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Star Trek debuted in 1966, and since The Original Series hit airwaves, culture has never been the same. Spanning seven seasons (including 2017’s Discovery), a slew of films, and tie-in comics, books, and games, Star Trek boldly went where no other show had gone before. With shows spanning five decades, there’s a massive roster guest stars. Here are 20 actors you totally forgot were on Star Trek:
Often we discuss the best Star Wars video games. There’s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Battlefront, Dark Forces, and the list goes on. Awesome Star Wars games are more plentiful than CGI droids in the prequel trilogy. Or fans that despise the prequels.
But what about the worst Star Wars games? Just like terrible Star Wars movies (Star Wars Holiday Special anyone?) equally awful games exist as well. Check out the top 10 worst Star Wars games ever made.
Harry Potter first enchanted the masses in book form, and due to its massive popularity an inevitable film series quickly followed. While not quite as endearing as its written counterpart, the movies remain quite entertaining. As with many films, a series of movie tie-in video games debuted. Naturally due to these didn’t nearly achieve the acclaim of the novels or even the movies. With quite a range of gameplay styles, here are the top five Harry Potter games you should play but probably haven’t.
Marvel Studios kicked off the comic book movie craze in 2008 with the debut of “Iron Man.” Since its inception, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has blossomed into a cross-platform phenomenon with a highly successful string of movies and TV shows, both network syndicated and Netflix originals. Fox’s X-Men series continues with hits such as “X-Men Apocalypse,” while DC’s “Suicide Squad,” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” vie for attention at the box office.
Yet the comic book movie preceded Marvel Studios, and isn’t even relegated to Marvel and DC. Sure, the MCU with its expansiveness and accessibility arguably popularized comic films, but there are loads from other sources. Here are 20 non-Marvel Studios comic book movies you should watch: