Shannon Purser as Barb in Stranger Things

Stranger Things was one of 2016’s biggest out-of-nowhere phenomenons and one of the biggest indicators or its success was the fervor over Barb. As you may recall, poor Barb met a swift and ugly end early in the series, only for the show to pretty much forget about her. The fans, who embraced everything else about the show, started to wonder if she was every going to get justice or if she would simply be forgotten by every living character. According to executive producer Shawn Levy, she will continue to play a role in season two despite being very, very dead:

Ever since that Golden Globes — where she’s in the opening — everyone’s like, so she alive? And the Duffers are like: no, no, she’s dead. Like, we saw a like slug coming out of her throat. There’s no coming back from that. But I will say that her memory and the search for justice for her is a part of season two.

Scotty filming Pacific Rim, he looks so good with his jaeger suit ??.. #ScottEastwood #PacificRim

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Earlier today, we got our first official look at John Boyega in Pacific Rim: Uprising. And if that’s not enough for you, here’s a not-so-official look at Scott Eastwood as Nate Lambert, seen wearing a Jaeger pilot suit and looking a little worse for wear. The big question now is whether or not he received those injuries while piloting a giant robot or if he was unfortunate enough to find himself in a scrape outside of his giant vehicle…

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For something a little more approved, you can look to the Instagram page of director Steven S. DeKnight, who shared a cryptic image from the set with a caption that suggests warning signs probably won’t be heeded in the monster-ravaged future.

avatar comic

We’re still a few years away from the first of the four (!) Avatar sequels James Cameron is working on, but fans will soon be able to return to Pandora with a new comic book arriving for Free Comic Book Day on May 6, 2017. A few preview pages from the comic, which is written by Sherri L. Smith and drawn by Doug Wheatley, have arrived and you can check them out below. Here’s what you expect from the issue itself:

Return to the wilds of Pandora and the world of the Nav’i from James Cameron’s groundbreaking film Avatar as Jake Sully connects with the flying Toruk, the majestic Great Leonopteryx, by remembering the depth of his bond with his twin brother and great partnerships of history and legend.

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