Perhaps the World Didn't Need One More Amityville Horror Movie After All @ io9

There are two decent Amityville Horror movies: the 1979 original starring Margot Kidder and James Brolin, released when some still believed the book it was based on was a true story; and 2016's The Conjuring 2, which features a big scene in the infamous eye-window house, and is technically not part of the 18-film…


Watchmen series from Damon Lindelof gets pilot, scripts order from HBO @ Sci-Fi Storm

HBO has given a green light for a pilot and backup scripts based on the limited comic series Watchmen from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. The project comes from Damon Lindelof, who teased the project on Instagram (see below) before the announcement, and Warner Bros TV.

Zack Snyder previously adapted Watchmen into a feature film in 2009.

Watchmen is set in an alternate history world in 1985 at the height of the cold war. Superheroes exist and have had a hand in changing the outcomes of major events for about 50 years, but they are now mostly retired, with a few working as government agents.

Day One.

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A Time Traveler Goes on a Desperate Personal Quest in Scifi Short Cradle @ io9

In David Holechek’s scifi short Cradle, a man haunted by the worst day of his life frantically tries to figure out a way to time-travel using precise calculations and, ultimately, his mind—think Somewhere in Time, but with a tragedy driving the narrative instead of a corny romance.


M. Night Shyamalan's Glass casts two key Unbreakable actors @ Syfy Wire

M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable sequel, Glass, is including two interesting facets with the addition of a pair of integral actors from the 2000 superhero origin film.

George R.R. Martin confirms he and producer Bryan Cogman are aboard fifth Game of Thrones prequel @ Syfy Wire

With winter finally here, it seems George R.R. Martin is already feeling nostalgic for spring.

The Game of Thrones author has revealed that he and the show's co-executive producer Bryan Cogman are hard at work on their own prequel to his hit HBO fantasy series to go along with the four others the pay cable network already has ordered into development.

Trollhunters adds Mark Hamill and Lena Headey for more geeky goodness @ Syfy Wire

Just when you thought Trollhunters couldn't get any cooler, it does. Deadline reports that for the second season of the animated Netflix show, Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Lena Headey (Game of Thrones), and David Bradley (Game of Thrones, the Harry Potter franchise) will all lend their voices to the Guillermo del Toro-produced series.

Wonder Woman creator fights to inspire girls in new Professor Marston and the Wonder Women clip @ Syfy Wire

William Moulton Marston faced a lot of criticism when he created Wonder Woman back in 1941. A powerful Amazon who grew up in a world without men — and whose comic was full of imagery that evoked questions about her creator's proclivities — was a brand-new idea for audiences, and it wasn't without its detractors.

Open Channel: Why the Hell Does Anyone Live in Gotham City? @ io9

I’ve been watching Gotham on and off for the past few years and while the show’s insanity is one of its best qualities, it’s also left me with a burning question that I’ve never been to figure out: Who the hell would willingly choose to live in Gotham City? Also, like, why? Moving to Gotham is like asking to die.


11 Battlestar Galactica moments we didn't see coming @ Syfy Wire

It was hard to eat or drink anything while watching Battlestar Galactica. Inevitably, something would happen that caused us to gasp. In addition to it being a choking hazard, it was also easy to spill a glass of wine when gesticulating wildly in shock.

Where Battlestar succeeded most was in subverting our expectations of what would come next. The writers were experts in this, and more than once, we thought we’d end up one place and then end up either completely the other end, or exactly where we thought -- just in an entirely surprising way.

Dream Casting: The Losers' Club for It: Chapter Two @ Syfy Wire

The seven main characters of It will return for a sequel, but they'll all be 40 instead of 13. In this week's column, we pick the actors who should play the adult Losers' Club in It: Chapter Two.

