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Kung Fury is grade A, 100% pure 1980s movie nonsense, so of course it had to come with its own '80s-inspired hit song: "True Survivor." And of course David Hasselhoff had to sing it and star in its absurd music video. And of course he had to ride a T-Rex.
If you've been noticing new signs on your commute recently, you're not alone—in honor of Anti-Street Harassment Week (April 12th-18th), nonprofit clothing company Feminist Apparel and the Pennsylvania collective Pussy Division have placed signs throughout Brooklyn, Manhattan and Philly decreeing city streets a catcall-free zone.
Oh my god SOB it's so powerful SOB. I can't believe SOB this is really SOB happening.
Out this week, Winstead's character in Alice of Venice is a working mother who finds herself re-evaluating her life after her husband (actor/director Chris Messina) abruptly leaves her. Winstead spoke with us about this unique coming-of-age movie, celebrating the bonds of sisterhood on screen, and the benefits of working in the indie film world.
The Mary Sue team hasn't properly calmed down since the new Force Awakens trailer was revealed at yesterday's Star Wars Celebration, but luckily there are a whole new crop of behind-the-scenes images and official pics of John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Oscar Isaac to keep us riding that high.
OK, we'll accept another "Uptown Funk" parody on the basis that this one is the best one. See, I told you Elon Musk was really Iron Man.
Perhaps no cultural phenomenon has generated more thinkpieces than the modern television antihero. Some of these have focused on the trend itself, and its roots in classical literature, while others have used individual milestones of...Show More Summary
Want to express your support of equality and your Game of Thrones fandom at the same time? Check out this official Lena Headey NoH8 merch! T-shirt, tank, and baseball t-shirt are available. 100% of the proceeds go to the HoH8 Campai...
Long before there were computers that could fit in your pocket - or your living room, for that matter - complex mathematical problems were solved by hand, in a long, tedious, and focus-intensive process of solving, re-solving, checking, then double checking. Show More Summary
Are you ready for some 8-bit video games? GameStop's new pilot program is aimed at getting the classics into their stores, and you will be supplying them.
Normandy Pale is the protagonist of my seventh young adult novel, The Truth Commission, and she was born, like almost all my characters, out of a basic frustration with myself.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron press tour has been producing some pretty great stuff for fans. The latest? Literally anything said about a Black Widow solo film.
Men's Health Magazine (or rather, their readers) may be on the verge of getting something right for a change. Fitness pro, Aydian Ethan Dowling, is ahead in the online vote for Men's Health's Ultimate Guy contest - with a grand prize of being on the cover of the magazine. This is all the more awesome, because Dowling is a trans man.
TIME is all about Anita Sarkeesian: only months after being named one of TIME's "30 Most Influential People on the Internet," the feminist gaming critic has also made the magazine's annual "100 Most Influential People" feature.
Let's be real: it was a struggle to not just repost the entire trailer here instead.
We've been writing a lot about the Hugo/Sad Puppy Controversy this year - particularly the thorough responses by George R.R. Martin about what the Hugos have seemingly become. Well, now other authors are expressing their dissatisfaction with what the Hugos have become by withdrawing entirely from the proceedings.
Forget about Star Wars for a minute, we've got some other Harrison Ford related news for you!
It seems a Bandai Namco representative by the name of Tak Miyazoe made some remarks last weekend at a press event suggesting there is sudden interest in a new Sailor Moon video game.
You already know women are super underrepresented in tech companies. Stay-at-home moms in particular aren't hired often, if at all, and that's a problem. In order to deal with this issue, two women have started a job site that gives women the chance to work remotely in the field, or in any field really!
It's becoming more of a reality, and about time. A new legislation has been introduced to get a woman on the $20 bill.