Say his name, say his name, because 007's next theme song could be about to get a "bootylicious" makeover from a certain queen of pop. We already know that Daniel Craig will be back as the sharp-shooting secret agent, but he could have a rather famous (not so) "single lady" in tow if Beyoncé Knowles-Carter decides to whip out her diamond-encrusted microphone for #Bond25.
In a galaxy far, far a gay, could the winds of change be coming to Star Wars? We may have already seen the likes of Billy Dee Williams and John Boyega represent the black community, while Daisy Ridley swung her lightsaber for gender equality, but in that world of gloopy space aliens and rusted robots, where are all the LGBT characters?
These days, we all know author George R.R. Martin as the man behind the stories of the seven kingdoms and its whimsical Westerosi, but did the Game of Thrones creator nearly put his all into another piece of cult fandom? If you Vul-can believe it, there was a time that the sire of Starks and Snows tried to bravely go where no man had gone before — taking on the sci-fi spectacular that is #StarTrek.
When you think of Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror, you hardly think of romance and rainbows, do you? That being said, there was one episode in Netflix's revamped Season 3 that threw the substantial instruction manual out the window and download itself into a special place in our hearts. With its '80s soundtrack and feel-good vibes, "San Junipero" was a rare happy ending in the world of pig f*cking and hidden pedophiles. However, with the whole premise being about death and life after death, it was still equally macabre in its own #BlackMirror way.
Whether you prefer it in your Old Town or your Flea Bottom, there is no denying that HBO's Game of Thrones appeals to randy romancers who want something more than Christian Grey banging you over a desk. For seven steamy seasons, we have seen more Casterly Cocks and Dragonbones than I care to count, which has lead to many a late night of me polishing my valyrian steel over the pages of #GeorgeRRMartin's books. However, with just one season of the epic saga left, how will our thirst for Dorne porn be covered when HBO discards its audiences like the seed of a Baratheon bastard in a used lambskin?
It certainly looks like it's a nice day for a wight wedding in Season 8 of Game of Thrones — well, that is if that horned Night King has anything to do with it. Taking the scenic route from his recruitment drive in Season 5's "Hardhome," the bolstered ranks of the Army of the Dead finally made moves to conquer the realm of men in Season 7. While we have already seen the valiant Viserion come back to life as the blue-eyed servant of the Night King, fans are told to expect some more of our favorite faces to get a zombie remodeling in the show's final season.