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Boogie Storm, a dance troupe made up of Star Wars stormtroopers (stormtroupers?), made it all the way to the Britain's Got Talent finals and got to show off their skills once more with this dance medley.
Adventurer Delilah Dirk may be getting her very own Disney movie, marking her as just the latest heroine to make her way to the big screen.
Kelly Thompson is amazing at taking characters we think we know and reinterpreting them for a new audience. She's done stellar work on both Jem and the Holograms for IDW (bringing those characters back to glorious life with artist Sophie Campbell) and A-Force for Marvel (with artist Ben Caldwell). Now, she's doing it over at BOOM! Studios with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink!
Celebrated animator Makiko Futaki passed away at 57 on May 13th, following what The Hollywood Reporter describes as an "unspecified illness." Now, she's being remembered for her contributions to countless mold-breaking films.
Do you use your fingerprint to unlock your smartphone or laptop? Not all devices have this capability, but for those that do, it feels fun and futuristic to use it. But some theorize that it's less secure than using a passcode.
You may remember Catlateral Damage as the pinnacle of the knock-things-over-as-a-cat-because-that's-what-cats-do-and-we-love-them-for-it-those-furry-scamps game genre, but that was back in the dark ages, before virtual reality came around to make us all look ridiculous revolutionize gaming. Show More Summary
Speaking with The Daily Mail this week about everything from his role in Race to whether or not he'd ever want to be knighted (a hard no), Jeremy Irons, who said in the interview he will "forever be playing Devil’s Advocate," was very open about his thoughts on the harsh reception Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice received from critics.
Sean Murray—founder of Hello Games, the company developing the ambitious space exploration sim No Man's Sky—has received numerous death threats since news broke of the game's delay.
Doctor Who Magazine is currently celebrating its 500th issue with a special collectors edition that's full of cool stuff, including an interview with Steven Moffat wherein he speaks honestly about diversity on Doctor Who, and about how even though the supporting cast has been one of the most racially diverse on British television, they could still do better.
Welcome to our Orphan Black science recaps, where Casey, a graduate student in genetics and developmental biology, and Nina, a professional science communicator, examine the science in each episode of OB and talk you through it in (mostly) easy-to-digest terms.
This baby's dad has a twin brother, and they look so similar that the baby just can't tell them apart.
Does the idea of waking up to the smell of freshly brewing coffee or tea sound overly appealing to you? Well, fortunately there's a company out there who wants to appeal to the idea of us all waking up a little more pleasantly--and they've got a Kickstarter to fund the goal.
After seeing the first image of Charlize Theron's villainous Cipher in Fast 8, it was only a matter of time before the next snapshot of a character was revealed--and today, The Rock shared a pic on his Instagram account of who exactly the cast will have to contend with when the character of Hobbs returns. All I can say is: mrowr
What's frustrating is the fact that this is still being tolerated--not just from directors like Bay but others who haven't been called out for their behavior yet.
Apparently, Casanova isn't the only fan who will be getting to wear the dress--Rodriguez is sending it to another fan to wear for an event. Just when I thought I couldn't admire this woman more, she goes and does something that makes me well up almost as often as I do when I watch Jane the Virgin.
Given that the film itself has had more than one successful test screening already, some audiences would seem to be landing on the pro-Ghostbusters side. Hold on to your childhoods; this cast isn't going anywhere.
Because the internet giveth as much as it taketh away, it was probably only a matter of time before someone got the idea to pair Oscar Isaac's sweet Ex Machina dance moves with every other song available.
Co-stars Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus were trying to come up with something to cope with all the "blood and gore" on their show, and in an attempt to do something "lighter" decided to spoof the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special--which is just as awesome as it sounds.
Oblivion State, which is a forum dedicated to the activity of "urban exploring" (although they definitely advise against breaking and entering), shared a few photos from a group who somehow stumbled across the Millennium Falcon set from Star Wars: Episode VIII. I'm not sure how they were able to get past security (or blasters), but the resulting pics are really great.
At this point, it would appear as if some fans are more than ready for the mantle of James Bond to be taken up by someone other than a white dude--but in terms of talks happening behind closed doors, one name is being offered up: Tom Hiddleston.