If You Want to Punish Yourself, Relive Negan’s Brutal WALKING DEAD Murders in LEGO Form

Though it's probably assumed, let's just go ahead and mention right up front that this video contains massive spoilers for the most recent season premiere of The Walking Dead. If you're not caught up, turn back now.

Personally, I stopped watching The Walking Dead years ago, but I watched this video just to make sure it was legit before I posted it, and even as someone who gave up on the show, I have to say that this was an effective piece of television. I got a sick, sinking feeling in my stomach watching it, and I don't even have any attachment at all to these characters. I can't imagine what it must have been like to be a massive fan of Abraham and Glenn and to see this go down in such a brutal way. But hey, if you're into self-punishment and didn't get enough from just watching the actual premiere, relive the carnage below in LEGO form:

HBO Boss Addresses WESTWORLD Fan Theories and Why He Hasn’t Renewed The Show For Season 2 Yet

Westworld has become the next big prestige show that everyone's talking about, which is great news for Casey Bloys. He's the new head of programming at HBO, and the network desperately needed a big hit with Game of Thrones coming to a close and a few high-profile but lackluster efforts not panning out (here's lookin' at you, Vinyl).

In a new interview with Variety, Bloys spoke about why he hasn't officially renewed the show for a second season yet:

"I want to get a very complete picture of the ratings, which seem to be doing very well, so we’re happy with that. [The executive producers are] going to talk to us about what they envision a second season being. But right now I would say it’s looking really good. We’re very pleased with how it’s doing."

Seems a little odd to me that the show hasn't been renewed yet, especially since the production specifically took a well-publicized break so they could map out five seasons of the plot. But I guess they Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy, and J.J. Abrams still have to officially pitch season 2 to Bloys, so let's hope that goes well.

Elsewhere in the interview, Bloys addressed some of the fan theories that have been floating around online about the show. I'm sure you've heard of most of them by now: the prominent ones involve William (Jimmi Simpson) and The Man in Black (Ed Harris) being the same person only 30 years apart, and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) being an android. When mentioning what people should look forward to in the second half of season one, Bloys mentioned some of those theories:

"All I would say is, it’s a very satisfying end. I think questions will be answered. I love reading the fan theories online. I think it’s great the way people have engaged. I’m just pleased to see the reception from an engagement point of view, and that it has started all of these conversations. I think people will get the answers they’re looking for by the end of Season One. A lot of the ones that people are buzzing about. There are a lot of theories out there, and with some of them, I’ve been very impressed with how they’ve constructed the guesses. I’ll just say, they’re getting close.
I think a lot of the fans are engaging with Dolores and Maeve specifically, and so from an emotional point of view, I think that will grow, in terms of those characters’ journeys. And from a mystery point of view and a story point of view, I think you will get — I don’t know if “answers” is the right word, but maybe it’s “satisfaction.” You’ll see how Ford and the Man in Black play out by the end, story-wise."

Intriguing. He obviously knows how season one will end, and it'll be fascinating to see how many of the mysteries the show has set up will pay off relatively quickly. He sure seems to be indicating that we'll find out a lot at the end of season one, which leaves me wondering where the story will go in the future — assuming he grants them a second season, which seems all but a given at this point.

What do you think? What are your favorite Westworld theories, and which ones do you think could end up being true?

Fun Fan Art Reimagines Cars as Iconic Horror Movie Characters For Halloween

I've got a great series of fan art here for you to check out that wonderfully reimagines cars as iconic horror movie characters. They include a Xenomorph as a Tesla Model X; Freddy Krueger as an Ariel Nomad; Ghostface as an Alfa Romeo 4C; Frankenstein as a Mercedes-AMG G63; Jason Voorhees as an Abarth 595; The Grady Twins as Smart cars; Dracula as a Mazda MX-5; Hannibal Lector as a Jeep Wrangler; Leatherface as a Dodge RAM 1500; and Pinhead as a Citroen C4 Cactus. The art series comes from CarWow, and it came with the following note:

Great horror movies are defined by the terrifying monsters they feature. Even the scariest characters still need to get to the shops for a pint of blood or a copy of The Guardian, however. With Halloween upon us, we wondered what cars would the most famous horror movie villains drive? Would they favour practicality over striking fear into the hearts of their prey? Or would they just flat-out prefer flattening their foe?

Each piece also comes with a breakdown of why each car was chosen to represent the characters. You can read through all of those here if you want.

