It's not only Doctor Who that gets the prequel and prologue minisodes now.
Only one of the Day of the Doctor Doctors appears in this minisode. Matt Smith, David Tennant or John Hurt? Now you can find out... and be very surprised.
Apologies for my paucity of blogging, I'm overseas with a broken internet situation and while this story is costing me a little cash money and a lot of sweat to post, it's just too interesting to pass over.
As directed by Greg Nicotero, The Oath is a three-part series of short Walking Dead episodes, adding up to one prequel story.
Prequels work out so well for Lucasfilm, who can blame them for having another go?
Ahead of this week's Comic Con unveiling of some early, CG ape-less footage, Fox have opened up a website for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
If you go into this prequel worried that it might in some way clash with or betray the original film, just a few minutes should put your mind at rest...
Following Shadowhunter Clary Fray as she goes on a journey of self discovery - of course - and a quest to save her mum from vampires, demons, werewolves and the like.
Glen Mazzara is probably best known, certainly most discussed, as one of the toppled showrunners of The Walking Dead, but his previous credits include runs on Nash Bridges, The Shield and the TV spin-off of Crash.
They call it a prequel, its arguably a prologue, but what really matters is that it's new Doctor Who and you can watch it now.
What happened to Norman and his mother? Well, here's one pretty big thing, just to get them started.
Monsters Inc. was a Sully story but it seems like Monsters University is a Mike story.
And she thinks the audience will be disappointed if she's not in it.
Adding zombies to the British gangster movie.
"Turkish, is he?"
Priming you for RZA's directorial debut.
Setting up The Power of Three and, retroactively, A Town Called Mercy.
From Judge Dredd Megazine, a prequel to the new Dredd movie. In comic book form…
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