J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium contained a vast number of exciting stories, yet adaptations have focused on The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
The Hunger Games is packed full of iconic couples, but one of the most surprising of these isn't actually canon in the Mockingjay book.
Before Voldemort terrorized the Wizarding World and Gellert Grindelwald began his campaign, another Harry Potter villain changed history forever.
2012's John Carter was a good movie destroyed by bad marketing. A decade later, the pop culture landscape is ripe for a new take on the classic tale.
Elves and Elf kingdoms are seen all throughout The Lord of the Rings. Where are all the Elven children, though? Tolkien had an answer.
Harry Potter survived Voldemort's first killing attempt as a baby, but how did he survive the Dark Lord's second killing curse in Deathly Hallows?
In the Harry Potter franchise, Severus Snape refers to himself as the "Half-Blood Prince." But what is the meaning behind this title?
The fate of The Capitol's sinister propagandist is left open in The Hunger Games, though rumors suggest something more interesting than execution.
A Harry Potter theory theorizes a larger importance for the Weasleys, and if true, it changes everything fans knew about the family.
Gimli, Galadriel, Faramir, and Eowyn had moments and lasting romantic bonds that impacted Middle-Earth in significant ways.
While Harry Potter is one of the most iconic and beloved franchises, the Fantastic Beasts had many issues that turned it into an unpopular series.
Gone Girl isn’t technically a true story, but a tragic true-crime case and the subsequent media circus somewhat inspired the source novel.
With the exception of Katniss Everdeen, Peeta may be the most important character in The Hunger Games. His fate, and hers, are key to the story.
Director James Gunn's brother, Sean Gunn, revealed an entire battle sequence that was filmed but never made it into Avengers: Endgame's final cut.
Veiled behind intricate storylines and deep character lore, Harry Potter reveals why Voldemort would never succeed in turning Harry to Dark Magic.