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James Grebey

Syfy

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Syfy
  • TIME.com
Past:
  • GQ
  • Decider
  • Inverse
  • Yahoo
  • Business Insider
  • Cashay
  • deathandtaxes
  • BuzzFeed

Recent articles by James:

New 'Dungeons & Dragons' book collects player races and monsters alike

For a Dungeon Master, getting all the various materials needed to run a Dungeons & Dragons campaign can sometimes feel like an epic fantasy quest itself. That’s why the iconic tabletop game is streamlining things with the upcoming D&D Rules Expansion Gift Set, featuring a new book, Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse, which collects and updates content that was previously strewn… → Read More

Here are the 16 best genre TV shows of 2021

It may have been another trying year for the world due to the ongoing pandemic and a host of other weighty issues, but our TV cup really did runneth over in 2021. → Read More

Here are the 16 best movies of 2021

2021 was supposed to be our first tip-toe back into normalcy, or at least into a new normal. The latter proved to more true than the former, as the cinematic experience tried to recover in the middle of the very pandemic that closed movie theater doors worldwide. Audiences got used to watching big-screen experiences on their living room television sets, while at the same time longing for a… → Read More

The 10 best movie fight scenes of 2021

The holiday season is a time for people to come together — a time for peace. So, naturally, we at SYFY WIRE are deciding to celebrate by looking back at the past year of movies and highlighting some of the best fight scenes of the year. → Read More

Everything You Need to Know Before Watching 'The Book of Boba Fett'

A spin-off of The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett looks like Star Wars' take on organized crime. Here's what to know. → Read More

Frodo rules, actually

The Fellowship of the Ring came together 20 years ago this week when the first installment of Peter Jackson’s legendary Lord of the Rings trilogy opened in theaters. Everybody who has seen the movies has a favorite member of the fellowship, those nine souls who banded together to save Middle-earth. Do you prefer Aragorn or Legolas’ brand of coolness? Is Gimli’s comic relief your speed? Are you… → Read More

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' post-credit scene and secret trailer, explained

The lead-up to Spider-Man: No Way Home’s release had fans asking tons of questions and speculating about whether or not some familiar faces from old Spider-Man movies would appear in the latest MCU venture. One question that nobody really had, however, was whether or not there would be a post-credits scene. Like almost every Marvel movie before it, No Way Home does indeed have post-credit scenes. → Read More

Everything To Remember About the Matrix Trilogy Before You See The Matrix Resurrections

The Matrix: Resurrections arrives more than 20 years after the Wachowskis released the original film starring Keanu Reeves. Here's what to remember about the trilogy. → Read More

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' stars on why it's 'tough' to keep Spidey relatable

Spider-Man movies — and all superhero movies, really — tend to keep upping the stakes as the franchise continues. → Read More

Tom Holland and Zendaya say they're waiting for the call to enter the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man is coming face to face with the multiverse in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but the MCU’s resident web-slinger hasn’t entered the Spider-Verse yet. The animated movie series features a whole host of inter-dimensional Spider-People, and the stars of the live-action Spider-Man series want in. → Read More

'Young Justice' is still one of the best superhero shows ever because it's always changing

Superhero fans are seeing, in real-time, the challenges of having a long-running live-action superhero universe. Bringing the Avengers together gets trickier when you have to deal with actors' schedules, salary demands, and the general ravages of time (and that's before we even talk about dueling studios who are tenuously sharing custody of a character.) It's a big part of why Captain America… → Read More

The 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' cast is kind of afraid of no ghost, actually

The Ghostbusters, famously, ain’t afraid of no ghost. It says so right there in the theme song. → Read More

How Ghostbusters: Afterlife Fits Into the Long-Running Franchise

Got questions about Ghostbusters: Afterlife ahead of its premiere on Nov. 19? We’ve got you covered. → Read More

Kevin Feige explains how Hawkeye's Rogers: The Musical began as an 'innocent suggestion'

On Nov. 24, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will reach new heights when a highly, highly anticipated show premieres, one that will let longtime fans see an iconic Avenger in a whole new light. What’s that? Oh! No, not Hawkeye, though that show does premiere on Disney+ on that date. See, what’s really exciting is the premiere of Rogers: The Musical, a Broadway play about Captain America that Clint… → Read More

'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' director and cast brought the franchise back to life — and it came back a little different

For a franchise that's based on the premise of keeping the dead where they belong, Ghostbusters sure can't seem to stop coming back. → Read More

Critical Role's Liam O'Brien and Laura Bailey tease the big secrets of Campaign 3

Starting a new Dungeons & Dragons campaign can be jarring, especially if you’re coming off of one you’ve been playing for years. The cast of Critical Role ended their second campaign as level-16 powerhouses whose exploits were known across the fantasy land of Wildemount. → Read More

Kit Harington unpacks that major 'Eternals' post-credits scene

When news broke in August 2019 that Kit Harington would be joining the cast of Eternals, readers of Marvel comics knew exactly who he was playing. There’s one character in the comics named “Dane Whitman,” and he has a pretty big secret identity. → Read More

Tom Hanks isn’t the real star of Finch. This very good boy is.

Some actors just have it. They’re just born for it, and everything they do in front of the camera feels effortlessly real. Tom Hanks, the lead of the new Apple TV+ movie Finch, is a pretty good actor, I guess. But Seamus, his canine co-star, is a real pro. → Read More

How Eternals’ Two Post-Credits Scenes Could Shape the Future of the MCU

A mid-credits and post-credits scene to the new Marvel movie offer up much potential for where the MCU—both the Eternals and the franchise as a whole—can go from here. → Read More

How the Eternals Fit Into the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The characters in the 26th installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe originated in a 1976 comic, but their new movie is their biggest pop-culture moment yet. → Read More