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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is on the way in just over two weeks to follow up on Marvel's 2014 surprise hit at the hands of a ragtag team of a-holes. Human beings outside of Marvel have now seen Vol. 2 with their own eyes, and they seem to have had a very good time, despite a few holdouts who weren't quite so impressed.
Director Rodrigo Garcia (In Treatment) has partnered with Indigenous Media to create a digital documentary series called Lives of Women, which focuses on the individual stories and lives of real-life women from all backgrounds and walks of life. Check out the trailer after the jump!
The series finale of HBO's Girls aired last night, marking the end of a six-year journey for a group of female millennials in New York City. The show wasn't necessarily everyone's cup of tea. When the pilot aired six years ago, I didn't think it would be mine. [SPOILER ALERT if you haven't watched the finale yet, and care about being spoiled on Girls.]
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially enter the Boston Marathon. A lot of men–no surprise here–didn't react too well to her perceived interloping. But she's still running, 50 years later.
Dwayne Johnson would do anything for his little girl, that's for damn sure.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 isn't even out yet but we already have our first bit of news on the third installment of the Marvel space film.
I feel bad awarding the honor of "best scene" in Rogue One to Darth Vader, not just because it seems it was only added at the last minute, but because the movie really was a great ensemble, and if anything, I wish we'd gotten more time with some of these characters. Show More Summary
One Lyft driver from Dallas, Texas named Tro'Juan Henderson went viral over the weekend with a video explaining why he won't drive intoxicated women home alone. It's not because of a fear of vomit in his car, and it's not related to any of that Mike Pence "Billy Graham rule" nonsense. Show More Summary
Tales From the Crypt (aka the show that traumatized you as a child) is fixing to make a comeback. Eventually.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy spoke with MTV News at Star Wars Celebration about the future of the franchise, both as it relates to the Skywalker Saga, and as it relates to the "anthology films." You can check out the full interview in the video after the jump.
I hesitate to say that these are on purpose or anything (but of course I will in our Wild Speculation section below), because a lot of the shots that are included in this side-by-side recut of the trailer are just well-composed shot...
Bill says he chose Tyler because "He's the man. He's got the beat. He understood the beat... which goes back to the original song from twenty-five years ago."
The director recently sat on a bench in Paris and tweeted 13 tweets on monsters. It ended up being a bit more, but we're not complaining.
We've been excited about Doctor Who's latest companion, Bill Potts, for a while now. Well, if you saw actress Pearl Mackie bring Bill to stunning life in the show's S10 premiere "The Pilot" over the weekend, you've likely already fallen in love with her. Show More Summary
Hey, there were things in the episode besides Bill! Who knew?
Last week, Tyrese Gibson offered some misguided, misogynistic advice for single women. Now he's apologized, but still seems to miss the point.
Accompanied by a live orchestra, Zimmer performed songs from Inception, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Dark Knight.
There have always been so very many reasons why, so many that counting them rather misses the point.
If you're a fan of the Jamie and Claire ship, you might find this new Outlander teaser pretty tough to get through.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 made a Kickstarter (and, later Netflix) fueled comeback at the end of last week when we were all too busy with Star Wars news to take notice, but it is not to be ignored. The revived show is every bit as great as you remember—maybe more—and that's on full display in their loving take on another one of Netflix's gems: Stranger Things.