Joe Russo teases a darker Captain America and Black Widow in Avengers 4. Fox 21 and McG are teaming up for a Vampyr TV series. Star Trek: Discovery’s head makeup artist teases those big Klingon changes. Plus, a ton of new American Horror Story promos, and Stephen Amell discusses Arrow’s most important new character. Spoilers, away!
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Discovery’s crew has been teasing for a while that Spock will be a major figure in the show’s second season, given both his importance to Star Trek at large and his personal links to Michael Burnham. But now we have a face to put with this latest take on everyone’s favourite Vulcan: Ethan Peck.
The Final Frontier is about to get a lot cuddlier — and this is coming from a world where swaths of reproducing fluff balls exist. Perfect World and Cryptic Studios has announced that they’re adding Star Trek: Discovery’s beloved Ripper the Tardigrade to Star Trek Online’s Age of Discovery expansion.
A major shakeup of Klingon culture was one of the biggest parts of Discovery’s first season — and part of that reinvention included an occasionally controversial redesign that included some radical departures from the Klingons that fans have known for decades. Now more changes are on the way — but they could be good news.
CBS’s plans for the Star Trek franchise do not start and end with Discovery. In addition to the Captain Picard series that was announced over the weekend, CBS executives have confirmed there are other potential Star Trek shows being considered for CBS All Access. The plan looks to be all Star Trek, all the time.
Could DC be making an animated Super-Pets film? Alex Kurtzman teases Star Trek: Discovery’s take on a younger Spock. Get a look at some of the returning rangers for Power Rangers’ 25th anniversary episode. Plus, what’s to come on The 100's season finale, and the return of Fantasy Island. Spoilers now!
The first trailer for the next season of Star Trek: Discovery looked surprisingly fun -- especially when compared to the often-fatally bleak first season. It was full of cute jokes, great character moments and late-1990s rock jams. So, where did this newfound levity come from? According to the showrunner, you can thank the first Star Trek TV series for that.
Star Trek: Discovery’s debut season concluded with a shocking blast from the franchise’s past: The original series’ Enterprise, face-to-face with Burnham and the crew of the Discovery. And now, we get to re-meet Captain Pike and Starfleet’s most iconic vessel.
The next season of The Walking Dead is going in a new, less zombie-laden direction. There's drama behind the scenes of the Snowpiercer TV series. The Unbreakable sequel Glass has a poster so cool it's worth mentioning here in the intro. Plus: Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek movie, and the Watchmen TV series. Morning spoilers, ho!
If you had hopes that it would be smooth sailing ahead for Star Trek: Discovery as the show heads into its second season - well, it seems the waters are still a bit rough. Showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are out, and executive producer Alex Kurtzman will step in. Kurtzman will also run the show's writers' room.
Star Trek: Discovery has had more downs than ups, but a couple of standout moments did remind us of the Star Trek universe we know and love. The best (so far) has to be the seventh episode of the series, "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad".
Discovery's foray into time loops wasn't exactly heavy on plot, but it turned out to be a surprisingly heartfelt episode - one that only exists because the series was strapped for cash.
It: Chapter 2 casts another adult incarnation of the original cast. Kevin Feige is just waiting to hear when Marvel can finally use the X-Men and Fantastic Four again. Ram Bergman says it's going to be a while before we hear about Rian Johnson's Star Wars trilogy. Plus, what's to come on Westworld and Wynonna Earp. Spoilers, roll out!
Even though Star Trek: Discovery is a prequel to the original series, it's added quite a few new aliens and creatures to Star Trek's database. The most notable would be Saru (Doug Jones), a Kelpian with serious fear instincts and a strut like a gazelle supermodel. However, the original plan for Saru's look didn't include a butt-like nose and a lunchmeat-tinted face. It was more akin to something out of Pan's Labyrinth.
Last year, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer perked the Spock ears of fans everywhere when he hinted that he was working on a new Star Trek project. Now, the Tribble's out of the bag. Meyer has shared news about this top-secret project, mostly because he's not sure if it will happen anymore.
Star Trek: Discovery's first season ended with the mother of all cliffhangers: the titular ship coming face to face with one of the living legends that is the USS Enterprise. Which means, now that season two of the show has entered production, we can get a teasing look at how the show will translate '60s sci-fi goodness into Discovery's modern visuals.
The new Terminator film has found its latest killer robot. Zachary Quinto has hopes for at least one more Star Trek film in the Kelvin timeline. A fallen Legend could make their return in Legends of Tomorrow's future. Plus, hilariously cryptic teases for Westworld's return, and what's to come on The Flash. Spoilers, assemble!
The finale of Star Trek: Discovery gave us a short glimpse at the most legendary ship in the entire Starfleet: the Enterprise, ten years before the original Star Trek television show. Befitting the different visual style of Discovery, the ship looks a little different than we remembered, but that apparently wasn't just for creative reasons.