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James Grebey

Syfy

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • The Daily Beast
  • GQ
  • Decider
  • Inverse
  • Yahoo
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  • Cashay
  • deathandtaxes
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Recent articles by James:

'Thor: Love and Thunder' director says Groot is responsible for Stormbreaker acting out

In Thor: Love & Thunder, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor comes face to face with somebody he once loved. Sure, there’s his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who makes her return as the Mighty Thor, but Thor also reunites with another ex — his hammer, Mjölnir. → Read More

Don't pick up the call! 5 other terrifying telephone movies like 'The Black Phone'

The Black Phone, the new horror movie starring Ethan Hawke, opens in theaters on Friday. Set in the 1970s, The Black Phone follows a young boy named Finney Shaw (Mason Thames) after he’s abducted by a notorious child-killer known as The Grabber (Hawke). → Read More

Ian Malcolm, Seth Brundle, and more: Jeff Goldblum's 5 best genre roles

Jurassic World Dominion brought back the original Jurassic Park stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum back for one more brush with extinction, and while it was a thrill to see our old favorites reunited and back in action again, the movie also made good on a shortcoming of the previous film, Fallen Kingdom. While Goldblum’s Dr. → Read More

The 8 best shark attack movies, ranked

Shark attacks are, statistically, incredibly rare. In the United States, your odds of being bitten by a shark are something like 1 in 11 million. The drive to the beach is unquestionably more dangerous. And yet… it’s hard to go into the water and not worry, in some primal recess of your mind, that there could be a fin headed straight for you. Movies probably have a lot to do with this, as the… → Read More

'Lightyear' director on Chris Evans' infamous tweet and where it fits in 'Toy Story' canon

Shortly after the announcement of Lightyear, Pixar’s new movie about the Space Ranger from the Toy Story franchise, star Chris Evans took to Twitter in an attempt to clarify something. → Read More

Remembering that time E.T. served in Star Wars' Galactic Senate

E.T. first appeared in theaters 40 years ago this month, but never forget that the Extra-Terrestrial made another appearance a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. E.T. — or more accurately, members of his species — made a cameo appearance in Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace. → Read More

The 5 coolest dinosaurs in the 'Jurassic Park' and 'Jurassic World' movies

Dinosaurs don’t need to be inside Dennis Nedry’s special refrigerated can of shaving cream to be cool. They simply are cool. Three Jurassic Park films and three Jurassic World movies, have proved this fact. There are dozens of dinos across the franchise and all of them are, on some level, extremely cool. → Read More

E.T. and 9 other great friendly aliens who really do come in peace

In science-fiction, aliens don’t typically “come in peace.” Instead, they tend to be invaders or monsters — think War of the Worlds, Independence Day, Alien, or countless other examples of threats from Mars or beyond. However, there are some pop culture aliens who mean well, the most famous of which is undoubtedly E.T. → Read More

Colton Haynes says his ‘Arrow’ role got smaller because he ‘couldn’t stand’ one of his castmates

There’s a new secret identity for Arrow fans to try to uncover. In a new memoir, Colton Haynes, who played Roy Harper/Arsenal for all eight seasons of the flagship CW superhero series, revealed that part of the reason he drastically scaled back his role in the final season was because he “couldn’t stand” working with one of his castmates. Which co-star he butted heads with is a mystery. → Read More

Ranking every Zack Snyder movie: 'Dawn of the Dead,' 'The Snyder Cut,' '300,' 'Sucker Punch' & more

Whether you love or hate Zack Snyder — and for the record, we lean towards “love” with some healthy reservations — it’s impossible to deny that the man is distinctive. When you watch a movie Snyder directed, you instantly know that he was the visionary behind it. → Read More

Stranger Things Villain Vecna Has a Deep Dungeons & Dragons History

Here's everything you need to know about Vecna, a classic Dungeons & Dragons monster, before watching Stranger Things season 4 → Read More

Let’s Talk About That 'Stranger Things 4: Part One' Ending

A closer look at the midseason finale, what it reveals about the season’s big bad, and what it could mean for Stranger Things 4: Part Two. → Read More

Gorr the God Butcher Is Marvel's Latest Villain in 'Thor: Love and Thunder'

Who is Gorr and why does he hate gods so much? Played by Christian Bale, the character debuted in Marvel Comics just a few years ago. → Read More

'Critical Role' team teases fans only think they know how 'Exandria Unlimited: Calamity' will end

Part of the fun of Dungeons & Dragons is that nobody — not even the Dungeon Master — knows exactly how things are going to end. That’s part of the magic that comes with improvisation and dice rolls. But, everybody has some idea of how the latest miniseries from Critical Role, Exandria Unlimited: Calamity, is going to end: With a calamity. → Read More

Wildest cameo in 'Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers' finally gives 'Ugly Sonic' his time to shine

Like Who Framed Roger Rabbit? before it, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers blends live-action and cartoons alike, and there are a ton of cameos from famous animated characters. But, despite being a Disney movie that’s now airing on Disney+, not all the cameos are just of Disney characters. Turns out the most shocking — and talked about — cameo is unexpected even by that measure. → Read More

Alex Garland says 'Men' is an 'inverted' horror movie inspired by 'Attack on Titan'

While writer-director Alex Garland’s two previous movies, Ex Machina and Annihilation, could perhaps be best described as extremely cerebral sci-fi, his new project, Men, is much more of a horror film. → Read More

Lightsaber colors, ranked

First, there were only two lightsaber colors. Heroic Jedi used blue blades while those on the Dark Side used red. Then, after Luke Skywalker lost his lightsaber in The Empire Strikes Back, he forged a new, verdant green lightsaber in Return of the Jedi. And, 20 years ago today, Attack of the Clones introduced another lightsaber color when Mace Windu unveiled his purple weapon. → Read More

'Firestarter' screenwriter on making a very intimate (but fiery) Stephen King adaptation

The threat of being burned alive is, of course, scary. But, of course, that’s not enough for Stephen King. His 1980 book Firestarter — adapted into a 1984 film and again in a new movie out in theaters and on Peacock next week — is about a young girl who has pyrokinetic powers. → Read More

What 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' Can Tell Us About the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Here’s a brief guide to the MCU multiverse, and where it stands to go next. → Read More

Every 'Avengers' movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, ranked

It’s been 10 years since the Avengers first assembled, and since then, it seems like the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been assembling all the time. → Read More