First Rick and Morty dropped by the My Little Pony universe, and now Game of Thrones has opened a portal. The HBO drama’s creators and star Peter Dinklage apparently contributed a commentary track to the infamous “Pickle Rick” episode, and you can hear the first clip right now.
Thanos is undeniably the most formidable opponent the Avengers have ever faced, and while Josh Brolin’s big angry purple space titan could easily take on Marvel’s mightiest heroes all by himself, that wouldn’t exactly be much fun — would it? Enter the Black Order, aka the Children of Thanos, seen squaring off with Cap, Black Widow and Falcon in a brand new clip from Infinity War.
We thought it a little odd that Tom Hanks was noodling over a new David Pumpkins sketch before SNL even got to October, and NBC has finally answered our questions. The viral Halloween character will return for a half-hour animated special, with Hanks and Peter Dinklage lending their voices.
Game of Thrones gave us whiplash with all the reunions and returns of this past Sunday’s “Eastwatch,” though at least a few character moments felt shortchanged. As Jerome Flynn now tells us, producers scrapped what was clearly the most important reunion of all.
Game of Thrones is debuting later in the year than ever, but that doesn’t dampen our excitement for the first official Season 7 trailer one bit. Watch the world of Westeros get a little colder, even as the Great War heats up in the penultimate season’s first official trailer.
Mildred Hayes has had it. It’s been weeks since her daughter was brutally raped and murdered, and the local police force in Ebbing, Missouri don’t have a single perp to show for all their efforts. Feeling disrespected and unheard, Mildred does the only thing an ordinary citizen at the end of their rope can do: she clarifies which cursewords you can put on a billboard and puts a message right where area sheriff Willoughby will see it. Them’s fightin’ words on her billboards, reading “RAPED WHILE DYING. STILL NO ARRESTS. HOW COME, CHIEF WILLOUGHBY?” And in the newly released red-band trailer begins a long, farcical, spiteful conflict between one-woman army MIldred and the local cops.
As is typically the case when a new actor joins the MCU, there’s been plenty of speculation about who Peter Dinklage might be playing in Avengers: Infinity War. But recent photos of the actor’s new hairdo, of all things, may help narrow those numerous possibilities down to just a couple — unless, of course, Joe and Anthony Russo have come up with something a little less expected.