Still reeling from the recent loss of Marvel’s She-Hulk title, as well as Elektra? It looks like another female-led series might be on the chopping block next—Storm. A social media campaign’s been created to champion for Ororo’s book; Brett White at Comic Book Resources has more on the subject, and why you should be reading this comic in the first place.
In the same interview with Variety in which Ridley Scott writes off the racism in Exodus as a budgetary concern, he also says that he will no longer be directing the Blade Runner sequel.
Just remember while you’re over at Dorkly looking through these screenshots and laughing at the actors’ goofy faces, dear readers: if somebody paused you in the middle of speaking, you’d look just as dumb.
Orphan Black casting is happening. That means more Orphan Black soon. That means CLONE DANCE PARTIES!
Last Wednesday marked the annual DEMO Conference, a meetup in California to celebrate “New Tech Solving Big Problems.” One of the “big problems” widely discussed at this year’s event?
There are polite and considerate ways to say that in the face of a modern age of Biblical scholarship and historical study, the pressures of a racist Hollywood system forced you to cast only white people in the lead roles of a movie about a known era of Middle Eastern history.
The Pew Internet Research Project has a nifty test for you to take to see how well you know the history and lingo of the Internet.
Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook.
Mario’s been peddling lies according to a scientific paper called “It’s a-me, Density!”—no, I’m not kidding.
Joe Wright’s Pan follows the grand tradition of live-action films revealing a “new side” of familiar characters from the J.M.
Tune in to the #MST3K alum and @OtherSpace star @JoelGHodgson Reddit AMA now: http://t.co/SWEtEcGkuM — Yahoo Screen (@YahooScreen) November 25, 2014 Go ask Mystery Science Theater 3000 series creator Joel Hodgson all of your burning questions ahead of this year’s Thanksgiving marathon!
Next year, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be the first live-action film to feature Wonder Woman.
And just when the light was winning. Randall Flagg, aka The Walking Dude, aka The Dark Man, aka The Ageless Stranger, aka literature’s most well-known (and possibly only) evil-sorcerer-cowboy, is one of the most important figures in the semi-extended universe of Stephen King’s novels, appearing in nine different books to date.
Can’t get far without seeing some speculation on Star Wars these days, right down to what theaters will be showing the super special first teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Yesterday, reports began flying that Sony Pictures’ entire computer system had been locked up by a hacker group making undisclosed blackmail threats.
#221back #Sherlock #notkidding pic.twitter.com/Lx6q8DZ2aV — sue vertue (@suevertue) November 25, 2014 Boy is something different about the costuming choices this time around, though.
Anna Kendrick shoots straight on Time Magazine’s worst word poll debacle, Gamergate, and celebrity photo hacking.
Last night was the first part of the Dancing with the Stars season finale, and Sadie Robertson (Duck Dynasty) and Mark Ballas made the most of their free style with this adorable homage to Mario.
Enjoy the majesty that is Jurassic World. The films is set for 3D release by Universal Pictures on June 12, 2015.
In what will probably be the best move for the show ever, the Tina Fey-created, Ellie Kemper-starring comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has departed from NBC, and has instead been picked up for two seasons on Netflix.