The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman May Have Just Yelled Out A Huge Spoiler

Lets get this out of the way right up front, there are SPOILERS for The Walking Dead beyond this point. It won’t to terribly shocking to those of you current on the comic books, but if you’re not current, what you read here could very well ruin your day. No joke. You’ve been warned.

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Robert Kirkman’s Exorcism Drama Outcast Gets A Full Season Order, Details Here

OutcastRobert Kirkman is obviously best known of his work on The Walking Dead, the grim, zombie apocalypse comic that became one of the biggest shows on TV when AMC adapted it. (Given the gory nature, I still have no clue how it became so overwhelming popular with a mainstream audience.) But he’s expanding his brand, both with the much talked about Walking Dead spinoff Cobalt, or whatever it’s going to be called, and with the exorcism drama Outcast, which just got an order from Cinemax.

The premium cable network announced that they will give Outcast a full, ten-episode season order. Based on the Skybound/Image Comics series of the same name, created by Kirkman and Paul Azaceta, the story follows a young man named Kyle Barnes, who will be played by Almost Famous star Patrick Fugit (who also had a nice turn recently in Gone Girl). Kyle has battled demonic possessions his whole life, and with the help of a preacher named Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister), a West Virginian evangelist who thinks he’s part of God’s army against evil on Earth, he heads out on a quest to have a normal life. What Kyle doesn’t know is that his journey, and what he discovers, will change his own fate and that of the world.


Check Out The Cover Art For This Mad Max: Fury Road Book And Comic

Mad Max Fury RoadWe’re stupidly excited for George Miller’s upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road around these parts. 2015 marks 30 years since our last trip to the post-apocalyptic Australian outback, and this has been such a long, hard road that we weren’t sure the film was ever going to make it to theaters. (Part of me still expects some sort of vengeful god to strike it down before I get to see it.) We still have to wait until May 15, but to hold us over until then, we’ve got a few looks at a few things that DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint worked with Miller to put together for fans, and they’re as awesome as you would hope.


Guardians Of The Galaxy Star Dave Bautista Just Landed Another Classic Villain Role

guardians of the galaxyWhen professional wrestlers make the move from the squared circle to the silver screen, it can be a bumpy transition. For every Dwayne Johnson, who finds acclaim in a wide array of mainstream films, you have a Steve Austin or John Cena who, while they gain a certain level of success in low-budget, direct-to-video action movies, aren’t likely to even conquer the metroplex. After movies like Wrong Side of Town and The Scorpion King 3, that’s the path many envisioned for Dave Bautista. But following on the heels of the mega-hit Guardians of the Galaxy, he’s up for another high-profile role in a big-budget Hollywood blockbuster.

According to Latino Review, the former WWE superstar, and one-time burgeoning MMA fighter, is joining Summit Entertainment’s impending Highlander reboot in role of the Kurgan. You’ll remember that the mega-badass Clancy Brown played the brutal, immortal barbarian in the 1986 original. He’s the final villain that Christopher Lambert’s Connor MacLeod faces off with in the film.


Watch What Happens When Star Wars And Star Trek Clash

There has been a great deal of time over the years devoted to the what-if scenario, what if Star Wars met Star Trek? If you’re in the mood, you can Google enough fan fiction in this realm to fill your reading list from now until the day you die. But just in case you’re not in the frame of mind to read, you can check always out this awesome new fan made video.


Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Gets Weird As Hell In These New Photos

Hot Tub Time Machine 2Next up on the theatrical sci-fi docket is the foul-mouthed time travel joint Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Odds are, you probably already know whether or not you want to see this movie based solely on whether or not you enjoyed the first one (or even the trailers). That makes sense, it’s crude and basically looks like 93-minute dick joke, which isn’t up everyone’s alley, but it also looks weird as shit, as you can see in these new photos.

Coming from our lovely older sibling Cinema Blend, these pictures show off some of the strangeness that runs through Hot Tub Time Machine 2. It may not be enough to totally win you over if you’re not super stoked about this one, but it does illustrate that at least they’re trying to do something fun and different instead of rehashing what came before. Just look at that photo of Adam Scott, who plays the son of John Cusack’s character (who is sitting this one out) from the first film, tripping balls. That should be fun.