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Some adorable fans met Paul Rudd outside the Bug's Life Theater at Disney California Adventure.
Doctor Who showrunner, Steven Moffat gets a lot of criticism. Some of it even from me. In this month's Doctor Who Magazine (with Osgood on the cover!), Moffat talks about the showrunner hate he's received as well as some kind advice he received from Neil Gaiman.
Great Warrior has some new obstacles to overcome in BOOM! Studios' Help Us! Great Warrior #5 by Madeleine Flores. Take an exclusive look inside the issue—out July 1—with us!
For the third consecutive year, NASA's Girls and Boys program is looking to connect middle schoolers with NASA employees for a 5-week online summer program.
We're glad to join you too.
Facebook recently released data showing the demographics of its workforce and the numbers are, well, sad. Really sad.
Your friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man isn't expected to appear on-screen in the MCU until Captain America: Civil War, but now that Marvel and Sony have their deal all worked out, Ant-Man is already laying the groundwork for that and more!
What will it be about? Who will the stage actors be? WHO IS THE CURSED CHILD?
This is the big one! The Supreme Court has just ruled that it's unconstitutional for individual states to ban same-sex marriage, effectively bringing marriage equality to everyone in America. The news comes just after yesterday's big decision where they upheld the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare") and almost makes it seem as though we're living in the 21st century!
Tama, the cute calico cat, is hailed as a hero who saved Kishi Station from financial ruin by bringing in visitors and acting as both station master and mascot.
One of the best things about film festivals like Etheria Film Night in Los Angeles is that it exposes you to female-helmed from all over the world. It's great to see different countries represented, and we were particularly excited about Arantxa Echevarría's horror short, "Suddenly One Night (De Noche y De Pronto)," an entry into the festival from Spain.
June is Superman Month. Last week, we presented a two-part timeline on the hero's evolution. But almost since the beginning of Superman's career, there have been women calling themselves Superwoman or Supergirl, the most famous of whom is Kara Zor-El, Last Daughter of Krypton. Show More Summary
"Get in, losers. We're going to do science."
The Enterprise crew is back! Filming on Star Trek 3 has begun today in Vancouver, and cast members Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana have already taken to Instagram to mark the occasion!
Be the change you want to see in the world—especially if that change is getting rid of cable, because it's incredibly painless at this point. It's never been more practical to go without traditional TV packages with services like Netflix,...Show More Summary
Honestly, what just happened?
If you haven’t watched the latest episode of Orphan Black, be forewarned: there will be spoilers. There will also be crazy science.
Headed to San Diego Comic-Con next week? The schedule has just been published for Preview Night and Thursday. Check out all the panels they've got to offer.
I'm not surprised that Hasbro is misgendering Jurassic World's dinos--just disappointed. Sexism, uh, finds a way.