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If there's one lesson to learn from the Internet this week, it's that you really shouldn't interrupt Beck at awards shows. No, wait; It's that you shouldn't be like Diplo when it comes to dealing with criticism for doing a crappy thing. Show More Summary
In honor of Feb. 13—Galentine's Day—here are just a few times Leslie Knope was the most special of lady friends. (We'll miss you Ms. Knope.) The post A Galentine’s Day Tribute to Leslie Knope, In 5 Classic GIFs appeared first on WIR...
We have heavy hearts this week now that we know that Jon Stewart is leaving The Daily Show, but luckily there's a lot of other great TV to lift our spirits. Watch on! The post The Week in TV: We Say Goodbye to Jon Stewart and Hellooo to Naked Conan O’Brien appeared first on WIRED.
Every movie started somewhere as a tiny shadow of an idea, a single-celled organism that evolved into a walking, talking, fighting, exploding, and complex being. And if we look at the DNA, if you will, of these organisms, we can trace their origins. Show More Summary
That new Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack is kinda bangin'. (Pardon the pun.) The movie, not so much. It's not the first time that's happened. The post Fifty Shades of Grey Isn’t the First Soundtrack to Outshine Its Movie appeared first on WIRED.
This week's best music videos are a tribute to doing more with less. More specifically, they're a testament to the fact that you don't need a lot of money to bring your music to life visually, you just need a lot of heart and a handful of friends who are down for whatever. Show More Summary
As strange as it might seem, there really have been things happening in the world of superhero movies recently other than the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man deal. Don't take our word for it, though. Read on to catch up on the biggest stories of the past seven days' worth of superhero movie news. Show More Summary
You’re a fan of Kick-Ass. You’re a fan of X-Men (First Class, not X3 or the Wolverine dreck). You might not know it, but that means you’re a fan of Jane Goldman. She’s the screenwriter behind every comic book turned Matthew Vaughn-directed movie. The post The Master Screenwriter Who Transforms Your Favorite Comics Into Movies appeared first on WIRED.
For a hot second this afternoon House of Cards' third season became available on Netflix—more than two weeks before its scheduled Feb. 27 release date. The post For A Hot Second Today, You Could’ve Watched Season 3 of House of Cards appeared first on WIRED.
Our leading candidates to take over Stewart’s hosting gig are all just about where he was when he took over the show. The post Who Should Be the Next Daily Show Host? appeared first on WIRED.
You might not know Drew Struzan's name, but you almost certainly know his work. Here's a look back at some of his best poster art. The post The Magical Movie Poster Art of Drew Struzan appeared first on WIRED.
Got a couple weeks and a keen desire to never see politics the same way again? Well then, settle in. House of Cards is here for your binge-watching pleasure. The post WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: House of Cards appeared first on WIRE...
The rumors, it turns out, are true. Sony's Spider-Man movie franchise is going to get its second reboot in five years, but this time Marvel Studios will be involved, and the character will be folded into the same cinematic universe as the Avengers, Iron Man, and the Guardians of the Galaxy. Show More Summary
Honestly, Angry Nerd probably won’t see Fifty Shades of Grey. But he gets it. He truly does. The post Angry Nerd: Hate to Say It, But Fifty Shades of Grey Is Vital to Fanfic appeared first on WIRED.
In the middle of the night on Sunday, FXX aired a mysterious pilot that seemed to be an adaptation of the Wheel of Time fantasy series. Here's what we know. The post The Real Reason That Crazy Wheel of Time Pilot Was So Awful appeared first on WIRED.
Saturday night live turns the big four-oh this year, and we're getting verklempt just thinking about it. To mark the occasion, NBC will air a three-hour special on February 15 that promises a major reunion of performers past and present. Show More Summary
The Grammys last night were, um, OK? Thankfully, the entire Internet was watching along and posting millions of tweets, Facebook posts, and Tumblr GIFs to make them far more enjoyable. Here are some of the best. The post Once Again, The Internet Made a Boring Grammys Telecast Worth Watching appeared first on WIRED.
With the Sundance Film Festival all wrapped up, a trickle of trailers from films showcased in Park City is starting to run through the Internet. Pair those teasers with the ones for films coming to South by Southwest next month and eccentric...Show More Summary
Well, thanks Super Bowl. Because of you—and more specifically, the advertisements and musical performances surrounding the actual sports part of things—the Internet was filled to the brim with things to get upset about and have opinions on this week. Show More Summary
In the latest installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy, writer and zombie enthusiast Kelly Link discusses why her new collection of short stories, Get in Trouble, focuses on a different supernatural predator. The post Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy: Why Any TV Show Is Better With Vampires appeared first on WIRED.