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Richard Dean Anderson returns as 'Stargate SG-1' cast reunites to read AI-written script

Stargate SG-1 was always able to explore the effects of technology on humankind — and now the series is doing it again, almost 15 years after the last episode aired, as members of the original Stargate SG-1 cast have reunited with co-creator Brad Wright to do a table read of a brand new Stargate script. → Read More

'The Time Traveler’s Wife': New trailer for HBO series finds Theo James meeting himeself

Finding love can be hard enough, without chrono-temporal displacement (aka time travel) thrown into the mix! But as HBO's upcoming adaptation of The Time Traveler's Wife will soon prove, even unfortunate timey-wimey shenanigans can't stand in the way of true love. → Read More

Will original 'Percy Jackson' star Logan Lerman join Disney+ series? Fans have some ideas

Now that Disney+'s live-action Percy Jackson TV show has already found its titular demigod, casting speculation has turned towards other roles in the literary universe of author Rick Riordan's beloved book series. → Read More

'Ms. Marvel': Everything you need to know about Marvel and Disney+'s newest hero

When Kamala Khan made her solo comic book debut with Ms. Marvel in 2014, she immediately proved immensely popular both with readers and critics alike. So it was no surprise when Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige announced that everyone's favorite New Jersey-based Pakistani American teenager would be one of the many characters making their live-action debut during Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic… → Read More

'Star Trek: Picard' final season turning into 'Next Generation' reunion with Troi, Worf & more to return

Star Trek: Picard will be blasting off for its third and final season, but it's beaming up some familiar faces first as series star Patrick Stewart prepares to bid farewell to one of his most beloved and iconic characters: Jean-Luc Picard. → Read More

Christina Ricci heads back to 'The Addams Family' with mystery role in Netflix's 'Wednesday'

Sometimes you do get what you wish for! Ever since Netflix announced it would be doing a show about everyone’s favorite morbid and not-so-mildly murderous teenager, Wednesday Addams, fans have been hoping to see Christina Ricci involved in the project somehow, seeing as she’s the actress who’s most associated with the popular character. → Read More

'Scream 6' is officially happening! Here's what we want to see in the new movie

After the rave reviews and box office success of Scream (aka Scream 5), it's no surprise that a sixth movie in the Wes Craven-created horror film series is already on the way, with its release date → Read More

Stargate SG-1's Richard Dean Anderson on the 'happy brain surgery' that made franchise such a hit

The Stargate franchise is filled with strange new worlds and all kinds of alien technology, as well as colorful characters of every species. But what made the beloved science fiction shows so popular is that is was also just a whole lot of fun. → Read More

Sit! Stay! Save the day!: Marvel and DC's super pets, ranked

As comic book adaptations become more frequent and more and more superheroes show up in film and television — with multiple versions even crossing over and saving the world together at this point — it's only natural that some of their four-legged (or winged) companions join them. → Read More

Micheal Keaton opens up about why he walked away from ‘Batman’ all those years ago

Michael Keaton first stepped into the cape and cowl of Batman (and his alter ego Bruce Wayne) in 1989. And while he would go on to star in the sequel, Batman Returns in 1992, he never returned for the next film — despite both movies' overwhelming success. → Read More

Ralph Macchio still hates 'Karate Kid 3' but is glad 'Cobra Kai' is finally redeeming it

Cobra Kai has been introducing a whole new generation of fans to the infamous karate-based rivalry between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence and their respective dojos, but even as the hit Netflix series catches up with both characters today and carries on their stories, it never strays from the original → Read More

Chloe Zhao reveals darker, 'Twilight Zone'-esque original ending for Marvel's 'Eternals'

In a year jam-packed with new Marvel Cinematic shows and movies, it's hard to know where to start geeking out — even if your favourite superhero isn't named Peter Parker. → Read More

How the 'Path of Neo' video game was intended as an alternate ending to 'The Matrix' trilogy

Fans of The Matrix are more than familiar with the importance of choice. → Read More

No multiverse here: Vincent D'Onofrio says Hawkeye's Kingpin is same as Daredevil's Kingpin

Hawkeye might have wrapped up its first season this week, but the Disney+ show left fans with more than a few questions as the Marvel Cinematic Universe holiday season wrapped to a close, such as exactly who is Laura Barton, Clint's mysterious wife? How does a full version of "I Can Do This All Day" go? → Read More

The 'Halo' multiverse? Why you don't need to play all the games to jump into the new TV series

Between Netflix's The Witcher, Amazon's Wheel of Time, and HBO's upcoming Game of Thrones prequel, there's a lot of pre-existing lore that new viewers — and even some longtime fans — might feel like they have to catch up on. But luckily, that won't be the case when it comes to Paramount+'s Halo TV series, which is due to hit streaming next year. → Read More

Open a portal into our deep dive into the 'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse' teaser trailer

Long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Peter Parker would be asking Doctor Strange to possibly rip a hole in the multi-verse, Sony Pictures graced audiences with the first-ever full-length animated Spider-Man film, featuring another beloved, but less-adapted web-slinging superhero who also had to deal with the existence of multiple dimensions: Miles Mo → Read More

4 things we really want to see in Marvel's upcoming 'Shang-Chi' sequel

As the first Marvel movie to premiere exclusively on the big screen since the pandemic first began, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings had a lot of big shoes to fill as it not only introduced a whole new set of characters — and grappled with the MCU's complicated history with Asian representation — but also kicked off the cinematic wing of the next phase in MCU architect Kevin Feige → Read More

Full 'MacGruber' trailer proves things are the same... and a lot more personal in Peacock series

The blasts from the past continue! Not only are Neo, Doc Ock, Ghostface, and other classic pop culture figures returning to our big and small screens over the next few weeks, but soon they'll be joined by another familiar face: MacGruber. → Read More

Kirsten Dunst is game to return to Spider-Man as an 'old-girl Mary Jane' if Marvel came calling

While previous actors who've played Peter Parker, like Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, have been dodging questions as to whether they'll be reprising their takes on the iconic role in the upcoming MCU film Spider-Man: No Way Home, it appears there is one former star who'd be up for returning as their character: none other than the first on-screen Mary Jane Watson herself, → Read More

When exactly is 'Hawkeye' set in the post-Endgame timeline of the MCU? Now we know.

After a year-long hiatus without any new Marvel offerings post-Avengers: Endgame, fans of the MCU have been treated to a veritable smorgasbord of new entries, starting all the way back with WandaVision at the start of the year on Disney+, quickly followed by The Falcon and the Winter Soldier → Read More