Hulu released the trailer for Solar Opposites, a new animated series coming May 8, and it’s safe to say this is another reason to go on living until at least May 8. Back off, virus. Solar Opposites will remind you a lot of Rick and Morty, and that’s because it’s the brainchild of Justin Roiland, who co-created Rick and Morty with Dan Harmon. If you’re like us, you’ve watched every episode of Rick and Morty several times and feel the show’s major flaw is that there is just not enough of it. So… Solar Opposites? All episodes dropping May 8? Yes please.
There’s all sorts of R&M-style effed up ish going on in this trailer, from a lady robot who serves cookie dough out of her breast (above) to lighthearted use of heroin to consequence-free murder of cartoon birds and, of course, the pupa. Ew, what a word — pupa.
Ok they done f—ed this up once, are they really gonna do it again? When fans of Ghost in the Shell got a look at the new Netflix series, Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045, there was backlash. Lots of backlash. The original source most Americans are familiar with is the 1995 hand-drawn animated film
We were pretty psyched about the western/sci-fi Westworld, an upcoming HBO series based on the 1973 movie of the same name that starred Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin, and James Brolin. The movie, which was written and directed by Michael Crichton, portrayed a theme park of sorts for grownups in
On a recent episode of Jeopardy, a woman pulled out a 16-year-old punchline from Saturday Night Live and host Alex Trebek actually read it. The joke, delivered in the Final Jeopardy stage, cost her all her money, although she had no hope of winning the game anyway, being a distant third place. How
Following the death last week of Yvonne Craig, who appeared as Marta on Star Trek (in addition to playing Batgirl on the Batman TV series of the ’60s), this art project caught our eye — “Ladies of Kirk,” an illustrated book that has already made its funding goal on
Actress Yvonne Craig, who is best known for playing Batgirl (and alter ego Barbara Gordon) on the third season of the ’60s Batman TV series, has died at the age of 78. The cause of death as reported by her nephew, via The Hollywood Reporter, was breast cancer that had metastasized to her
A blog post by Joe Gross at Austin 360 makes an interesting comparison between the frustrating second season of True Detective and The Dark Knight Strikes Again. The latter was Frank Miller’s 2001 follow-up to the brilliant Dark Knight Returns, a four-issue series from 1986 that more or less
The first teaser for Westworld, a TV series based on the 1973 movie (written and directed by the late Michael Crichton), has been released by HBO, and it looks good. The series stars Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and the
In a Reddit AmA chat on Thursday, Nichelle Nichols, famous as Lt. Uhura on the original Star Trek series, announced she’ll be going up into very thin air: In September, I’m traveling on a NASA SOFIA flight, a second generation Airborn Observatory, which I am honored to have been invited
This is highly entertaining, and even hypnotic. Every time Rod Serling ever said “The Twilight Zone” on camera for the series. We don’t know if anyone out there has a Rod Serling fetish, but if so… welcome to heaven. Rod has been waiting for you.