Did Destiny take itself too seriously? From my whopping hour and a half of experience with the game, I'd say so. It didn't have to be that way. Speaking to IGN, comedian and writer David Cross said he "jumped at the chance" to work with...Show More Summary
At some point in Destiny’s development, there was a plan to make your companion, Ghost, a lot less monotonous. Comedian David Cross, of Arrested Development fame, told IGN that himself and Brian Posehn, another comedian, were invited to Bungie’s HQ to play Destiny before its release and write a few jokes for the Ghost to […]
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Arrested Development star says Bungie didn't use "a single, solitary thing" that he and Brian Posehn wrote.
It's hard to argue that the past six months has been a patently-embarrassing year to be in journalism: The Rolling Stone/UVA fiasco, the Brian Williams disaster, the Stephanopoulos scandal. Trust in media has plunged to an (another) all-time low as a result.
Appearing on Fox News’ MediaBuzz on Sunday, David Zurawik, television and media critic for the Baltimore Sun, blasted NBC News’ decision to bring back Brian Williams after serving a six month suspension for lying about his reporting...
When Mack first started working on Kabuki, now-known for its mixed media mastery, did he really intend for to only write and have Bendis draw it?
Did Marvel keep Wolverine from being a killer, and squelch plans for a trans superhero in the '80s? And was Brian Bendis going to be the artist on David Mack's "Kabuki?"
Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik was one of the strongest critics of the lies of Brian Williams back when he was exposed in February. So it’s only natural to turn back to Zurawik for one of the strongest tongue-lashings of NBC’s decision to re-purpose the serial exaggerator at MSNBC. The truth lost:
David Blatt must earn LeBron James' respect, not the other way around. Marc Stein was not the first reporter to point out that LeBron James does not seem to respect coach David Blatt all that much. Stein's colleague Brian Windhorst has been all over that story all season long, as has the Akron Beacon Journal's Jason Lloyd. Show More Summary
After his stirring performance as Martin Luther King, Jr. in Selma, David Oyelowo returns to the big screen in another story based on true events. The Captive trailer gives us new footage of the actor as Brian Nichols, the man who, in 2005, famously broke out of prison and went on a killing spree. Show More Summary
David Byrne has been tapped to curate the lineup for this year's Meltdown Festival, which takes place August 17-30 at the Southbank Centre in London. Guests include Jonny Greenwood, Brian Eno, Sunn O))), Dirty Projectors frontman David Longstreth, Anna Calvi, Sinkane, Herbert, Young Marble Giants, Zun Zun Egui, and more. Show More Summary
Vince Wilfork donned what can only be described as the most Vince Wilfork shirt of all time Tuesday before stepping to the podium for a post-minicamp press conference. NFL.com's David Ely and the Houston Chronicle's Brian T. Smith (h/t...Show More Summary
Axel Alonso shares his take on why Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez are the right team for "Iron Man," and what makes "Weirdworld" a special book.
Creators Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez are joined by Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso to talk the post-"Secret Wars" phase of Tony Stark's life.
Creators Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez, along with Marvel's Axel Alonso and Tom Brevoort, pull back the curtain on INVINCIBLE IRON MAN.
CBR spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about "Invincible Iron Man," "All-New, All-Different Marvel's" flagship title drawn by David Marquez.
Michael Waltrip Racing is trading crew chiefs in an attempt to up the performance of its two cars. Effective immediately, Brian Pattie will become David Ragan's crew chief for the No. 55. Billy Scott, previously the No. 55 crew chief, will be the crew chief for Clint Bowyer's No. Show More Summary
Tony Stark’s Iron Man is easily one the most popular character in the Marvel movie-verse. Once the Secret Wars smoke clears, Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez are tasked with making him just as popular on the comic page. It’s not going to be easy. Read more...
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez are set to team once again, this time for an "Invincible Iron Man" series, debuting post-"Secret Wars."