At 16, Brett Smrz lost his leg after a freak trampoline accident. Today, Smrz is a professional stunt driver and one of two Ant-Man stunt doubles you'll see in Ant-Man and the Wasp.
The news broke last week that Linda Hamilton would reunite with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Terminator film, to be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) with James Cameron producing. The stars are aligned for the first great Terminator film in decades — but what will it take to get it right?
Both the Kingsman movies and the comics are unafraid to root themselves in the events of the real world — and no one is particularly safe from being mocked or blown up, no matter how famous they are. But The Golden Circle drew itself back from targeting one figure in particular: Then-Presidential-candidate Donald Trump.
If you're reading this, you've probably seen Don Hertzfeldt's World of Tomorrow and simply want to know if the sequel is good. Yes, it is. It's very, very good. And I highly recommend to go into it totally blank other than the knowledge of the first film.
Here's some joyful Tuesday morning news for all the Stephen King horror fans and devoted Pennywise meme-makers. The It sequel finally has an official release date, and you won't have to wait 27 years to see what happens to the Losers Club. You will, however, have to wait a couple of years.
Neil deGrasse Tyson must have binge-watched Game of Thrones, because he cannot stop talking about the series on Twitter, including weighing in on the most pertinent scientific question of our time: Do Game of Thrones' dragons make sense? Turns out, they're not nearly as far-fetched as the wights' use of chains.
The Fantastic Beasts sequel casts another villain. Karin Koroval is returning to The X-Files, but not in the way you're probably expecting. The Flash promises a cerebral component to its new big bad. Plus, what's to come on Star Trek: Discovery, and new looks at Blade Runner 2049. To me, my spoilers!
Video: Even if you've never seen Pennywise the Dancing Clown, you know what it's supposed to look like. Scary, murderous clowns are a thing in our culture, the visual markers for which we're all familiar with to varying degrees. Still, though, no two killer clowns are alike, and in a new behind the scenes featurette for this year's It reboot, we see just how much work it was keeping Pennywise's look a secret from the movie's squad of young performers.
Video: Batman isn't a stranger to clown problems. If you want anyone on your side when the inevitable clown apocalypse rains down from the heavens in garish rainbows, it's ol' Bruce Wayne.
For the first time since 2001, a new Star Trek series is premiering on television. With the first episode going live on Netflix, Star Trek: Discovery is poised to enter the world.
Video: Horror short Rotary, from filmmakers Patrick Young and Powell Robinson, offers a couple of jumps — and one very important reminder. Woe unto the vintage-store employee who just can't stop herself from answering a phone that should not be ringing. Girl, no! You know that old thing is just for show!
Star Trek: Discovery is the sixth and newest TV series in the long-running cultural phenomenon that is Trek, and it brings the show's long-time protagonists — those pesky Klingons — back to the fore. If you want to get into the swing of things properly and understand what Discovery might be like if you were watching on the Klingon homeworld of Klinzhai, Netflix has enabled a little Easter Egg for its Aussie audience: subtitles for the entire series in Klingon.