Sean Bean is known for many things, thanks to his long career in film and TV—but mostly from that, he’s known for his characters often getting bumped off in dramatic fashion. So much, in fact, that the next Hitman game has hired him to be Agent 47's next big target, in a very silly manner.
A surprising star joins the Cats movie. John Carpenter hopes for a They Live sequel. Pennyworth finds a few more of Alfred’s security team. Gotham might have dropped a sneaky hint at its take on Bane. Plus, new footage from Aquaman, and The Flash teases a grim fate for one member of the team. Spoilers now!
Next week, the excellent Spider-Man game for PS4 is getting its first piece of downloadable content. It’s a new mission that brings Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat herself, back into Peter Parker’s Spandex-clad life. But it’s bringing with it even more costumes, if you can believe it, including a pair right out of the…
The second episode of the new season of Doctor Who finally, finally reunited the Doctor with her TARDIS, and for the first time, we got to see its latest desktop wallpaper. Now, we can get really up close and admire all the little details in Doctor Who’s latest TARDIS interior.
Remember how Legends of Tomorrow is the greatest TV show around?
Barry Allen, the Emerald Archer!? Oliver Queen, the Fastest Man Alive!? Everything this image sends to my brain is alarming and confusing in the most delightful manner possible.
Arrow rarely feels like it can offer something refreshing these days. After all, some of the show’s biggest problems lately have come from it regurgitating similar arcs and never letting its characters really grow. But last night’s season seven premiere might have finally done it. Although. in true Arrow style, it’s…
Warner Bros. is going all in on another cinematic universe. Simon Kinberg talks up the Gambit movie. Elisabeth Olsen promises more doom and gloom for Wanda and the Vision in Avengers 4. Plus, new details on what’s coming on Doctor Who, Sonequa Martin-Green on Discovery’s Spock, and what’s to come on Arrow. Spoilers,…
If the Netflix Marvel universe loves one thing, it’s having defeated villains come back to haunt our heroes. And by the looks of a few moments in this tantalizing behind-the-scenes look at Daredevil’s return, it seems the show is taking a page out of Jessica Jones’ playbook.
The DC movies took so long to even merely hint at giving Superman his infamous black suit from the comics that now the TV side of things is just rolling full steam ahead with it.
Much of Steven Moffat’s era of Doctor Who was dedicated to solving the mystery of the Doctor—why the name, where’s Gallifrey—and putting answers to that central conceit of who the Doctor is, and what they stand for. Jodie Whittaker’s first trip to an alien world gave us some of that mystery back, for the show and for…
Remember that fever dream where the producers of Gotham announced they were making a TV show for Epix about Batman’s butler, but not Gotham’s bonkers child-hitting version of him? Well, turns out that was certainly feverish but not a dream: because the show just found its Alfred.
Another day, another James Bond Daniel Craig replacement rumor. The Russo Brothers confirm that Avengers 4 has wrapped. The Harley Quinn animated series adds an iZombie star. Plus, Discovery teases more old school Trek aliens, behind the scenes on Men in Black, and Gotham hints at a growth spurt for Penguin. Spoilers!
Welcome to what, I presume, is your first spoiler-laden open thread for the latest episode of Doctor Who. Don’t touch anything, except for the comments!
After all, it’s still the grim dark future of the 41st millennium. It’s still going to be very miserable either way.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly round-up of the coolest toys we’ve seen draining our wallets for a perpetually growing list of preorders. This week: Bastion the robot gets turned into Lego! Hot Toys is making an Infinity War meme a very expensive reality! Groot gets a disturbingly detailed puppet! And more!
At New York Comic Con last weekend, Marvel Comics officially announced Shadow of Vader, a five-part Star Wars miniseries written by Star Wars: Aftermath book trilogy scribe Chuck Wendig. Except, the last two issues will no longer be penned by Wendig, as the author has just revealed Marvel has fired him.
This week, for the first time in its history, Star Trek Online got the chance to launch content related to a concurrent Trek TV series with Age of Discovery, a mini-update that brings gamers into the time of Discovery. This first slice does a grand job of capturing Discovery’s look and it’s tone—but it also slips up…
I have no idea what I just watched, but I am incredibly delighted nonetheless.
The Playmobil movie is real, and is developing a hell of a cast. More set pictures from The Mandalorian hint at its connections to the wider Star Wars timeline. Plus, what’s to come on Supergirl’s return, new pictures from The Kid Who Would Be King, more Black Lightning, and an Arrow villain is sticking around for a…