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Spielberg really loves him some Pratt.
Look, in my eyes Mae Whitman can do no wrong. She is an underrated superhero in my heart. And now she is Elsa, acting out what the entire Eastern seaboard is probably feeling right about now.
Here's another tale to remind us to make sure none of our relatives are inadvertently keeping treasures hidden away in their attic.
The Emmys are gonna be a little different this year.
Let PBS Digital Studios' BrainCraft explain a bit about neurocinema and contemplate the future interactivity of film.
We've known for a while that a reboot of The Powerpuff Girls was headed our way come 2016. Now we know for double-sure.
From pop art to poetry, most art forms have found a foothold on school curriculums. But even as tech advancements allow video games to grow ever more expansive in theme and visuals, it’s unlikely that Child of Light will be knocking the Brontës off the reading list anytime soon. Show More Summary
Yes, the film already stars Doctor Who's Matt Smith and Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer, why not throw more awesome on the fire?
When you hear the word “astronaut,” you probably think of guys like Neil Armstrong. When you think of women astronauts—an even smaller number—you probably think of the late Sally Ride who, among her many accomplishments, went to space...Show More Summary
Video series Super-Fan Builds has made some great stuff in the past, but this really warms our hearts. Plus, the dog's name really is Dug. It's so cute I can't handle it.
It was an emotional week here at The Mary Sue what with Susana Polo leaving us for new adventures and New York literally being colder than McMurdo, Antarctica, but y'all helped us make it through to Friday. As BatsyQ might say, Mary Sue commenters are a stroke above paaaaaaarrrrr.
Boom! Studios have given The Mary Sue the exclusive (and exciting!) public reveal of something very special they debuted at ComicsPro today in Portland - Kate Leth and Matt Cummings' Power Up.
The whole "historically accurate Disney Princess" project has been done before, of course, but Buzzfeed did a pretty good job of researching the authentic fashions of the time periods and cultures that these Disney movies took place in (but not, it should be noted, with their original source material in mind).
Infinitely Polar Bear debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2014 and stars Mark Ruffalo as a father dealing with bipolar disorder. The film is based on a difficult time in Forbes' own childhood and looks to be a heartwarming, non-judgmental look at living with a mental disorder. Show More Summary
Well, this is a bummer. Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched Kingsman: The Secret Service yet, or if you prefer to not sully your day with some grossness.
Curse you Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) and your objective standards of movie quality!
In addition to being a welcome breath of representative fresh air for Asian-American audiences who don't get to see people like them being celebrated on TV all that often, Fresh Off The Boat also happens to be a totally hilarious sitcom—you know, if you can deal with how annoyingly sexist and, well, twelve, the main character can be. Show More Summary
Back in January we told you about Rowan Hansen, an 11-year-old comic lover who hand-wrote a letter to DC sharing her frustration over gendered toys and lack of representation for female fans. Nearly a month later, Rowan and her message...Show More Summary
Space Time takes a look at the competing theories on the existence of aliens and how the certainty that they have to be out there with the current lack of evidence might actually be its own undoing.