Ratboy’s buried alive in a missile silo. Awkward. I feel like I should probably stop calling him Ratboy cos he’s really being shat on by life.
I believe fans should be active, rather than passive consumers of media content. We should engage with it, as well as with creators, as part of us better understanding ourselves and the world, as well as ensuring that mass media doesn’t do more harm to those who enjoy it than good.
Watch this on The Scene. In a piece over at Vanity Fair, Gwendoline Christie models a Captain Phasma-inspired dress designed by Giles Deacon.
Following close on the heels of the announcement that Felicia Day will play a mad scientist character, the MSt3K reboot has announced another big casting decision: Patton Oswalt will play the son of TV’s Frank.
We talk a lot ’round these parts about how comics have a long way to go before there’s gender parity in the industry.
“Imagine not knowing what Mona Lisa’s smile looks like” says the promotional video for Unseen Art, an Finnish open source project that is making classical art more accessible.
There’s no better time to learn a new tech skill or sharpen the ones you already have—our Cyber Monday blowout gives you an extra 25% off e-learning deals at the Mary Sue Shop!
The Pirelli 2016 Calendar is getting a lot of attention today because it is, in the words of photographer Annie Leibovitz, “completely different” this year.
We talked to Melissa MacCoubrey (@Melqartiii), one of the writers of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, to get a better idea of the process Ubisoft went through in developing the much lauded character of Evie Frye, Master Assassin.
Remember when keen-eyed fans of the photos provided by the Mars Curiosity Rover found an alien crab? That was a massive breakthrough in the “this could be a rock, or it could be an alien” community.
Star Wars has always been for everyone, but we’ve all seen marketing efforts—and some of the franchise’s other choices—aim things squarely at young boys.
Pixar fan and film editor Kees van Dijkhuizen Jr. created this incredibly touching Pixar tribute that takes some of the most heartwarming and emotional moments in Pixar’s movie history and sets them to “Stuff We Did,” that One Song from Up.
American Ballet Theater principal dancer Misty Copeland knows what it’s like to grow up poor and what it feels like to have dance be an escape for the harsh world around you.
Today is Anne of Green Gables author Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 141st birthday! To celebrate, Google doodler Olivia Huynh honored Montgomery with several doodles of red-haired Anne Shirley, including an adorable animation of Anne turning green as she eats a cake she baked with liniment instead of vanilla.
This was an interesting weekend… Posted by Peter Jackson on Sunday, November 29, 2015 In what will perhaps be the most adorable announcement-not-announcement video you’ll see all day, Peter Jackson mused on directing an episode of Doctor Who in a… skit?
I’m very eager for Charlie Kaufman’s new stop-motion film (and first animated film) Anomalisa. I’m especially struck by how detailed the motions, expressions, and mannerisms of the characters were in the trailer.
The Belfast High Court recently ruled that Ireland’s current abortion laws constitute a violation of human rights.
[Trigger warning: descriptions of sexual assault and responses from less-than-sensitive people on Twitter] It all started with a brave tweet from Stoya – popular porn star, writer, sex worker advocate, and co-proprietress of “curated smut” site, Trenchcoatx.com – alleging that her ex-boyfriend, fellow porn star, James Deen, had raped her.
No matter how you feel about each of the six of the previous Star Wars films, it’s undeniable that lightsaber battles have varied a lot throughout the franchise.
Possible spoilers for Osgood episodes. From the moment we see Ingrid Oliver’s Osgood in the “The Day of the Doctor”—with her geek chic glasses, fangirl exuberance, and Tom Baker scarf—it was clear that she was meant to be the stand-in for the fans.