Even More Updates on The Invisible Man, Bond 25, and More

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There could be a very interesting addition to Bond 25's scriptwriting team. Fullmetal Alchemist’s Yasuhiro Irie is helping to make a new anime for Netflix. Get a look at iZombie’s final return. Plus, what to expect on Doom Patrol and the next episode of Game of Thrones, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters introduces us…

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Hulu’s Latest Into the Dark Episode Highlights the Horrifying Side of April Fools’ Day

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If it’s nearing April, it’s definitely time to start watching your back if there are any practical jokers in your midst. As the increasingly unamused protagonists of Hulu and Blumhouse’s latest entry in horror-anthology series Into the Dark discover, though, there is definitely such a thing as taking the joke too far.

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The Final Season of Jessica Jones Could Bring Back a Major Villain, One Last Time

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Syfy is developing a truly insane take on The Banana Splits. Dune’s impressive cast continues to expand. Could another Star Wars show be headed to Disney+? Batwoman finds Kate Kane’s dad. Plus, new Captain Marvel footage, and what’s to come on Star Trek: Discovery. To me, my Spoilers!

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New Looks at The Umbrella Academy, Doom Patrol, Pennyworth, and More

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Arnold Schwarzenegger still has hopes to play Conan once more. Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s next movie is a sci-fi adventure for Sony. Sam Jackson teases that Endgame will have answers about why he’s still using his Captain Marvel pager. Plus, a snippet of new Us footage, and meet Umbrella Academy’s villains.…

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Director Sophia Takal Talks Blumhouse and Her Episode of Hulu’s Horror Anthology Into the Dark

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The Hulu-Blumhouse holiday horror anthology series Into the Dark returns today with a new episode in honor of New Year’s Eve, a searing takedown of social media, toxic friendships, and wellness culture titled “New Year, New You.” It’s a suspenseful entry with an all-female cast, directed by Sophia Takal.

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8 Reasons Why Horror Ruled TV in 2018

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The year in horror began with Get Out winning an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, and went on to include big-screen landmarks like A Quiet Place, Hereditary, and Halloween. But 2018 also yielded a high concentration of juicy horror in 2018 on the small screen, too. Here are eight reasons why.

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We’re Getting More Black Mirror Sooner Than We’d Expected

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Get another look at the Hellboy reboot, John Wick 3, and Aladdin in new pictures. Nick Nolte’s The Mandalorian character could be from a familiar Star Wars race. The Locke & Key TV show has found its Locke siblings. Plus, a clip from Guillermo Del Toro’s follow up to Trollhunters, and a new look at The Walking Dead’s…

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Jason Momoa Has Even More to Say About Henry Cavill’s Superman Future

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Colin Trevorrow discusses his approach to Dinos roaming among us in the third Jurassic World movie. Nic Cage hypes up his next wild supernatural role. Stargirl recruits two more classic DC heroes. Plus, Jennifer Pierce suits up on Black Lightning, another Aquaman clip, and a first look at Playmobil: The Movie.…

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Blumhouse’s Into the Dark Anthology’s New Years Entry Is From a Lady Director

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A couple of months ago, Blumhouse head and horror super-producer Jason Blum got into some justifiable trouble for his comments suggesting that there were not many women directors in the horror space, which explains why, at that time, Blumhouse hadn’t produced a single theatrically distributed horror film made by a…

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