Stefan Kapičić teases some important moments for Colossus in Deadpool 2. Screenwriter Jason Fuchs talks about the comic books inspiring the Lobo movie. The Orville gets a new mystery crewmember. Plus, a look at the return of Timeless, and some intriguing comics casting for Preacher. Spoilers, away!
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The Orville could cross paths with another Seth McFarlane show. You'll be waiting a while for the next season of Rick & Morty. There's more discussion of the future of The X-Files after Gillian Anderson's departure. Plus, Captain Marvel casting, a new clip from Agents of SHIELD, and more. To me, my spoilers!
With just a few episodes left in The Orville's first season, it's safe to say that Seth MacFarlane's Star Trek homage has carved out its own place in the scifi comedy universe. Though not every episode has hit its mark, the show has likable characters and a diverse range of stories - and a big part of its appeal can be chalked up to its consistent stream of funny, shocking, random, and just plain weird moments. Here are our favourites so far.
Jason Momoa talks about evolving Aquaman through Justice League and beyond. Jon Bernthal teases Frank's relationship with Micro in The Punisher. Chris Hemsworth discusses what Ragnarok leaves for Infinity War to pick up on. Plus, Nightwing's director on casting Dick Grayson, and Deathstroke returns in new Arrow pictures. Spoilers get!
Not to be outdone by Star Trek: Discovery, the crew of the USS Orville will be returning to Fox for a new season of adventures next year. That's good news, but the surprisingly early renewal also means that you won't be getting more Orville beyond the 13 episodes already set to air this year.
Arnold Schwarzenegger teases the next Terminator movie. Pixar's Coco casts an Agent of SHIELD. See Thor's new team in action in a new Ragnarok featurette. Plus, tons of behind the scenes pictures from Justice League, and John Carpenter will be back in the director's chair for a new Syfy Horror anthology. Spoilers ahead!
There's a crazy rumour about who could play Catwoman in Gotham City Sirens. Laura Dern teases her mysterious Star Wars: The Last Jedi character, Admiral Holdo. Don't expect Kevin Smith to direct Arrow any time soon. Plus, new clips from Star Wars Rebels and Karl Urban hopes for a Thor movie with a female lead. Spoiler Now!
Todd McFarlane wants Keith David in his Spawn movie... but only for a little bit. The Stargate webseries has found its Catherine Langford. Sony wants to bring Settlers of Catan to the big screen. Plus, how the Purge TV show will create tension without being about the Purge, and a cryptic new Stranger Things teaser. Spoilers, away!
The third episode of The Orville pays homage to Star Trek's love of addressing ethical issues -- this time, about whether an alien society should be able to reassign a child's gender. The episode tries to be sincere, and sometimes succeeds, but it ultimately becomes more about gender stereotypes than actual identity.
An iconic Spider-Man adversary could appear in a weird way in Silver and Black. Charlie Cox discusses the comic book influences behind Daredevil's third season. The Hellboy reboot is close to recruiting another member of its supernatural cop squad. Plus, new clips from Killyjoys, and more Inhumans posters. Spoilers now!
Karen Gillen talks Nebula's mysterious new BFF in Infinity War. The Gifted recruits another Marvel mutant. There's more rumours about the focus of Sony's first Spidey spinoff, Silver and Black. Plus, new pictures from Inhumans, Seth McFarlane on The Orville's influences, and a new look at Pennywise in It. Spoilers now!
Seth MacFarlane is a bit of a controversial figure. Sure, Family Guy might be one of the longest-lasting animated shows on television, but I'm not a huge fan. After all, the man can be problematic... to put it mildly. Yet, his new show, The Orville, coming later this fall, is one I'm very much interested in... because of something I am a fan of: Star Trek. Even though there's an official Trek coming out, this one might end up coming out on top.
Fox's new scifi sitcom The Orville wowed us in its first look, mainly because it managed to come off as both a loving homage to the campiest aspects of classic Star Trek while also being genuinely funny. The new Comic-Con trailer is much the same -- reminding us that exploring the strange new frontiers can be a truly ridiculous endeavour.