There’s almost no story Doctor Who can’t tell. That the brilliance of a show with a time traveller who is a hundreds-year-old alien. But there is one story they have never done that Peter Capaldi would like to see.
Video: Peering at the world through a close-up macro lens reveals tiny details that normally go unnoticed. It can also make the smallest of things appear completely grandiose. Steel wool and a battery makes for an easy way to start a fire, but zoom in as it burns and it looks like the entire world has become engulfed in a raging firestorm.
Forest Whitaker is having a good late 2016. He’s soon to appear in one of the best films of the year, Arrival, and he’ll follow that by playing Saw Gerrera in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Now, in addition to that, he’s just been cast in Marvel’s Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler.
Video: I have to admit, I’m not really up on the Underworld series. I know the basic gist, vampires versus werewolves, but five movies in, I couldn’t tell you if that’s still the focus. It certainly seems like it is in the new trailer for the fifth film, Underworld: Blood Wars.
Video: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns October 14 on FOX8, and here’s our most detailed look yet at what to expect from season two. It’s gonna be jam-packed, between the Justice Society of America, Albert Einstein, Jonah Hex, zombies, samurai, ninjas, dinosaurs, Nazis and (CROSSOVER ALERT) every superhero on the CW.
With the Wonder Woman film gathering hype ahead of its 2017 release, and the current comic writer Greg Rucka confirming that the character has “obviously” had relationships with other women, there’s no better time for Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, a biopic of Wonder Woman creator Dr William Moulton Marston.
Lady Gaga fans have reportedly “tricked” their Amazon Echos into playing samples of Lady Gaga’s latest album Joanne, according to videos posted online. It’s unclear if the leak was a bug or a marketing gimmick. Either way, the trick no longer works.
Video: The trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter starts with Alice (Milla Jovovich) battling what looks like a dragon. Watching it, I thought, “Well, that’s pretty cool.” But that was just the beginning of a great trailer for the sixth and final film in the franchise.
For the past few seasons, Arrow‘s been a bit crazy, featuring supernatural threats, magical villains and crossover shenanigans. The fifth season, which premiered Thursday night, is being toted as a “back to basics” return to normalcy — except it also proved that bringing Arrow back to its roots doesn’t mean it can’t also engage in a bit of delightful comic book goofballery.
Have you ever wondered why Americans and Brits spell English differently? How are colour and colour the same word? Centre and center? What’s up with that? It’s all thanks to Noah Webster (yeah, the Webster of Merriam-Webster). When America gained independence, Webster wanted to simplify unreasonable spellings that were handed down from the British.