Disney is mapping out Star Wars movies all the way to the 2030s

Disney might be the Mouse House, but the company is also ruthless when it comes to its intellectual property. So, if you thought they’d just let Star Wars fade away after a new trilogy, you’d be dead wrong.

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Jim Lovell talk NASA's future in first trailer for new doc Fight For Space

It’s been a while since NASA truly captured the attention and imagination of a nation, and a new documentary is digging into why that is — and where the space agency is heading next.

First trailer for Luc Besson's spy school web thriller Playground

He might fill his days with sci-fi blockbusters like The Fifth Element and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, but Luc Besson also occasionally carves out a bit of time for some smaller projects. How about a Kingman meets Nikita story?

Star Wars: The Last Jedi was not changed after Carrie Fisher's death

After the tragic passing of Carrie Fisher, fans have been wondering how her death would affect the future Star Wars films. Now, we at least know what Disney is doing with The Last Jedi.

Hollywood producer Brett Ratner blames Rotten Tomatoes for telling people about bad reviews

Brett Ratner has been around Hollywood a long time, and a fair share of his movies have, umm, not done that great with critics. So, he has some choice words for review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

Rumor of the day: The next two Star Wars films will return to these classic planets

The Star Wars universe is a big place, but that doesn’t mean you won’t occasionally return to some familiar planets from time to time. According to a new report, we’ll be seeing three more classic locales by the time the new trilogy has wrapped up.

Superman just made a shocking connection between the New 52 and Rebirth

DC’s ambitious Rebirth event is still unraveling, and the company is using the framework of introducing the Watchmen to this world as a way to take some major strides toward reconciling the splintered continuities that have developed over the past few years. Case in point: We finally have a Superman that should make everyone happy.

NASA may cut back on ISS to spend more on the moon and Mars

The International Space Station (ISS) has been orbiting Earth for almost two decades, and just like that old Buick in your garage, it’s getting more expensive to keep the thing running. So, NASA might cut its losses in a few years to pump more cash into other space exploration initiatives.

Captain Planet complete series coming to streaming for first time ever

It was a staple of the early 1990s, and now you’ll finally be able to revisit Captain Planet and the Planeteers in full. Just, you know, fair warning that your mileage may vary.