Ryan Scott is a journalist specializing in the entertainment industry with more than eight years of experience. He’s a reporter at /Film and has also written for The Daily Dot, IMDB.com, Medium, Insider, MovieWeb, Looper, Fangoria, and more.
Ryan has a specific fondness for blockbuster movies such as James Bond, Star Wars, or Jurassic Park and has been entrenched in comic books for most of his life. He’s covered major events such as SXSW, Fantastic Fest, and Star Wars Celebration.
The Most Important Star Wars Hero You’ve Never Heard Of Is Back
Somehow, Kyle Katarn has returned.
The Transformers Franchise Was Almost Saved By a Single Smart Movie
Bigger isn’t always better.
20 Years Ago, An Unassuming FPS Game Launched A Multi-Billion Dollar Behemoth
Two decades ago, the Call of Duty empire began.
With One Reboot, a Horror Icon Took His Place as the Unquestioned Slasher Movie King
Michael Myers can slay anything, including continuity problems.
The World of 1978 Wasn’t Ready For Marvel’s Doctor Strange
Comic books aren’t sacred texts, but an early Marvel movie proves they deserve to be taken seriously.
15 Years Ago, Another Box Office Showdown Set the Stage for 'Barbie' Vs. 'Oppenheimer'
Before Barbenheimer, two movies battled for the soul of America.
Marvel’s First Live-Action Crossover Was Groundbreaking... and Very Silly
Once upon a time, Marvel movies looked like cheap cosplay.
Will There Ever Be Another Hulk Movie?
Marvel’s strongest Avenger has been relegated to supporting character status, but the reason why may surprise you.
5 Years Ago, The Rock And Some Monsters Helped Move the Needle on Video Game Movies
Rampage wasn't great, but it was a giant step in the right direction.
'Evil Dead Rise' is A Relentlessly Gory And Groovy Return to Form
This is the Evil Dead revival we’ve been waiting for.
'Jack the Giant Slayer' Was Supposed to Lead the Fairytale Fantasy Boom. It Killed the Trend Instead.
A famous director, talented screenwriter, and all-star cast came together to remind audiences that moviemaking is really hard.
25 years ago, the ugliest superhero movie paved the way for Deadpool, Logan, and more
See you in Hell!
26 years ago, DC and Marvel teamed up for an epic crossover
Could it happen again?