David F. Sandberg teases Shazam's supersuit. Netflix's Sabrina show has found its Zelda. Alex Garland drops some hints for his upcoming tech-focused sci-fi show. Plus, Legends of Tomorrow teases another trip to the Old West, and Rose McIver on the villains of iZombie's new season. Behold, spoilers!
After Equifax's negligence allowed hackers to steal the personal information of 145.5 million Americans, the company promised to give everyone free credit monitoring for a year. But House Democrats have formally requested that Equifax extend the monitoring from one year to three years. Even that, however, feels pretty damn inadequate.
Is "leftover Easter chocolate" an oxymoron? Does such a thing even exist? If, for some bizarre reason, you get tired of consuming chocolate bunnies this April, don't throw all that chocolate away. As YouTube user Knifemaker demonstrates, you could actually turn all those sugary treats into a functional kitchen knife.
"When gone am I, the last of the Jedi will you be." Yoda's words in Return of the Jedi have long been the text fans cite when thinking about the Jedi in the larger Star Wars universe. Yoda is one of the wisest beings ever, so he's telling the truth. Any other Jedi who we see in books, TV shows or movies must surely be gone by this moment at the very latest, right?
Good news! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is getting a digital and Blu-ray release next month. Even better news: There are a ton of deleted scenes included, complete with commentary from director and resident explainer-in-chief, Rian Johnson.
For hundreds of millions of years, life on Earth was a purely aquatic phenomenon. The jump from the oceans to the continents was a monumental event, one that would irrevocably change the face of our planet. A new study suggests the first plants to make this evolutionary leap appeared much earlier than we thought.
The antimatter of science fiction vastly differs from the real-life antimatter of particle physics. The former powers spaceships or bombs, while the latter is just another particle that physicists study, one that happens to be the mirror image with the opposite charge of the more familiar particles.
New York Toy Fair has come and gone, leaving us with even more fancy bits of plastic to get excited over in the coming months. Missed out on our coverage? Here's everything Gizmodo saw from the show this year!