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Yesterday, we learned that, in a recent interview, Melissa Rosenberg won't be letting Jessica Jones off the hook that easily on the second season of her eponymous show. Kilgrave may be gone, but Jessica will still be dealing with the effects of her trauma for some time to come—just like in real life. Show More Summary
It's that time again. We've got some classics coming back to the streaming service (Breakfast at Tiffany's, Titanic), a lot of original series, and some recent seasons of our TV favorites arriving. We're also losing all three Back to the Future movies and Heroes, but hey, at least we're living in Back to the Future 2, so it's here to stay, right?
American television sees a disappointing dearth of Arab characters in significant roles. In fact, to date, there have arguably only been four, spread across three series. None of them are perfectly crafted, and none of them are necessarily perfect representations. Show More Summary
We've certainly been keeping an eye on what's going on with the Scarlett Johansson-led, live action Ghost in the Shell adaptation, and now Paramount has finally pulled back the curtain on some actual footage from the movie—in tiny, roughly ten-second increments.
I don't like any of the new Power Rangers costumes, really, but above all I don't like the Pink and Yellow Rangers' costumes.
I loved Paul Thomas Anderson's 1999 film Magnolia, in large part because of the soundtrack, which was made up entirely of songs by singer-songwriter Aimee Mann. The single-artist soundtrack did so much to give the film its unique voice, and I still can't hear the song "Wise Up" without thinking about this montage. Show More Summary
Netflix just uploaded a short clip that'll give you all the sitting-in-a-middle-school-science-class feels. In a joke segment called "Real(ish) Science With Bill Nye," our favorite science man tells us how "getting hooked" will improve our lives—whether its on phonics, a coat hook, or Netflix.
This upcoming documentary, Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, promises to be an incredible look into the life of one of humanity's greatest voices.
Renho Murata, who goes by the mononym Renho, made history last week when she was elected leader of Japan's Democratic Party the opposition party and second-largest in Japan only to the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
Halloween is not a holiday that evokes cultural sensitivity, but considering the high hopes for Moana, this Maui costume with a brown bodysuit that appeared on the Disney Store raised some eyebrows.
Transparent's Jill Soloway shared her thoughts on trans actors and characters in Hollywood, as well as what she thinks about representation and the recent controversy over the casting of Matt Bomer as a trans woman character in Anything.
Hulu had to figure out some sort of content to put into their new VR app that works with the Samsung Gear virtual reality headset, and so they've partnered with Huffington Post’s RYOT Studios to put together some comedy shows and some news programs designed for VR.
Fuller House is scheduled to return later this year.
Moderating an online community is hard. Add video copyright troubles to that, and you've got YouTube's predicament as the overwhelmingly popular online video hosting service tries to become more like a social network. They've tried methods...Show More Summary
When artist Matt Vince combined the Legend of Zelda and Hayao Miyazaki to promote movie posters he made, he unleashed a heartbreakingly tender nostalgia bomb the likes of which the world has never seen.
Starship Technologies' new delivery robots have been traipsing around the sidewalks of San Francisco, giving post office couriers a run for their money.
We're living in a time when just about anything can be turned into a musical, and many shows try to have a "musical episode." Well, it seems the folks at The Late, Late Show with James Corden want to help the creators of Stranger Things and Game of Thrones along. Show More Summary
It's nice to know that, even though someone's your boss, they respect your boundaries and are encouraging when it comes to your dating life. Star Trek Beyond isn't coming to Blu-ray until November 1st, but a deleted scene has been released that shows that James Kirk is your bud first, your Captain second.
Can you believe the time we live in now? A man with no political experience who has alienated most of the country is now a forerunner for president. iPhones exist and now they don’t even have headphone jacks. Yes, we clearly live in a special time where anything is possible — like finally owning a pair of self-lacing shoes a la Marty McFly in Back to the Future Part II.
Joss Whedon quit Twitter a year ago, and no one knows why. Now he's back, and he's got a reason for his return: he wants to tell us to vote against Trump. And also, Mark Ruffalo will do a nude scene in his next movie if we all compl...