Season 2 hasn’t even come out, but apparently, Netflix is already talking to the creator of Squid Game about season 3.
“It wasn’t that long ago that Hwang Dong-hyuk didn’t seem up for more Squid Game, telling Variety, ‘It is quite tiring just thinking about it.’ Then, the show exploded in popularity around the world, becoming Netflix’s most-watched series. The creator soon warmed to the idea of doing a second season. Now, Hwang says he’s even in talks for a third.”
Read more at Kotaku
Star Wars and movie fans across the globe remember the late Carrie Fisher 5 years after her tragic passing.
“On December 27th, 2016 author and Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher passed away at the age of 60, to the shock of her millions of fans worldwide. Fisher suffered a heart attack on a flight back to Los Angeles, and the world became a darker place without our bold and brilliant Space Mom. She was beautiful, charismatic, smart, and a hero to many, myself included.”
Read more at The Mary Sue
Raise your hand if this sounds like a Christopher Nolan movie; have we been measuring time wrong this whole time?
“Whether you sport a smartwatch or a Rolex, you likely believe the time your watch of choice tells you. We’re here to break it to you though: These timepieces are grossly inaccurate compared to the most accurate clocks in the world. But there is no such thing as perfect, it seems — because this year scientists made the most accurate clocks even more accurate.”
Read more at Inverse
One of the main focal points of HBO’s new series about the showtime Los Angeles Lakers, Magic Johnson, is not excited about the new show.
“Even with Insecure meeting its emotional end—oh, you really thought Team Lawrence was gonna take the L with a championship on the line?—it’s a pivotal time for Black television. FX’s Atlanta is plotting its comeback, Peacock’s Bel-Air is primed for world domination, and if you’re a sports head, HBO’s Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty looks to be pure, unadulterated hellfire.”
Read more at The Root
Just like how the film’s script poked fun at, a fourth Matrix movie was bound to happen with or without the involvement of the Wachowskis.
“There’s an odd meta moment early on in The Matrix Resurrections where Neo, stuck in a new version of The Matrix and believing that he is legendary video game designer Thomas Anderson (creator of a trilogy of video games called The Matrix), is summoned to the office of his business partner (Jonathan Groff’s Smith) and told that their studio’s parent company, Warner Bros., is going to make a new Matrix game. The implication is that it’s happening with or without him, a nod to the movie’s ongoing theme about binary choices that aren’t really choices at all.”
Read more at The A.V. Club