How the Star Trek: Discovery Comic Will Reveal New Things About the Klingons Without Screwing Up Canon @ io9

The Klingons of Star Trek have a long, storied history of having their long, storied history explored and evolved every time we see them. Star Trek: Discovery’s take on them is no different, but these new Klingons have been shrouded in mystery. Until now, that is, thanks to the new Discovery comic.


Teen Wolf series finale clip reveals the fate of fan fave character @ Syfy Wire

It’s going to be the end of an era when MTV’s Teen Wolf ends its six-season run this coming Sunday. To whet our appetite for the series finale, a new sneak peek has been unleashed — but be aware that there are MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW.

Don't read any further if you aren’t caught up with the show.

All good? Right. On with it.

Neil Gaiman Will Lend His Voice to The Simpsons' Own Halloween Coraline Parody @ io9

As certain as the sun rises and sets, every year we get a Simpsons Treehouse of Horror special—but the 2017 edition is recruiting legendary writer Neil Gaiman. Not to pen a story, but to star in an homage to his dark fantasy novel Coraline.


How a tiny space robot can change your life @ Syfy Wire

Star Stuff is a weekly column by rocket scientist & astrophysicist Summer Ash highlighting some amazing things happening every day on and off the planet, especially great science done by and/or for women. She harnesses her science communication powers to smash the patriarchy and advocate for equality and inclusion across all time and space. Throwdowns with pseudoscience may occur.

You can watch Amityville: The Awakening for free before it hits theaters @ Syfy Wire

Thank goodness for stupid movie characters. Without them, they wouldn't do the ridiculous things that we love in movies, like going to investigate that creepy sound, or moving into a notoriously haunted house.

Meet the prehistoric 'devil frog' that could have devoured dinosaurs @ Syfy Wire

When you think of fearsome predators, you don’t usually think of frogs—unless you happen to be a fly. Go back about 70 million years and that could have been a different story.

In an era when gigantism among both flora and fauna was not uncommon, prehistoric amphibians like Beelzebufo ampinga aka the “devil frog” got huge. Like, 10 pounds of frog. This thing really earned the Beelzebub in its scientific name, too, because scientists believe it could have had both the strength and appetite to devour even dinosaurs.

WATCH: Jim Mahfood on taking Grrl Scouts to new creative places @ Syfy Wire

Ever since he arrived on the comics scene after drawing the first Clerks comic one-shot, artist Jim Mahfood has continued to be an artist worth watching. Whether it's his gonzo-graffiti art style or his radically unique takes on popular culture like Spider-Man, Miami Vice, Tank Girl, or a new issue of Grrl Scouts, whenever new Mahfood hits the racks, it's a banner Wednesday.

Spider-Men II Finally Explained Why Nobody's Been Able to Find the Original Miles Morales @ io9

Now that they’re finally living in the same dimension, Peter Parker and Miles Morales have been trying to solve one of the more interesting questions posed at the end of Marvel’s Secret Wars from 2015: Why doesn’t Miles have an Earth-616 counterpart?


Dean prays to God in new trailer for Season 13 of Supernatural @ Syfy Wire

The CW’s Supernatural is getting ready to kick off its 13th season of demon-hunting and wisecracking, and the latest trailer tries to make the concept feel as fresh as it did back in the early 2000s.

We get an opening voiceover from Dean praying to God for help, leading into a throwback intro that lays out the elevator pitch for the series (two brothers fight monsters! and drive a cool car!) that has kept fans coming back since George W. Bush was president.

The Walking Dead Season 8 promo rallies all three communities to keep the faith @ Syfy Wire

A new promo for The Walking Dead Season 8, which will debut with the 100th episode of the series, was released by AMC. The spot, running on AMC now during their other original series, shows the groups from The Kingdom, The Hilltop, and Alexandria all assembling as they prepare for All Out War against Negan and the Saviors.

