Like it or not, Game of Thrones only has two seasons left. We might get a spinoff series of some nature once it ends, but the story and the characters we’ve been following for the past six years are going away for good.
So what are we supposed to do while we wait for season 7? What universe are we supposed to get lost in every weekend and spend the entire week discussing with our friends and colleagues? Don’t worry — HBO is on the case once again.
Whether you love The Walking Dead or have a love-hate relationship with it, be thankful that it was picked up by AMC instead of NBC. Speaking at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd discussed what could have been if the show had stayed at NBC, where creator Frank Darabont had an overall deal before moving on to other networks.
Earlier this morning, Ben Affleck surprised comic book fans everywhere by sharing some blurry footage of DC villain Deathstroke on his Twitter account. There was no context or explanation, but according to TheWrap’s Umberto Gonzalez, a source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed that Deathstroke will be the main villain in Affleck’s upcoming solo Batman movie.
Following the endless stream of leaks over the past few months, there might not be anything left to announce. But nevertheless, Apple made its September 7th event official today when it sent out invites to members of the press.
As usual, the company didn’t confirm anything that would be revealed at the event in the invite, but we’re fairly certain the iPhone 7 will take center stage.
Next week is going to be exceptionally busy, with Apple slated to reveal the iPhone 7 and Sony preparing to announce a slim PS4 alongside a “high-end” PS4. For those of us who cover the worlds of technology and entertainment, it’s important to relieve as much stress as possible the weekend before big events, which is why I’m watching this new Captain America: Civil War blooper reel on repeat.
If there is a viral late night talk show segment more consistent than Carpool Karaoke, I haven’t seen it. Month in and month out, Late Late Show host James Corden continues to send the internet into a frenzy with his latest celebrity guest, from artists such as Gwen Stefani and Adele to First Lady Michelle Obama.
This week’s guest: Britney Spears. Although each and every one of the guests has been greeted with a great deal of enthusiasm, Britney Spears brings more nostalgia with her than anyone who has ever appeared on the segment before.
As popular as Pokemon Go has become, it’s always been equally obtuse. Without spending a significant amount of time doing research on the internet, you probably wouldn’t know how to catch a Pikachu as your starter, how to determine the power levels of your creatures or how to decipher the new appraisal feature.
Another question that most trainers have: how do I know when a Pokemon is going to spawn? You’re obviously less likely to find a Blastoise than you are a Pidgey, but what are the actual spawn rates for each individual Pokemon?
We finally have the answers, thanks to some dedicated fans.
Netflix has decided to break my heart this September. Although most of the titles being rotated off the service next month are somewhat forgettable, there are also a few important losses that will have many subscribers rushing to their screens one last time before the shows and movies vanish for good.
It’s always difficult to cope with the end of summer, but as the temperature drops and the days get shorter, at least we’ll have a wide selection of new shows and movies to watch on Netflix. The streaming service revealed its September lineup on Friday, and there are plenty of worthwhile additions coming next month.
Because there aren’t already enough distractions on the internet to keep your from being productive, Google just added solitaire and tic-tac-toe to Search. Whether you’re on Google.com or using Google’s mobile app, all you have to do is search for either “solitaire” or “tic-tac-toe” and the game will appear.
Being one of the most desirable items on the planet, it’s no wonder that the iPhone is often the target of theft. Apple has done an admirable job of battling back against thieves with tools such as Find My iPhone and giving iPhone owners the ability to wipe their devices remotely when they are lost or stolen.
But the future of iPhone security could be far more impressive.