Fans may have already known that Stephen Amell's titular superhero in The CW's hit crime-fighting drama TV series "Arrow" will be sporting a brand-new, close to the source-material, fighting suit, in the show's upcoming Season 4.
The 2015 college football season is just around the corner. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Barrett Sallee sat down with Stephen Nelson to list his top five SEC players heading into the fall. Who do you think should be No. 1? Watch the video and let us know! Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Sporting a brand-new comic-friendly suit in Arrow Season 4, as well finally assuming the moniker of Green Arrow, Stephen Amell will take the CW character ever-closer to his DC roots by the fall return. That said, Amell hilariously refuted a suggestion that we’ll ever see The CW’s Oliver Queen sporting the comic character’s famous facial hair. Continue reading…
Stephen Nelson sits down with Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Adam Kramer to talk about who he believes are the top five Big Ten players heading into the 2015 season. Who do you think should have made the list? Watch the video and let us know! Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Stephen Nelson sits down with Bleacher Report Recruiting Analyst Sanjay Kirpalani to re-rank the top five recruiting classes from 2011. You may be surprised by who made the list. Who do you think deserves to be the top recruiting class from 2011? Watch the video and let us know! Rankings courtesy of 247sports. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Take a deep breath, because here comes a stream of updates and news on injured and rehabbing Nationals.>>> Stephen Strasburg threw 51 pitches over three simulated innings in a live bullpen session Friday afternoon, sitting down and getting back up like a game. He faced Emmanuel Burriss and Jose Lobaton.Read full article >>
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down two spots, finishing the week at number 7.Christie Golden's Star Wars: Dark Disciple debuts at number 17.In paperback:Andy Weir's The Martian maintains its position at number 2 (trade paperback).Emily St. Show More Summary
I have been hearing of torrent of criticism and putdowns against Justin Trudeau and the Liberals from NDP friends and acquaintances for months. Attacks such as "airhead" and "moron" and "unprincipled" have been echoing on my Facebook...Show More Summary
We’ll need to check on this, but we think Malcolm Butler works for EA Sports, because he was the last guy to shut the Seahawks down quite as dramatically as this. According to Stephen Cohen of SeattlePI.com, the maker of the popular Madden video game series delivered a blow to the team when it started begging…
The last we heard about a possible Pavement reunion was when Stephen Malkmus shot the idea down earlier this year. But maybe they will be reuniting again after all, even if it’s not for a full tour like in 2010. In a new interview on the Midwest music podcast Pants OFF!, former Pavement and Silver […]
STEPHEN L. CARTER: Nuke Deal Gives Iran Room to Cheat. “I am concerned about what happens if at the conclusion of a dispute about an inspection, Iran will not back down. My analysis of the 159-page agreement says: probably nothing.” If by probably, you mean damn-near certainly, yeah.
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down one spot, finishing the week at number 5.In paperback:Andy Weir's The Martian maintains its position at number 2 (trade paperback).Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven is down two positions, ending the week at number 7 (trade paperback).George R. Show More Summary
This week: Stephen White, Danny Kelly and Ryan Van Bibber break down the $258 million worth of NFL contracts and how they impact the NFL landscape. We also dive deep into the Titans/Marcus Mariota fuss and find a really dumb team. Have we got a treat for you this week, NFL fans. Show More Summary
What's with all the Pluto hullabaloo? Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Stephen Colbert to clear up some planetary questions.
Stephen Colbert is so excited about NASA's Pluto flyby that he invited famed astrophysicist and frequent Colbert Report guest Neil DeGrasse Tyson to his new Late Show offices to break down the historic moment in space exploration. But there was one problem: Tyson is one of the main forces that demoted Pluto to a dwarf planet in 2006.
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As humans caught their first glimpse of Pluto’s surface on Tuesday -- thanks to New Horizons' historic flyby -- comedian Stephen Colbert sat down with astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson to chat about the “9th rock from the sun.” Pluto...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS – Moments after he rebounded from being knocked down by landing a highlight-reel head-kick knockout, Stephen Thompson, naturally, was all smiles. Watch his walk from the cage. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down one spot, finishing the week at number 4.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones maintains its position at number 1.Andy Weir's The Martian maintains its position at number 2 (trade paperback).Emily St. Show More Summary
Deadline is reporting that A Royal Affair director Nikolaj Arcel has been locked down as the director for The Dark Tower, the long-awaited film adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy/horror book. Arcel has brought on Anders Thomas Jensen to rewrite the script, which was most recently put together by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner. The Dark […]