K.J. Apa crashes car after long Riverdale work day, suffers minor injuries: UPDATE @ Syfy Wire

UPDATE (6:22 p.m. PT):  WBTV has released a statement on the circumstances surrounding K.J. Apa's car crash, as previously reported on below. Contrary to earlier reports, it notes that Apa worked 14.2 hours the day/night of the crash, that he had not been overly worked leading up to that day, and that he did not go to the hospital, but was treated by first responders and subsequently released. 

WATCH: Stephen King's bio in 2 minutes @ Syfy Wire

With the hurricane of  Stephen King horror projects erupting on TV and the big screen, it's easy to be swept away in the sudden craze to adapt Maine's Master of the Macabre and become swiftly lost in the madness.

Everything You Need to Know About Star Trek: Discovery Before It Premieres @ io9

Hey, did you hear there’s a new Star Trek show starting September 24? Anticipation is mighty high here at io9—but for everyone who hasn’t been cataloguing every bit of info that CBS has revealed about Star Trek: Discovery on the long road to its debut, we’ve assembled this handy guide to get you up to speed.


Unbreakable and Split Stars Will Return for M. Night Shyamalan's Superhero Sequel Glass @ io9

M. Night Shyamalan is making his own comic book universe, even if it’s not based on an actual comic book. Unbreakable stars Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, as well as Split lead James McAvoy, are set to reprise their roles in Shyamalan’s latest superhero installment, Glass.


Stranger Things' latest throwback poster nods to The Goonies @ Syfy Wire

Hey you guys! It's Stranger Things Thursday, and in anticipation of Season 2, those clever marketeers at Netflix have released yet another poster channeling a favorite '80s flick — this one a loving homage to The Goonies.

Discovery is aiming to be a new kind of Star Trek series for a 'brutal time' @ Syfy Wire

The world has changed quite a lot in the decade since the last Star Trek series ended, and the new show Discovery is aiming to balance that hope and optimism with the “brutal time” we see every day in the real world.

The 25 biggest genre-related moments of the last decade @ Syfy Wire

September 2017 is SYFY's 25th anniversary, so we’re using it as an excuse to look back at  the last 25 years of ALL science fiction, fantasy, and horror, a time that has seen the genres we love conquer the world of pop culture. For us, that means lists! ALL THE LISTS! We’ll be doing two “25 greatest” lists per day all throughout September, looking back at the moments, people, and characters that shaped the last quarter century. So keep checking back. Please note: Our lists are not ranked; all items have equal standing in our brains.

This intricate Millennium Falcon scale model is a must-have for Star Wars fans @ Syfy Wire

If you’ll be attending New York Comic Con in a couple of weeks, then you should keep an eye out for the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy.

George R.R. Martin Reveals He's the Co-Creator of That Fifth Possible Game of Thrones Prequel @ io9

George R.R. Martin has shed some light about the fifth Game of Thrones prequel that he and GoT producer Bryan Cogman have pitched to HBO, which includes the depth of his involvement. And it’s a lot.


Join the epic hunt in new trailer for Capcom's Monster Hunter: World @ Syfy Wire

Capcom's insane new Monster Hunter: World is a ferocious stampede of chaotic creatures bent on making a tasty meal of your tender flesh.

A fresh trailer just debuted at a Sony press conference for the Tokyo Game Show 2017, filled with a monstrous menagerie of crested carnivorous dinosaurs and the legacy of skilled hunters aiming to bring them home as trophies.

Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs trailer is pup-tastic! @ Syfy Wire

It's a dog's world and we're just living in it.

The trailer for Wes Anderson's upcoming animated comedy, Isle of Dogs, has just hit the web, and by the looks of things, this canine adventure should be quite a treat for moviegoers and fans of the acclaimed director.

Set in Japan 20 years in the future, the film follows 12-year-old Atari Kobayashi, who sets out on an epic journey in search of his beloved pooch, who's been banished with other pups to a vast garbage dump called Trash Island after an outbreak of dog flu.

