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The Defenders: Marvel's Unlikely Heroes Band Together in Badass New Trailer

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At this point, waiting for new episodes of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Daredevil is nearly unbearable. What's a superhero binge-watcher (who has already raced through Iron Fist) to do? Well, in hopes of giving you an exciting distraction, we have some news. The Defenders has released a new trailer, and it's full of action. Even though details are sparse, we're breaking down all the information we've gotten about the show so far. RelatedYour Quick Guide to Netflix's Upcoming Marvel Shows »

- Ryan Roschke

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You Need to Revisit This Moment in the Walking Dead Trailer

2 hours ago

There are so many things happening in the five-minute-long trailer for The Walking Dead's eighth season, but there's one moment that we need to talk about - Ok, two. At the 2:02 mark, we see an eye peering out of a storage container. This situation has two possible causes: someone is voluntarily hiding there to spy on their enemies, or someone has been captured. It could be either, until you get to the 4:09 mark. Is that you, Rick? The man, stripped down to his underwear, is in the same corner of the container. If it is Rick, he's the second member of the good guys to be captured; Gabriel is also in Negan's possession at the start of the trailer. Because this is a trailer for the entire eighth season, it could be a while before we get to this part. Something to look forward to, I guess? »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Here's the Banger of a Song in The Walking Dead's Season 8 Trailer

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The Walking Dead's season eight trailer is clearly divided into three parts: the somber, intense first half, in which we're reunited with all the characters; the action-packed second act; and the head-scratching cliffhanger that shows Old Rick in a hospital bed. Let's talk about that middle section for a minute. While some fans are hating on the upbeat song choice, I think it's a perfect fit to accompany Maggie's call to arms, Daryl's explosions galore, and Carol's return to violence. The track is called "Prisoner's Song" by Dropkick Murphys. It's off the group's 2013 album, Signed and Sealed in Blood, and the lyrics are pitch-perfect for the storyline on The Walking Dead: "Looking on a past where we still had a chance / We were pawns in a game that we could not win / Now we're alone just a pick an' stone / We're dreaming of a future where our ship »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Grab Some Tissues Before Reading Lauren Cohan's Latest Quote About Glenn and Maggie

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Even though Glenn is gone, The Walking Dead has a plan for how to continue his legacy. For years, his beautiful relationship with Maggie was one of the few bright spots on the show. Their love endured trying bouts of separation, as well as plenty of undead blood and guts, but sadly it all came to an end in season seven when Negan bashed Glenn's brains in with his barbed-wire-covered bat. It was a brutal moment for both the characters and The Walking Dead's legions of fans, who are still coming to terms with his absence from the show. While attending the Comic-Con panel for the AMC drama on Friday, a member of the audience asked Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie, what Glenn (Steven Yeun) would want her to pass on to their unborn baby when it finally enters their postapocalyptic world. Cohan, who was still choked up from »

- Quinn Keaney

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19 Major Things We Know About The Walking Dead Season 8 Thanks to the Trailer

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The Walking Dead is set to return this October, but before it does, we have lots to talk about. Season seven is all about making alliances leading up to All Out War, and from what we can tell, the war is on between the Saviors and Rick's army in season eight. While it takes some time to get to the action, the trailer is packed with hints about what we're going to see in the new episodes. There are explosions, people are captured, and Negan is cranky. We've pulled out every important moment from the trailer, some you may not have even noticed, because the trailer moves so quickly. RelatedThe Walking Dead: 4 Things We'd Like to See in Season 8 »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Game of Thrones: Here's the Official Episode Count For Season 7

3 hours ago

We knew season seven of Game of Thrones wouldn't be as long as a regular season, but the final episode count was revealed last year, and it's still making us depressed. This season will consist of seven episodes. Seven. See that picture of Cersei up there? We feel like Septa Unella. At least the episodes are pretty long! »

- Maggie Pehanick

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We Finally Have Answers About the Three-Eyed Raven's Identity on Game of Thrones

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Bran Stark's plot line on Game of Thrones is easily the most confusing of the show, even more so than Jon Snow's convoluted parentage situation. What are the extents of Bran's powers? Is he the root cause of everything on the show? What's the deal with the Three-Eyed Raven? So naturally, when interviewing Bran actor Isaac Hempstead Wright during the Game of Thrones Comic-Con panel, Hodor actor Kristian Nairn asked what everyone was thinking: "what the hell is the Three-Eyed Raven about?" RelatedThe Game of Thrones Cast Had a Blast at Comic-Con - With 1 Very Special Guest Through his answer, Wright (perhaps unintentionally) gave away something viewers have been wondering since season six. "Well, what's interesting about the Three-Eyed Raven is that he's one of the few fragments that remain of the old Westeros, of the sort of ancient kind of magical, mystical side of it. So what exactly his purpose is, »

- Brinton Parker

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We Need to Talk About How Damn Different (and Hot) Twd's King Ezekiel Looks Without Hair

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While attending the Comic-Con panel for The Walking Dead on Friday, most fans found themselves blown away by the action-packed trailer for season eight, as well as some revealing quotes from the cast. But me? I found myself blown away by how damn gorgeous Khary Payton is. Typically when Twd watchers see Payton, he's wearing King Ezekiel's elaborate gray wig and heavy coat. In real life, however, the 45-year-old actor has a shaved head, which makes him a) practically unrecognizable, and b) very attractive. Before you take a look at the photos ahead, I suggest grabbing a water bottle, because Khary Payton is going to make you extremely thirsty. Related7 Signs Your Spouse Is a Walking Dead Superfan »

- Quinn Keaney

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Melisandre and Daenerys Are Meeting Up on Game of Thrones . . . But How?

