In a recent interview with Vulture, Stephen King mentioned that developing Dark Tower TV series, which will reportedly be a "complete reboot" from the movie.Read More
As we approach the release of The Dark Tower adaptation on August 4th, all signs point to trouble for the movie, which stars Idris "I love you too, Kaila" Elba as the Gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black.Read More
The new Dark Tower trailer has landed, and it ... looks a lot like the first one. Is this a good sign or a bad one?Read More
♫Sometimes you want to go, where everybody is a mage♫
Planning a birthday party or bachelorette night? These 10 taverns, pubs, bars, inns, and other watering holes from fantasy fiction can't be beat. Sure, the barkeep might not agree to charge your phone, and Uber drivers might be few and far between, but that's all part of the fun. Join us in celebrating these 10 fantasy establishments that have us saying ''they come in pints!''Read More
It is a truth universally acknowledged that when a trailer is packed too full and seems to reveal all of a movie's cool moments, the resulting film itself is not that great.Read More
Given Iron Fist's lackluster reviews, there's now some question about where the series or its characters should go after Defenders. So what about a Daughters of the Dragon spinoff, starring Colleen Wing and Misty Knight and based on their partnership in the comics?Read More
Matthew McConaughey explained what drew him to the role of The Man in Black rather than other superhero-movie roles he was offered.Read More
The film adaptation for Stephen King's Dark Tower series has been pushed back by a few months, but fans have nothing to worry about. The release date will reportedly move from February 17, 2017 to sometime during the summer as the production team takes the time to put finishing touches on visual effects.Read More
This upcoming documentary, Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, promises to be an incredible look into the life of one of humanity's greatest voices.Read More
Roland's ka-tet might be a little smaller than we thought.
The Dark Tower book series is, in many ways, a love letter from Stephen King to cinema, but it might also be the work of his that will be the most difficult to faithfully adapt for the screen.Read More
IDRISSSS. The actor was spotted in New York City filming shortly after photos were revealed of Matthew McConaughey as Randall Flagg (although I'm not the only one who noticed a slight Zoolander resemblance, am I?). Director Ron Howard tweeted the above image from the set.Read More
We adore Sammus around here. Like, hella adore. It's in and with that adoration that we share her opening keynote for OSCON, where she starts with a musical performance then breaks into an incredible talk about her own experiences with tech.Read More
Over Facebook earlier today, LEGO unveiled their own version of that first Rogue One: A Star Wars Story promotional image.Read More
Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey Officially Starring in The Dark Tower, Start Rehearsing Over Twitter
Thankee effin' sai.
We need speculate no longer—Idris Elba will officially be slinging some guns as Roland of Gilead. In other unbelievably perfect casting news, Matthew McConaughey is finally also confirmed to play The Man in Black.Read More
Hile, gunslingers! To me!
Since Idris Elba was announced as the favorite to play Roland Deschain in the upcoming film adaptation of The Dark Tower, fans have been split over the potential casting, with some feeling that having a man of color play The Gunslinger will drastically change the power dynamics between Roland and his traveling companions, and dilute the series' commentary on race relations in America.Read More
Come Come Commala!
I never thought I'd be ecstatic that Idris Elba got passed over for Bond, but The Gunslinger is so much cooler than Bond, my friends. He's Bond with less misogyny, more dedication to his cause, and a faster trigger finger. He's Gandalf, The Man With No Name, and Han Solo rolled into one. (Probably a little bit of Snape, too. The Dark Tower is bonkers, you guys.)Read More
Down here we're all problematic.
I loved the first season of True Detective, and I have a strong emotional attachment to It, so I was pretty pumped when I read that True D's Cary Fukunaga would be adapting the Stephen King classic.Read More
When you gonna call?
OK, but can Scarlett Johansson be in Jumanji this time?Read More
Okay, to be fair, the trailer isn't all terrible. There's a few seconds of Wonder Woman kicking ass. And... another few seconds of Wonder Woman kicking ass. Sorry, wait, there was more to the trailer?Read More