Harley Quinn trailer

Margot Robbie may have given the acrobatic anti-hero Harley Quinn new life in live-action, but before that, the character was best known for appearing in animated properties. While Harley’s very first animated show, Batman: The Animated Series, was appropriate for kids, her newest series is decidedly not. At San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, the

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Loki Comic-Con

While everyone was mostly focused on what movies Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe would entail, we didn’t think there would be so much announced for the streaming side of the MCU over at Disney+. But Tom Hiddleston came out to the Hall H stage at Comic-con and shared some little tidbits about what

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Snowpiercer TV series trailer

Like the post-apocalyptic train on which its story is set, Snowpiercer has experienced a bit of a bumpy ride on its way to the small screen. Development on a television adaptation of Bong Joon-ho‘s 2014 sci-fi film – which itself was an adaptation of the 1982 French graphic novel Le Transperceneige – first began back in 2015, but

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star trek picard poster

It’s a very interesting time to be a Star Trek fan. In addition to Star Trek: Discovery exploring brave new worlds on CBS All Access, several other series are in the works. For longtime fans, the upcoming Star Trek: Picard will offer a check-in with Patrick Stewart’s beloved Starfleet commander decades after the events of

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Westworld season 3 riot control

HBO’s Westworld Comic-Con panel left us with more questions than answers, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. The title for Westworld III was revealed and we learned some new information about the new character being played by Aaron Paul. The panel was moderated by futurist Amy Webb and included series stars Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel

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Star Trek Picard trailer

William Shatner may be the first Starfleet captain who comes to mind for the general public when Star Trek is mentioned, but for many fans, it’s Sir Patrick Stewart and his character Jean-Luc Picard who beams into their brains when Trek comes up in conversation. Now, nearly two decades after his appearance in 2002’s Star

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