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Thirty years may have passed since the premiere of the beloved cult classic Clue, but as it turns out it’s never too late to adapt your movie into a stage version. Jonathan Lynn, writer and director of the original film, is working on a script that will take the board game characters off the screen […]
Earlier today, video game developer Rockstar Games tweeted the above image to its account--and apparently, its Twitter isn't the only thing that's gone red. Other sites have noted that in addition to Twitter, Rockstar's Facebook account and the loading screen for its website are sporting the same new version of its logo.
It's a good day to be a Planet Earth fan! You might have forgotten (like me) that there's been a planned sequel in the works to the amazing documentary series--narrated to memorable effect by Sir David Attenborough--since 2013.
A darker and scarier Jurassic World? It may not mean riding through a jungle with a velociraptor posse, but I could be here for it.
The election was the first subject brought up last night when actress Emily Blunt hosted Saturday Night Live, and she wasted no time at all in doing whatever she could to lift the audience's spirits--and all of us watching at home, by extension.
Apparently the 32-year-old British actress is walking away with the biggest paycheck amongst the cast.
Issa Rae recently premiered her new HBO sitcom, Insecure, and it’s literally everything I needed.
Now that filming is over, it's only a matter of counting down the days until the next Justice League trailer--and from there, we've got a little over a year to go before the film itself premieres on November 17, 2017. (Don't worry. At least we only have to wait until June for Wonder Woman.)
This week is giving me all the Parks and Recreation nostalgia. ICYMI, earlier this week it was officially Treat Yo Self 2016 on October 13th, and now Ron Swanson himself is finally sounding off on the presidential election.
To be honest, I'm surprised we didn't get a shot of Ren reacting to the on-screen appearance of his own grandfather, but perhaps that means there's another video to come. At least he didn't devolve into slashing at things with his lightsaber again.
If you're missing the early-nineties days of yore, however, the team at Darth Blender has compiled a video using the audio from the upcoming Power Rangers with footage from the 90s TV series--and it takes us all the way back to Angel Grove, forcing us to acknowledge how far we've come in television effects in the process.
Towards the tail end of last Monday's episode, Superman had indicated that he'd be sticking around for a while--and we already know that'll be one more episode at least. Could the door be open for him to return at any point in the future? I'm not ruling it out.
Composer Danny Elfman, who has scored spooky films like The Nightmare Before Christmas, Sleepy Hollow and Tales From The Crypt, decided to lay his own original horror movie music over some debate footage--and yes, this is the real d...
If you're a woman, it's easy to dismiss your mental health as just something else in the laundry list of things society tells you is wrong with you.
Entertainment Weekly reported that Dacre Montgomery will play "Billy" in Stranger Things season 2 and Sadie Sink will play "Max."
Outside Magazine recently published an "obituary" for the Great Barrier Reef, and according to the current tally at the bottom of their post, it's been shared 1.21 million times. That's too bad, because according to experts, it's not true.
I can't wait for the day when revelations like this are commonplace and no longer "newsworthy." But, as we don't yet live in that time, I was thrilled to see the inclusion of yet another queer female character in the DC Comics universe. And this time, we have another queer woman of color to join Renee Montoya and Grace Choi.
This election's depressing, so here's a billboard blasting Trump with Overwatch references and a text-based adventure based on Hillary Clinton.
Armed with Nye's signature look, the dapper bow tie, entrepreneur and model Karlie Kloss, space exploration advocate Emily Calandrelli, comedian Joanna Hausmann, Veritasium's Derek Muller, and comedian Nazeem Hussain announce their new positions
Ronja the Robber's Daughter, an animated series based on Swedish author Astrid Lindgren's fantasy series of the same name, is coming to Amazon set to the voice of Gillian Anderson.