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OK, so that's not entirely accurate. Their new film is called Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (which is pretty much the same thing), and Paramount Pictures just released this first look at Fey and Freeman from the film. Check out more info and a full photo gallery at ComingSoon.net!
Thank you for being a frieeeeeend.... Could you imagine DC superheroes sitting around a super-powered Shady Pines?
How awesome is Mad Max: Fury Road? It's so awesome that it can be named Best Film by the National Board of Review having not won any other awards. It's like, Yeah, yeah, these other movies have great directors and writers and actors and stuff...but this movie is just SO MUCH COOLER!
In the latest episode of Pull Wisely, I take a look at Mystery Girl, a new series from Dark Horse. After the video transcript, scroll onward for my Top 5 comic book recommendations of the week, as per usual!
Series stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz and executive producer/author Kathy Reichs are suing 20th Century Fox Television for allegedly shortchanging them out of "tens of millions of dollars."
We all have certain things we find ourselves typing over and over again. Like email signatures. Or call-in instructions for the weekly conference call. Or, “Thanks for forwarding me this dirty limerick, Grandpa!” And that’s where TextExpander 5 comes in. Save keystrokes and time with this award-winning Mac app—it’s just $31 at the Mary Sue Shop.
Gruff though the folks at the DEO can be, it should never be assumed that they can't squee or feel gratitude. After the news of Supergirl's recent full-season pick-up, cast members Chyler Leigh, Melissa Benoist, and David Harewood got together on the DEO set to thank fans for their support. Check it out after the jump!
I recognize that for a lot of people--even those living in large cities or who are otherwise disconnected from the natural world--climate change still feels like a present and pressing problem. But somewhere in my seven years since moving...Show More Summary
Our geek culture compulsion toward the post-apocalypse swells again with the release of Fallout 4. Post-apocalyptic narratives contain as much built-in potential for pulse-pounding action as they do deep philosophical inquiry. From George...Show More Summary
Have you noticed a trend in the advertising for Ryan Reynolds' upcoming Deadpool film?
2015 has been, in some ways, the year that fanfiction went mainstream. Whether you love or hate Fifty Shades of Grey, the film made a big splash at the box office and Grey, the retelling from Christain Grey’s POV, shattered book sales records. Show More Summary
Luckily for us, Agents of SHIELD's Daisy Johnson is an excellent icon for women in tech. Media representation impacts whether children believe they can—or should—be interested in certain hobbies or careers based on their demographic....Show More Summary
UK company Ofcom is warning customers that their home and office Internet connections could be compromised by holiday cheer.
It's December 1st, do you know where your holiday spirit is? If not, Netflix has got you covered! The streaming service has released a winter countdown calendar full of suggestions for festive episodes and movies to help make your viewing a little more seasonally appropriate.
Dividing brains into "male" and "female" categories would be meaningless, because researchers haven't found any consistent pattern that would allow that dichotomy to be valuable, according to a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Flash is an awful technology for displaying Internet content for multiple reasons, but it's still a tool that a lot of animators use to make videos that we then watch in HTML5 video instead. If you needed yet another signal that Flash's reputation has gone down the (series of) tubes, Adobe is renaming the authoring tool to disassociate it from the actual content format.
During his appearance last night on Jimmy Fallon, J.J. Abrams talked about seeing Lin Manuel Miranda's Hamilton on a recent visit to New York.
This week’s Supergirl was all about AAAARRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHHH! Episode 6, "Red Faced," examined what people do with their anger and all the ways in which they hold it in, or let it out. Supergirl learns to deal with the "anger behind...Show More Summary
During Gotham last night, a sneak peek of totally-not-a-Batman-movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice dropped, and Superman is pissed—not because of the sneak peek (as far as we know), but because reasons. Batman's mask seems to make him particularly unhappy. Maybe he had a bad trick-or-treat experience as a child?
There is something decidedly odd about the tone of this season. It’s not bad, it’s just sort of... dissonant, I guess?