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I know, I know--we're not supposed to talk about Fight Club. But this "Superhero Fight Club" video is too adorable not to share, okay? Here's Melissa Benoist's Supergirl getting willingly "kidnapped" by the other DC heroes from Arrow and The Flash, then learning about their super-secret training grounds.
HBO's upcoming robot-centric drama Westworld premieres this Sunday night, but there's also a special advanced screening taking place tomorrow night in Boston, MA. Wanna go? Here are the deets!
Tinybuild and Dynamic Pixels' Hello Neighbor is a new stealth horror game that has you sneaking around your creepy neighbor's house to find out what he's hiding in his basement.
What’s better than Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman popping up alongside Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl in a recent clip released by the CW? Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman popping up alongside Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl with John Williams’ Superman score playing in the background, of course.
Whether or not you're excited for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, it's always fun to meet other Harry Potter fans, so that's as good a reason as any to get psyched for this upcoming international event organized by the Fantastic Beasts team. Show More Summary
Much to our collective disappointment, we never got an Indiana Jones animated show. But thanks to fans like Patrick Schoenmaker, we're able to fix our cravings when and where we can.
There’s a reason this brand was a 2015 honoree at the CES Innovation Awards … and it’s not just because there headphones look amazing. They also rock some premium sound.
After a long, Who-less dry spell, we'll finally be getting some new Doctor Who this December in the form of its annual Christmas special. This time, while the Doctor won't have his usual interim companion, there will be the appearance of a character from the previous Christmas special, as well as a special guest...who may or may not be a superhero we know.
Although Luke Cage has yet to make its way to Netflix, we're already seeing bits of news come out regarding the show's new characters.
Adventure Time is easily Cartoon Network’s most successful show, amassing a loyal fanbase over the last six years and making way for others like Steven Universe. But now, it looks like wacky escapades of Finn the Human and Jake the Dog will come to an end…in 2018.
Babymetal's meteoric rise to stardom continues, with their next project entering the world of animated entertainment.
OK, as far as hard numbers go, Iron Man made a pile of money (technical term), so any movie topping that amount did a good job financially—unless its budget was unimaginably high. Suicide Squad has now officially made more money than...Show More Summary
As a black woman, it isn’t often that I see my insecurities reflected in pop culture.
According to J.J. Abrams, we can likely expect to hear that Portal will be coming to the big screen, the first of Valve's promised movie offerings from way back in 2013.
When CGI is bad or overused, it usually still sticks out like a sore thumb, despite how good it's gotten in recent years. When it's used subtly to enhance an existing shot, the results can meld impressively seamlessly with reality, as is the case with a lot of the CGI work on Captain America: Civil War, as put on display in this visual effects reel from Cinesite visual effects.
Anti-choice laws in Poland have gotten so severe that Polish women have been joining together in protest and are taking to the streets against a proposed strengthening of those already strict laws.
Mindy Kaling has just written a screenplay about the male-dominated world of late-night TV talk shows, and Emma Thompson has been tapped to star.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming crew moved production to NYC recently, so there are a generous amount of images of Tom Holland sitting on fire escapes, possibly meeting Tony Stark, and wearing this tourist-friendly outfit.
The Anti-Defamation League has just added the "Pepe the Frog" meme into their database of hate symbols, because racists manage to ruin everything.
It's safe to say that, for a lot of gamers, No Man's Sky didn't live up to expectations. Not only did its creatures underwhelm from the Jurassic Park-like experience depicted in trailers, but very real features mentioned on the game's Steam page and in interviews leading up to release just aren't there. Show More Summary