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Don’t Worry, Ghostbusters: Afterlife Will Have Plenty of Comedy

When the first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife was released, there was no doubt that it would contain high levels of nostalgia. From the dialogue to the music and set dressing, it was plainly obvious this direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2 was going to satisfy fans who love all things Ghostbusters. Read More >>

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Was the Star Wars Galaxy Better Off After Return of the Jedi or The Rise of Skywalker?

As the final chapter in a trilogy of trilogies, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker puts a full stop on what fans have long known as the main story of Star Wars. It also offers a chance to look at the galaxy moving ahead and see how its conclusion compares to the previous ones. Read More >>

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Report: Disney’s Obi-Wan TV Show is on Hold, for Now

Obi-Wan Kenobi first fell on the Death Star. He may have just fallen again in a corporate boardroom. Read More >>

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Rosario Dawson Will Headline Her Very Own Comic Book Show

She’s voiced Wonder Woman and Batgirl, and appeared in Sin City, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders. And yet, despite that incredible comic book resumé, Rosario Dawson has never lead her own comic book project. Until now. Read More >>

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An Impressive Voice Cast Has Joined Patton Oswalt for Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K.

Marvel TV may be cutting through its live-action shows like adamantium through butter, but its animation division is just getting warmed up. Several shows remain in development and one just took a giant step forward. Or should we say giant brain forward? Read More >>

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Rise of the Resistance is as Much a Star Wars Story as it is a Theme Park Ride

There’s no doubt that stepping into Disney’s Galaxy’s Edge feels like you’re stepping into the Star Wars universe. But up until now, that’s been a mostly passive experience. Starting yesterday, it’s anything but. Read More >>

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No Number of Avengers Can Save the Boring, Unfunny Dolittle

Just when I thought Dolittle couldn’t get any less funny or idiotic, Robert Downey Jr. sticks his arms up a dragon’s arsehole. And I do mean that literally. Read More >>

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Colin Trevorrow’s Alleged Star Wars Episode IX Ending Features Some Familiar Themes

The worst thing about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker not being universally beloved is it makes people ask “What if?” What if other decisions had been made? Could the movie have been improved? These kinds of questions feel natural with this movie in particular because Colin Trevorrow, the original director and co-writer, left the project years before it was released. Read More >>

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Here’s Why Game of Thrones Spin-Off House of the Dragon Was Chosen Over the Others

Fans waiting for the first Game of Thrones spin-off show have lots more waiting to do. HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys said today that the House Targaryen prequel, House of the Dragon, probably won’t arrive until 2022. Bloys also explained why that story, and not the Jane Goldman-penned prequel starring Naomi Watts, was chosen to move to series. Read More >>

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Noah Hawley Says His Star Trek Will Respect the Series While Forging a ‘New Beginning’

“This is a new beginning” is what writer-director Noah Hawley said this week when asked about the upcoming fourth Star Trek film. Hawley came on after an earlier version of the film, to be directed by S.J. Clarkson and starring the returning Chris Hemsworth, stalled. But his “new direction” won’t necessarily bring back all of the current Trek cast. Read More >>

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How a Star Wars Fan Learned to Stop Worrying and Accept Not Liking Rise of Skywalker

For the past few weeks, I’ve been telling fans who love Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that I was happy for them. That’s only part of the truth. The full truth is: I’m happy they found enjoyment in the film, yes, but I’m also filled with jealousy. Because I, a lifelong Star Wars fan, absolutely did not like the movie and I really, really wish I had. Read More >>

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The Always Sunny Team Has Made Silicon Valley for the World of Video Games

What happens when the team behind It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia makes a show about behind-the-scenes drama on the (fake) biggest multiplayer video game in the world? Read More >>

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Gizmodo’s Guide to All the Movies You Should Give a Damn About in 2020

No Star Wars? No Avengers? No problem! After the massive movie year that was 2019, one might assume 2020 would be underwhelming. To that we say... James Bond. Ghostbusters. Christopher Nolan. Godzilla vs. King Kong. Wonder Woman. Edgar Wright. Bill and Ted. Dune. Need we go on? Read More >>

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What Are Your Media Consumption New Year’s Resolutions?

The most common New Year’s resolutions all relate to health. Get more exercise, change your diet, etc. In 2020 though, health is no longer improved just by going to the gym and eating better. Mental health, especially, can also be related to your media consumption. Read More >>