The first video clip of Marvel’s latest One-Shot, All Hail the King, featuring Sir Ben Kingsley has been released.

In the first clip from the Marvel One-Shot we see Sir Ben Kingsley as Trevor in prison, taking part in an interview with a reporter to find out who Trevor truly is.

The first clip is only available on EW currently, so you’ll have to head over to their website to watch the first clip.

UPDATE: First All Hail the King clip available for viewing:

In the clip we don’t get to see much of Trevor, but we hear a voice-over from the reporter that will be interviewing Sir Ben Kingsley’s Iron Man 3 character.

Marvel is putting quite a bit of promotion into this One-Shot and we wouldn’t be surprised if it gives us a much more detailed look at the character from the film.

These One-Shots are becoming very interesting, as Marvel is now making a TV show based on the one they released last year featuring Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter.

It’s unlikely that Kingsley would be interested in a TV spin off, but we’d love to get to know Trevor a bit more. Some fans were disapointed that his character ended up turning out to be a sham, but there were others that loved the Mandarin twist in Iron Man 3.

‘Space Jam 2’ starring LeBron James finds director as script enters development

Welcome back to the Space Jam.

2:14 pm EDT, May 2, 2016

Rumor no more! LeBron James and Star Trek Beyond director Justin Lin are currently at work on a Space Jam sequel that will find the big (both literally and figuratively) basketball player in the leading role.

The Hollywood Reporter says that a Space Jam 2 script is currently being penned by Lin and writer Andrew Dodge. Very little else is known about the movie, but it’s safe to say it’s going to get a lot of attention as it makes its way through development. The original Space Jam starring Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny, and the rest of the Looney Toons became an instant classic thanks to the basketball theme and the fact that the animated characters were interacting with real actors.

Adding to its quirkiness, WB has kept the original Space Jam website online over all these years. Visit it. It’s amazing.

Space Jam hit theaters in 1996 and co-starred Larry Bird, Bill Murray, Thom Barry, Charles Barkley, Wayne Knight, and Theresa Randle. And the Looney Toons, of course.

LeBron James appeared in last year’s Trainwreck opposite Amy Schumer. We’re sure he’ll invite a few of his basketball friends to make appearances in Space Jam 2 like Jordan did in the original. While LeBron James’ interest in a Space Jam sequel has long been rumored, today’s report is the first time we’re hearing that the film has found a director, and that the script is now being worked on.

Lin is also known for directing Fast & Furious, Fast Five, and Fast & Furious 6.

Are you ready for another ‘Space Jam’?

While we wait (it’s probably going to be a while), watch the original trailer for Space Jam below. Damn, we miss the ’90s.

15 Broadway songs you must listen to

1:00 pm EDT, May 2, 2016

Looking to discover some new Broadway show tunes? You’ve come to the right place. Don’t like Broadway show tunes? Wander over here, lets see if we can change your mind.

You have the Hamilton soundtrack memorized, you’ve seen more stagings of Rent than there have been years since it debuted on Broadway (20!). You’re looking for some more Broadway music to tap your toes to. Well, welcome, you are among friends in this article.

Chances are, you’ve heard of some of the songs on this playlist, if not on the theater stage, then in the pop lexicon (looking at you, Green Day, Carole King and Jersey Boys). These tunes are showstoppers, the reason the Great White Way has, and continues to, thrive.

We’ve compiled 15 songs — one hour, four minutes of music — that you may not have heard of before from shows you may have never seen. They’re a capsule look into the energy of the genre, and showcase the best Broadway has to offer — that is, the variety, the vitality and the vicious harmonies that thousands of performers crush night after night. The playlist was curated by various members of the Hypable team, so there’s a little bit of everything. Broadway shows, like all of entertainment, range in genre and can be divisive. One person’s Hamilton is another person’s Anything Goes. But, like all of entertainment, that’s the beauty in creating playlists like these. We can share and hopefully you can discover new music you might not have heard before.

