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AMC seems to be really confident in Fear the Walking Dead. According to Deadline Hollywood, the network announced that the show will be getting a second season. PS - the first season doesn't air until August 23rd. Eeeeeenteresting.....
Her Universe at Hot Topic has announced they're adding Spirited Away designs to their Studio Ghibli collection, with also includes My Neighbor Totoro and Kiki's Delivery Service. The new tops feature No-Face, Haku, and Chihiro.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Daniel Junge (About Face) and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Kief Davidson (Open Heart) made a dramatic turn in the tone and style with their new film, Beyond the Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary.
Facebook's tone-deaf "real name" policy often impacts users' ability to use the service as intended, and in some cases, it has even impacted those users' careers, privacy, and safety. This week, author and activist Feminista Jones received...Show More Summary
Dr. Samantha Blackmon and PhD student Alisha Karabinus of Not Your Mama's Gamer have been co-producing videos that offer cultural critiques of videogames, particularly with regard to racial diversity, for some time now. The pair hopes...Show More Summary
If you were old enough to be enjoying music without parental involvement in the 1990s, you may have been down with the Riot Grrl movement - a collective of young feminists who played punk rock, created zines, and protested sexism and homophobia by DIY (or DIT - Do It Together) means. Show More Summary
Alamo Drafthouse has brought Friday Night Light's Coach Taylor out of retirement for an anti-using-your-phone-at-the-movies PSA.
Lots of tech companies talk a big game about wanting to hire more women and more underrepresented minorities, but fewer report how exactly they're going to accomplish it, or even what their actual number goals are. Well, Pinterest has stepped up to the plate and announced exactly how many women and people of color they want to join their ranks by next year.
Are you ready to see Daniel Radcliffe everywhere because he's in so much right now (does the man have a time-turner?). He's doing Swiss Army Man with Paul Dano, Victor Frankenstein with James McAvoy, Game CHanger and Deadline just broke the news that he's set to play the lead role in the upcoming film, Imperium.
There are lots of indie game makers, artists, and developers out there exploring what can be done with the dress-up game. Here are a few of my favorites.
Being an ally can be complicated, but it's not hard to not be an asshole.
Season Two of the Attack on Titan anime series we've all come to love won't be available until 2016, and the live-action films being released in Japan won't be available in the Americas until the late fall as President of FUNimationShow More Summary
Ok y’all. This is where things in our story start to get groovy.
Robert Karjel recently penned a piece for The Guardian titled "A thriller with a bisexual male hero? American readers can't handle it," discussing the reviews he's received on his novel and his decision to portray a bisexual protagonist. Looking at reviews on Amazon, The Swede has gotten a lot of positive attention, but Karjel points to a couple comments that stand out.
If even indie titles with female leads like Bloodstained can get the massive support they do, that seems like a pretty clear indicator that actual consumers aren’t bothered by women leading their games. So until big name companies stop with the lame, antiquated excuses, let’s talk more indie titles starring kick-ass women!
TIME reached out to a bunch of Harry Potter stars to wish Rowling a happy birthday. The message, they unfortunately noted, were not delivered by owl.
Ice-T has an extensive, impressive voice acting catalogue; he often plays the role of a ruthless bad-ass with a penchant for destruction and one-liners. Does he play the same character in everything he ever does? Nahhh. Just the same,...Show More Summary
Just to make sure we're all in line: The new movie Vacation isn’t a sequel (yes, it is), and it isn’t a remake (yes, it is). It’s that new mash-up of the term called "reboot." This sequel-remake-reboot combo supposes that Rusty, raised by Clark Griswold, has more or less become his father. Oh, and there are a lot of gross and mean-spirited jokes.
Fox News' "Outnumbered" discussed a Glamour post, titled "13 Little Things That Can Make a Man Fall Hard For You," published about a week ago. The magazine took some hits for the list-icle, which gave tips like "stocking the fridge with...Show More Summary