With its utter refusal to even approach traditional Batman canon, Gotham has always been entertainingly bizarre. But season four was a cavalcade of craziness that would even give the Joker pause—or Jokers, rather. If you don’t watch this delightfully bonkers show, here’s all the madness you missed.
If you’ve already seen Deadpool 2, then some congratulations are in order. Congratulations! Now get in here where it’s safe to talk about the damned film safely before the hordes of anti-spoiler purists catch your scent on the wind and hunt you down.
Ten years. Some really bad decisions by Ryan Reynolds. Two movies. And several low-level X-Men. Is that enough for Deadpool to pat himself on the back as if he’d, say, spent the last 10 decades pumping out movies like Marvel? You bet it is.
The end credits scene of Deadpool 2 is one of the most memorable in superhero history. And, don’t worry, we aren’t going to spoil it. But the film’s writers recently spoke about two other scenes they imagined for the credits that didn’t make it into the film—and they’re just as outrageous, if not more so.
Just as showrunner Chris Carter had warned it would, Gillian Anderson’s exit from The X-Files after its 11th season has led to Fox confirming there are currently no plans to continue the series. But Anderson has weighed in with her own thoughts as to why The X-Files season 12 is a no go.
While it’s been fun to watch as Fox’s Gotham has tossed out the traditional Batman origin story in favor of a wilder, more generally batshit spin on Bruce Wayne’s early years, we all know that the show’s been building to this moment.
No one is safe from 20th Century Fox’s culling—well, except Tim Allen apparently. In addition to fan favorites like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Mick, the network has recently announced it’s canceling The Exorcist and Lucifer. So far, there’s no word on Gotham.
Part of what made the first Deadpool’s blockbuster success so amazing was that the film’s budget was surprisingly lean, leading to creative choices being born from the restriction of, well, not having as much cash to throw around. If there’s ever to be a third Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds wants that sort of restriction…
Deadpool 2 may not be in theaters for another few weeks, but fans are already toasting their favorite Merc with a Mouth at Sister Margaret’s School for Wayward Girls. Fox partnered with Mike’s Harder to open up a pop-up bar in Brooklyn in celebration of the upcoming film (with a sister bar in Los Angeles), and io9 was…
You know how annoying it is when people take out their phones in the movie theater while you’re just trying to enjoy seeing the Avengers fight Thanos or whatever? Well, Fox wants to make that a feature with a new film based on the Choose Your Own Adventure books. There is an app involved.
The latest and final trailer for Deadpool 2 added a new member to the X-Force: Peter. He doesn’t have any powers, he just responded to the ad. And, as it turns out, he’s also got a dad-tastic Twitter presence.
The last trailer for Deadpool 2 namedropped the infamous black ops X-Team, X-Force. Now, we get to meet the actual members of the team as Wade Wilson goes on a mission against his longtime time-hopping frenemy.
Ever since Gotham introduced Jerome Valeska in season one, a character that over the course of the show acted increasingly like the future Joker and dressed like the future Joker and laughed like the future Joker and also had his face cut off and stapled back on like the Joker of the comics, fans have wondered if he…
Deadpool may be a master of breaking the fourth wall, but not even he can get around some muddled rights issues. At least, according to one Marvel artist.
We know this sounds like a random Mad Lib, but trust us on this.
Do you think Ryan Reynolds actually sits down in costume for every Deadpool 2 ad spot that isn’t just footage from the actual movie, or is it just some guy in a suit with Reynolds’ voice dubbed over in post? Either way, whoever this pink Deadpool is, he’s got a very special proposal he’d like to share with the world.
After a few years away, Marvel Comics triumphantly announced that the complete and original Fantastic Four team—Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Ben Grimm, and Johnny Storm—would be reunited in their own ongoing comic series. Confused about how Marvel’s First Family actually went away in the first place? Here’s what you need…
Fox just released the first trailer for its adaptation of Alexandra Bracken’s scifi young adult series, The Darkest Minds. If you didn’t realize it was based on Bracken’s novels and took away the title, at first glance it’d honestly make for a pretty interesting looking member of the studio’s swathe of X-Men films.
The release dates of two upcoming X-Men movies, Dark Phoenix and New Mutants, were both just pushed into 2019. Why did 20th Century Fox delay, or in the case of New Mutants, delay again, the continuation of its precious X-Men franchise? Well, Collider is reporting that in both cases, test screenings are the culprit,…
After a video devoted solely to the introduction of the gun-toting, time-traveling mutant Cable and a Bob Ross homage, the Merc with a Mouth finally takes center stage in his new trailer, which is, full disclosure, pretty fantastic. It’s chock full of Deadpool’s trademark violence and nonsense, a couple of excellent…