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Sonic 3 Confirms a Major Character Casting

Wes Ball details the setting for Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. New set pictures reveal Disney’s live-action take on Lilo & Stitch. Plus, another Marvel Netflix star wants to make a return for Daredevil: Born Again. Spoilers, away!Spoilers of the Week: August 12thSonic the Hedgehog 3In a recent Instagram post, Alya Browne confirmed she’s playing Dr. Robotnik’s cousin, Maria, in Sonic the Hedgehog 3. BladeAccording to a new report from The InSneider (via Coming Soon), Mahershala Ali is still attached to star in…

David Tennant Sure Sounds Like He’s Done With Doctor Who for a Long Time

Screenshot: BBCDavid Tennant is the most popular actor to play the Doctor of the modern era—arguably, brushing up against Tom Baker’s fourth incarnation to be the most popular of them all, full stop—so it’s no surprise that he’s kept slowly but surely returning as Doctor Who celebrates its big birthdays over the last decade. But after coming back as an entirely new Doctor last year, Tennant seems to be very much entering his Retirement Lord era.Why Bitcoin won’t reach $1,000,000 “The door is not any more open than it ever

Night Country’s Chilling First Episode Is Streaming Free on YouTube

A somber theme emerges in episode one of True Detective: Night Country.Photo: Michele K. Short/HBOIf you’ve been curious about True Detective: Night Country, but don’t have an HBO or Max subscription, prepare to be further tempted: episode one is now streaming free on YouTube. Writer-director Issa López’s (Tigers Are Not Afraid) new installment of the anthology series is an Alaska-set tale that tips its fur-lined cap to John Carpenter’s The Thing; it also features a rare TV series appearance by Jodie Foster, in a role

Doctor Who Set Pictures Reveal Its Newest Companion

Get a teeny new glimpse of Godzilla x Kong in more international footage. Apple TV+’s Constellation puts Noomi Rapace through a sci-fi horror. Terry Matalas has more ideas if Star Trek: Legacy ever happens. Plus, get a new look at Kung Fu Panda 4. Spoilers, away!Will We See More of Uhura's Relationship with Spock? | io9 InterviewMortal Kombat 2Filming has officially wrapped on Mortal Kombat 2 according to director Todd Garner on Twitter.Lisa FrankensteinBloody-Disgusting has a new poster for Lisa Frankenstein, a…

Andor’s Verada Sethu Will Be Doctor Who’s Next Companion

Image: Disney/LucasfilmAs Ncuti Gatwa’s just beginning his tenure on Doctor Who, his newest companion Ruby Sunday (Millie Gibson) won’t be along for his full ride. Per Variety, Gibson will be on the show after a single season, after which she’ll be replaced by Verada Sethu, last seen as Cinta Kaz over on Andor. Season 15 of the hit BBC series is presently shooting in Wales, and earlier in the week, there were reports online circulating of the impeding exit/new arrival. At this time, no further information on Sethu’s

Would Peter Capaldi Return to Doctor Who?

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This Doctor Who Short Sends a Classic Companion to the Time War’s Front Lines

The announcement trailers for new entries in Doctor Who’s classic-era remasters just keep getting more and more involved. At first, it was just a cute way to bring back a classic companion for a fun moment or a short skit, but now they’ve gotten so big the latest gives us a whole new look at the final days of The Last Great Time War.Are You Rich Enough to Buy This Folding TV?Made to announce that season 15 of classic Who is the latest to get the Collection treatment, “The Final Battle” brings back Louise Jameson’s Leela,…

Star Wars Drama, Doctor Who Complaints, and 2024 Previews in the Culture News of the Week

The first week of 2024 is over, and we celebrated by looking ahead—with what to read, what to watch, and what Lego to buy, of course, as well as a celebrating just how weird 2024 is in Star Trek’s timeline. There’s all that, Doctor Who continuing to ride its current high, and what to expect out of a public domain Mickey Mouse. Come take a look at what you might have missed!—James WhitbrookJames Mangold on his Future Star Wars Film | io9 Interview2024 Is a Hell of a Year in Star Trek HistoryScreenshot: ParamountThe year

Weekend Io9 Roundup January 06, 2024

2024 Is a Hell of a Year in Star Trek HistoryScreenshot: ParamountDon’t Mess With Luthen and His Fricking Lasership | Andor ReviewThe year 2024 is shaping up to be solid for Star Trek in our own reality—we’ve got the final season of Discovery, work is underway on Michelle Yeoh’s Section 31 film, and we’ve got the future of Strange New Worlds, Prodigy, and Lower Decks to look towards (and maybe even more?). But in Star Trek itself, this year is... well, it’s not great.- James Whitbrook Read MoreDoctor Who's New Streaming

Doctor Who’s New Streaming Home Has Been a Huge Success

To celebrate Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary last year, the BBC made a huge, unprecedented move: for the first time, almost the entirety of Doctor Who, from episodes from 1963 all the way up to the then-airing anniversary specials, would be made available to stream in the UK in one place, on the BBC’s own streaming platform iPlayer. And it turns out doing so has helped the BBC break streaming records over the festive period.Alan Cumming on playing King James in Doctor WhoThe corporation has announced that Doctor Who—and…