I’ve always wanted to press a button and have a fresh bottle of laundry detergent appear on my doorstep.
Advertising remains a trope-filled quagmire of Vaseline smiles, youthful visages airbrushed to babylike softness, and women folding all the world’s laundry, though I have hope for other forms of media.
Microsoft had to act fast after the Windows 8 debacle. People were unhappy with the new OS and the adoption rate was even slower than Vista’s.
What should you do when your convention’s “Women In Comics” panel—or, any other panel, for that matter—ends up with an all-male set of hosts?
This past Sunday, the latest weekend session of Black Girls CODE came to an end. In case you don’t know, Black Girls CODE is an organization that is dedicated to increasing the number of women of color in tech companies by helping young women of color learn how to code.
And the homemade trailers are great even if you aren’t in the summer doldrums. Seriously, just look at how much work went into this thing (though the human-powered score might be my favorite part of this one): And a side-by-side comparison with the original for those of you who’re curious: —Please make note of The Mary Sue’s general comment policy.— Do you follow The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Nintendo conspiracy theorists (that’s a thing, right?), you’ve got some new material: Nintendo just let out a software release schedule, and Zelda Wii U isn’t listed as a 2016 release after already missing its 2015 debut.
[Mild spoilers to follow in the blocked-out text.] A little thing about me before I start this review.
Speaking to Comic Book Resources during Comic-Con, once and future Warrior Princess Lucy Lawless explained a little about the bad-ass she plays in the upcoming Starz series Ash vs.
In case you thought condescension to young women and YA had stopped… When I watched this interview this morning, in which Paper Towns star Cara Delevingne’s sarcasm is treated incredibly childishly by professional news anchors, my wife turned to me and said, “They’d never do that to a man,” and she was right.
I have a bad case of Cumberbatch Fatigue. It’s due in part to his inexplicable omnipresence in all my favorite genre fiction, but mostly to his unimpressive turn as a white-washed Khan in Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Over the weekend I was in Leicester Square and discovered the Nickelodeon store had come to London. Seeing as my three-year-old son is such a fan of Nick Jr, I popped in to purchase some merch.
No one will be surprised to learn that I loved these two episodes, and not just because they featured my favorite characters (although that’s a huge plus, too).
In honor of Harry’s upcoming 35th birthday on July 31st, Simon Pegg put on some Party City robes and played a very inebriated Ron on The Tonight Show.
Following closely on the heels of her call-out on Hollywood’s male privilege problem, Transparent creator Jill Soloway delivered a talk at Cinefamily about her Wifey.TV network and its goal of supporting marginalized voices in film.
Patty Jenkins’ Gal Gadot-starring Wonder Woman movie is still in the early stages, but it’s now being reported that Chris Pine has landed his previously rumored role as Gadot’s love interest in the film, despite Green Lantern rumors.
A major cast change may be in the cards (heh) for the upcoming Gambit movie. According to an unverified report originally shared by The Wrap, Channing Tatum’s deal with 20th Century Fox has been jeopardized, possibly by the actor’s burgeoning interest in directing: Representatives for 20th Century Fox and Tatum could not immediately be reached for comment.
New Smash 64 stages, and Mii Fighter costumes?! Peach’s Castle, Hyrule Castle, Chrom suit, and K. Rool suit!
We were already a little concerned about Netflix’s Jessica Jones show and how it would handle its villain, the Purple Man.
Watch the cast of The Flash break into giggles over dropped props, missed lines, out-of-character dance sequences, and a rubber mask that just won’t come off in the first season’s gag reel.