Month: April 2021

This Invincible article contains spoilers. Hit superhero animated series Invincible closes out its first season with a clash of global proportions between Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) and his dad, Omni Man/Nolan Grayson (J.K. Simmons), who reveals that his home planet of Viltrum is actually a world-enslaving evil empire and he’s one of their conquerors, sent to
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This article contains Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse spoilers. You can find our spoiler-free review here. For the most faithful Tom Clancy fans, it’s probably not the ending they anticipated. Amazon’s adaptation of the author’s John Clark origin story, Without Remorse, ends not with a justification for Cold War paranoia but instead with a greater fear
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The author of The Martian returns and the far future gets messy in this month’s science fiction offerings. Here are some of the science fiction books we’re most looking forward to in May 2021… Top New Science Fiction Books in April 2021 Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir Type: NovelRelease date: May 4Publisher: Ballantine Books
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Set 6000 years the future, Robbie charts the existential reflections of an aging robot drifting alone through space on the last of his battery life. “Robbie” by Neil Harvey Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm Japanese subtitles provided by Yoshinori Okubo About DUST: DUST presents thought-provoking science fiction content, exploring the future
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Sky One sci-fi Intergalactic is part conspiracy thriller, part prison break drama, and all space romp. It’s set 150 years in the future, when all of Earth’s nations have united into a single authority known as the Commonworld, and a new element has enabled Earth’s people to escape ecological collapse and colonise other planets via
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Yasuke is a groundbreaking new anime that fuses fact and fiction. The six-episode original series streaming on Netflix now is the brainchild of comic artist and animation director LeSean Thomas (Cannon Busters, The Boondocks). The titular role in Yasuke is voiced by Oscar-nominated LaKeith Stanfield (Sorry To Bother You, Knives Out) who is also one
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Brilliant, twisted and seriously hard to kill, Hugo Strange is one of the oldest and oddest villains in Batman’s rogues gallery. In this DC All Access clip, we look back on the unique comic book history of this brainy baddie before he makes his live action debut in next week’s Gotham. DC All Access is
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After four years of the Wii U, we were eagerly anticipating its successor. While there were plenty of great games on the doomed platform, the Wii U just never caught fire with the public at large. But four years into the Switch’s lifespan, and Nintendo has turned things around dramatically. Instead of winding things down,
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As we inch closer to the 40th—yes, 40th—anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark, it’s natural to reflect on just how influential the Indiana Jones blockbuster has been to American filmmaking. One needs look no further than the Marvel Cinematic Universe to see how relevant Steven Spielberg‘s action-adventure story remains today, but, having just done
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Warning: spoilers for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 episode 3: The Crossing When Commander Lawrence and the other Sons of Jacob were designing the Handmaid system, they failed to take a few key things into account. “Part of the equation we overlooked,” Lawrence told June in season three. “Mental health – obviously. Maternal love –
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This article is presented by: Filming epic adventures is certainly nothing new to Josh Duhamel, having starred in four of the Transformers films and the Call of Duty: WWII video game. In between, he’s been a part of 35 films (including voicing Harvey Dent in the forthcoming animated film Batman: The Long Halloween Part One).
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Luca is the name of the next animated feature film from Disney’s Pixar Animation Studios, directed and conceived by animator and artist Enrico Casarosa. Working at Pixar since 2002 as a story artist in films like Cars, Up, Coco, and Ratatouille, Casarosa directed the 2012 short La Luna before making his feature directorial debut this
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Watch the DUST channel for our complete sci-fi library, feature films, and more: https://bit.ly/DUSTChannel Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gnTIbD DUST presents Paul Feig’s Other Space the greatest sci-fi comedy you’ve never seen. Watch the entire series here: https://watchdust.com/otherspace Or search for DUST on your Smart TV. Other Space is available to watch on these
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The Dark Universe, Universal’s would-be monster movie franchise, may have only fallen apart a scant four years ago with 2017’s The Mummy, but the mindset behind its conception now (amidst the post-pandemic, theater-averse dominance of streaming,) feels like a notion from a completely different age. That logic, of course, implied that lucrative, Marvel Cinematic Universe-like
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Daily Planet intern Clark Kent takes learning-on-the-job to new extremes when Lobo and Parasite set their sights on Metropolis in Superman: Man of Tomorrow, available later in summer 2020 on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray & DVD. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Superman: Man of Tomorrow is the 41st film in
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This Shadow and Bone articles contains major spoilers. The Grishaverse books series on which Netflix’s Shadow and Bone is based are wildly popular, which means many viewers heading into a binge-watch of the epic fantasy series already know some of the biggest plot twists coming their way. But not all viewers. It might not be
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