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This week’s Orphan Black was an amazing chase through BrightBorn Group that finally brought Cosima out of the lab and into the action! Um, though she probably wishes she'd just stayed in the lab. Family tensions spike between Sarah and Felix, and the return of Crystal throws a huge wrench into the Project Leda works. Welcome to Episode 5 of the season, “Human Raw Material.”
Usually, a phrase like "OkCupid data leak" would refer to a hacking incident done with a stated intent to harm. In this case, the leaking of data from 70,000 profiles from the popular dating site happened in the name of scientific research. But does that make it okay? Not necessarily.
The first trailer for the Studio Ghibli, Why Not Productions, and Wild Bunch co-production The Red Turtle (or La Tortue rouge) is out, and promises a style and story that we haven't quite seen in Ghibli before.
Superhero stories tend to focus a lot on the influence of parental figures. You’d be hard pressed to name a superhero whose parents aren’t tragically murdered, absent, or villains….or sometimes combinations of all three.
At the Tribeca film festival this year, actor Joel David Moore made his directing debut with the feature film Youth in Oregon. A Portland, Oregon native himself, his film addresses Oregon’s "right to die" laws through the lens of a family dramedy. I spoke with Joel and star Mary Kay Place, a veteran writer-director-actress herself, about their collaboration.
I started to write an excerpt but I'm still too incapacitated from all the feelings. Sorry, gang.
Only two more episodes of Korra left. WILL THIS BE A MUSICAL EPISODE?
Sure, every time a new Smash Bros. character is announced, everyone on the Internet likes to jump to the conclusion that they're "overpowered" just based on neat clips in a trailer, which are absolutely no indication of how a character will stack up in the end. Show More Summary
We were rooting hard for ABC's Agent Carter, as there were clearly so many reasons why the show deserved a third season. However, ratings are ratings, and the ratings weren't there. Sadly, Agent Carter will not be getting a Season Three.
New Line Cinema has just acquired Misty Copeland's autobiography, Life In Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina, to adapt into a biopic about her life story.
After talented cinnamon roll Guillermo del Toro stepped down as director of Pacific Rim 2 following numerous studio delays last year, Daredevil's Season 1 showrunner Steven DeKnight took over at the helm. Now, screenwriter Derek Connolly,...Show More Summary
It's official! Supergirl will be getting a second season! After weeks of rumors, CBS confirmed today that Supergirl will not only be flying into Season Two, but it will be joining its other DCTV bretheren over at The CW.
The Dreamcast is too often remembered as the hardware flop that turned Sega into a strictly software company (for home purposes, anyway) and not often enough as a decent system with some memorable games. One of its biggest stars was Shenmue,...Show More Summary
CHVRCHES, the best band to ever use the ancient Roman U, has just released a brand new song that they recorded for the Mirror's Edge Catalyst soundtrack.
Gen Con 2016 has just announced their list of invited "Industry Insiders," which refers to a group of 25 Featured Presenters as well as the Industry Insider Guest of Honor, who is Michael Pondsmith. For the first time this year, theShow More Summary
Joe Pytka, director of the greatest sci-fi/sports crossover movie ever made (Space Jam) doesn't believe that the upcoming remake based on his movie will work.
You have to love an episode named after famous Canadian k.d. lang’s song of love and longing, “Constant Craving.” Lang is from Alberta, which is also where Wynonna Earp is filmed. (Speaking of Alberta, lets send some collective good vibes to the people of Ft. McMurray, who are experiencing a forest fire of catastrophic proportions.)
Act fast—we’ve put together some of our best courses into can’t-miss bundles. Best of all? You can pay what you want for them at the Mary Sue Shop.
DC Bombshells, an alternate-history look at our favorite female DC superheroes, is only growing in popularity. Thanks to Ant Lucia's amazing artwork that inspired the line in the first place, Marguerite Bennett's fabulous writing, and a team of amazing artists throughout each issue, the demand for all things DC Bombshells has never been higher. Show More Summary
After their first successful test run yesterday in a Nevada desert, the Hyperloop One team has begun to make the rounds, describing the details of their high-speed transportation technology. We could all be riding on a Hyperloop transport in the next few years, if all goes according to plan.