Halo EP Kiki Wolfkill has asserted that the widely panned sex scene between Master Chief and Makee was an “important” element of the story.
Dave Chappelle wants the LA DA to “correct this mistake” after declining to file felony charges against his Netflix Is A Joke attacker.
Johnny Depp’s legal team claims that Amber Heard’s opening testimony was nothing less - and nothing more - than “the performance of her life”.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' premiere sees Captain Pike declare that the January 6th riots were the first steps towards World War III.
YouTuber Comics By Perch says Marvel's X-Men sales numbers are not only outright “bad”, but also confirm “definite problems at Marvel”.
The Flash and Fantastic Beasts franchise star Ezra Miller has been accused of inflicting various abuses upon a former intimate partner.
The upcoming Kamen Rider W anime, Fuuto Pi, has unveiled a new key visual in celebration of the reveal of its official premiere date.
The BBC has launched Doctor Who: Redacted, a new audio drama podcast featuring a self-described “very gay, very trans” story.
Zachary Quinto has admitted that Paramount Pictures has made little progress on J.J. Abrams' fourth Star Trek film.
A brief appearance by The Epoch Times in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has sparked outrage in China.
Netflix’s English-language dub of Tiger & Bunny 2 has Golden Ryan criticize “outdated gender norms” and declare himself a “feminist”.
Johnny Depp is allegedly “hopeful” that his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard will end with his being “vindicated”.
Neal Adams, the veteran comic book artist best known for his iconic runs and creations for DC Comics, has passed away at the age of 80.
Comedian Bill Burr has once again offered his opinion that Gina Carano’s firing from The Mandalorian was unfair.
G4 has seen a massive loss of viewers in the months following Xplay host Indiana “Frosk” Black’s on-air rant against “sexism in gaming”.
X-Men ‘97 head writer Beau DeMayo has suggested that the Disney Plus revival of the Marvel series will see a focus on “today’s world."
Dr. Shannon Curry says Amber Heard "did not have PTSD," but instead showed signs of "borderline and histrionic personality disorders."
British television network ITV appears to have edited out the “cute outfit” quip from a broadcast of Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man film.