Batman and TCM joining forces for Noir Alley comic @ Syfy Wire

Batman is hitting that Asphalt Jungle. DC Comics and Turner Classic Movies have announced a special collaboration that will see the Dark Knight team up with Eddie Muller, the host of TCM's popular Noir Alley, for a free comic book entitled Batman in Noir Alley.

5 things we want to see in the 'Sabrina' reboot @ Syfy Wire

A few months ago, yours truly wrote up a piece for this very site making the case for why The CW needs to reboot Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a modern horror series akin to the murder mystery facelift given to Archie comics with Riverdale. As you may have heard by now, this exact project has now been officially announced as in development.

Under-the-radar Stephen King books you need to read ASAP @ Syfy Wire

Happy birthday to Stephen King, who turns 70 today. The legendary horror author shows no signs of slowing down as he enters his eighth decade, with an epic new novel called Sleeping Beauties (co-written with son Owen King) coming out next week.

Tom Hanks Didn't Actually Want to Play David S. Pumpkins at First @ io9

Tom Hanks is (hopefully) returning to Saturday Night Live as David S. Pumpkins, the Halloween elevator haunt who shimmied his way into our hearts. But if former SNL star and sketch co-writer Bobby Moynihan is to be believed, Hanks originally wanted nothing to do with the character.


Highest-Energy Cosmic Radiation Comes From a Mysterious Source Beyond Our Galaxy @ io9

Not to scare you, but you’re getting hit with radiation constantly. First, there’s just regular old light (yep, that’s a kind of radiation). Then there are low levels of higher energy radiation like the kind in nuclear reactors, including particles coming out of the soil and off of bananas. But the highest-energy…


Ra's al Ghul and Sofia Falcone featured in 13 new Gotham character portraits @ Syfy Wire

Marking the official end of summer, the premiere of Gotham Season 4 strikes Thursday, September 21, at 8 p.m. on Fox — and the Gotham City playing field is increasing in complexity as a veritable rogues' gallery of villains jostle for position and the impending emergence of the Dark Knight slowly builds from tragic beginnings.

Suave Rip Hunter, Romans at the beach in Season 3 pics from DC's Legends of Tomorrow @ Syfy Wire

Rip Hunter is back in the first images from the Season 3 premiere of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, released by The CW this week. The images show the Legends mostly, apparently, chilling on the beach -- but Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) doesn't seem to be back as a friend.

In the official synopsis for Season 3, The CW says Hunter is "calling their methods into question" as the new head of the Time Bureau ... probably because last season they kind of broke time itself. Oops.

Sissy Spacek and Brian de Palma didn’t really agree on what Carrie is about @ Syfy Wire

Actor Sissy Spacek says that she loved working for director Brian De Palma on the set of their 1976 horror film Carrie. But it doesn’t mean the two had the same take on the iconic horror character.

IT producer bringing Japanese sci-fi epic Ma.K to Hollywood @ Syfy Wire

Ma.K is getting an American-style makeover.

After scaring up boffo box office with Stephen King's creepy clown tale, IT producer Roy Lee is now setting his sights on giant robots and bipedal robo suits as he's landed a deal to turn the epic Japanese sci-fi series into a Hollywood blockbuster.

8 ways Star Trek helped change science and the future as we know it @ Syfy Wire

Fifty-one years ago this month, Star Trek: The Original Series beamed into American TV sets for the first time, igniting the imaginations of millions. Through warp drives and transporters, androids and alien negotiations, the epic sci-fi saga ended up inspiring an entire generation of young scientists and inventors to conceptualize its imagined future — and, in many cases, create and explore the technological possibilities its writers and science advisors suggested.

Channel Zero's Return is Skin-Crawlingly Spectacular @ io9

The first season of Channel Zero, Syfy’s creepypasta-inspired anthology series, explored the nightmares of Candle Cove, a sinister TV puppet show. Season two, No-End House, features a new story, a new cast, and an even more dreadful evil. If you thrill to mind-warping horror stories, you do not want to miss this.


