As we’ve already discussed today, the Writers Guild Awards were this weekend, and some awesome movies, TV shows, and creators got some much-deserved recognition.
Partial cast… beautiful human beings, good people. Also, killers. Cameras roll today. Follow me on Twitter for updates.
Fences tells the story of Troy Maxson, a sanitation worker who once dreamed of being a professional baseball player but was too old once the league began allowing black players.
The Nintendo Switch is almost here, and with it are coming some changes to Nintendo’s online services, including the Nintendo Account.
While a great many of us are fully aware of the great Marie Curie and her contributions to science, we’ve yet to see a feature film based on her life break into the mainstream.
We’ve heard some snippets of Emma Watson singing in previous trailers and teasers for Beauty and the Beast, but not much yet, and we definitely haven’t gotten to see her deliver very many lines as Belle yet.
The adaptation of Loung Ung’s First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers is coming to Netflix soon.
Over the last few months, the term “fake news” has exploded into our vernacular, to the point where it’s become essentially meaningless.
Not enough people know about Henrietta Lacks, and HBO Films is going to help remedy that with The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
This has been a battle of attrition. #daisyridley has been a force to be reckoned with. In many ways she is the Vader to my Luke or the Taylor to my Katy.
Thanks to a kick ass trailer, Wonder Woman looks to be in good shape. And if the rumors about a certain villain casting is true, the film has earned a few extra brownie points in my eyes.
In the first Star Wars post-Disney acquisition novel A New Dawn, the Twi’lek Hera Syndulla debuted as a cryptic supporting player in a guy’s story.
Throughout his campaign and beyond, Donald Trump has maintained what John Oliver has now dubbed a “weird, noticeably soft spot” for Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin.
We were at the Writers Guild Awards last night, where Police Chief Jim Hopper himself talked to us about Stranger Things season 2, aliens, and how we all sometimes feel like we’re in The Upside Down.
hmore President’s Day! I mean, Presidents Day. Or Presidents’ Day. Washington’s Birthday. Washington’s and Lincoln’s Birthday. Yeah, it’s kinda up to the states what exactly to call “That Day.” When we think of celebrating President’s Day (or That Day), we think of celebration and a day off from school.
Arrival was one of my personal favorite movies of the year, so it’s been great to see the movie clean up in awards nominations.
WATCH: President Trump refers to non-existent terror attack in Sweden, sparking uproar: https://t.co/xrA4fuLt2k pic.twitter.com/ZVdxbLJuQz — Good Morning America (@GMA) February 20, 2017 At his rally on Friday night (which I will note here was about 9,000-strong, as opposed to a similar campaign event that saw 15,000 attendees, because it will irk him), Donald Trump confused approximately everyone by referencing an incident that supposedly occurred the previous night in Sweden, which he brought up to illustrate the problems he believes are caused by refugees.
I feel like every college in America could really benefit from a program like MIT’s Puppy Lab. It is, according to the video’s description, “a student-led, initiative aimed at leveraging the stress-relieving effects of animal interaction.” Essentially it’s a way for you to forget about your school troubles and just let go of some stress by hanging out with some really adorable gosh darn puppies.
In what sounds like an egregious display of homophobia, a passenger sitting beside queer rapper Mykki Blanco on a Delta flight called the cops on him.* The passenger’s reason for calling the cops was that he was “not comfortable” and couldn’t believe that Delta had seated “someone like [Blanco]” beside him.
This hilarious fan video splices together Spider-Man footage of J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson with Man of Steel and Batman V.