Photos From ALIEN: COVENANT Surface Featuring Xenomorphs, Facehuggers, and More

There's been a lot of talk and information regarding the kind of Xenomorph aliens that we'll see in Ridley Scott's upcoming Alien: Covenant. Most recently, we learned that the aliens will be referred to as "Neomorphs," and if you want to read more information on them and how they are born, click here.

Scott also previously revealed that we will see every version of the Xenomorph in the upcoming film. He explained, “We’ll have them all. Egg, face-hugger, chest-burster, then the big boy.” Now thanks to SoIsItAnyGood, we have our first look at some of these aliens! 

Below you'll find a look at some eggs, a facehugger, some kind of possible chestbuster, and a crazy-looking creature that could be the neomorph, which looks like a deformed version of the classic alien. There's one other image and it looks like a Space Jockey type chamber, but I'm not really sure. The movie is set ten years after the events of Prometheus, and this is the synopsis:

“Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the crew of the colony ship Covenant discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world — whose sole inhabitant is the ‘synthetic’ David (Michael Fassbender), survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition.”

Alien: Covenant opens in theaters on October 6, 2017.

Director Doug Liman Discusses JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK and Turning the Comic Book Genre on Its Head

When I first learned that Doug Liman was hired to direct Warner Bros. Dark Universe, a.k.a. Justice League Dark, I thought he was a solid choice. I had really hoped that Guillermo del Toro's version of the film would happen, but I think Liman will give fans something fun and exciting. This is the guy who brought us films such as Edge of TomorrowSwingers, Go, The Bourne Identity, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith.

For the first time since the director was brought on to work on the film, he talked about it in an interview with IGN. He explained that he's the guy the studio wants because he is the one who will turn the comic book genre on its head. When asked if he was excited to be working on the project he said:

"Yeah, I mean first of all, I love those characters, and I love Warner Bros., and I love [producer] Scott Rudin, and it’s -- and you know, I get asked to come in and do things that are 'unconventional.' If people want conventional, they don’t come to me. It’s why doing Invisible was like right up my alley -- because how can you be conventional when there aren’t even conventions that exist? And so you know when Warner Bros. wants to sort of turn the comic book genre on its head, they call me."

When asked if that was the goal for Dark Universe, the director explained what the studios expect from him with the films he makes:

"Yeah. It’s like how do you fundamentally reinvent what people are doing? And that’s the good and the bad news of this sort of box I’ve been put in. I mean, you’d think it was by design, but it wasn’t. It is exactly what I should be doing, but I’m just so grateful that -- you know sometimes I’m working on a project and I pitch an idea that’s too conventional, and the producers will say back to me 'That’s not Doug Liman enough.' Which is like a weird thing, because I’m like 'Well that -- it was my idea! How can you say it’s not me?' And they’re like 'No, because when we think of you, we think of like, you know -- that just seems too ordinary.'
"So even if I wanted to be a little bit more conventional, like, the system doesn’t want me to be. But since I do treat every project as a form of a film school, 'OK I haven’t done that genre and how am I going to do it and how am I going to do it in a way that no one’s done it before,' so that’s, you know, I haven’t done a comic book film, and that’s -- am I going to do it in a new way that’s unlike what anyone else has ever done, and come up with a couple of rules for myself of what we’re not going to do that other people do."

Liman has always had a fun and unique style to his storytelling. I really like what he's done with most of his films, especially Edge of Tomorrow. That movie was so freakin' good! I'm sure he'll end up doing some great things with Dark Universe, and I'm looking forward to seeing what that will be. But will he really be able to turn the comic book genre on its head? I guess we'll just have to wait and see. 

Director Doug Liman Discusses JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK and Turning the Comic Book Genre on Its Head

When I first learned that Doug Liman was hired to direct Warner Bros. Dark Universe, a.k.a. Justice League Dark, I thought he was a solid choice. I had really hoped that Guillermo del Toro's version of the film would happen, but I think Liman will give fans something fun and exciting. This is the guy who brought us films such as Edge of TomorrowSwingers, Go, The Bourne Identity, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith.

For the first time since the director was brought on to work on the film, he talked about it in an interview with IGN. He explained that he's the guy the studio wants because he is the one who will turn the comic book genre on its head. When asked if he was excited to be working on the project he said:

"Yeah, I mean first of all, I love those characters, and I love Warner Bros., and I love [producer] Scott Rudin, and it’s -- and you know, I get asked to come in and do things that are 'unconventional.' If people want conventional, they don’t come to me. It’s why doing Invisible was like right up my alley -- because how can you be conventional when there aren’t even conventions that exist? And so you know when Warner Bros. wants to sort of turn the comic book genre on its head, they call me."

