Rick and Morty May Be “Even Better” Post-Roiland Says Producer

Rick and Morty.

Rick and Morty Season 7 will be the first without Justin Roiland, and following significant changes happening behind the scenes, a producer connected to the Adult Swim comedy has indicated the next leg of the show may be “even better” than that which came before.  Speaking to the Los Angeles Times (thanks to a story from ComicBook), executive producer … Read more

A Classic Doctor Who Serial From 1967 Is Restored In Colour

Doctor Who: The Underwater Menace.

A classic Doctor Who serial from 1967, The Underwater Menace, is set to be restored with colour animation and original audio recordings, courtesy of a story from The Radio Times. Into the 1970s, the BBC had no official policy for archiving programme content, and as such, many stories within Doctor Who’s classic era (including two of the four episodes … Read more

Timothy Olyphant Reflects On His “Intense” Scream 2 Gig

Mickey Altieri - Scream 2.

Scream 2 is perhaps the best film in the series, while the Nancy Loomis reveal is still one of the best plot twists in movie history. Timothy Olyphant, who played an instrumental role in the film’s climactic ending as Mickey Altieri, reflected on the “overwhelming” experience of working on the sequel. With a career spanning … Read more

The Fast Trilogy Theory: “One Movie At A Time” Says Director

Fast X.

Louis Leterrier, the director behind Fast X, has clarified comments made by Vin Diesel concerning a potential “trilogy” to close out the racing franchise. Fast X Part 1 premiered in May, and while it was conceived as the first of two films to finalise the franchise, Diesel suggested at the film’s premiere in Rome that we could expect … Read more

The Fantastic Four ‘Wolverine’ Scene Deleted For Good Reason

Fantastic Four - Reed Richards.

It’s sometimes hard to imagine the film landscape for superheroes before the rampant saturation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008. Sometimes, it’s good to go back to the days before the MCU and remind ourselves of what made the superhero genre so good, particularly during the turn of the millennium.  There are, of course, … Read more

Disney’s ‘Quality Over Quantity’ Plan After Box Office Flops

Ant-Man's New Book.

Disney has outlined a ‘quality over quantity’ method for the future – following a recent string of box office disappointments. Disney are looking to reduce the number of releases and budgets where they can following the recent Q3 Earnings Call. In a statement from Bob Iger, the CEO of The Walt Disney Company, the company were … Read more

Doctor Who’s Genesis: The Myth vs. Reality

Daleks and The Doctor.

A significant fact of Doctor Who history could actually be, after almost sixty years, a myth. Paul Hayes, author and broadcaster, who’d previously penned The Long Game in 2021, a book that chronicled Doctor Who’s absence and eventual revival between 1996 and 2003, has written another, Pull To Open, a story that documents the show’s development between 1962 to … Read more

Sony Are “Definitely Looking” Into Making Uncharted Sequel

Nate and Santiago Moncada.

The potential for a sequel to the Uncharted adaptation seems increasingly likely after Charles Roven, a Sony Pictures producer, suggested the studio had plans for more films. In a conversation with The Hollywood Reporter (per a report from GamesRadar), Roven confirmed interest in making Uncharted 2 and was optimistic about expanding the adaptation into a franchise. “Oh yeah!” said Roven. “We had … Read more