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Flight of the Conchords and What We Do in the Shadows director/actor Taika Waititi is reportedly in negotiations to direct Thor: Ragnarok.
The series stars Mr. Peabody, voiced by Rick & Morty's Chris Parnell, and Sherman, who's voiced by Max Charles of the Mr. Peabody movie. The two are co-hosts who interview historical figures like Napoleon, Cleopatra, and George Washington. They also time travel with their WABAC machine!
The feature on NASA's website said the image revealed "a surprisingly complex and violent history" and I'm not going to lie, I'm a bit disappointed that there were no mentions of intergalactic space wars and mecha-suits. That being said, there's still some pretty cool stuff here.
Aw yeah! We're super stoked to share this exclusive preview of Toil and Trouble #2 with you. Written by Mairghread Scott with art by Kelly & Nichole Matthews, it's a title that quickly found a place in our hearts here at TMS.
Dark Horse Comics and Scott Allie have both released statements about recent harassment allegations, but it's still unclear how much they're actually listening.
In an act that would make Easy A proud, students at Charleston County School of the Arts in North Charleston, South Carolina wore red A's last week to protest the school's dress code policies. About 100 students took part, and also shared their A's with the hashtags #NotADistraction and #NotADistractionSOA.
The reasons for Metal Gear Solid V’s Quiet, the game’s silent female sniper, have probably been one of game's biggest fashion mysteries. Her look caused a bit of an uproar when her character was finally revealed in all her bikini top glory, largely due to the fact that this is a female character that cannot talk and is also heavily sexualized.
Mara Wilson brought up Matilda's total Hogwarts-worthy witch-ness, something that's floated around Reddit and Twitter for years, and gave us a look at Matilda's time at our favorite wizarding school.
We can only write so much fan fiction before an opportunity like this one, created by Alan Tudyk, seems just too good to be true: getting the old gang back together for one last go in a series called Con Man.
Continuing on last week's theme of "too many words about a sad green rock."
J.J. Abrams loves him some Beastie Boys. In Star Trek, he has a young James Kirk stealing a car and rocking out to the Beastie Boys classic, "Sabotage." Now, it seems that love of the Beastie Boys has migrated over to The Force Awakens, where one of its characters also has its roots in Abrams' musical taste.
Did you know that Nicolas Cage was going to be in Lord of the Rings, but he turned down the opportunity? "I can't even imagine what that would have been like," you say in awed wonder. Don't worry; we've done some imagining for you with seven characters who should've been played by Nic Cage.
We've got a super special treat for y'all today. BOOM! was kind enough to share some process photos with us, peeling back the panel to show us the work that goes into making the beautiful, breathtaking art of Tyson Hesse's Diesel.
Sony is currently developing an animated film based on Ghostbusters. Ivan Reitman, director of the original film, is producing the project, which is still seeking out a writer.
Sarah Michelle Gellar will soon lend her voiceover talents to Star Wars Rebels in the role of an Imperial Inquisitor called the Seventh Sister.
Street Fighter V announced that Zangief would return to the SF roster yesterday. Late last night, folks noticed that the Street Fighter gallery on Famitsu also contained a dozen more screenshots of a mysterious new character named Laura.
Sleepy Hollow is baaaaaack! But, to be honest, I am way less excited for the series' return than I would have guessed I'd be this time last year.
The makeover is one of the most powerful and controversial tropes in Young Adult fiction. Makeovers are the stuff of deep wish fulfillment, and though the nature of these wishes and modes of transformation may have changed, makeovers still speak not only to the enduring power of beauty, but to our discomfort with its conventions as well.
Earlier this week we were both dismayed and unsurprised to read that the Vatican had confirmed Pope Francis' meeting with marriage equality opponent Kim Davis.
Black Widow has been missing so far from Marvel's All-New, All-Different lineup, but with good reason! According to Entertainment Weekly, Marvel will be debuting Black Widow #1, from the entire creative team of the recently-ended Daredevil series (writer Mark Waid, artist Chris Samnee, colorist Matthew Wilson and letterer Joe Caramagna), in early 2016.