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Yesterday, I brought you Part 1—A.K.A. the "Team Billie Jean" session—of the Battle of the Sexes press conference this weekend. Today, it's "Team Bobby's" turn, as members of the cast and crew, led by Steve Carell, and directors Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton, talk about the complex figure who is former tennis pro, Bobby Riggs.
According to sources that will not be named, an actor was seen sporting Vader's iconic costume in reshoots for the Han Solo standalone film.
Apparently, Darren Aronofsky has said of his film mother! that it's an allegory for his views on environmentalism. I know this, because after I saw the film, I looked it up. Looking back at the film after reading that, I can certainly see how that is the case, and the film works well that way. However, that's not at all the first allegorical leap I made when watching it.
Black people's stories are still being told–and then retold, rewarded and celebrated in adaptation–without black characters at their center. It's still seen as perfectly acceptable, or even preferable, to filter these stories through the lens of the peripheral white experience.
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Yesterday, news broke that one-time Trump Campaign Manager/Guy Trump Knows Who Was With the Campaign for a "Very Short Period of Time" Paul Manafort had actually had his phones tapped by the FBI, and Trump defenders—including Clearly Impartial Truth-Teller Julian Assange—celebrated that something their leader said actually resembled reality. Show More Summary
"From the studio known for confusing length with depth, complexity with intelligence, and self-absorbed downers with heroism, the DCEU pulls off its biggest success by... not doing those things."
When BoJack Horseman's fourth season premiered on Netflix earlier this month, the character's Twitter account spent a few days responding to pretty much everyone discussing the show online. This included Luc Baghadoust, the producer of DONTNOD's Life Is Strange. Clearly, he's a fan.
I love nothing so much as a clever t-shirt, and these fit the bill while also waving the flag high for LGBTQIA representation.
Aaaaand, it just keeps getting worse. The fight against our Republican-led government's insistence on undoing anything having to do with Obama must continue in the face of the latest attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Sci-fi, fantasy, and music have always had a symbiotic relationship. In this Internet age of pop culture literacy and media remixes, that symbiosis is even more apparent. Today, we're taking a look at just a few of the memorable references to science fiction and fantasy in music.
It's apparently gotten to the point that trailer releases are as big a deal as film releases. At least, that's what you'd think from the level of secrecy Disney/Lucasfilm have surrounding every single marketing move. Not even Mark Hamill being Luke Skywalker leaves him exempt from the consequences of the Mouse House.
The gaming community isn't homogeneous, as much as some groups like to believe it is. There are plenty of gamers who are all about inclusivity in video games. Gamers come from all walks of life. But that doesn't mean gaming culture isn't racist.
The internet not only provides us with unprecedented, immediate access to almost anything we can think of, but it's made it seem like we're free to repurpose anything we can Google with complete abandon. As far right Pepe the frog fans are now finding out, that's only because, for one reason or another, no one has come after them yet.
Starring Emma Stone in the role of tennis legend Billie Jean King, and Steve Carell in the role of Bobby Riggs, Battle of the Sexes is as inspiring as the woman upon whose life it's based.
Actress Brie Larson was spotted getting ready for her role as Carol Danvers in the upcoming Infinity War.
Zooming into the notable gender gap in answering projectile questions specifically, the theory questions whether that might be because of participation in ball sports or.....peeing.
In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, our British heroes find themselves fighting alongside their American counterparts, and the resulting film is American-sized—that is, super-sized: everything here is bigger, louder, brasher, more political, more expensive, more violent. Show More Summary
Thor: Ragnarok is delightfully, unabashedly '80s-inspired, but no one is going to actually confuse it for a movie made during out childhoods—at least, they weren't until Nerdist just got through with it. They've taken the footage from the movie that we've seen so far and made it look like a preview you fast-forwarded through a few too many times on an old VHS tape of Labyrinth.
Consider this review your spoiler-free trigger warning.