Watch the trailer for Stan Lee exec-produced The Sandman, coming to SYFY @ Syfy Wire

Stan Lee is a busy man. Among the slew of awesome Marvel projects the comic-book legend has on his plate is an original SYFY horror movie he executive-produced titled The Sandman. Ahead of the film’s debut next month, a spooky first teaser has been released.

Bernie Casey, actor who appeared in The Man Who Fell to Earth and Babylon 5, dies at 78 @ Syfy Wire

Bernie Casey, professional football player-turned-actor, has died at the age of 78 after a brief illness, Variety reports.

Heat Signature Is A Thrilling Game About Spaceship Heists @ io9

Heat Signature’s clock is ticking. Ten seconds until I get detected in an enemy spaceship, and I haven’t even assassinated my target. Finally, I find them. It’s over in one cruel slice of my long blade, but the timer is still counting down, and the ship is a labyrinthine hulk. I run. I see a hull or a space window or


This Video Shows How Much the Tomb Raider Movie Owes to the Video Game @ io9

From the looks of it, the new Tomb Raider reboot is set to be a massive pivot from Angelina Jolie’s much-derided take on the character. Instead, it’s much more inspired by the 2013 Tomb Raider game that followed a much younger Lara Croft on her very first tomb raiding mission.


Cory Doctorow, Claire North, and Sylvain Neuvel Will Seek to Depress Us Beyond Words With the Black Mirror Book @ io9

Black Mirror is bringing its brand of haunting dystopian storytelling away from the television screen and into the realm of books—and now we know the authors who will help bring Charlie Brooker’s weird, often morbid world to the page.


James Cameron will finally begin shooting the Avatar sequels next week @ Syfy Wire

It's been nearly a decade since James Cameron's sci-fi epic Avatar hit theaters, shooting to the top of the all-time box-office charts and wowing audiences worldwide with its game-changing visuals. Even back then, as his film was raking in the millions, Cameron was already talking about his vision for a sequel, and an eventual trilogy. Over time, two Avatar sequels became four Avatar sequels, and though Cameron always promised he was working on the films, they faded further and further away. At times it felt like we might never see this fabled franchise again.

Greg Pak explains the changes he made to Planet Hulk with his new novel @ Syfy Wire

At this point, it’s safe to say that Planet Hulk is something of a modern classic. In the time since it was first published in the pages of Incredible Hulk in 2006-2007, its popularity has only grown, spawning animated movies, “What if?”-style alternate takes, and inspiring the Jade Giant’s next cinematic appearance in Thor: Ragnarok.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Barely Understands What Makes Superhero Crossovers Great @ io9

Crossovers are a staple of comic fiction, whether that’s in the books themselves, in the movies, or even in the video game adaptations. At their best, they’re fannish delights, getting to hint at what it would be like for such disparate characters to really meet. At their worst, they’re squandered opportunities.


Hellboy gets church's blessing to film in famed Wells Cathedral @ Syfy Wire

There are few things more ironic than a demon in a cathedral, even if said demon happens to be an unlikely superhero.

Hellboy is getting a much-anticipated, R-rated revamp that will be bloody and infested with otherworldly creatures, which probably wouldn’t have raised any controversy had all these unholy things not needed to be filmed in a holy place.

Craig Robinson and Adam Scott join the Bureau Underground in Ghosted clip @ Syfy Wire

The first episode of Fox’s Ghosted is set to drop later tonight on Twitter (a week ahead of its network debut), and to whet our appetite for the upcoming half-hour sci-fi comedy series, a cool sneak peek has been released.

Trailer for Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs Is Lassie With Far More Quarantines @ io9

A boy and his dog. It’s a tale as old as old as time. Well, except in this case all the dogs are plagued and have been shipped off to a garbage island to die.


Which Avengers are assembling for Avengers 4 shoot? @ Syfy Wire

There’s little doubt that Avengers 4 is going to be one of the biggest events in Marvel cinematic history, with a mind-boggling number of cast members to boot.

