Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to politics... for Kung Fury, at least. Kevin Feige wants Ryan Coogler back for Black Panther's inevitable sequel. Plus, Doug Jones is open to return for the Hocus Pocus reboot, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies pokes fun at Justice League, and new looks at Legends of Tomorrow and Ash vs Evil Dead. Spoilers, away!
Video: A family of farmers sits around the dinner table, but something's wrong with the youngest son: He's started to feel terribly guilty about eating the animals they raise. But this is no ordinary family, and this act of adolescent rebellion is not at all what you expect... and neither is what happens next.
Video: There are a lot of reasons to be impressed with David Bayo's beautiful Astrée portrait created using a painstaking stipple technique. But what's more staggering to me than hand-drawing 3 million individual dots is somehow finding enough spare time to dedicate 300 hours to a single work of art. I can't even find the time to do laundry.
Video: Back in 1994, few could have predicted what Stargate would become. The original film was a hit, but what happened after is damn near unprecedented. Not a theatrical sequel, no, but several popular television series and a rabid fandom that far overshadowed the people who saw the original movie in theatres.
Black Panther isn't just one of the Marvel universe's smartest and most powerful heroes, he's often the one with the most tricks up his sleeve. If Batman is DC Comics' king of out-of-nowhere moments of surprise, T'Challa handily takes the crown for Marvel. Here's a few times he grandly let us know he's always a few steps ahead of Marvel's mightiest.
This year, Marvel Studio's cinematic universe of superhero films turns 10 - a milestone for a movie franchise that's had such a fundamental impact on Hollywood, and shows no signs of stopping. But it only happened because of what turned out to be a monumental mistake a decade before Iron Man hit screens... a mistake by Sony, not Marvel.
Game of Thrones may not come back until 2019, but A Song of Ice and Fire is returning with a new book this year. Unfortunately, it still isn't the story we've all been eagerly anticipating for years. But at least it's something... right?
Solo: A Star Wars Story casts a surprising addition. Tessa Thompson still has hopes for an all-female Marvel team up movie. The LEGO Movie spinoff has lost its director. Plus, a familiar face is returning to Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash takes on a golden age comics villain, and a new look at The X-Files' return. Spoilers now!
Video: The previous trailers for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One have been heavy on the Oasis. Why wouldn't they be? It's the virtual world of the film where literally anything is possible. But, in this latest look, those scenes are much more balanced with action in the real world. Which is pretty surprising.
Over the course of just a few seasons, Black Mirror has ruined social media, political engagement, augmented reality, nerd culture, video gaming, and basically everything else - so of course love would be next. This Valentine's Day, Black Mirror's new social media campaign brought its True Love Test to the real world, which has given my nuptials an "expiry date." Now, to break the bad news to the cat.
She might not look like much when we see her in A New Hope, but the junky, tattered exterior of the Millennium Falcon was always meant to be a hint at a long life for the freighter. So, seeing it shiny and with a fresh coat of paint in Solo: A Star Wars Story should be what it looks like in its prime, right? Actually, no.
If you glue two matches together, you'll find the sticks won't be parallel to each other because the match heads at the top are slightly thicker. If you keep on going, and eventually glue 42,000 of them together, you'll end up with a giant sphere that produces a fantastic chain reaction of fire when you light a single match.
We might be living in a golden age of superhero TV, but long before Marvel was a dominant force at the box office there was the delightfully silly 1978 Incredible Hulk TV show. If you need a reminder of just how absurd the show could be, this round-up of every time the Hulk actually appeared in the series provides ample proof.