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Report: Salma Hayek in talks to join Marvel's The Eternals

Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek Pinault is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Marvel's The Eternals, according to The Wrap. Not much is known about the character Hayek would play though, as it's all being kept hush-hush, per usual.

WIRE Buzz: Helena Bonham Carter joins Enola Holmes; Stranger Things boss gets The Message; more

The Sherlock Holmes universe is getting even more star power.

Max Wright, the beleaguered dad from Alf, dies at 75

Accomplished actor Max Wright, who might be best remembered as the dad on the '80s sci-fi sitcom Alf, has passed away at the age of 75.

Captain Nemo would be proud! Mysterious giant squid filmed in U.S. waters for first time

Captain Nemo, the mad underwater adventurer from Jules Verne's classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, may have grappled with a ravenous giant squid on screen, but these mysterious deep-sea creatures are seldom ever captured on film in real life.

Effortlessly menacing character actor Billy Drago dies at 73

Billy Drago, a career character actor with a penchant for playing shifty-eyed nogoodniks, has died at the age of 73. The actor passed away Monday at his home in Los Angeles, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Nerdy Jobs: DC Comics Archivist Benjamin LeClear

Do you love your job? It’s a rare thing to land in a career that you truly enjoy, but Benjamin LeClear has a job that may be the envy of comic geeks everywhere. LeClear is the official DC Archivist, and he curates one of the most stunning collections of DC comics, artwork, and collectibles ever assembled. DC may not have everything ever made for their characters, but it’s pretty close!

Ian Ziering surfs the zombie tsumani in Zombie Tidal Wave

If the prospect of passing this summer’s sharky season without a new entry in SYFY’s late, great Sharknado franchise has you gnashing your teeth, turn that great-white frown upside-down right this minute.

Why Susan Sontag's 'The Imagination of Disaster' is still relevant

Earlier this year, Susan Sontag’s seminal 1964 essay, “Notes on ‘Camp,’” provided the inspiration for the 2019 Met Gala. But another Sontag essay is also proving its relevance more than 50 years after it was first published.

Ghost Hunters leads spooky new lineup of paranormal shows set to haunt A&E

Look out, you ghouls. Ghost Hunters' Grant Wilson has assembled a new paranormal detective team, and they’re about to document a fresh series of spooky searches when the iconic series returns to TV this summer as part of A&E’s big new push into the realms of the unknown.

Annabelle Comes Home director would love a Ferryman movie, mourns Swamp Thing cancellation

Gary Dauberman has quickly become the voice for a new generation of horror. He penned the three Annabelle films and makes his directorial debut with Annabelle Comes Home. In addition, his screenwriting credits include The Nun, It, and DC Universe's (short-lived) Swamp Thing TV series.

WIRE Buzz: Chris Rock's Saw filming; Stranger Things 3 to Fun Fair; more

Torture porn makes a comeback, Netflix trust falls into the 1980s, and CBS renews a show that would make Henry Jones Jr. proud. We've got it all (and more!) in the latest edition of WIRE Buzz.

Artists Alley: Kamille Areopagita shows us how to animate Gwen Stacy

Prior to 2014, Gwen Stacy was best known for being Spider-Man’s dead girlfriend. But in the Spider-Verse crossover, fans were introduced to a Gwen Stacy who was the Spider-Woman of her world. She also made her big-screen debut in last year’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.