Sean Bean

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV: 5 things to know about the video game movie

The video game world of Final Fantasy is getting another run on the big screen with Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, which opens in limited release on Friday. A spin-off of the upcoming Square Enix game, the film teases what fans can expect when Final Fantasy XV is released in November.

Whether you’re a newcomer or a longtime fan of the series, here are five things to know about the film:

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Legends: Sean Bean and showrunner Ken Biller preview a 'fresh,' 'novelistic' season 2

Legends, the TNT drama starring Sean Bean as longtime secret agent Martin Odum, returns for season 2 Monday at 10 p.m. ET. Fans of the first season will notice differences right away. Visually, the show has moved from L.A. to Europe, and has brought a more cinematic look along with it.

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Don’t call The Martian star Donald Glover if you get lost in space

Donald Glover had to learn a lot of science for his role in Ridley Scott’s space epic The Martian, but you might not want to rely on him should you actually find yourself stranded out in the universe.         

“I know a little bit about orbit, but not enough to sustain — or save — anyone,” the actor told JD Heyman at PEOPLE, InStyle and Entertainment Weekly’s photo studio at the Toronto Film Festival.

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Sean Bean has thoughts about Jon Snow's real parents

Jon Snow’s true lineage has a long-running mystery for both Game of Thrones viewers and A Song of Ice and Fire readers. As far as Jon knows, he’s the bastard son of Eddard Stark and a lowborn woman—whose identity has been the trigger for much speculation. Someone related to the franchise thinks he has a good idea about who isn’t a Snow parent, though—and that person is Ned Stark himself.

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