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'Doctor Who: Flux' full trailer tees up Jodie Whittaker's final journey as the Doctor with one epic adventure

Since 2017, Jodie Whittaker's been time traveling and acquiring companions as the Thirteenth Doctor in BBC's long-running sci-fi series. That journey will soon be coming to an end with Doctor Who: Flux, and the newest trailer sets the stage for a new run of time traveling madness that fans have come to know and love. → Read More

The panels to catch (or stream) at this year’s New York Comic Con

New York Comic Con 2021 is happening in-person and streaming online. Find out how to watch panels for Critical Role, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, The Boys, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Star Trek, Wheel of Time, and more. → Read More

Aang and Korra join Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl to settle your Avatar Twitter debates

There it is. Today, Avatars Aang and Korra –– the stars of that anime you've probably heard about, with the bending –– were announced for Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl. → Read More

Scarlett Johansson and Disney make up, reach settlement over Black Widow lawsuit

The lawsuit between Disney and Scarlett Johansson has come to an end. As revealed by the Hollywood Reporter, the parties have now reached an undisclosed settlement. → Read More

Critical Role crew promises ‘wild ride’ in Campaign 3, reveals theatrical D&D kickoff

Just months after wrapping up the adventures of the Mighty Nein in their second campaign, Critical Role is beginning a new adventure featuring a new cast of soon to be heroic misfits. → Read More

"Burn It All Down": League of Legends hypes Worlds 2021 with tournament arc-approved music video

Another year, another music video for League of Legends. "Burn It All Down" delivers explosive, flashy action that Riot's yearly Worlds competition is known for → Read More

Airbnb wants you to spend Halloween inside the 'Scream' house, just mind where any calls are coming from

If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to live inside the Scream house, this could be your lucky Halloween. Airbnb has put the home from Wes Craven's original horror franchise up for rent, for the surprisingly low price of $5 a night. Then again, considering that house is where the killer's calls originated from...maybe that pricing isn't a surprise. → Read More

What's next for Nintendo: Bayonetta, Kirby, Splatoon, and classic N64 & Genesis Switch games

The fall has barely begun, but that didn't stop Nintendo from streaming a Nintendo Direct to chart a course for what's to come in the remainder of the year and into 2022. → Read More

Marvel to Mario: Chris Pratt to star in Nintendo & Illumination's 'Mario' movie; plus Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day

During today's Nintendo Direct livestream, game director and Mario Bros. designer Shigeru Miyamoto revealed the voice cast for the upcoming CG animated Super Mario movie. The movie was announced in 2020 as part of a partnership with Universal and Illumination, the studio best known for the Despicable Me and Sing films. → Read More

Sweet Victory! Feel like a kid again with a new SpongeBob game & another Destroy All Humans remake

Earlier today, THQ Nordic, the publisher that started in 2011 as Nordic Games and later acquired the THQ name, held a showcase to celebrate its decade-long existence. → Read More

The Suicide Squad's blooper reel is as goofy and vulgar as the film itself

The Suicide Squad was a pretty funny movie, if you're into that sorta thing. Its blooper reel is also pretty funny, if you're into that same sorta thing! → Read More

PlayStation 5 reveal stream teases Knights of the Old Republic remake, God of War: Ragnarok & Marvel galore

With the year almost over, Sony revealed the future lineup of PlayStation 5 games with its PlayStation Showcase 2021 livestream today. It sort of started off all over the place before concluding with a group of big reveals for the near and somewhat far future. Here's what you may have missed... → Read More

Venom coming to Playstation 5 in 'Spider-Man 2,' as Insomniac also reveals new 'Wolverine' game

Get ready for more Marvel, courtesy of Insomniac Games. Today at the PlayStation 5 event, it was revealed that the studio currently developing Marvel's Spider-Man 2. That shouldn't come as a surprise to you, given the critical and commercial success of the 2018 game and last year's spinoff Miles Morales, but at least it's nice to have hard confirmation. → Read More

Star Trek: Picard drops time-hopping Season 2 trailer, announces February release & Seaon 3 renewal

Star Trek as a franchise is no stranger to time travel, and after Discovery's third season jumped that show's cast to the far future, Picard is doing the opposite for its sophomore run. → Read More

Pokémon Evolutions trailer shows new anime is all about the past, starting with the present

The Pokémon franchise is turning 25 this year, and Nintendo's continuing their celebration with a new anime. Announced earlier today, Pokémon Evolutions is an anthology anime meant to hit at everyone's nostalgia and look back at how far the series has come. And the trailer wants you to know that it's bringing some flashy animated sequences along for the ride. → Read More

April O'Neil and CatDog join Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl for some nostalgic cartoon mayhem

Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl, the licensed fighting game revealed last month to equal parts bewilderment and excitement, announced another pair of characters set to join its launch roster: April O'Neil from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and CatDog from the titular 'toon CatDog. → Read More

Ahead of Season 4, 'Cobra Kai' is opening the dojo for a fifth season of 'Karate Kid' action

Since its premiere in 2018, Cobra Kai has been a surprisingly well received sequel to the Karate Kid franchise that's had more and more eyes on it with each season. → Read More

Skyrim, a game that is 10 years old, is coming out again for the sixth time... now with fishing

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Bethesda is releasing Skyrim again. Yes, that could have been at any point over the last decade, but Bethesda is indeed doing it again with Skyrim Anniversary, to celebrate the role-playing game's original release a decade ago. If you've somehow missed out on being able to kill dragons by shouting at them, then you're in luck for maybe the final time. → Read More

Ethan Hawke says his villainous Moon Knight role is based on former cult leader David Koresh

As a man whose film career goes back to 1985, Ethan Hawke has inhabited several memorable roles. But none of them, from early work like Explorers and Dead Poets Society to later fare such as First Reformed and The Good Lord Bird, had prepared him for Marvel's Moon Knight. → Read More

Smurftacular! Nickelodeon drops 'The Smurfs' teaser, sets release date for first new series in 40 years

After nearly 40 years, the Smurfs are returning to television yet again. The lovable little blue creatures created by Belgian artist Pierre "Peyo" Culliford finally have another animated series –– titled The Smurfs, naturally –– that'll tell new stories featuring the classic characters on Nickelodeon. → Read More