuel Miranda-created original soundtrack—laid dormant until Sony Pictures quietly picked up the project five years ago. Now, we’ve finally got a glimpse of it, and perhaps a cute Kinkajou was worth the wait.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Dreamworks, Dreamworks Animation, Sony Pictures, Hamilton, Vivo, Gabi, Lin Manuel Miranda, Andres, Zoe, Mitchells, Michael Rooker, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Nicole Byer


The Lord of the Rings Studio Wanted to Kill Off One of the Hobbits

Although Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings saga makes many tweaks in bringing J.R.R. Tolkien’s world to the big screen, it is by and large a faithful adaptation. But pressure from the studio in one weird way would’ve taken it down a very different path: a bit of halfling havoc.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Hobbit, Sam, Lord Of The Rings, Peter Jackson, Jrr Tolkien, Billy Boyd, The Lord Of The Rings, Pete, J R R Tolkien, Gandalf, Frodo, Dominic Monaghan, Saruman, Pippin


The Nerd's Watch: Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Streaming in August

Though a lot of movie theaters are back to full function, the safer option for entertainment remains streaming, and fans who choose to stay home and take advantage are constantly rewarded with tons of new content. At the start of each month, most streamers—Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, and HBO Max—do a little…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Science, Robin Williams, Films, Ben Affleck, Disney, Netflix, Mick Jagger, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lopez, Sandra Bullock, Idris Elba, Francis Lawrence, Arnold Schwarzenegger


VFX Icon Phil Tippet's Long-Awaited Movie Looks Absolutely Incredible

Star Wars. Indiana Jones. RoboCop. Jurassic Park. These films and franchises will live forever, and they attained those heights with a little help from Phil Tippett—one of the most legendary visual effects artists in Hollywood history. He’s especially known for his work with stop-motion animation and now, he’s…Read more...
Tags: Hollywood, Science, Films, Jurassic Park, Stop Motion, Jurassic World, Robocop, Indiana Jones, Phil Tippet, Phil Tippett, Star Wars Indiana Jones, Robocop 2, Imax Films, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture


Lucasfilm Hires YouTuber After His Deepfake of Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian Goes Viral

Finally, a story about deepfakes that’s free from the moral squishiness and consent issues that plague the people creating them. On Tuesday, a spokesperson for Lucasfilm confirmed that the company had hired a popular deepfake creator as a “senior facial capture artist” under the company’s computer graphics subsidiary,…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Films, Robert De Niro, Ai, Will Smith, Lucasfilm, Henry Cavill, Deep Learning, Mark Hamill, Identity Theft, Luke Skywalker, Industrial Light, Deepfake, The Mandalorian, Creative Works


Emily Blunt and the Rock Drip With Charismatic Chemistry in Disney's Jungle Cruise

The first time I went to Disneyland, I was 32 years old. Jungle Cruise is a ride that many theme park lovers encourage first-timers to visit, so I waited in line for 45 minutes and was extremely underwhelmed. Thank goodness the new movie, starring Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Édgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dwayne Johnson, Films, Disney, Indiana, Cruise, Warner Bros, Disneyland, Indiana Jones, Emily Blunt, Paul Giamatti, Jack Whitehall, Edgar, Jesse Plemons, MacGregor, Michael Green


New Ghostbuster: Afterlife Toys Include Figures, Ghost Traps, and More

With the release of a brand new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, it’s only fitting a wave of toys comes along with it. io9 is excited to debut three brand new Ghostbusters-themed items, ones that focus primarily on the new film but stay true to the original roots.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Films, Afterlife, Walmart, Hasbro, Trevor, Ghostbusters, Target, Ray, Peter, Egon, Popper, WINSTON, Cluedo, Slimer


Lamb's Disturbing First Trailer Knows What the Farmer Has Been Up To

Though the first trailer for A24's Lamb—from director Valdimar Jóhannsson—at first seems like it’s about to tell you a story about a couple of lamb-herding farmers living quiet lives in the mountains, it quickly takes a dark turn that evokes both Sweet Tooth and Ari Aster’s Midsommar. There’s been something...strange…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Lamb, Maria, Ingvar, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson, Ari Aster, Valdimar, Valdimar Jóhannsson, Creative Works, Hilmir Snr Gunason


Ghostbusters: Afterlife's Trailer Puts the Kids Front and Center

The first Ghostbusters came out almost 40 years ago, which is about how long it feels since word first came out about Ghostbusters: Afterlife. In reality, it’s only been about two and a half years since Jason Reitman, son of original director Ivan Reitman, revealed was returning to the world of Slimer, proton packs,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Bill Murray, Kim, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Phoebe, Dan Aykroyd, Paul Rudd, Spengler, Ernie Hudson, Carrie Coon, Ivan Reitman, Ant Man, Slimer


