Ashley Graham, the most famous model who is classed as larger than the norm model, is going to be in Sports Illustrated.
From the minds that brought you “The Sight of the Sound,” an excellent X-Men-themed music video about Dazzler performing underground synth-pop, comes this new video featuring the New Mutants and some 1980s rock n’ roll.
Mistakes have been made before, and it’s possible that this discovery will be challenged like last time, but scientists at LIGO have announced that they’re certain they’ve detected gravitational waves for the first time.
“We’re all Africans really,” Meryl Streep says when asked about lack of diversity on Berlin film festival jury: https://t.co/ZpKxLI2XBq — The Associated Press (@AP) February 11, 2016 According to this really disappointing report from the Associated Press, Meryl Streep just put her foot in her mouth in the worst way.
The official final trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is online now, and features a lot of new footage.
Yesterday, Scholastic revealed that the script for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the upcoming stage play and eighth story in the Harry Potter legacy, will be published on July 31st of this year.
Supernatural‘s Jared Padalecki, who you may remember as Rory Gilmore’s tall, shouty high school boyfriend on Gilmore Girls, is officially coming back in the Netflix revival.
Battlestar Galactica is getting another shot at the silver screen, after spending a few years left on a shelf somewhere.
Beyoncé slaaaaaaayed at the Super Bowl this year. Her fierce performance comes on the heels of the release of her latest single and video, “Formation,” an homage to black female power, as well as to her Southern roots.
Last August, Target made their toy sections gender-neutral, and now that inclusiveness is spreading to the decor aisle as well!
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According to a study done by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University, things definitely are getting better for women in Hollywood–as long as you’re white. Much of the data reflects the current issues at the heart of #OscarsSoWhite: Hollywood continues to be overwhelmingly dominated by white actors and actresses.
Watch this on The Scene. The Oscar-nominated animation short by Russian filmmaker Konstantin Bronzit, We Can’t Live Without Cosmos, is now watchable online.
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Ours is not to wonder why. Ours is just to watch the live-action Sonic movie that Sega has announced.
Universal Studios has added the The Invisible Man to their classic movie monster revival series. Johnny Depp will star in the remake of James Whales’ 1933 film, which is an adaptation of H.G.
Welcome to episode three of Her Story, the Internet-based series that deals with LGBT community intersectionality and dating while trans.
Styled by Michelle Jank and photographed by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, Misty Copeland recreated some of Edgar Degas’ ballet paintings, just as a new exhibit titled “Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty” prepares to open at the Museum of Modern Art.
Agent Carter‘s fifth episode features a lot of madcap intrigue and wacky hijinks — wackier than usual, I mean.