Peter Allen Fields, the television screenwriter who helped bring some of the most iconic and dramatic chapters of The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine to life, has passed away.
It’s hard to imagine that a franchise with such an important history as Doctor Who doesn’t have a complete archive of its journeys across time and space. But that’s been the case for Who since the ‘70s, and the impact of a controversial BBC program that impacted many shows of the ‘50s and ‘60s is still felt today.
Everypony must bend to the sands of time. Even Twilight Sparkle.
With his son. And teaming up with Ultimate Spider-Man artist and Miles Morales co-creator Sara Pichelli to do so.
Cary Elwes joins the Black Christmas remake. Brace yourselves, a seventh Paranormal Activity is on the way. The Rain will return for one final season. Plus, what’s to come on Swamp Thing and Krypton, Daisy Ridley goes fantasy-horror, and Chucky claims his latest Toy Story victim. Spoilers away!
Fans hoping to learn more about Supreme Leader Snoke before that minor incident of him getting sliced in half by a lightsaber in The Last Jedi, rejoice! But not that much.
Not gonna lie: I can’t say I’m all that excited for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the new game from the people behind Pokémon Go that is basically Pokémon Go but with British wizards. But this launch trailer for the game really, really has me hankering for a modern Potter movie with this sort of premise.
Kevin Feige really wants that Avatar record.
Peter Parker inducts Mysterio into the Avengers in new Spider-Man: Far From Home footage. Get your first look at Titans’ Superboy. Noah Centineo talks the responsibility of becoming He-Man. Plus, new clips from Child’s Play and Annabelle Comes Home, and filming begins on the next chapter of the Game of Thrones…
How dare you, Hollywood Reporter and Morning Consult. How. Dare. You.
“It’s for the children...I’m a role model,” Jean-Luc Picard awkwardly jokes when a Starfleet Admiral hailing the Enterprise notices the rainbow-colored “Captain Picard Day” banner in the background of their communique in “The Pegasus.” Twenty-four years after he first said it, it’s not just the kids aboard the …
Star Trek: Discovery is already charting itself a bold new course going into season three. Picard is on the way. And that’s before we get to the animated shows and the seemingly zillions of other Star Trek projects in the works. In an age with more Trek than ever before, how does its architect plan on avoiding…
When you announce a new Star Wars novel about a ragtag team of hypercompetent pilots, it’s hard not to immediately draw connections to Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allston’s work on some of the best Star Wars books of all time: the X-Wing series. Alphabet Squadron, this Disney-canon successor to the throne, is the…
Rumors swirl about potential Shang-Chi casting. Ray Fisher doesn’t think he’s done as the DC movieverse’s Cyborg just yet. Get a look at what’s to come on The Handmaid’s Tale. Plus, new details on Pennyworth, and wild rumors about a new Justice League movie. Spoilers, assemble!
Looking forward to basically every show in the DC-CWniverse except Legends of Tomorrow (although, why would you not look forward to Legends, you monster)? Then clear your October schedule, because you’re going to be very busy.
Not all number fours are created equal. Not even all of them are fantastic. But a certain digit sent Marvel fans into a tizzy this weekend, only for it to be all for naught. Or maybe that should be four naught?
Sporty, Scary, Posh, Baby, and Ginger—not just purveyors of pop perfection (or potential upcoming superheroic movie stars). Turns out, they’re valuable examples of leadership qualities... at least to the dysfunctional stars of Amazon’s adaptation of The Boys.
There won’t be a new Pixar short in front of Toy Story 4. Peter Parker suits up a whole bunch in new Far From Home footage. Child’s Play’s weirdly hostile poster campaign reaches its inevitable conclusion. Jessica Parker Kennedy discusses the odds of her Flash return. Plus, what’s to come on Fear the Walking Dead.…
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly gathering of all the action figures tempting our wallets on the internet lately. This week: a very tall dinosaur, D23 shows off an exclusive Woody, and Terminator: Dark Fate is already kicking off its merch cycle with a very badass Sarah Connor. Check it out!
Thief. Smuggler. Racer. Hero of the Alliance. Father. Martyr. Han Solo is a lot of things across his Star Wars story, and this latest entry in the Galaxy of Adventures animated series captures it all pretty dang well.