Well, two, actually. Yes, in addition to Jill, I, Susana, am also in this video. But I’m not telling you who I’m dressed as, though I will tell you that I appear more than once.
Hey, remember that Loki/Thor cuddle blanket? Here’s another thing kinda like that. For sale by IdentityProductions on Etsy.
In addition to showing us some of the stars of Guardians of the Galaxy, plus Kevin Feige, talking about their upcoming superhero flick, this teaser from last night’s Agents of SHIELD gave us what has to be among the top five screencaps of Vin Diesel ever to exist: It looks like he’s playing Groot, the opera-singing tree.
Thorin Oakenshield: stout of heart, bushy of beard, and utterly majestic in flight. There… there is one I could call king.
Ever wonder what’s going through the mind of your favorite video game characters once the console is off?
Michelle Rodriguez recently uploaded a YouTube video in which she answered a fan question: “If you could play any superheroine, who would you want to play and why?
Arrow stars Stephen Amell, Caity Lotz, David Ramsey, and Emily Bett Rickards spoke with DC All Access recently about their work on The CW show.
Identity crises for everybody! This recaps, as all future recaps, contains spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Was NASA astronaut Steve Swanson, currently residing on the ISS, already wearing this Firefly t-shirt (“Shipping & Logistics: Everything’s Shiny”) when he decided to take the first Instagram sent from space?
Should we like, call the CIA or something? I jest, I jest. Although, these types of things should be taken seriously.
I love that there’s a little bit of frustration in Wolverine’s voice when he lays out the main fact of the utter time travel shenanigans that Charles and Erik managed to rope him into this time.
You know and I know that if actors in the MCU reveal anything in press interviews that could be considered even vaguely spoilery, Kevin Feige sends his bayonet-armed howler monkeys after them to make sure they never talk again.
CineFix has put together an 8-bit version of my all-time favorite film, The Fifth Element (with a little 16-bit, they admit.) What I wouldn’t give to play this game.
We’ve spent so much time invested in the Patrick Stewart/Ian McKellan relationship that we’ve ignored the awful truth: they don’t know a goddamn thing about each other.
I’m pretty sure I’d never want to wear a shirt with a back again if I had this piece of art by Nika Samarina on my person.
Editor’s Note: Amanda’s mom told us that she’d make sure her daughter delivered her Hannibal commentary by Monday every week.
The 2014 Eisner awards have been announced in advance of their San Diego Comic Con-timed ceremony, and they’re full of lots of ladies that we love.