Adam Driver discusses the tonal shift of Episode VIII. A live-action Marvel star will be showing up in one of the animated series soon. Plus, new footage from the final season of The Vampire Diaries, and tons of new pictures from Gotham and Assassin’s Creed. To me, my spoilers!
Thor and Loki are in a peculiar locale in new Thor: Ragnarok set footage. The Flash casts a former Teen Titan-turned-villain. Charlie Cox talks about Daredevil’s journey in Defenders. Plus, new pictures from Luke Cage and Red Dwarf, and even more American Horror Story teasers. To me, my Spoilers!
See a Mad Max: Fury Road featurette, and discover who’s shooting Star Wars: Episode VIII. Red Dwarf is officially back! Vince Gilligan won’t return for the X-Files revival. The Flash teases even more Grodd action. Plus, what’s to come on Vampire Diaries, Agents of SHIELD and Gotham. Spoilers Get!
According Danny John-Jules, planning for another season of Red Dwarf continues apace. "All I can say is that Doug Naylor is slaving away writing scripts and we've got lunch next week. That's as far as I can tell you!" [Digital Spy]
Science fiction and fantasy television has produced plenty of bizarre or terrible episodes. But sometimes, an episode isn't just bad, it's world-breaking — because it introduces plot holes or character traits that would kill a show. Here are 10 episodes that everybody had to pretend just didn't happen. (Two of which…
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige puts to rest casting rumors for Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy and also hints at the new Marvel characters getting movies. And there are new images from Sleepy Hollow, Being Human, and American Horror Story. Spoilers now!
There's a reason so many science fiction and fantasy shows feature trials. Legal battles can be used as an allegory, or a way to expose important issues. But sometimes, these stories just go off the deep end. Here are the most ridiculous trials from science fiction and fantasy television.
Pranks can do more than provide a little comic relief. They can teach important lessons. Like, "Don't take yourself too seriously." Or "Here's a taste of your own medicine." Or "I'm a dick." Here are pranks from science fiction and fantasy, some of which say something of value and some of the "I'm a dick" variety.
Robert Llewellyn is a legend to science fiction fans. For several years, he's played the android Kryten in Red Dwarf — putting him up there with Brent Spiner and John Leeson as one of the longest running A.I. performances on television. And now, he's starring in a new webseries called Fully Charged, which looks at…
While it's certainly considered science fiction, I doubt very many people would posit the British comedy Red Dwarf as the most thoroughly researched look at the future of spaceships and interstellar travel. In fact, I was pretty sure creators Rob Grant and Doug Naylor just made shit up as they went along. But in…
The Robocop reboot adds another awesome actor to the mix. Charlie Day reveals Guillermo del Toro's larger-than-life approach to Pacific Rim. Jurassic Park 4 is seriously happening, according to the producer. Plus new videos and photos from the sets of Iron Man 3, Once Upon a Time, and Supernatural!
You've seen Kill Bill's five-finger death punch, and watched Spock perform the Vulcan nerve grip a million times. Are these techniques merely fiction — or could someone mysteriously subdue an attacker with a single skilled blow?
Joss Whedon explains his Avengers directing style, while Marc Webb explains why practical effects were crucial to his vision of Spider-Man. The Wolverine gets a rewrite, plus new set photos for Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Rises!
Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish give a promising update on their Ant-Man script, but the character definitely has no part in The Avengers. Tons of revealing new images for Doctor Who, and the Fringe cast prepares for an epic return.
If you're trying to get actual images of exoplanets, it helps to look at M-dwarfs, particularly young ones.
The recent exoplanet spotting by NASA's Kepler probe revealed there might be more than a million Earth-like planets in our galaxy. Now a new estimate says as many as 1 out of every 37 sun-like stars has an Earth-like world.
Actors Craig Charles (Lister) and Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) have confirmed that Red Dwarf will be returning for a new, six-part series.
The total number of stars in the Universe "is likely three times bigger than realized." Yale University astronomer Pieter van Dokkum says there are "possibly trillions of Earths orbiting these stars," dramatically increasing the possibility of finding alien civilizations.
Even if you're a massive science fiction fan, there are probably still some great shows you've yet to discover. But for massively long-running shows, where to begin? Here's our guide to how to start watching twenty classic science fiction shows.
Chuck returns tonight for its two hour third season premiere. As Chuck deals with his new and improved Intersect abilities, it's worth taking a look at other characters who received amazing brain upgrades... and some who weren't so lucky.