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Lena Dunham took a crack at the story of the Garden of Eden on Saturday Night Live, and true to form she was naked through the entire skit! The… READ ON
"You never really play what actually happened, you're playing this Big Fish version of what happened," Telltale's Kevin Bruner said of his studio's Borderlands spinoff, Tales from the Borderlands, at a panel at SXSW on Saturday. Read more...
An in-depth video series exploring Esther’s true role in the Purim story.
Adalind's baby arrives with a few surprises, while Wu discovers the terrifying stories he heard as a kid might be true. Check out the most frightening moments from Grimm "Mommy Dearest."
Or is this story even true? Is it actually one of those “good-cop/bad-cop” tales instead? It’s difficult to say, but I vote ever-so-slightly for “true.” My opinion of John Kerry is very low, but I think more of him than
Maverick AC Milan firebrand Mario Balotelli could be on his way back to the Premier League if stories linking Chelsea with the striker are true. After one of their worst seasons for many a year, Milan could be willing to cash in on one...Show More Summary
A young woman journeys across the West Australian desert with four camels and a dog in director John Curran's drama based on a true story. [...]
Here’s a look at the latest from true independent director Henry Jaglom. The title “The M Word” refers to the change of life, but in this case it is a broad definition as the story also centers on big personnel changes at a local TVShow More Summary
Dean Cain, Robin Givens and James Andrew Oster star in this thriller based on the true story of a plane stranded over a region of active volcanoes. [...]
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
Ninjas are like shadows, the true shadows. Ninjas are like flames, deep crimson flames. No matter how much the times change, the work of people will not change. The ninjas that live on the dark side of the world, are still needed today. Show More Summary
Historian Oliver Lee Bateman reflects on a time when masked wrestlers ruled the American South. The post Behind the Mask: The Amazing True Story of Masked Wrestling in the United States appeared first on The Good Men Project.
More important than the false story Paul Ryan has been telling is what his true views are as Robert Schlesinger notes. Here’s the thing: The promise of a “life of equal outcomes” exists only in the straw man talking points of Paul Ryan and the CPAC speaker’s lineup. It’s a conservative straw man, not an […]
True Detective is not just the title of a TV series. From 1924 to 1995, it was the name of a pulpy “true crime” magazine that, especially in its early days, had terrifically lurid covers advertising the shocking stories within. We decided to pay tribute to those wonderful covers and guess at the revelations in this weekend’s finale at the same time. Show More Summary
The media headlines attached to the major medical news story of the past week might have been: “Shocking but true: Nearly 1 in 10 US children under the age of 5 is obese!” Had that been the headline, it would indeed have been every bit as true as it is shocking. And the really shocking [...]
In 2007, Zack Snyder painted a gory and graphic epic out of the true story of the battle of Thermopylae in 480 B.C. as interpreted by the Frank Miller/Lynn Varley graphic novel. Seven years later, director Noam Murro (Smart People) takes up the helm for 300: Rise of an Empire. Show More Summary
HBO's hit new show has catapulted a 100-year-old short-story collection onto the bestseller lists. A collection of strange art nouveau stories by American author Robert W. Chambers, The King in Yellow has gone virtually unread for most of the past century. Show More Summary
As you probably know by now, Newsweek claims to have found the true identity of shrouded-in-mystery Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto… a 64-year-old California man who was born with the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. The story has outraged many for not only outing the man (who denies having anything to do with Bitcoin) but for publishing personal details about him and … [More]
There's an old rule that animators keep in mind: "Put it where you can see it." It's true for illustrators, too. When you're designing a picture, the parts of the pose that are important to the story should be in clear view, while the less important parts can be concealed. Show More Summary