Lego's New Marvel-Themed Minifigures Are a Highly Tempting Collectible

As Lego has struggled in recent years to keep new sets under wraps, rumors of an upcoming Marvel-themed minifigure collection have been circulating for months. Today those rumors were confirmed with Lego sharing the official details for its next collectible minifigures set featuring 12 new figures inspired by…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Disney, Lego, The Lego Movie, Marvel Studios, Carter, Loki, Sylvie, Marvel Comics Characters, Gamora, LEGO Minifigures, Monica Rambeau, Fictional Characters, Lego Vidiyo, Lego Minifigure


Hail to the Deadites Pays Loving Tribute to Evil Dead's Biggest Fans

With a brand-new Evil Dead movie—the big-city tale of terror Evil Dead Rise—currently in the works for HBO Max, there’s no better time to look back at the ever-popular horror series. It spawned a respectable remake a few years back but will forever be most beloved for the Sam Raimi-directed, Bruce Campbell-starring…
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Evil, Ash, Bruce Campbell, Evil Dead, Sam Raimi, Bill Moseley, Tom Sullivan, Dan Hicks, Ash Williams, Sarah Berry, Ted Raimi, Evil Dead Ii, The Evil Dead


A New Exorcist Trilogy Is Coming From Universal and Blumhouse [Updated]

One of the scariest, most influential horror franchises of all-time is making a mega blockbuster comeback. reports that David Gordon Green (the new Halloween films) will write and direct a reboot/sequel in which Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. plays the father of a possessed girl. Desperate for help, he…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Films, Emmy, Jason Blum, Hamilton, Peter Sattler, David Robinson, Peacock, Ellen Burstyn, Sequel, David Gordon Green, Donna Langley, Blumhouse, Leslie Odom Jr, The Exorcist


A New Exorcist Trilogy Is Coming From Universal and Blumhouse

One of the scariest, most influential horror franchises of all-time is making a mega blockbuster comeback. reports that David Gordon Green (the new Halloween films) will write and direct a reboot/sequel in which Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. plays the father of a possessed girl. Desperate for help, he…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Films, Universal, Hamilton, Peacock, Ellen Burstyn, David Gordon Green, Leslie Odom Jr, The Exorcist, Blumhouse Productions, MacNeil, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture, Chris Macneil


Game of Thrones' House of the Dragon Star Teases What Fans Can Expect From the Prequel

Greg Nicotero gives an unsurprising update on Todd McFarlane’s Spawn reboot. John Carpenter seems to be testing the waters for more of Snake Plissken’s story. New looks at and The Green Knight plus a fresh look at Titans. Spoilers away!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Disney, It, Noah, David Cronenberg, Game Of Thrones, Ruby, David Fincher, Damon Lindelof, Dexter, Joe, Vincent, Alicia Vikander, John Carpenter


Don't Worry, the Bob's Burgers Movie Is Still Happening

Though fans of Bob’s Burgers have a new season to look forward to, many have been wondering what’s going on with the Bob’s Burgers movie that was announced back in 2019—before it, like many productions, was waylaid by the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con @ Home, series creator Loren…Read more...
Tags: Home, Science, Films, Bob, Ginger, John Roberts, Linda, Eugene Mirman, Dan Mintz, Belcher, Kristen Schaal, Larry Murphy, Loren Bouchard, Bobs Burgers, Nora Smith, H Jon Benjamin


The Stephen King Adaptation Chapelwaite Brought Gothic Gloom to SDCC 2021

Back in May, we got a decent look at Adrien Brody’s new series Chapelwaite, adapted from a Stephen King short story (it appears in the collection Night Shift) thanks to a bunch of images released by Epix, as well as a teaser. The outlook? Gloomy, gothic, and dripping with dread. Today’s San Diego Comic-Con @ Home…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fiction, Stephen King, It, Adrien Brody, Emily, Epix, Peter Filardi, Rebecca Morgan, Gothic fiction, Salems Lot, Charles Boone, Jason Filardi, Charles Boone Brody, Chapelwaite


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




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


The Blade Runner Comics Panel at SDCC 2021 Talks Building a Universe

Titan Comics’ Andrew Sumner, David Leach, Mike Johnson, Kate Perkins, Fernando Dagnino, and Mellow Brown got together at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home to discuss the future of the Blade Runner comics.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Sports, San Diego, Blade Runner, Denis Villeneuve, Michael Green, Mike Johnson, Blade, David Leach, Titan Comics, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Replicant, Kyle Morrow, Creative Works, David 8


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


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