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Past articles by Cheryl:

Quicksand Is Somehow Both Predictable and Tense as Hell

The English-language Colombian survival horror film hits Shudder on July 14. → Read More

The Super Mario Bros. Movie Streams on Peacock in August

Chris Pratt, Charlie Day, Jack Black, and Anya Taylor-Joy lend their voices to Nintendo and Illumination's massive hit. → Read More

Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque Get Post-Apocalyptic With New Series Duck and Cover

Comics writer Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque, the team behind American Vampire, reunites for the new digital title from Amazon's Comixology Originals—and io9 has a first look. → Read More

Campy Horror Comedy Uncle Sam Is a Star-Spangled Good Time

William Lustig's 1996 cult classic features Isaac Hayes, William Smith, and P.J. Soles. → Read More

Greta Gerwig Explains the 'Long Journey' to Cast Ryan Gosling as Ken

Barbie, starring Margot Robbie as the title character, hits theaters July 21. → Read More

One Piece's English-Dubbed Anime Is Coming to Crunchyroll

If subtitles aren't your thing, you're in luck; the English dub of Eiichiro Oda's global sensation will be available on the streamer July 5. → Read More

Watch Tom Cruise Sprint Through Every Mission: Impossible Movie

A supercut celebrates the action star's commitment to cardio ahead of Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One's release. → Read More

The Superhero Noir Plot Thickens on Next Episode of Image Comics' Who Is No/One

Listen to an exclusive excerpt from Image's podcast that intertwines with its No/One Massive-Verse crime title. → Read More

New Nimona Featurette Explains How the Film's Art and Themes Align

Adapted from ND Stevenson's graphic novel, the animated fantasy film is now streaming on Netflix. → Read More

Max's Dune: The Sisterhood Series Builds Its Cast Back Up

Actors Olivia Williams and Jodhi May have come aboard, along with director Anna Foerster. → Read More

All the New Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Books to Put on Your Radar for July

Feel the need to read? Feed that need with the help of this list highlighting 63 upcoming releases. → Read More

Apple TV+'s Invasion Season 2: First Look Photos, August Return

Check out first-look images from season two of the sci-fi series from Simon Kinberg (X-Men) and David Weil (Citadel). → Read More

Southeast Asian Myths Flow Through Romantic Fantasy The Hurricane Wars

Read an exclusive excerpt from Philippines-based author Thea Guanzon's forthcoming debut novel. → Read More

Futurama's Excellent New Trailer Proves the 10-Year Wait Was Worth It

Matt Groening's animated series returns to Hulu in July, with the original cast including Billy West, John DiMaggio, and Katey Sagal reprising their roles. → Read More

Oscar Winner Olivia Colman's Been Trying to Join the Marvel Cinematic Universe for Years

The star of Disney+ series Secret Invasion reveals she's long been a Marvel fan, and a Samuel L. Jackson fan to boot. → Read More

San Diego Comic-Con Loses More Big Names After Marvel Drops Out

Sony, Netflix, HBO, and Universal also won't have panels at the convention, which had its first year back post-pandemic in 2022. → Read More

Star Trek: Prodigy Cancelled, Will Be Removed From Paramount+

The streamer won't move forward with the animated show's previously green-lit second season. → Read More

Marvel's 'What If?' Novels Will Bring New Tales of Loki, Scarlet Witch, Venom, and More

Acclaimed authors Madeleine Roux, Seanan McGuire, and Mike Chen are aboard to pen the Random House releases. → Read More

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Reveals Tasty Digital and Blu-ray Special Features

James Gunn's Marvel Cinematic Universe swan song hits digital July 7 and Blu-ray and 4K August 1. → Read More

Orca Explained in 1977 Why Killer Whales Are So Angry Today

Richard Harris and Charlotte Rampling encounter tragedy at sea in the schlocky but suddenly timely Jaws rip-off. → Read More