WATCH: Did Voyager's Doctor just hint he'll be on Star Trek: Discovery? @ Syfy Wire

Robert Picardo from Star Trek: Voyager is a delight. Everyone at Star Trek Las Vegas was delightful, but the man who is the quintessential sci-fi Doctor (but not the British one) operates on another level. He sings, he wears a very nice hat, and, greatest of all, he agreed to do an interview with SYFY WIRE because, "I've done a few things for SYFY, you know."

OSIRIS-REx gets flung by the Earth Friday! @ Syfy Wire

On the morning of Friday, September 22, 2017, the Earth will experience a close encounter with a spaceborne object. But never fear! We’re perfectly safe. That’s because the space traveler is the NASA probe OSIRIS-REx, and it will pass more than 17,000 km above the Earth’s surface.

A major part of Supergirl Season 3 will tell the origin story of new baddie Reign @ Syfy Wire

We’re less than three weeks away from the return of Supergirl, and yet we don’t know much about the villain the Girl of Steel will face this season, Reign. Thankfully, some juicy tidbits about the Season 3 Big Bad have emerged, and we have a clearer picture of the character making her debut on the superhero series.

Thursday's Top Deals: Networking Blowout, Sony Sound Bar, Free Lyft Rides, and More @ io9

Sony Sound Bar, TP-Link Gold Box, and USB-C Battery Pack, kick off today’s top deals.


Alleged comic book thief caught trying to sell rare Spidey, X-Men issues @ Syfy Wire

As any superhero can tell you, crime doesn’t pay. Especially when you steal expensive, rare comic books and try to unload them at regular ol' comic shops. 

Chosen One of the Day: PJ Soles's Hat from 'Carrie' @ Syfy Wire

P.J. Soles is of massive importance to the late '70s and early '80s. Between her roles as Lynda in Halloween and Riff Randall in Rock 'n Roll High School Forever, her impact on cinema is incalculable. 

But she's nothing compared to her perfect, flawless hat. When it comes to the hat from Carrie, Soles was the accessory, and her hat the star.

Ma Beagle and the Beagle Boys Are Back in a Delightful New DuckTales Clip @ io9

This weekend, after leaving us aching for more with the wonderful TV movie, DuckTales is back—and its bringing its most beloved antagonists back with it in the form of the Beagle family. Now we’ve finally got to hear them and in action, and it’s no surprise with this show that they got some amazing actors to play them.


Small town horror will make your skin crawl in full trailer for SYFY's Ghost Wars @ Syfy Wire

If SYFY's Ghost Wars already had you spooked with the creepy taster at SDCC then prepare to get deeper under the covers, because the official trailer is here and it’s all kinds of bone-chilling.

The 25 coolest robots of the last 25 years @ Syfy Wire

September 2017 is Syfy’s 25th anniversary, so we’re using it as an excuse to look back and celebrate the last 25 years of ALL science fiction, fantasy, and horror, a time that has seen the genres we love conquer the world of pop culture. For us, that means lists! ALL THE LISTS! We’ll be doing two “25 greatest” lists per day all throughout September, looking back at the moments, people, and characters that shaped the last quarter century. So keep checking back.

Please note: Our lists are not ranked; all items have equal standing in our brains.

It sounds like The Good Place season 2 can better be described as version 2 @ Syfy Wire

Spoilers ahead for Season 1 of The Good Place, as well as minor spoilers for last night's Season 2 finale!

The Good Place is shifting seismically in its second season. According to Variety, in an interview with series creator Mike Schur, while the first season belonged to Kristen Bell’s character, Eleanor, the second season is focused on Ted Danson’s Michael.

