After a week of silence, Dell CEO Michael Dell has finally addressed the violence in Charlottesville. As CEOs fled Trump's toxic Manufacturing Council and denounced the US president's racist responses, Dell pledged to stand by the president. Now, the council has been dissolved and at 6PM on a Friday in the US (8AM Saturday in Australia), Dell has some inspiring words.
Patty Jenkins is very close to directing Wonder Woman 2. Get another look at a few of the heroes showing up in Avengers: Infinity War. The live-action Jetsons remake is getting a pilot. Plus, more footage from Riverdale, Inhumans and Death Note, and a ton of images from Thor: Ragnarok. To me, my spoilers!
The potential for striking gold at an op shop can be very much dependent on where that store is located. Given NASA's Kennedy Space Center is just an hour away, a pair of university students in Orlando were lucky enough to find six vintage flight suits buried in a box at a Salvation Army store that was going out of business.
There are plenty of things to be annoyed with about Batman and Harley Quinn. It looks cheap, it cuts more corners than it should, and it feels much more like an average TV episode than an actual movie. But the biggest problem is how much it cheapens Harley Quinn, turning a beloved character into an "Idiot Meat Skank". And those are the movie's words, not mine.
Syfy dipped into surreal horror last fall with Channel Zero: Candle Cove, based on a Creepypasta story about a children's TV program that made people do very bad things. A new story informs the anthology show's second season, No-End House, and it looks quite different — albeit equally as disturbing.
Video: There's a murderer on the loose in Kill Me Please — and the teenage girls in the Rio neighbourhood favoured by the killer react with both fear and fascination. Anita Rocha da Silveira's debut feature mixes dark menace and burgeoning sexuality to achieve what looks to be a distinctly stylish result.
Last week, the 2017 World Yo-Yo Championship was held in Reykjavík, Iceland. And as in years past, watching these performers, including world champion Shu Takada, can only lead you to a single conclusion: these competitors were probably born with yo-yos attached to their arms.
We've already had a tiny glimpse of the first Godzilla anime movie, but this new trailer gives us an even fuller look at the film's crazy premise — namely, that Godzilla defeated humanity, forcing the remnants to escape to outer space. But it also gives us our best look at this newest version of big G himself, in all his anime glory.
The Defenders debuts on Netflix this week, bringing together four different characters and TV shows into one giant super mega crossover. For anyone who needs a reminder of what the heck these characters have been doing, or maybe skipped Iron Fist for relatively obvious reasons, here's a video crash course.
Last week, an amateur drone pilot landed his DJI quadcopter on the deck of Britain's newest and most advanced aircraft carrier. The incident was accidental, but highlights the irony of how difficult it is to neutralise threats from smaller aircraft like drones that are slowly filling the skies. But perhaps modifying a missile that can hit speeds of mach 2.2 isn't the best solution to the problem?
There's a moment in the finale when the characters get a chance to breathe. To take it all in and take stock of their lives and the circumstances that brought them to that one specific instance. For a show as high concept as Orphan Black, with its clones and genetic mutants and world wide conspiracies of eugenics, it's remarkable how little the concept itself ultimately mattered. From its schlocky sci-fi framework these actors, led by the incomparable Tatiana Maslany, built something excruciatingly human.
The funny thing about seeing all of Netflix's Defenders fighting together is that when you think about it, they all kinda have a variation of the same archetypical superpower. The Defenders aren't just the Marvel Cinematic Universe's street-level heroes, they all punch things really hard — and that's part of what makes them so unique.