Syfy Cancels ‘The Expanse’ After Three Seasons – ScreenHub Entertainment

by Sean Gallagher

Syfy, your go-to destination for all things Sharknado, has cancelled its flagship series, The Expanse after three seasons. Based on the on going book series by James S.A. Corey, the show was a tale set in the future, with Earth having successfully colonized the solar system. The show was one full of layered characters, tense political landscapes on the brink of war, wonderful visual effects and a plot that weaved multiple protagonists into one cohesive plot. In fact, I’d say the series is science fictions answer to Game of Thrones.

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Eiza Gonzales Joins Schwarzenegger and Fassbender on ‘Kung Fury II’: Here’s Everything We Know So Far – ScreenHub Entertainment

By Sebastian Sheath The cult short film Kung Fury (which you can watch below in its entirety) was released 3 years ago thanks to record-breaking Kickstarter success and has since then gained over 29 million views on YouTube alone. Late last year, a full feature length sequel was announced, directed by David Sandberg (who directed the original). Since then, we have been getting a little news every … Continue reading Eiza Gonzales Joins Schwarzenegger and Fassbender on ‘Kung Fury II’: Here’s Everything We Know So Far – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Avengers: Infinity’ War Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Directed by the Russo Brothers (Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War), and starring an all-star cast including Robert Downey Jr. (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Chaplin), Scarlett Johansson (Lost In Translation, Isle of Dogs), Josh Brolin (Deadpool 2, Sicario), and Mark Ruffalo (Begin Again, Spotlight), Avengers: Infinity War draws in the best in the business to create the biggest film of all time. The lead-up … Continue reading ‘Avengers: Infinity’ War Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Truth About ‘Alien 5’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

For the last four years, few films have been as talked about as Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5. Taking place after James Cameron’s Aliens, Blomkamp’s project told of an alternate fate for Ellen Ripley where Hicks and Newt were still alive and the three of them would face off against Ripley’s extraterrestrial foe one final time. Shortly before the release of Alien: Covenant, however, the film … Continue reading The Truth About ‘Alien 5’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Character Descriptions Revealed: Here’s Everything We Know About HBO’s Watchmen So Far – ScreenHub Entertainment

By Sebastian Sheath Early last year, the rumour of an HBO Watchmen show began but no more news came for another six months. I had assumed that the idea had not gone any further until 6 months ago when Damon Lindelof started getting active on Instagram. Now, the news is coming out on a monthly basis as we gradually find out more about the show. In this … Continue reading Character Descriptions Revealed: Here’s Everything We Know About HBO’s Watchmen So Far – ScreenHub Entertainment

6 Years On: The Cast Of ‘The Avengers’ Then And Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

6 years ago today, Marvel’s The Avengers was released in cinema’s worldwide and ended Phase 1 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 6 years later, it’s all coming together in the coming weeks with Avengers: Infinity War as we see the mad Titan Thanos complete the Infinity Gauntlet and destroy half the universe. The MCU has shown us everything from Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Black Panther to Thor: Ragnarok and The Guardians of … Continue reading 6 Years On: The Cast Of ‘The Avengers’ Then And Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

Monolith of Mystery: How ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Celebrates The Unknown – ScreenHub Entertainment

On its 50th anniversary, Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke’s science fiction epic, 2001: A Space Odyssey is still considered one of the most iconic films in history. How is it this film has survived for so long? It has many virtues, from its provocative ideas to some still convincing effects work, but perhaps its most lasting power comes from the film’s most significant character, who after … Continue reading Monolith of Mystery: How ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Celebrates The Unknown – ScreenHub Entertainment

Full ‘Westworld Season 2’ Trailer Breakdown: How To Find The Second, Secret Trailer – ScreenHub Entertainment

(Disclaimer: This post contains spoilers for Westworld Season 1 and mild spoilers for Season 2. Also, none of this should be taken as fact as it is simply speculation) Earlier today, we got a full trailer for season two of the HBO hit TV show Westworld. Aside from a short Super Bowl teaser, we have not seen or heard a lot about the second season … Continue reading Full ‘Westworld Season 2’ Trailer Breakdown: How To Find The Second, Secret Trailer – ScreenHub Entertainment

While Waiting For Season 2 of ‘Westworld,’ Check Out the Classic That Started It All – ScreenHub Entertainment

In October of 2016, the TV series Westworld made its debut on HBO. It quickly became HBO’s most-watched first season program since True Detective, getting both critical acclaim and consistently high ratings. The second season has been in production for almost a year, and we just got a trailer. So while we’re waiting, might I suggest watching the classic on which it was based? The original … Continue reading While Waiting For Season 2 of ‘Westworld,’ Check Out the Classic That Started It All – ScreenHub Entertainment

What Is Intelligence? The Philosophy Of ‘Ex Machina’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

By Sebastian Sheath Warning: This post contains spoilers for Alex Garland’s Ex Machina (2014). Ex Machina is probably my favourite film of all time. Not only is it visually impressive, suspenseful, and well constructed, but it also poses interesting questions for the viewer, potentially causing them to re-evaluate their morals. With an excellent, thought-provoking script from Alex Garland, author of The Beach and screenplay writer for 28 Days Later, the characters are … Continue reading What Is Intelligence? The Philosophy Of ‘Ex Machina’ – ScreenHub Entertainment