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We've been looking forward to Freeheld, the lesbian and civil rights story starring Julianne Moore and Ellen Page as Laurel Hester and Stacie Andree, for a while.
Tyrese Gibson of The Fast and the Furious fame has been on a mission to lock down a role in the Green Lantern reboot slated for 2020. Inspired by the fan-art of himself in the role, Tyrese had a meeting with Warner Brothers about the picture last June, and confirmed today that he's now had "a couple of meetings" with the studio.
There's been a lot of commotion over upcoming Daily Show host Trevor Noah as Jon Stewart's August 6th departure from is institution job rapidly approaches, because he's said some pretty disappointing things in his comedy. However, he...Show More Summary
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Previously, I've touched on some of the types of villains and how the downfall of the villain is often a direct result of their own hubris, incessant monologuing, or other such fatal flaws. This time, I'm going to focus on villains/antagonists who were actually doing a pretty good job until the protagonists showed up to poop on their party.
Now, I shamelessly love Sky High where we saw superhero teenagers being all teen-like, but when The Descendants started breaking out lyrics like "I'm rotten to the core" and "Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the baddest of them all" to a Disney-fied dubstep-esque lip-sync dance number I was very confused.
I feel like a cog in a machine for continuing to enjoy these X-Files teasers, but what can I do? I, like the rest of the world, am helpless to resist Gillian's call.
A borderline sociopathic old man drags his grandson from dimension to dimension, supposedly as an assistant but more often just for the company, and simultaneously exposes the kid to an endless parade of mind-scarring horrors.
File this one under "sketchy."
There’s an interesting premise set up in this trailer for One & Two, a new movie coming in August. In it, Eva (Kiernan Shipka, Mad Men) and her brother, Zac (Timothée Chalamet) are held captive on their father’s farm. Ostensibly there’s a reason to their father’s overzealous protection of his kids, but his incredibly overbearing, controlling nature […]
Jeri Ryan is set to guest star on Arrow this coming season! In the second episode of Season Four called "The Candidate," she's playing a character that's original to the show.
FOX has released the first trailers for Season 2 of Gotham! Those of you who went to SDCC may have already seen this footage - but this is for the rest of us.
Check out this awesome, intricate ode to Star Wars: The Force Awakens in a Japanese rice paddy.
Tess Gerritsen happens to live in the same town in Maine I do. I’m sure it’s actually not that much of a coincidence. Camden is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and many famous writers like Edna St. Vincent Millay, J.J. Abrams, and Richard Russo have found themselves “where the mountains meet the sea.”
Characters in video games (and other fiction) might not be real, but that doesn't stop them from having very real consequences on the way we perceive ourselves and our bodies. This, of course, is often especially the case with female characters and can have an unfortunate impact on already-too-high numbers of girls and women with eating disorders.
Recently, a professional CounterStike: Global Offensive competitor made an offhand reference to his team's abuse of Adderall during matches. In response to this confession, the Electronic Sports League has chosen to nip this potential problem in the bud by introducing randomized drug testing for competitors.
When Denver Comic-Con made the ill-conceived decision in May to hold an all-male "Women in Comics" panel, I hoped at the time that Cons everywhere would take note of the criticism DCC received, and remember that representation is vital in planning events for, by, and about women in comics.
Think about it. How ridiculous do these questions sound? Pretty ridiculous, right? So why do people keep asking them?
CBS recently released this new Supergirl trailer, which pretty much focuses on Kara Zor-El (played by Melissa Benoist) saying things in a badass fashion, or alternately being squeeful. We love both sides of her in equal measure. CBS also shared a really awesome experience given to 400 lucky moms and their daughters!
The third highest grossing movie of all time is getting a sequel! I'll give you all time to get over your shock.