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Telltale Games dropped a teaser trailer for their upcoming, 5-part Guardians of the Galaxy game, reminding us just how much a part of the storytelling the soundtrack is!
During today's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story live Q&A event on Twitter, Lucasfilm unveiled some brand new footage from the movie.
This has all happened before, and it will all happen again. This, of course, being a school banning The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for it's liberal use of the n-word throughout its pages. Also being banned for the same reason, To Kill a Mockingbird.
The story circulated for some time around 2013, but the way she recounts the event on Graham Norton demonstrates that the star's attitude towards the event is as culturally insensitive as it was then.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been in development for quite a while, but from the looks of the latest footage released at the 2016 Game Awards, that wait is going to be well worth it. (And hey, at least it wasn't ten years, like some other games we could mention.)
Guillermo del Toro really isn't happy with Konami.
The donations will go to supporting Christopher's Haven, a supportive community for families of children being treated for cancer in nearby Boston hospitals.
The vivid colors in the first look of The Handmaid's Tale feel faithful to Margaret Atwood's novel.
Are you a WWE fan? Have you been loving the coverage TMS' resident WWE aficionados Keisha Hatchett and Sam Riedel have been giving you? Well, they're LIVE RIGHT NOW talking about Survivor Series, RAW, and Smackdown Live! Watch the chat after the jump!
The Mary Sue has always been a site about community—not only our wonderful community of readers and commenters, but all communities of marginalized people, whether online or in the real world, whose voices we try to amplify. Now, more...Show More Summary
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will be coming stateside, sporting a "distinctive new aesthetic" different from the London version of the play.
We've finally arrived at the end of the DC Superhero crossover event "Invasion!", which concluded with last night's episode of Legends of Tomorrow. Join us in this week's open thread as we discuss not only the episode, but what we thought about the entire crossover event. And here's where we give you an EXTREME SPOILER WARNING.
Today is a good day to be a Star Wars fan. With the December 16 release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story looming like a joy-filled Death Star on the horizon, we're getting a live Q&A from the cast and crew that's also set to feature brand new footage and a top-secret, behind-the-scenes look at... we don't even know what. Let the rampant speculation begin!
Now that the mega four-way superhero crossover event is in the books, Legends of Tomorrow is getting back to form by taking on non-aliens. This time, they're chasing a Time Aberration to Chicago in 1927.
With Rogue One's Jyn Erso staging a coup against the Empire and real-life journalists vowing to stand their ground against president-elect Donald Trump, I smell rebellion all around. But like the Star Wars one-shot says, rebellions are built on hope. That's why I'm not not too worried about Good Girls Revolt, the retro drama which was just canceled by Amazon.
During last night's Game Awards, a brand new trailer for the hotly-anticipated Mass Effect: Andromeda was released. So let's go over it with a fine-toothed comb, shall we?
As with any situation, being informed and having the right information is the first step to action and might make the future seem less scary, so that’s what I’m here for.
This some A-grade Steven Universe right here. In that it is both sweet and horrifying and tearjerking within a single two-minute span.
You might have noticed that we, like the rest of the Internet, have kind of a thing for Hamilton around here—partially because we just do, and partially because we noticed you all do, too.
The video above depicts excerpts of today's live-streamed performance of The Hamilton Mixtape in concert, via the official Hamilton YouTube channel. Except, uh, for reasons passing understanding, YouTube slapped a copyright violation on the video, so the Hamilton channel had to remove the sound. Show More Summary