Foundation showrunner and creator David S. Goyer talks about creating the massive universe, what challenges he faced creatively and his vision for future seasons of the Apple TV+ series.
Based on Isaac Asimov’s groundbreaking, galaxy-spanning science fiction trilogy, Foundation, Apple TV+’s spectacular, spare-no-expense ten-part series, arrives on the streaming service with a mix of hope, anticipation and, at least for some lifelong fans, apprehension. Anticipation and hope due to the original trilogy’s status as an urtext for the science fiction genre, generating tropes and […]
With the premiere date just around the corner, Apple TV+ is finally lifting the curtain on its epic adaptation of Isaac Asimov's towering science fiction series Foundation.
Writer/director David S. Goyer talks Blade, Batman, and Man of Steel.
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“Danse Vaudou” is filled with fatal missed connections between cause and effect.
"The Devil's Vinyl" doesn’t commit to any of its cooler ideas and, for the second week in a row, Constantine ends up boring and muddled.
"The Darkness Beneath" is boring, offensive, unfocused, and redundant.
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