After months of tense waiting, Game of Thrones has finally returned for its sixth season. We’re about three — counting this one — seasons away from the show finale, so every episode is going to count. Hopefully!
Seven-plus years after Cloverfield brought back gigantic movie monsters in a really big and dizzying way, 10 Cloverfield Lane picks up the pieces and goes for a counter, but intuitive, minimal approach.
Eschewing the first movie’s found-footage style that induced a level of dizzy spells and motion sickness unseen since The Blair Witch Project, the blood-related sequel is the cinematic equivalent of a bottle episode with scenes of intense drama unfolding inside the confines of an underground doomsday shelter.
Batman and Superman go toe to toe in an epic match-up that Marvel couldn’t even dream of touching.
Superman — the all-American superhero who stands for truth, justice, and the American way. The adopted son from Krypton, raised in Kansas, working under the alias of Clark Kent for the fourth estate. So noble.
Aged actor most popular for playing superhero wearing an animal costume tries to resurrect career — or at least stay relevant — by going to Broadway.
Rebirth starts May 25, 2016 with a one-shot that will lead to a relaunch of all but two of DC’s current titles — Action Comics and Detective Comics will go back to their original numbers with the New52 issues added on for the count. The aftermath will result in a two-year event that’s “more of a greatest-hits situation that pulls from all eras of DC lore to build a cohesive storytelling universe (USA Today).”