It’s been over three months since the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and much of the discourse has not surrounded the film itself, but the sheer volume of information that has been released after the fact so audiences can understand aspects of the story that the movie poorly explained.
A new viral video appears to show a real life symbiote and Venom fans are freaking out over it, taking to social media to share their thoughts.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker writer Chris Terrio has revealed that the First Order deliberately targeted the children of the Rebel leaders.
Silent Hill has been dead for years, killed off as a result of developer Konami deciding to switch focus from video games to gambling. But now that long-mouldering corpse is twitching, as the last few weeks have seen many rumors that the venerable horror franchise is making a comeback. We’ve heard that Hideo Kojima’s cancelled Silent Hills project is back in development, that both Sony and Microsoft are interested in purchasing the IP and that there’s a new movie in the works.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new Jedi Knights and Masters who’ll be introduced in the Star Wars: The High Republic initiative.
Marvel Studios are reportedly eying a Black Lightning star to join the MCU as fan-favorite Spider-Man Miles Morales in the future.
The logic behind the Fast and Furious franchise has never really made a great deal of sense, but that’s actually a huge part of the appeal behind the long-running series. Audiences turn up, turn off their brains and know exactly what to expect when it comes to the adventures of Dominic Toretto and his extended dysfunctional family.
he Skywalker saga may be done and dusted, but it seems that the films still have some secrets to spill. One little-noticed detail was revealed today in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith that’s put a smile on the faces of fans. It comes during the moment General Grievous faces off against Obi-Wan. At the start of this scene comes the memorable moment where Grievous unsheathes his four sabers. As he does so, two battle droids out of focus at the rear of the shot have a great little reaction.
If there’s one thing The Walking Dead has proved lately, it’s that a character having met their final end is no barrier to them returning to the franchise, and not just as a member of the shambling undead. David Morrissey, who memorably portrayed the Governor in seasons 3 and 4, has expressed interest in returning to the franchise as a part of the movies planned to take place within the show’s world.
It seems that practically every day more information is being released about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that was not imparted by the movie’s narrative. For once though, the latest revelation is not a clarification of an ill-explained plot point, but the explanation of one altered in production.