Susana has tragically departed TMS, and we miss her constantly - but no more so than Tuesdays, when there is a Pull It Together-sized hole in our hearts and on our website. While I don't hope to live up to her awesome standards in comic...Show More Summary
In a recent interview with Backchannel, Yahoo's Marissa Mayer was asked if she thought a male CEO with similar attributes would have received the same level of personal criticism that she's experienced during her time at the company. But according to Backchannel, "Mayer wants nothing to do with that form of support."
Today marks the launch of the #DearMe campaign, where popular Youtube stars give advice to their younger selves to promote female empowerment. Felicia Day just put hers up about an hour ago and oh my gosh, it's wonderful. Click through to see some more from your favorite funny women!
I'm gonna show you something beautiful.
Writing a Star Wars movie is a pretty daunting task, especially when it's outside of the main series and could go in about as many directions a ship flying through space. Chris Weitz was recently brought on to work on the script for Gareth Edwards' standalone Star Wars spinoff, and he's finally opened up a bit about what he's been up to in a galaxy far, far away.
Gemma Kirby's job requires spending a lot of time in the air, which makes sense considering her original career-goal: "When I was really little, I wanted to be Luke Skywalker. My friends would call me Luke because when I was 3 or 4 years old I found Star Wars and I demanded they call me Luke and I would not answer to anything else."
Ok, I'll be honest. I'm one of them. [Spoilers for the Season 1 finale of Star Wars Rebels ahead.]
If you didn’t already think Melinda May was one of the coolest women in history, get ready to have your mind changed forever and for always. Ming-Na Wen, the actress who plays the Agents of SHIELD badass, tells us she’s looking to lightspeed ahead into another geek-approved galaxy.
What film stars Rosario Dawson, Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, Mae Whitman, The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira, and Agents of SHIELD's Chloe Bennet? Disney's Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast, out today, and The Mary Sue has some awesome exclusive art for you to take a gander at!
Yesterday we showed you the iffy poster, now watch the trailer for Ex Machina starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, and Oscar Isaac. And we were just discussing how certain forms of artificial intelligence make us feel about the direction the world is heading. This movie will not comfort you if you're among the fearful.
This Sunday is International Women's Day, and in its honor Emma Watson will be holding a live Q&A on He for She and Gender Equality in London. If you can make it to the event you can apply through her Facebook page to win tickets; if not, you can check out the livestream with the rest of us, which we'll post up on TMS on Sunday.
Unfortunately, these exceptional 3D designs by Volatile Vertex are not real action figures you can buy—or maybe that's a good thing, because I don't know how much money I would be willing to spend on this amazing Princess BubbleBat but it would probably be all of it. And don't even get me started on Alfred!BMO, because I cannot handle how cute they are.
Today the Department of Marvelous Makeup is wonderstruck by the comic book makeovers of Canadian makeup artist Lianne Moseley. Based in Calgary, Moseley is entirely self-trained and works full-time doing bridal makeup, but when she’s...Show More Summary
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Photographer Martin Szabo has created a photo booth project where he creates hilarious portraits by blasting his subjects with a 235-MPH leaf blower. The project is inspired by Tadao Cern’s 2012 photo series Blow Job. photos by Martin Szabo via PetaPixel
Consider this before emailing your Social Security number — or State Department business
In case you needed more proof that watching "The Simpsons" can make you smarter. Mmmm... mathematical. (via Numberphile) If you're like me, your primary thought when it comes to math is "Man, I wish I remembered more from math class....Show More Summary
It’s been 50 years since The Sound of Music opened in theaters. You know the songs, you might recall the story, and now it’s time to learn a few things about the making of the film. Starring Julie Andrews, it is loosely based on the autobiography of the real Maria von Trapp. Show More Summary
This person showed up and all of the sudden you were smiling when you were grocery shopping or taking out the trash.