Look, I'm as surprised as you are that the Ninja Turtles apparently have a cookbook coming out filled with suitably wacky pizzas. Don't they order takeaway to the sewers more than anything? But hey, if you ever want to recreate the TMNT in your own kitchen, do we have the goofy book for you — no grimy sewer pizza required.
Video: Jerónimo Rocha's sci-fi horror short Dédalo is reminiscent of Alien in both visuals and story. It follows a woman who appears to be the lone survivor of a gruesome attack on her space freighter. Her frantic struggle to survive is suspenseful as hell, but the real draw here is that alien creature, specifically its freakishly spiky nails. Claws? Talons? Whatever. Yikes!
Last week's episode showed that Hulu's TV adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale isn't afraid to take us outside of Offred's point of view, even if it was previously only in flashback. "The Other Side" has taken things a step further, centring an entire episode around another character, and giving us a new look at what's happening outside Offred's world.
When original Star Trek: Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller and executive producer Heather Kadin were developing the series, they were both adamant about making sure that the show stayed true to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's vision of social progressiveness and inclusion. But for a vocal contingent of racist "fans", Discovery's emphasis on diversity is tantamount to "white genocide".
We've only seen four of the 18 hours of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks: The Return, but we already have a lot of questions. A lot. Since half the fun of Twin Peaks is never fully understanding what's going on at any given moment, we decided to round up everything that's bedevilling us the most — realising, of course, that we may never know exactly WTF is going on.
After teasing it yesterday with some gorgeous covers, Vanity Fair has released its cover story for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and it's packed with new information about the movie — but it also gives us our first look at two mysterious new characters coming to the Star Wars saga.
Today we got our first good look at Game of Thrones' seventh season, and boy howdy does it look like we're in for some dark times ahead. But while the trailer is suitably cryptic, if you've been paying close attention to the rumours surrounding this penultimate season, it paints an intriguing picture of the battles coming to Westeros.
We got two new trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming yesterday, and while there wasn't a ton of new info, there was still enough that we wanted to point it out — first and foremost, that Spidey's excitement to be fighting his fellow superheroes is just straight-up lovable.
Video: Luc Besson's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is not lacking in colour or a wide variety of alien life, that's for sure. This new trailer really focuses on explaining the basics of the plot: Agents Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are investigating and then trying to stop a threat to Alpha, the titular "city of a thousand planets". Which is when, of course, the entire universe gets in trouble.
When Star Wars hit theatres 40 years ago this week, it changed the film industry forever. But as well as its long-reaching impact, in the immediate wake of its release, it also drove sci-fi into the moviemaking spotlight in a big way. Whatever could the James Bond series do to compete? Send 007 into space in the wildest way.
From the very first moment that the world saw Finn meet Poe Dameron in The Force Awakens, some Star Wars fans glommed on to the (very plausible) idea that there was a spark of attraction between the two handsome rebels. Aside from a few furtive glances in the movie, though, there's been no real evidence supporting the Finn-Poe ship... until, perhaps, now.
Yesterday's Supergirl finale was excellent in so many ways, giving us big moment after big moment, badarse Supergirl fight after badarse Supergirl fight, and a whole host of teases for potential threats coming in the next season. We loved just about all of it, but nothing more than the mysterious final epic worldkiller that is headed to Earth to doom any chance Kara has at happiness. I have a theory as to who that is.