We’re now less than a month away from Game of Thrones’ final season. Is your binge-watch catch up on track, or running a bit awry? Either way, let us help with our season-by-season breakdown of what you actually need to remember before it all goes to hell in season eight.
The final season of Game of Thrones is getting closer and closer, like it’s the ceaseless march of thousands of ice zombies coming to kill most of Westeros. Trying to catch up before it all comes to an end from April 14? io9's here to help with our handy-dandy season-by-season recap!
Kingdom Hearts is one of my great nerdy loves. Naturally, the wait for Kingdom Hearts 3 was painful. I knew coming back to the series after a decade away was going to be tough, that it could never measure up to the nostalgic hype that had built up in my heart. I didn’t expect it to make me angry.
Yes, George R.R. Martin is still working on The Winds of Winter. Yes, that means A Dream of Spring will come eventually. But before that happens, we’re getting the eighth and final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones. What will this spoil for fans of the A Song of Ice and Fire series? Hopefully: not everything.
He ain’t afraid of no arrows. Ghostbusters star Ernie Hudson has signed onto a special guest role on an upcoming episode of the CW’s Arrow.
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We’re inching closer to the final season of Game of Thrones on April 14. To get you ready for the final showdown for Westeros, we’re recapping all seven seasons of the hit HBO series. We’ve already done the first season, and now we’re bringing season two. Get ready, it’s the War of the Five Kings!
Half a century after Jurassic Park author Michael Crichton made us fear disease as much as dinosaurs and robots, the classic sci-fi novel The Andromeda Strain is finally getting a sequel. And it’s coming out this year.
It was recently announced that actress Emma Thompson had pulled out of Skydance’s upcoming animated film, Luck. It was believed to be connected to Skydance’s hiring of former Disney executive John Lasseter, who left Disney and Pixar amid accusations of sexual harassment. In a thoughtful letter to Skydance management,…
It’s awesome being awesome, isn’t it?
DC Collectibles brought out lots and lots of Batman for this year’s New York Toy Fair. But don’t worry, some other characters got a chance to shine too and there’s a Harley Quinn “statue” you have to see to believe.
We’re heading into the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, with the remaining players getting ready to duke it out for the future of Westeros. The series has been full of dreamers and schemers, some of them more generally nasty than others. But which one is just a little bit misunderstood?
Ryan Reynolds announced a new trailer is coming tomorrow for Detective Pikachu, while also taking us inside his super-serious acting process. But it sounds like it was also a way to try and explain to his wife, Blake Lively, why their daughters may not want him to pick them up at school anymore.
Skrulls are a key part of the Marvel universe, set to officially make their big screen debut in Captain Marvel. But unless you’re a comics buff, they’re still a bit of a mystery.
John Krasinski has unveiled the release date for the sequel to his groundbreaking sci-fi horror film, A Quiet Place. Plus, a report from Deadline suggests he’s indeed returning to the director’s chair for the latest chapter in his new saga.
She’s going from Westeros to West Hollywood. Showtime has announced that Game of Thrones and Hunger Games star Natalie Dormer will appear in the next chapter of the Penny Dreadful saga, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.
Release dates you’ve been waiting years for!
Simone Missick, the actress behind Misty Knight in Netflix’s now-canceled Marvel television universe, has traded in her bionic arm for a cortical stack. Netflix has announced that she’s joining Altered Carbon for its second season, along with a few other new faces. Plus, we’ve got the return of two important…
We’ll now get a chance to see China’s science fiction smash, The Wandering Earth, based on a short story by Hugo-winning author Liu Cixin. Netflix has announced it’s acquired the film, bringing the country’s first sci-fi blockbuster to audiences around the world.
I thought we were finally free. The 2016 Ghostbusters movie was released, it exists. Now, there’s going to be another Ghostbusters movie. Sure, it’s not going to connect to the 2016 movie, which kind of blows, but it’s not a big deal. Really, it’s fine. Everything’s fine. Or at least it was. For some reason, or no…