In A New Hope, Darth Vader has no idea Leia is his daughter, a plot hole the Star Wars tie-in comics and novels have provided justification for.
With the aid of Count Dooku, Yoda could have potentially destroyed the universe if he had gone to the dark side in Star Wars.
In the wake of Tom Holland's Spider-Man trilogy, the MCU has set Peter Parker up for one of the most compelling takes on the character yet
A24's The Iron Claw just received a trailer showcasing its pro wrestling family, but what's the true story behind "the Von Erich Curse?"
After failing to defeat Palpatine, Yoda goes into exile for the rest of Star Wars. But why did he seemingly give up and never help the Rebellion?
The Flash movie doesn't feature one of the hero's most iconic villains, but the decision not to use this foe comes after a decade of his overuse.
Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Myers ended on a familiar tragic note, but Jamie Lloyd's dark turn had a strong connection to her infamous uncle.
In Star Wars canon, the Clone Wars began with the actions of a mysterious Jedi Master. But if not for a typo, that Jedi might have never existed.
After fighting the Balrog in The Lord of the Rings, Gandalf the Grey succumbed to his wounds and died, so who resurrected the wizard and why?
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace introduced a slew of new Jedi, yet one member of the Jedi Council had to be removed out of fear of confusing audiences.
The Lost World took the first T. rex attack from the original Jurassic Park and built upon it to make the franchise's best set-piece.
In 1990, Nicolas Cage starred in an obscure helicopter-themed Top Gun clone. The movie's missed everything that made Top Gun work.
Rumors suggest that G'iah from Secret Invasion might return to lead Excalibur, but this might make the overpowered character even more controversial.
In Batman Begins, Dr. Jonathan Crane's fear toxin awakened one's greatest fears, but that doesn't mean Scarecrow was most afraid of the Dark Knight.
Rumors regarding Beast from Disney's Beauty and the Beast having a name have run rampant for years. Contrary to popular belief, it's not "Adam."
The majority of Star Wars' Jedi have met a grim end, yet none have died as often as Jedi Master Shaak Ti, who has a quartet of on-screen deaths.
Neil Gaiman's Coraline is still talked about 14 years later, but its PG rating kept the creepy animated horror film from its full potential.
The original 2007 Ghost Rider is regarded as a misfire, despite some good points. Its mishandling of a potentially great villain is partly to blame.