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During the Game of Thrones preview that debuted at the show's Comic-Con panel, one particular moment stands out. In this snippet, the red priestess, Melisandre, stands before Daenerys Targaryen in the Dragonstone throne room, informing the dragon queen that she and "another" have a role to play, presumably in the "Great War" to come. We've previously predicted that this pair of powerful women would meet up in season seven, but so far the question has remained: how? But now that we've seen them interacting, we'd be willing to bet that their first interaction happens in one specific way. "I believe you have a role to play, as does another." Melisandre is no stranger to Dragonstone, the formidable island fortress where Daenerys has taken up residence upon arriving in Blackwater Bay. As we learned in the season seven premiere, Dragonstone also sits atop a massive cache of dragonglass, a powerful obsidian substance that possesses magical qualities. »

- Brinton Parker

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You'll Never Guess the Game of Thrones Character Sophie Turner Would Bring Back to Life

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All of the characters on Game of Thrones have suffered in some horrifying way over the course of the show's seven seasons, but few have endured worse than Sansa Stark. The eldest daughter of the Stark family begins the series with her head in the clouds, a prissy young lady whose only goal is to marry Joffrey Baratheon. Unfortunately her relationship with the young king quickly sours due to the fact he's a raging, murderous psychopath (suddenly those guys holding up fish on Tinder don't seem so bad, right?). Joffrey physically, verbally, and mentally tortures Sansa, which is a big reason his grisly death in season four is so damn satisfying. At the show's girl-power-themed Comic-Con panel on Friday, moderator Kristian Nairn (aka Hodor) asked the cast which character they'd bring back from the dead if they could, à la Beric Dondarrion. Of all the people Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa, »

- Quinn Keaney

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The Walking Dead: Things Between Carl, Rick, and Negan Are About to Get Awkward

4 hours ago

Season eight of The Walking Dead has to be more uplifting than season seven, right? Maybe, but then again, maybe a bunch of people get ripped apart by walkers and we all end up dead on the inside, yet again. AMC revealed the trailer and premiere date for season eight during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday, while the cast gave away what little they could about the upcoming episodes. One relationship we're looking forward to dissecting is the one budding between Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). The two characters form an unlikely friendship in the comic books, and the show's writers seem to loosely be following that same path. "Ever since the comics and the whole Carl and Negan storyline came out, I've been so, so excited for the whole arc between the two," Riggs said at the panel. "I can't wait." When asked whether Carl »

- Maggie Pehanick

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The Overwhelming Theme of the Game of Thrones Comic-Con Panel? Women Kicking Ass

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The cast of Game of Thrones swung by Comic-Con's legendary Hall H on Friday for a panel about the show, where they touched on everything from turning the HBO hit into a musical about a cyborg to how freakin' adorable Alfie Allen's dog is. Though the topics ranged far and wide, a theme began to emerge in a lot of their answers: the show's female characters are ridiculously badass. From Sophie Turner's thoughts on what the future holds for Sansa to Gwendoline Christie's opinion on Brienne of Tarth's love life, check out the highlights below. RelatedThis New Look at Game of Thrones Season 7 Is Tense as Hell Gwendoline Christie on what Brienne thinks of Tormund's flirtations: "What I love about Brienne of Tarth is that I don't think that at the foremost of her consciousness is a value system that's based on how men appreciate her. But »

- Quinn Keaney

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Here's When The Walking Dead Season 8 Will Premiere!

4 hours ago

The Walking Dead may not be at the top of your mind right now, but it'll be back before you know it. Season eight already looks like a bloody and intense batch of episodes, and AMC revealed the premiere date during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday. It officially begins on - drumroll, please - Oct. 22! We'll have to wait until then to see if Rick can defeat Negan, how much the Whisperers will be involved, and whether Carl and Negan get as close as they do in the comics. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Why We All Need to Stop Waiting For The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead to Intersect

5 hours ago

It's a question that the cast of Fear the Walking Dead gets all the time: will the characters ever meet up with Rick Grimes and his comrades from The Walking Dead? Producer Robert Kirkman addressed the possibility once and for all (or at least, for now) during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday. He explained that it would be difficult for the writers to make it happen, because not only are the crews in very different places geographically, but the stories are also occurring in different time periods. "Walking Dead season eight is so far ahead of the timeline compared to Fear the Walking Dead season three," Kirkman joked. "But Daryl Dixon [in] season eight is going to find a magical telephone to call back in time to Madison later on in this season three." Magic phone aside, the producer said that "it's something we'd love to try and work out. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Very Important: Alfie Allen Brought a Puppy to the Game of Thrones Comic-Con Panel

