We know it’s the premise of Lost In Space that the Robinson family cannot catch a break but wow the Robinson family cannot catch a break!
It is not a good week for Finn/Poe fans. Yesterday, J.J. Abrams confirmed that a romance between the two would not be blossoming in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, to the on-record regret of John Boyega and Oscar Isaac. Today, the co-stars announced separately that they had no intention of reprising their roles in any sort of Disney+ spin-off.
The Siege of Gondor is one of the finest chapters in The Return of the King. Lush but taut, action-packed but psychologically precise, full of well-crafted tension and sentence-level heavy-lifting, it’s a master-class in the art of writing war.
So adapting it faithfully for the screen is no small feat. With so many moving parts, Peter Jackson had his work cut out for him when filming the battle for Minas Tirith. The different requirements of the medium mean that a lot of things end up getting changed or even lost in translation.
As promised, the first No Time To Die trailer is here, at last. And it looks like quite the finale to Daniel Craig’s tenure as Bond.
Look we all know Baby Yoda (or Yodaling, or Yodito, the kid goes by many names) is the Cutest Thing That Ever Happened.
But what if Baby Yoda eats the Former Cutest Thing That Ever Happened?
That’s right…what if your beloved Baby Yoda snarfed down some freshly grilled porg?
Our first peek at Black Widow is finally here! It feels like we’ve been waiting years for this. Oh wait, that’s because we have…
Like Maximum Ride, Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla, and the works (and life!) of Edgar Allan Poe, Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight now has a webseries adaptation. Produced in collaboration with Screen Australia, YouTube, and Google, the three-part mini-series covers protagonist Mia Corvere’s journey to the Red Church and released its first episode on Sunday.
At last, we have a release date for Doctor Who season 12! Set your alarms for 8 pm on New Year’s Day, which is when the Thirteenth Doctor returns to BBC America. The announcement came in the form of a brand-new trailer, which has a much zanier tone than the one that dropped a couple weeks ago.
Sad tidings on this Turkey Day Eve: Netflix has cancelled Mystery Science Theater 3000 after just two seasons. Host/test subject Jonah Ray made the announcement himself with a Twitter thread and a funny/devastating video, thanking colleagues, creator Joel Hodgson, and the MSTies who’ve kept the show alive.
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