The shows these songs originate from are cemented in history, they are part of the Old Guard, and they represent the transition into a modern-day Broadway, catering to audiences of all walks of life. This isn’t the typical list, no “Seasons of Love” or “Defying Gravity,” nor are there any particularly ‘deep cuts,’ all songs come from shows that should have familiar names. Some come from revival shows, some are brand-spankin’-new off original albums.

Take a listen and let us know what you think! They’ve been compiled into one handy dandy Spotify playlist for your listening pleasure, below.

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This article is a part of Hypable’s inaugural Broadway Week in celebration of the 2016 Tony nominations.

Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman are the dynamic duo that brought us one of last’s year most unique books, Illuminae. The pair are announcing a brand new project, Andromeda Cycle, and it sounds awesome!

Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman are working on a new series called the Andromeda Cycle and it sounds AMAZING! There’s outer space, misfits and so much more. It sounds like a pinch of Guardians of the Galaxy with a dash of Star Trek with a little Harry Potter vibe because let’s face it everything is better with a little Harry Potter.

Read the description and tell us what you think!

What can we expect to find in the Andromeda Cycle?

You’ll find an elite training facility in space, a ragtag bunch of misfits, a sweeping epic that spans galaxies, after-school detention, romance, aliens (some handsome), a lot of snark, a battle for the fate of the universe, and an interstellar love story two centuries in the making.

Basically, it’s a story about the golden boy of a space academy who gets stuck leading a squad of misfits and discipline cases . . . who end up with the fate of the universe in their hands. NOBODY PANIC.


You worked together on the Illuminae Files, and you’re together again for the Andromeda Cycle. How did that decision get made?

There was really never any question. We both had SO much fun working together on the Illuminae Files, and there’s nothing like the feeling of making your coauthor laugh, or tear up, or making their heart beat a little faster. It was obvious to both of us that we weren’t done having fun together yet.

We spent several months tossing ideas around — working up lists of things that always grab us, whether they’re in books, movies, TV shows, pictures, or songs. We wanted to find a playground that made both of us instantly excited. And in the end, the story itself coalesced very quickly. Luckily for us, our publisher loved the idea as much as we did. The Andromeda Cycle takes place in a verrrry big universe, and there’s a lot out there to explore!

The Illuminae Files sold into twenty-four foreign markets, and to Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment and Warner Bros., who are making a film. What are you hoping for with the Andromeda Cycle?

We’ve certainly got our fingers crossed that publishers love it as much as we do! It’s already sold into nine markets, and though we’d love to say more, our lips are sealed right now. . . .

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What’s changed since you first began working together?

A lot, and at the same time, nothing at all. Now we have an amazing fan base that has embraced our stories. They talk to us constantly on social media (and sometimes shout things like “HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME?”) and we love interacting with them.

But some things are exactly the same as they always were. When we are done touring and staying home to draft, it’s just the two of us again. One of us will work on a new scene and send it along to be read by the other, waiting to find out if it will make them laugh, or cry, or do whatever we’re trying to make them do. There’s still a time during the process when the story is just ours, and we love that time as much as we love taking it out later to share with readers.

You toured last November for Illuminae’s launch, and now you’re coming back again and heading to new cities. What can we expect?

Touring is soooooo much fun. Our awesome readers came out with cookies and artwork and interpretive dances and stories about that time they were surprised while reading Illuminae and threw it at someone’s head. (Some of the scenes put you a little on edge.) This time, with less than six months to go until Gemina, we’ll be talking about book two as well.

We describe Illuminae as Battlestar Galactica meets Ten Things I Hate About You, and we describe Gemina as Die Hard meets Alien. And we’re going to be giving away two advance copies of Gemina at every stop on our Spring U.S. Tour! So come down, say hello, get a book signed and be among the first in the world to read the next book in The Illuminae Files.

The Andromeda Cycle is set for release in 2018!