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This week's episode of The Walking Dead set us up for what will certainly be a heart-pounding mid season finale, and finally gave us an answer to THAT big question.
Is there a name for the mathematic property by which the amount of time left before a major movie release and the amount of footage from that movie we haven't seen is directly proportional? Either way, here's a clip from Star Wars: The...Show More Summary
In their latest installment, Digging Deeper go in on the 2005 film Serenity, juxtaposing the famous film follow-up to the Firefly television series against famous John Wayne movies and other Westerns and space Westerns alike so you can see just how influenced it was by the predecessors of the genre.
This gallery of geeky wedding cakes from Forbes (including the Sailor Moon one in the photo above) is giving me all the envy. Okay, so I may not need a wedding cake any time soon... but maybe a birthday, eventually?
As of right now, much of the details about the Iron Fist TV show still remain shrouded in mystery. With no lead cast yet and no showrunner attached, rumors have started circulating that Iron Fist may be swapped out for The Punisher in terms of which character gets their own show. Marvel, however, is denying that such a change would take place.
Ryan Meinerding, head of visual development for Marvel Studios, posted some photos to his Facebook of some artwork he created for several of the films in the MCU, including Captain America and the Iron Man trilogy.
There's still a few months to go before the premiere of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies in February, but now we've got this pretty new poster to stare at and enjoy. Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James) and Mr. Darcy (Sam Riley) are wielding a sword and a katana, respectively, towering over a mound of zombies springing forth from the ground to wreak havoc and mayhem.
There always seems to be at least one Saturday Night Live sketch that allow this super talented cast to show off their bevy of celebrity impressions—and last night's episode was no exception to the rule. The bit opened with a shot of J.J. Abrams, who claimed to be revealing some never-before-seen audition footage from The Force Awakens.
This episode of Revolutionary Girl Utena gets right to it with a cold open: The blue short-haired member of the student council, Miki, is set to duel Utena over the Rose Bride. His claim is much softer than Saionji’s; he merely wants to “get the music back,” but how does that involve Anthy? Luckily, the episode’s only […]
Sometimes, women have to do things they never thought they would in order to navigate and survive the misogynistic societies in which they live. The New York Times today has a stunning profile of three Muslim women from Syria, each formerly a member of ISIS' all-female Khansaa Brigade, the morality police.
Last night Our company had a party to launch Our TV division. Very exciting. MERC CITY is a show that will follow the Mercs and Bounty Hunters of the Riddick Universe. Next Month, DT begins writing the next Chapter in the Chronicles of Riddick… FURIA. #HappyFurianFriday A photo posted by Vin Diesel (@vindiesel) on Nov […]
Our friends at Nerdist are premiering a new fan discussion show tonight that should make all you Whovians out there very happy!
I'm often the last person to hear about trends, which is probably why I was such a geek growing up. Before this week I had no idea that International Men's Day - which is celebrated on November 19th - was even a thing, let alone that it's been around since 1999. Did you? And more importantly, should it be a thing?
The crew of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower are clearly a big ol' bunch of geeks, and WE LOVE THEM FOR IT. Using the awesome location provided by the U.S. Navy, they got together to film an awesome spoof of The Force Awakens trailer. Check it out above!
Warner Bros. has finally announced that Wonder Woman is officially in production, and we couldn't be more excited! Of course, actor Said Taghmaoui accidentally let the cat out of the bag by posting some photos from the set before principal photography had been announced (he promptly deleted them). Show More Summary
Lately, it seems Tamika Flynn has been a very busy girl. She and her army of highly literate children have sabotaging every business in town owned by Strex (which is most of them now) and taking down their many yellow helicopters. Tamika even built a bloodstone circle in the Ralph’s, in direct defiance of Strex’s recent ban on bloodstones.
The Tribeca Film Festival has become a household name in the independent film world. Now, Tribeca is taking on the gaming world, and The Mary Sue's Sam Riedel and Alec Bernal were able to check out the inaugural Tribeca Games event where the cast and creative of Riot Games' League of Legends were holding court.
Ms. Marvel has tackled a lot of tricky topics, such as: internalized racism, gendered socialization vis-a-vis teen romance, navigating the world of super-heroism as a teen girl who works with older, wiser heroes (who still need help -- even from a teen girl!)... the list goes on. And now, the comic will be doing an issue about gentrification.
Space is hard, basically.
Claudia Gray is the New York Times bestselling author of Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Lost Stars and Star Wars: New Republic: Bloodline, as well as the YA sci fi book Defy the Stars. We talked to Claudia over the phone about her fanfic roots, why she's fascinated by artificial intelligence, and what it's like to get paid to write about Star Wars.