No, This Inhumans Poster Does Not Mean the Show Is Cancelled...Yet @ io9

Marvel and ABC’s beleaguered Inhumans series can’t seem to catch a break. Though the series doesn’t actually start airing on network television until next Friday, the ad copy on a new poster for the show has a number of people speculating that Inhumans won’t see a second season.


The Defenders Might End Up Being the Least Watched of Marvel's Netflix Shows @ io9

Ever since the deal was first announced four years ago, Marvel and Netflix’s superhero output has been building to the climactic events of The Defenders, the crossover crown jewel. But it turns out that the long-awaited team-up of NYC’s mightiest (and hardest drinking) heroes will end up being the least-seen of all…


More Rumors of a Surprising DC Hero's Presence in The Flash Movie @ io9

Shazam audition tapes could tease the movie’s villain. Yet another member of the Marvel family has been confirmed for Infinity War and Avengers 4. The Joker origin movie is close to taking a big step forward. Plus, new looks at the returns of Gotham and The Walking Dead and new footage from Zoo’s season finale.…


Amazon's Blowing Out a Ton of Networking and Home Automation Gear, Today Only @ io9

Whether you need a new Wi-Fi router, more ethernet ports, a modem to call your own, or some smart switches to start automating your home, Amazon’s TP-Link Gold Box has you covered.


Watch: Kingsman: The Golden Circle's Colin Firth and Jeff Bridges on carousing in the early days @ Syfy Wire

Steeped in superspy escapades, Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Golden Circle sneaks into theaters on Friday, Sept. 22 and, though initial reviews are mixed, there's no denying this film will deliver the full-throttle international thrills.

The Predator will be stalking suburbia, could be even better than a jungle @ Syfy Wire

The last place you’d ever suspect a Predator to be on the prowl is suburbia—but that’s exactly where you’ll find one.

Gal Gadot in talks for supernatural deep-sea drama Deeper with Bradley Cooper @ Syfy Wire

With the Patty Jenkins-directed sequel to Wonder Woman on the horizon, Justice League movies, and an appearance in the spinoff Flashpoint, it's a wonder Gal Gadot has time for anything else.

Artist Aaron Lopresti on his savage new Wonder Woman/Conan series @ Syfy Wire

In a muscled match made in comic book heaven, the Princess of Themyscira and the Barbarian of Cimmeria come together for the first time in Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti's Wonder Woman/Conan #1.

Watchmen TV series gets official pilot order from HBO @ Syfy Wire

Following yesterday’s news that Damon Lindelof is onboard to helm the project, HBO has now officially confirmed its order to make a TV pilot of the landmark DC Comics miniseries Watchmen.

Ron Howard tweets biggest Han Solo movie hint yet @ Syfy Wire

SPOILER WARNING: Possible Han Solo movie spoilers below!

Star Wars fans have come to love and anticipate Ron Howard's Instagram and Twitter account because, unlike his predecessors, he's sharing bits and pieces of the upcoming Han Solo movie without actually giving anything away.

Objects in Space 9/20: Wrapped in plastic @ Syfy Wire

Hello, friends! Apologies for the mild delay in OiS; I had a bit of a timey-wimey situation and am currently operating in a different zone than normal, so once I figured out where I was supposed to be I remembered that I had some links to send you.

Here are your links on this Wednesday:

Sean Penn to be one of The First on Mars for Beau Willimon's new Hulu series @ Syfy Wire

Sean Penn is going to Mars. 

Ron Howard's Latest Han Solo Tweet Is Either His Most Revealing, or Best Troll, Yet @ io9

Director Ron Howard has tweeted a lot of intriguing and cool photos from the set of the untitled Han Solo movie, but his latest either confirms a long standing fan theory or pokes fun at it. You decide.


Watch: Taron Egerton on Elton John's Kingsman: The Golden Circle cameo and his Rocket Man casting @ Syfy Wire

You may think it's been a long, long time since our last segment, but here's more of SYFY WIRE's revealing and entertaining interview series spotlighting the cast of Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which infiltrates theaters this Friday.

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