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n the real world, peer review determines whether scientists receive funding or publish their work in scientific journals. Without positive evaluations from the members of a grant review board, a scientist won’t be able to science for very long, because she’ll be out of money when her grant proposal isn’t funded. Show More Summary
Well, after being leaked yesterday, Warner Bros. has finally officially released the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice now that we've all already seen it. But now, you can see it officially.
Despite what willfully ignorant political pundits would have you believe, all the single ladies want the same things out of government as everyone else. (via Mic on Facebook)
Madeleine L'Engle's granddaughter Charlotte Jones Voiklis manages her late grandmother's estate full-time, and discovered a game-changing piece of text several years ago while doing research for A Wrinkle in Time's fiftieth anniversary edition.
Another week has come and gone, but not without some inevitable suggestions for Beauty and the Beast/Lord of the Rings mashups on our post about Ian Mckellen's role as Cogsworth.
Bitten returns to Syfy tonight for its second season, but it's not all sexy werewolves this time around. Now Elena and the Pack have something a little more serious to deal with - a mysterious and potentially malefic coven of witche...
The Star Wars Battlefront trailer revealed at Star Wars Celebration today looks amazing. Literally. The game-engine visuals for the upcoming multiplayer shooter are unbelievable.
Greg Weisman is probably best known for his television work, producing amazing animated shows like Gargoyles, Amazing Spider-Man, Young Justice and Star Wars Rebels. In the last couple years, Weisman has released two YA adventure/paranormal novels: Rain of the Ghosts and Spirits of Ash and Foam. Show More Summary
It’s been quite the week for women in the superhero realm. Not only did we lose Michelle MacLaren, our original director for Wonder Woman (sigh), but we also gained a new one in Patty Jenkins (yay!). But just because we got our way in...Show More Summary
We were thrilled that despite the sudden departure of Michelle MacLaren from Warner Bros's Wonder Woman, that they quickly filled the director slot with another talented female director, Patty Jenkins. However, as word of what was actually...Show More Summary
Alright, turns out we had one more episode pushed back by the Steven Bomb (I think, according to Matt Burnett’s post – Google lists the next two episodes as being waylaid season 1 episodes as well, but let’s take that with a grain of salt). Show More Summary
What did you guys think of last night's Vikings? Sound off in the comments below!
Lucasfilm sensed in Colin Gilpatric much fear that his desire to become a Jedi Knight and desire to get married would one day conflict, so they intervened with a letter advising the young Padawan on how to love without turning to the dark side, and it was perfect.
I'll admit it. I went to a Sharknado viewing party, complete with shark cupcakes and a drinking game. But the Sharknado franchise has just hit maximum ridiculousness. Dare I say...it's jumped the shark?
After reporting last week that Marvel is developing an Agents of SHIELD spinoff for ABC, Entertainment Weekly has also revealed that Marvel is collaborating with writer-producer John Ridley on "a mysterious new TV series."
You know, for a loosely defined group who's constantly claiming they don't have nefarious purposes, they sure do like casting themselves as the villain.
I feel like Jurassic World might be well on its way to saturating the market for trailers and posters, but I'm a sucker for Bryce Dallas Howard, and Claire Dearing looks like a stone-cold badass here.
What delusions of grandeur?
This might be my favorite Inside Out clip yet, if only because it shows the range of emotions that all people experience, rather than continuing to look at stereotypically gendered feelings (Dads don't always default to anger, and Moms aren't always the better communicators). Also, Amy Poehler. Lots and lots of Amy Poehler.
We worked with convention organizer ReedPop earlier this year on an anti-harassment policy for NYCC, and they've been awesomely implimenting it at cons across the country. Here's the wonderful signage at this weekend's Star Wars Celebration! Thanks for celebrating a safe and fun environment for all, ReedPop. We like you.