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Tatiana Maslany, the star several times over of BBC America's excellent sci-fi thriller Orphan Black, was not given an Emmy nomination for the second year in a row today, and fans on the internet have decided that is total crap. But honestly, is it?
It's a mad mad mad mad world at the movies this week. Biblical Egypt is on the brink of death-by-plagues, along with the credibility of Ridley Scott; Ben Affleck is a hunted man; Terry Gilliam is re-opening his freak show with Christoph Waltz as the main attraction; and there's a mighty big sharknado brewing over Manhattan. Show More Summary
Andy Serkis is well on his way to becoming a whole new breed of Hollywood power-player, a multi-hyphenate like never before: performance-capture-actor-director-studio-honcho. Or something like that.
Is it too much to ask for a comic book flick that doesn't rely on three crappy prequels for the plot to make sense? Let's lose the complicated, interwoven storylines and focus on quality standalone films. Angry Nerd explains why Marvel's new Guardians of the Galaxy gets it just right.
To this day, WarGames serves as a landmark film for geeks who came of age during the '80s. Here's a look at the gear that steered many an awkward teen toward a life-long love affair with technology.
Rocker Alice Cooper is now in the White Castle Cravers Hall of Fame. You read that right.
In the 1990s it was the Puffy Shirt, but these days Jerry Seinfeld rocks Google Glass. Well, maybe not at his favorite diner, but definitely on the cover of WIRED—and now in emoji.
The latest in WIRED's summer binge-watching series dives into the world of the mother of the Resistance: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Today the internet went nuts over a new Harry Potter short story from J.K. Rowling, but maybe it's time for the author to let him go.
The challenge is no longer preventing leaks, it's managing their aftermath. The BBC’s response to the Doctor Who shows that they understand this—much more than Warner Bros. does.
Much like pimpin' and being green, making sequels that live up to their predecessors isn't easy. Making sequels when you're taking over for a director who has left the franchise and then not completely face-planting is even harder. With Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Matt Reeves has pulled off both—and he's just getting started.
Sorry, critics: Michael Bay tanked everyone else’s holiday weekend.
The Fourth of July is a time for fireworks, barbecues, hot dog eating contests, and many other events that seem almost destined for calamity. Here are some of the better Independence Day fails caught on video.
For the latest WIRED binge-watching guide we're going to Greendale Community College for Community.
With the debut of Sailor Moon Crystal nearly upon us, here's a mostly spoiler-free guide with answers to all your burning questions.
In observation of today's traffic jam/barbecue/unwise home pyrptechnic displays, we rounded up 30 of our favorite American-ish songs.
From Melissa McCarthy's harrowing jet ski stunt fail to the series premiere of The Leftovers, we're celebrating Fourth of July in style with this week's best-TV recap.
He's the maestro of motion-capture performance with credits that include Gollum in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films, and Caesar in the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. So why hasn't Andy Serkis received an Oscar for his thespian excellence? Listen up Academy, or Angry Nerd will take matters into his own hands.
Fourth of July weekend summer blockbusters are almost as much of a tradition as barbecues and fireworks. To celebrate Independence Day in style, we're reminiscing about our favorite July 4th flicks of all time.
Comedy takes center stage this week, from the bawdy sequel Horrible Bosses 2 to the (probably) heartstring-tugging St. Vincent.