Ray Bradbury’s classic work of dystopian fiction eerily predicted some of the reality we now live in, but it didn’t anticipate everything. A new movie pulls Fahrenheit 451 into a new future extrapolated from where we are in 2018, while trying to hold on to the novel’s thematic pillars—a job it can’t quite handle…
DC Comics has won lots of acclaim for how it’s wildly reimagined iconic Hanna-Barbera characters over the last few years, including crossovers like Batman/Elmer Fudd or Green Lantern/Space Ghost. One upcoming team-up will pair heroes from the decade of bell-bottom pants, but don’t dare think that Black Lightning/Hong…
If all you know about Stephen Hawking is that he was on The Simpsons and other TV shows, then a new graphic novel coming next year will be the perfect way to improve what you know about one of history’s greatest theoretical physicists.
It’s Ethan Hunt vs. Clark Kent in the new trailer for Mission: Impossible—Fallout.
Articles have been popping up all morning saying that a Lando Calrissian movie was set to be the next spotlight film in the works from Lucasfilm. But, sadly, that’s not true yet.
It’s a heartwarming moment when Harrison Ford surprises Alden Ehrenreich during a press junket interview. But it’s a bloodcurdling experience watching the older man’s young face slapped onto the younger man’s present-day body. Watch this fan edit of the Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer and see for yourself.
My seven-year-old daughter has gotten into some straight-up terrible TV shows of late. While I’m glad one of them is a magical-girl show like Sailor Moon, which organically extends her genre palette, it’s absolutely awful. I long for simpler times—times when I’d watch Peppa Pig with her.
Margot Kidder, the woman whose performance perfectly captured the essence of The Daily Planet’s most fearless reporter, passed away on Sunday at her home in Montana.
The man who directed Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Iron Man 3 has acknowledged that he’s living a weird dream: Having played the smaller role of Hawkins in the original Predator, Shane Black is now the guy behind the franchise’s return to the big screen.
The next iconic DC Comics storyline to be adapted into animated form is The Death of Superman, and today we’ve got a first look at what to expect.
The Expanse will need to find a new home, because Syfy has chosen to end its relationship with what’s widely regarded as one of the best science-fiction shows on television.
The apocalypse in Netflix’s new eco-disaster series The Rain happens with frightening speed. One minute, high schooler Simone is joshing with her friends and flirting with a boy. The next, her family’s racing down the highway in their car and then leaving it behind to run through the woods on foot. And when the clouds…
Piper and Frances, the two sisters at the core of Long Lost, are grown-ups figuring out how to make sense of adult needs and responsibilities. When that process gets interrupted by a series of weird happenings that pull them back to their hometown, they find themselves learning disturbing things about their family…
For a handful of pages in Nick Drnaso’s new graphic novel, the title character of Sabrina is a real person. We see her eat, talk, and laugh with her sister. But after she’s brutally killed on camera, strangers on the internet pick apart her death like it’s a twisted sign of the times.
There hasn’t been a Legion of Super-Heroes comic in a very long time. At one point, the massively popular 31st Century super-team seemed like it’d be around forever. But, in 1989, the Five Years Later run radically re-invented the team in a way that fans hated.
In the alt-reality of Anon, everyone’s brain is hooked up to a massive shared network and authorities can see what you’re seeing whenever they want. There’s no real crime but no privacy either. If you try to keep your life to yourself, you’re a major threat to society.
Hulu’s upcoming horror series Castle Rock draws from the reservoir of Stephen King fiction, pulling together people, places, and powers that have shown up in various creations by the horror maestro. A new teaser for the show gives us a taste of how bleak it’s going to be when it starts on July 25.
Action Comics Special #1 looks like it’ll be featuring a scene where Lois, Clark, and members of the Justice League go to the annual fete where people tell mean jokes about Washington, DC insiders. Apparently, you can add super-timing to the list of Kal-El’s weird superpowers.
With the first season’s showrunners leaving and the exit of a major star, it’s been a tense time waiting for the resurrection of American Gods. But Neil Gaiman’s just given a new look at the Starz show, which will be coming back in 2019.
The stories inside horror anthology Flayed Corpse and Other Stories feature unseen terrors killing people in horrifying ways, and lifelong cape comics enemies farting in each other’s presence. It may gross you out at times, but the weird mix of humor, gore, and psychological exploration is also hard to walk away from.