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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.
The moral of the story this week in television is that it's way past time for Jimmy Fallon to bring the Tonight Show back to Los Angeles. Ellen DeGeneres showed up to play Password and we couldn't even make room for it! Also, Seth Meyers...Show More Summary
In Better Call Saul, the prequel spinoff to AMC's critically acclaimed meth drama Breaking Bad, we finally get to learn a little more about the sweaty desperation that makes Saul Goodman tick. It's not the same as Breaking Bad, but it promises to be just as addictive. The post Better Call Saul Is No Breaking Bad, But It’ll Be Just as Addictive appeared first on WIRED.
Jupiter Ascending might be a hot mess, but it also might be the only massive space action movie we get for a while. So you might as well go see it. The post Go See Jupiter Ascending, Even if It’s Stupid (And It Really Is) appeared first on WIRED.
If WarGames introduced a generation to computers and hacker culture, The Goonies became a template for future gadget tinkerers and DIYers. The post The Gear From Goonies That Made Us Feel Better About Being Nerds appeared first on WIRED.
It's been a slow week for superhero movie news, especially with the much-anticipated pick-me-up of the Super Bowl trailer for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice failing to materialize. We can only speculate as to what happened there, but while we do, here are the highlights of what actually did happen on the superhero movie beat this last week. Show More Summary
The duties of the Sundance Film Festival meant a week without your now hotly anticipated audio visuals round up, but we're back on the scene with the top 10 music videos you need to be watching this week. If you're in need of some Paul McCartney, werewolves, or neon penises, we've got the cure for what ails you. Show More Summary
Back while the writers were still plotting the first episodes, we spoke to Gilligan about his new show, Saul's addiction, and the joys of working in cable. The post Vince Gilligan Gives Us a Glimpse of Where Better Call Saul Is Headed appeared first on WIRED.
This week's binge-watching guide looks at the 20-something fashion world hustlers of How to Make It in America. Crisp, baby! The post WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: How to Make It in America appeared first on WIRED.
We revealed batch one of our Sundance superheroes yesterday, and now fresh from the fire comes batch No. 2. You may already be acquainted with some of the talents here, but from this day forward, make sure to lock down those Google Alerts. Show More Summary
Sunday's Super Bowl was the rare instance in the game's 49 editions when the ads were overshadowed by the game. Turns out all they needed was a little Lego. The post British Animators Created a Lego Version of the Super Bowl Ads—in 36 Hours appeared first on WIRED.
If you've written the book on making comics, what kind of comics do you make? For Scott McCloud, it's an ambitious graphic novel about creativity itself. The post The Guy Who Knows Everything About Comics Finally Made a Graphic Novel appeared first on WIRED.