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This week's Penny Dreadful picks up right where we left off, with Vanessa finishing her witchy tale in front of the whole gang. Also, I want to apologize for the Patti LuPWN joke I clearly should have made last week, because she was amazing in that episode.
Showtime seems determined to do its new season of Twin Peaks right: according to new details revealed at this weekend's Crypticon, the season will be nearly twice as long as originally projected, will feature a score from original composer and perpetual bad-ass Angelo Badalamenti, and will be filmed on the Washington State set.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer ended 12 years ago last Wednesday, and over the weekend, stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alyson Hannigan got together to make the entirety of the Internet long for the good old days—and to hang out together, probably. Mission accomplished.
Hello friends! After a week's break (during which my nation did something truly wonderful), our The X-Files newbie recaps are back. This week we have one great, properly weird episode and one that played a little like a tamer Criminal Minds. Let's proceed.
This video from BBC Three's Free Speech tackles many of the questions that people tend to want to ask trans people, but really shouldn't—like "Have you had the op?" Paris Lees, Fox Fisher, Veronica Blades, Munroe Bergdorf, Dani Gibbison, Adeleh Sasansara, and Harry Taylor give some hilarious, intelligent, and direct responses.
Oh those are some sweet prairie dogs but what about when they get together with their doggy best friends??
I wish we didn't have to start and end the day with news about a death, but sadly, popular film, TV, and theater actress Anne Meara has passed away of natural causes at the age of 85.
I love it when geek parents and geek kids get geeky together. Check out this video of a father and son jamming out to the Star Wars Cantina music. This kid's piano lessons must be so awesome! (via Nerdist)
Amy Schumer is not only hilarious, but she's been wowing us lately with her increasingly feminist commentary via her comedy. Meanwhile, Paul Feig has been creating platforms for some of Hollywood's funniest women, the most recent example of which is, of course, his upcoming Ghostbusters reboot. Now, they're teaming up for a new comedy!
Damn, Cannes Film Festival. I mean, I know you're fancy and all, but no selfies on the red carpet? No selfies?! What's next, no flat shoes for women? Oh, wait.
A group of female peace activists, collectively known as WomenCrossDMZ, led by Christine Ahn, founder of Women De-Militarize the Zone, marked the 70th Anniversary year of Korea's division into North and South by crossing the DMZ between North to South in peace today. Show More Summary
If you saw A Beautiful Mind, you may have not only become fascinated by game theory, but also by the life of Nobel Prize-winning mathematician, John Nash. While his life was way more complicated than was presented in the film, there's...Show More Summary
“‘You have heart.’ Loki points the head of his spear at Barton's head. Barton's eyes suddenly glow BLACK. The ability to control Barton's mind is now in Loki's hand.”
There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about what the word "censorship" means. Thankfully, there's a game that aims to help players understand what censorship actually means and how it works.
It makes sense that Catwoman's favorite Internet memes would be cat memes. Check out this Internet Catwoman print by artist, M.K. Matsumoto, which is available at the artist's Society 6 store for $18. (via Geek Alerts)
One of the interesting things about Disney's Live Action Films, is the fact that they usually mirror the current trends in Hollywood, and take a family friendly approach to the genre and spin it with a Disney philosophy. Sometimes this...Show More Summary
Today's another one for the history books. In a popular vote of 62% in favor and 38% opposed, Ireland has become the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage as a nation.
Everyone’s stuck in a rut in the Spaced episode “Change." Brian can’t seem to paint, no matter how he approaches it (exemplified in a wonderfully cartoonish sequence), and both Daisy and Tim are having difficulty on the career front...
Chris Pratt totally apologizes. What did he do? Well, nothing yet. But after experiencing countless press junkets himself, and watching how members of the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast crashed and burned while promoting their film, Pratt figures it's better to be safe than sorry.
The Wonder Woman movie seems ages away. We know a Black Widow film isn’t happening. So when it comes to female icons carrying a mainstream franchise, what options do we have? Maybe, among the vigilantes with mutant powers dominating the big screen, we need to make room for an inventor yielding a T-Bar and Pixie Dust. You know, Tinker Bell.