When asked if that was the goal for Dark Universe, the director explained what the studios expect from him with the films he makes:

"Yeah. It’s like how do you fundamentally reinvent what people are doing? And that’s the good and the bad news of this sort of box I’ve been put in. I mean, you’d think it was by design, but it wasn’t. It is exactly what I should be doing, but I’m just so grateful that -- you know sometimes I’m working on a project and I pitch an idea that’s too conventional, and the producers will say back to me 'That’s not Doug Liman enough.' Which is like a weird thing, because I’m like 'Well that -- it was my idea! How can you say it’s not me?' And they’re like 'No, because when we think of you, we think of like, you know -- that just seems too ordinary.'
"So even if I wanted to be a little bit more conventional, like, the system doesn’t want me to be. But since I do treat every project as a form of a film school, 'OK I haven’t done that genre and how am I going to do it and how am I going to do it in a way that no one’s done it before,' so that’s, you know, I haven’t done a comic book film, and that’s -- am I going to do it in a new way that’s unlike what anyone else has ever done, and come up with a couple of rules for myself of what we’re not going to do that other people do."

Liman has always had a fun and unique style to his storytelling. I really like what he's done with most of his films, especially Edge of Tomorrow. That movie was so freakin' good! I'm sure he'll end up doing some great things with Dark Universe, and I'm looking forward to seeing what that will be. But will he really be able to turn the comic book genre on its head? I guess we'll just have to wait and see. 

Director Doug Liman Discusses JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK and Turning the Comic Book Genre on Its Head

When I first learned that Doug Liman was hired to direct Warner Bros. Dark Universe, a.k.a. Justice League Dark, I thought he was a solid choice. I had really hoped that Guillermo del Toro's version of the film would happen, but I think Liman will give fans something fun and exciting. This is the guy who brought us films such as Edge of TomorrowSwingers, Go, The Bourne Identity, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith.

For the first time since the director was brought on to work on the film, he talked about it in an interview with IGN. He explained that he's the guy the studio wants because he is the one who will turn the comic book genre on its head. When asked if he was excited to be working on the project he said:

"Yeah, I mean first of all, I love those characters, and I love Warner Bros., and I love [producer] Scott Rudin, and it’s -- and you know, I get asked to come in and do things that are 'unconventional.' If people want conventional, they don’t come to me. It’s why doing Invisible was like right up my alley -- because how can you be conventional when there aren’t even conventions that exist? And so you know when Warner Bros. wants to sort of turn the comic book genre on its head, they call me."

When asked if that was the goal for Dark Universe, the director explained what the studios expect from him with the films he makes:

"Yeah. It’s like how do you fundamentally reinvent what people are doing? And that’s the good and the bad news of this sort of box I’ve been put in. I mean, you’d think it was by design, but it wasn’t. It is exactly what I should be doing, but I’m just so grateful that -- you know sometimes I’m working on a project and I pitch an idea that’s too conventional, and the producers will say back to me 'That’s not Doug Liman enough.' Which is like a weird thing, because I’m like 'Well that -- it was my idea! How can you say it’s not me?' And they’re like 'No, because when we think of you, we think of like, you know -- that just seems too ordinary.'
"So even if I wanted to be a little bit more conventional, like, the system doesn’t want me to be. But since I do treat every project as a form of a film school, 'OK I haven’t done that genre and how am I going to do it and how am I going to do it in a way that no one’s done it before,' so that’s, you know, I haven’t done a comic book film, and that’s -- am I going to do it in a new way that’s unlike what anyone else has ever done, and come up with a couple of rules for myself of what we’re not going to do that other people do."

Liman has always had a fun and unique style to his storytelling. I really like what he's done with most of his films, especially Edge of Tomorrow. That movie was so freakin' good! I'm sure he'll end up doing some great things with Dark Universe, and I'm looking forward to seeing what that will be. But will he really be able to turn the comic book genre on its head? I guess we'll just have to wait and see. 

Fan-Made LOGAN Trailer Takes Us Through Wolverine’s Journey in the X-MEN Saga

As you know, Logan is the last film in which we will get to see Hugh Jackman in the iconic role of Wolverine. It's been quite a fun ride seeing the character's evolution over the years, and it looks like Logan will be a masterpiece conclusion for the character.

While we wait to see more of the film, I've got an awesome fan-made trailer for you to check out that was created by YouTube user afauclair. It's called "X-Men Saga Recut," and it takes us through Wolverine's journey in the X-Men franchise by cutting in footage from all of the previous films. I think it turned out pretty cool! Check it out!