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Dragons? Direwolves? Three-Eyed Ravens? Nahhh, no, thank you - the only animal we're interested in talking about from the Game of Thrones panel at San Diego Comic-Con is Alfie Allen's dog, Abby. When the Theon Greyjoy actor walked on stage in the 6,500-capacity Hall H, the massive room erupted in thunderous applause and delighted screams of: "He brought a puppy!" Alfie carried the tiny, adorable ball of fluff in his arms as he took his seat on the panel, and let's be real . . . for the people who waited in line for 12+ hours, this made everything worthwhile. "Her name is Abby, by the way," Alfie told the huge crowd of Game of Thrones fans, and it's no surprise that he began trending on Twitter within minutes. While the thousands of people in the audience were also treated to a new season seven trailer, hilarious insights from the cast, and a »

- Brinton Parker

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This New Look at Game of Thrones Season 7 Is Tense as Hell

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It wouldn't be a Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con without some spoilery footage! HBO unveiled a new look at season seven during the show's panel on Friday, and the minute-long video is now available online. Some highlights: Winter is coming (duh), the various families across Westeros are split on whether to trust Dany and her dragons, Euron still looks like Jack Sparrow, and a ton of people are doing sexy stuff. Cersei and Jaime are making out (ew), Missandei is ripping open Grey Worm's jacket, and Yara and Ellaria are kissing, which we're already seen. The most exciting part, however, is the end. Dany and Melisandre are face to face, and the Red Priestess proclaims, "I believe you have a role to play, as does another." Ohhh, does this have anything to do with Azor Ahai?! »

- Maggie Pehanick

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So, Are Grey Worm and Missandei a Couple or What?

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It's a tale as old as time: a sexy eunuch meets a former-slave-turned-right-hand-woman-of-the-Dragon-Queen, and sparks fly. Ok, maybe it's a tale as old as Game of Thrones, but still. What the heck is even going on with Grey Worm and Missandei? Are they a couple? Will we see more of them together? Despite their flirtations over the seasons, Miss Worm (as I'm choosing to call them) aren't official. "There's things firing between them," said Jacob Anderson (aka Grey Worm) during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday. "There's chemistry. I want those kids to be happy. I want them to find happiness with each other. Everything is so sad." Truer words have never been spoken. RelatedHere's What It Would Take For Tormund to Have a Real Shot With Brienne When asked if Dany would be happy about the union, Anderson said, "She'd do the wedding! She'd be involved. Not involved." Way to make it weird. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Here's What It Would Take For Tormund to Have a Real Shot With Brienne

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Despite moderator Kristian Nairn's best efforts to secure Gwendoline Christie's heart during Friday's Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con, Christie confirmed that Tormund still has a shot with Brienne. In regards to the sparks between Brienne of Tarth and Tormund Giantsbane, Nairn asked, "Do you think she secretly enjoys being appreciated as a woman and a warrior?" "What I love about Brienne of Tarth is I don't think that at the foremost of her consciousness is a value system that's based on how men appreciate her," Christie said. "But, who doesn't like being appreciated as both, really? I don't think that's really invested in, at all. I think she's finding it incredibly awkward . . . there's always that potential. Do you all think she likes him? Or does she like someone else?" She was, of course, referring to Jaime Lannister, for whom Brienne still clearly fosters feelings. So what would »

- Maggie Pehanick

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It's Time to Overanalyze the First American Horror Story: Cult Teaser

7 hours ago

It's that time of year again! Time to crawl under your blanket and whimper, because American Horror Story is coming back. This week, creator Ryan Murphy revealed that season seven is titled American Horror Story: Cult. In addition to getting some exciting details on his Twitter account, we saw the first major teaser of the season, and there's a lot to go over. Ready for some in-depth analysis of everything you've seen so far? Because we sure are. 1. The Bees Connect to the Ideology of a Cult In just the past week, Murphy has layered a bunch of bee symbolism into his Cult teasers. He posted an Instagram of a man covered in bees. The shortened teaser on AHS7.com shows a man releasing a swarm of bees from his mouth, and much of the full-length teaser features that six-sided hexagon, which obviously correlates to the six-sided honeycomb of a beehive. »

- Ryan Roschke

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You Need to Watch the Trailer For The Walking Dead Until the Very End

8 hours ago

Nothing can prepare you for the eighth season of The Walking Dead. This week at Comic-Con, we got our first in-depth look at what's to come, and as you might expect, things are about to get dicey with Negan. But it's not just the huge war in the trailer that has us freaking out. The last few seconds show a pretty insane twist. Could we see a huge time jump before the season ends? Is it merely just a dream sequence, like those scenes with Abraham in the season seven finale? Watch and decide for yourself. Either way, season eight just might change the game. »

- Ryan Roschke

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