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Have you been mourning the dynamic political-reporting duo of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert during this election season? If so, make sure to tune in tomorrow night, as Vulture is reporting that Stewart will be appearing on The Late Show.
While the Harley Quinn of this year's Suicide Squad is wearing a very different outfit from the famous jester costume, it turns out that the costume designers working on the movie did in fact make a version of that suit.
At Star Wars Celebration, EA announced not just one but two more DLC packs that will bring in previously unavailable characters and entirely new storylines thanks to the release of Rogue One!
Back in May, Alden Ehrenreich was in final talks to accept the role of young Han Solo--and like all the other news coming out of Star Wars Celebration, this makes it official.
Perhaps in the same way the communicator allowed us to dream up the cell phone, or the Nostromo’s mining expedition imagined asteroid mining as a reality, Mass Effect or similar works of fiction can help us explore our methods of exploration, challenge us to consider the damage an interstellar colonial project could cause, and force us to dream of a better way.
If you've ever wished you could go back to the mixtape days of yore without actually having to deal with tapes, or if you have friends you've been trying to talk into watching some of your favorite shows and movies, Netflix has just launched a new feature that helps you do that.
I've been watching people catch Pokémon all week now, but nothing compares to this: a rare Vaporeon sighting in Central Park a couple nights ago prompted a mad dash of tons of Pokémon GO players, much to the amusement of the user who captured it on video.
Sicario director Denis Villeneuve said he had a "terror period" when he was asked to direct the Blade Runner follow-up to the original 1982 film, but given that he's such a fan of the first one we don't really have anything to worry about.
Star Wars Celebration is proving to be a source for a plethora of exciting news; in addition to the awesome new Rogue One footage we got yesterday, we also have another announcement that a beloved character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe is making his way into the new Star Wars canon.
Since this set of Star Trek movies differentiated itself from the past series from the very beginning by defining its own universe (dubbed the "Kelvin" timeline), it shouldn't be any surprise that they're going to be playing by their own rules--and that, apparently, includes bringing back characters long since believed to be dead.
Ghostbusters opened on Thursday night with $3.4 million, and now Variety is reporting that while the studio estimates it'll bring in up to $40 million opening weekend, "box office trackers" are convinced it will fall somewhere within the $45-50 million dollar range.
Here are the six items I don't leave my house without when playing Pokémon Go.
It's just been announced that Rose Byrne will join HBO's upcoming film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks as journalist Rebecca Skloot. Skloot wrote the nonfiction book of the same name, and formed a close relationship with Deborah, Lacks' "charismatic yet complicated daughter" who will be played by Winfrey.
While Anthy was introduced to Revolutionary Girl Utena, she seemed to be the perpetual damsel in distress: always being pushed around by every and any other force at work at Ohtori Academy. Alas, as this particular arc demonstrates, she is part of the shadowy force that dictates the dueling doings going on. Show More Summary
"Where's Jyn" will definitely not become a hashtag campaign following the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
You've been seeing these posts about subscribing floating around for the past few weeks. In all the talk about subscribing to The Mary Sue, both through our posts, and through the comments in response, there was a point that I thought was being missed. Show More Summary
For all that people are talking about the importance of diversity across all fields, it seems that there are always those willing to pay the idea lip service while remaining apathetic and short-sighted. What's sad is that it's the people that are supposedly the most creative and imaginative that are guilty of being the most myopic.
The gaming industry is no stranger to "vaporware" games that seem interesting when they're announced but never see store shelves, but that's not the kind of thing we see a lot with hardware in the modern era. Back in the day, however,...Show More Summary
The world of Rick and Morty isn't exactly the most, uh... appealing world to be in, I suppose. But if you often find yourself wondering what it'd be like to wander through Rick Sanchez's garage, then you should get yourself on down to San Diego for Adult Swim's "Adult Swim on the Green" event.
The Orange is the New Black star tells her 18-year-old self about setting her bar high in regards to love and relationships in a video for Teen Vogue.