Eli Roth’s ‘Borderlands’ Movie Casts Cate Blanchett As Lilith

‘HBO Max:’ Three Must-Watch Titles on Every Studio’s Channel

Henry Cavill’s Superman In Talks to Return in Future DC Movies

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ State Of Play Arrives Today

‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ Launch Delayed Until January 2021

Physical Edition of ‘Tricky Towers’ Comes To Nintendo Switch Next Week

Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of ‘Pac-Man’ With a Retro Arcade Cabinet Signed by Toru Iwatani

‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ Attempts To Nerf RPGs, Actually Makes Them More Powerful

DEADBEAT RECOMMENDS: ‘The Nice Guys:’ Porn, Payoffs, and Punchlines Aplenty

COMIC REVIEW: ‘Atomic Victory Squad’ Gives Subtlety The Finger, Has A Blast Doing It

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Scoob!’ Proves Upgrades Aren’t Always Improvements

‘Alan Wake’ Is Heading To Xbox One And PC Game Pass Next Week

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Justice League Dark: Apokolips War’ is A Wildly Entertaining Series-Capper

DEADBEAT REVISITS: Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice: Bangs and Blasts With All The Bombast

How ‘My Hero Academia’ Made Its Second Season Its Best So Far

Could 10-year-Olds Be Creative Consultants? ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Director Taika Waititi Seems To Think So!

‘Tiger King’ and Chill: New Episode of Netflix’s Hit Docu-series is On Its Way

‘Rick and Morty’ Writer To Pen ‘Ant-Man 3’ Script

‘Artemis Fowl’ Premiering Exclusively on Disney+

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‘Rick And Morty’ Will Release New Episodes Next Month

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‘Rick and Morty’ Co-Creator Justin Roiland Releasing New Animated Series ‘Solar Opposites’

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‘Star Wars Episode 1: Racer’ Returning With A Nintendo Switch Release

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New ‘The Last Of Us 2’ Dynamic Theme Is Free Right Now

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Resident Evil-Inspired ‘Daymare: 1998’ Lurches Onto PS4 and Xbox One Soon

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‘Knives Out’ Sequel Officially In The Works

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Sam Raimi To Direct ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?’ It’s Possible

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Creepy Sci-fi Soulslike ‘Hellpoint’ Launches on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC Soon

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Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ To Premiere On Disney+ Sooner Than Expected

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Netflix Axes ‘Spinning Out’ After One Season

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New ‘Silent Hill’ Movie In Development, Original Director Returning

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Disney+ Loki Series Casts Owen Wilson In Mystery Role

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Eli Roth’s ‘Borderlands’ Movie Casts Cate Blanchett As Lilith

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Henry Cavill’s Superman In Talks to Return in Future DC Movies

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DEADBEAT REVISITS: Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice: Bangs and Blasts With All The Bombast

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In Defense Of: ‘Prometheus’

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Comedian Marc Maron Possibly Starring In Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ Film

J.J. Abrams Reveals How Carrie Fisher Will Return For ‘Star Wars Episode IX’

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How ‘My Hero Academia’ Made Its Second Season Its Best So Far

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‘The Legend of Korra’ Voice Actresses To Reprise Their Roles In Streamed Table Read

The ‘Tiger King’ Docuseries Has An Unexpected Connection to Michael Jackson

‘Rick And Morty’ Will Release New Episodes Next Month

‘Rick and Morty’ Co-Creator Justin Roiland Releasing New Animated Series ‘Solar Opposites’

Will The Concept of Celebrity Shift in the 2020s?

Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ To Premiere On Disney+ Sooner Than Expected

Netflix Axes ‘Spinning Out’ After One Season

TV FEATURE: ‘The Legend of Korra’ And The Art Of The Identity Crisis

Disney+ Loki Series Casts Owen Wilson In Mystery Role

The Future of Streaming is Ad-Supported

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Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ Will Stream on Disney+ A Year Early

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: ‘The Legend of Korra’ Voice Actress Janet Varney Talks Season 2 Of Hit Podcast ‘Voyage to the Stars’

TV RECAP/REVIEW: ‘His Dark Materials’ Season 1, Episode 2 Bogs Itself Down With Narrative Busywork

TV RECAP/ REVIEW: ‘His Dark Materials’ Season 1, Episode 1 Is A Solid, If Somewhat Immature, Series Opener

TV FEATURE: ‘Stranger Things’ and Why ’80s Nostalgia Feels So Good

TV REVIEW: Crisis Of Infinite Plot Lines: ‘Batwoman’ Can’t Streamline And Simplify Its Crowded Story

Original Voice Cast Confirmed For ‘Animaniacs’ Comeback

Netflix Wins Bidding War Over ‘Game of Thrones’ Shrowrunners

Henry Cavill Reveals How He Landed ‘The Witcher’ Role

‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel Spinoff Has Just Finished Filming

Disney Working On Two New Spinoffs For ‘Toy Story 4’

‘Swamp Thing’ Has Already Been Cancelled By DC

A Spongebob Squarepants Spinoff is Coming

Netflix and the Russo Brothers are Making A Magic: The Gathering Animated Series

Netflix Drops Debut Trailer For ‘The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance’

In Defense Of: ‘Game Of Thrones, Season 8’

HBO’s ‘Succession’ Adds Holly Hunter

Deadbeat Revisits: Matt Groening’s ‘Disenchantment’ Is Enlightened Comedy In Crisis

Season 15 of ‘Criminal Minds’ To Be Its Last

Amazon and ‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner Are Teaming Up

‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Cast and Crew On The Legacy and Impact of the Show

TV REVIEW: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Finale Concludes A Second Season Of Heaven And Hell

‘Better Call Saul’ Recap: Gus’s Decision

‘Better Call Saul’ Recap: Howard’s Cross To Bear

INTERVIEW: Patrick Fugit Talks ‘Outcast’ Season 2 And The Finer Points Of Playing Whac-A-Mole

FX Announces An ‘Always Sunny’ Mobile Game, Proves The World Isn’t All A Burning Hellscape

INTERVIEW: How Roku Changed The Game In Their First 10 Years, And What Might Come Next

The ‘Sopranos’ Movie Prequel Just Hired A Longtime Series Director

The New Trailer For ‘Better Call Saul’ Seems To Deepen The Divide Between Its Two Narratives

A ‘Roseanne’ Spinoff, Sans Roseanne, Is Officially Moving Forward For Some Reason

Austin Film Festival Announces Judges For This Year’s Fiction Podcast Competition

TV REVIEW: ‘Sharp Objects’ Is Poised To Be Your Next Great TV Obsession

ATX TV Fest: Everything We Learned About ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 4

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Comics


‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ Launch Delayed Until January 2021

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COMIC REVIEW: Charles Soule’s ‘Star Wars’ #1 Zeroes In On Luke’s Struggle

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Writer Alex Paknadel talks Valiant Entertainment’s momentous INCURSION

COMIC REVIEW: ‘Young Justice’ #1 Is A Welcome Palate Cleanser

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Unused ‘Alien 3’ Script Is Getting Its Own Comic Series

FLASH FEATURE: ‘Batman’ #50 Is Beautifully Predictable For Those Who Are Paying Attention

COMIC REVIEW: Justice League #1: Shock Value With Substance

COMIC REVIEW: Kryptonian Folly Is Bendis’s Sandbox In ‘The Man of Steel’ #1

New ‘West Coast Avengers’ Series Announced

Deadbeat Recommends: Tom King’s ‘The Vision’

Jim Starlin Returns For Newly Announced ‘Thanos: The Infinity Conflict’

DC To Relaunch Justice League This Summer

Telltale Games Made Two ‘Bone’ Video Games, And They’re Not Bad

Video Games


‘The Last Of Us Part II’ State Of Play Arrives Today

Physical Edition of ‘Tricky Towers’ Comes To Nintendo Switch Next Week

Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of ‘Pac-Man’ With a Retro Arcade Cabinet Signed by Toru Iwatani

‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ Attempts To Nerf RPGs, Actually Makes Them More Powerful

‘Alan Wake’ Is Heading To Xbox One And PC Game Pass Next Week

‘Star Wars Episode 1: Racer’ Returning With A Nintendo Switch Release

New ‘The Last Of Us 2’ Dynamic Theme Is Free Right Now

Resident Evil-Inspired ‘Daymare: 1998’ Lurches Onto PS4 and Xbox One Soon

Creepy Sci-fi Soulslike ‘Hellpoint’ Launches on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC Soon

‘Dawn Of Fear’ Looks Like A Love Letter To Old-School Survival Horror, Coming To PS4 Soon

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Praise The Fun — Why The ‘Soulslike’ Sub-Genre Was The Last Great Gameplay Revolution

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Set Phasers To Fun — Why ‘FTL: Faster Than Light’ Is Video Game Perfection

Free ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ Dynamic Theme Now Available on PS4

New ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics’ Trailer Spotlights Turn-Based Gameplay

New Horde Mode Update For ‘World War Z’ Is Now Live

‘Resident Evil 3’ Remake Finally Announced, Release Date Confirmed

Respawn Says A ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ Sequel Is On The Cards

VIDEO GAME REVIEW: ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ — The Force Is Strong With This One

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: ‘Pokemon Sword’ and ‘Pokemon Shield’ Challenge Players In Ways That Have Nothing To Do With Gameplay

‘The Outer Worlds’ Is Officially Coming To Switch Next Year

‘Death Stranding’ Reviews Round-Up

‘Diablo 4’ Officially Announced By Blizzard

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Silent Hill: Exploring The Symbolism Behind The Town’s Lesser-Known Monsters (Part 3)

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: ‘Control’ Sure Is Pretty, But It’s Also Pretty Boring And Tedious

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ Release Date Announced, Will Ship On Two Discs

‘Deadly Premonition 2’ Announced For Switch

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Guilty Pleasures: Why The Charm of Mid-Tier RPGs Are A Refreshing Change of Pace

‘Disney’s Aladdin’ and ‘The Lion King’ HD Remasters Coming To Switch, PS4 and Xbox One

First Gameplay Trailer For ‘Predator: Hunting Grounds’ Has Just Dropped

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Silent Hill: Exploring The Symbolism Behind The Town’s Lesser-Known Monsters (Part 2)

New ‘No Man’s Sky: Beyond’ Update Expands Multiplayer and Adds VR Support

VIDEO GAME FEATURE: Silent Hill: Exploring The Symbolism Behind The Town’s Lesser-Known Monsters (Part 1)

New ‘GreedFall’ Dev Diary Promises A Deep RPG Adventure

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Bowlcut Studios Developer Brett Pennings Talks Indie Games And His Arena Brawler, MageQuit

Original ‘DOOM’ Trilogy Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One and Mobile

Remedy’s Creative Director Wants To Make A Proper Sequel To ‘Alan Wake’

‘Death Stranding’ Box Art Revealed

New ‘Blair Witch’ Survival Horror Game Announced

George R.R. Martin And FromSoftware’s ‘Elden Ring’ RPG Has Reportedly Leaked

Pokemon Sword and Shield Get Official Release Date

‘Highlander’-esque ‘Unto The End’ Coming To Switch

Why Big Games Aren’t Always Great Games

‘Grandia’ And ‘Grandia II’ Getting The HD Remaster Treatment On Switch

‘Diablo III’ To Get Expanded Switch Re-Release

GAME REVIEW: ‘Frost’ — Cold Hands, Warm Heart

Dumb Little Questions: An Interview With The Creators Of ‘Dumb Little Creatures’

‘Super Mario Bros. 3’ Coming To Switch Via Its New Online Service

‘Deadly Premonition’ Director’s Upcoming Game ‘The Missing’ Just Dropped A New Teaser Site

Emuparadise Lost: Who Really Loses After The Fall

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Gets Brand New Trailer – And It’s Got Gameplay

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