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Things We Saw Today: The New Ready Player One Trailer Shows Us More of the OASIS

Warner Bros. has unveiled the new trailer for Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel.

Here’s Why Everyone Is Angry About Patreon’s New Fees Policy


Patreon recently announced some changes to their fees policy, and both patrons and creators are revolting.

How Has Comic Book Storytelling Changed Cinematic Storytelling? And Where Can It Go From Here?

YouTuber Patrick (H) Willems recently took a look at “shared universe” comic book movies and TV, such as the Marvel cinematic universe (MCU) and the CW’s Arrowverse, to analyze how their comic book storytelling roots have influenced their cinematic storytelling.

Unconscious Bias Kills: Black Women Are 3 Times As Likely as White Women to Die in Pregnancy and Childbirth


ProPublica and NPR recently published a damning look at inequality in the American healthcare system, focusing on the ways that doctors and nurses systemically fail black women before and after childbirth.

What the Hell Was SNL Thinking With This “Sexual Harassment Charlie” Skit?

On last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live (SNL), host James Franco and the cast frequently took on the sexual harassment scandals that continue to rock politics, media, and technology.

Kelly Marie Tran, the Daughter of Refugees, Couldn’t Help Crying with Joy at the Last Jedi Premiere


At last night’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere in Los Angeles, Kelly Marie Tran couldn’t help crying tears of joy as she took in where she was.

Things We Saw Today: We Know When Jessica Jones Is Coming Back, and We’ve Got a New Trailer!

We’ve got a new trailer for Season Two of Jessica Jones, and a release date! The new season will land on Netflix on March 8, 2018, and it looks like it will deal just as heavily with trauma and recovery as the first did.

The Amazon Echo Has Been Labeled an “SJW” Because It Says “Yes, I Am a Feminist”


The latest social justice warrior (SJW) to come under fire from the right-wing commentariat is none other than the Amazon Echo, a.k.a Alexa.

Miles Morales Is Ready for His Big-Screen Debut in the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer

Miles Morales is coming to theaters, everyone! We just have to get through the rest of 2017 and 2018 to see it.

Since A New Hope, Women Have Gone from Speaking 6% of the Lines in Star Wars to 28%


A recent analysis of dialogue in the Star Wars franchise revealed just how far these movies have come for representation – and how much further they have to go.

2017 Gender in the Media Retrospective: “Silent No Longer”

[CW: The video contains numerous testimonials from victims of sexual assault] Every year, Jennifer Siebel Newsom and The Representation Project release a retrospective on gender in the media.

A GIF-Based Consideration of Jon Hamm as Batman


Rumor has it that Jon Hamm is “gunning” for the role of Batman in the DC cinematic universe (DCEU). Given the persistent rumors that Ben Affleck would like to leave the role, it’s no surprise that other actors’ names have started circulating. According to an anonymous source who spoke to Radar Online (so, grain of salt), Draper is “gunning hard for the role” and has spent months “carefully courting” The Batman director Matt Reeves.

Justin Baldoni’s TED Talk Is a Beautifully Honest Exploration of the Different Sides of Masculinity

We’ve been looking forward to Justin Baldoni’s (Jane the Virgin) weekly series Man Enough for a few months now.

Things We Saw Today: Haters Can’t Stop The Love Witch


Even when you are making one of the most brilliant, creative stories about the relationship between men and women using mythology of the Witch, haters can still hate.

Yes, We Need to Believe All Women, Mika Brzezinski


Earlier today on Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski brought up her doubts about the current state of the #MeToo movement and how it has affected politics—namely Al Franken, who resigned yesterday ahead of an ethics investigation.

The Alita: Battle Angel Adaptation Lives in a Very Uncanny-Valley Trailer - Cool Snapchat filter.

A reminder that massive anime eyes on an otherwise fairly realistic human face are pretty much terrifying.

Dear Fanboys, a Diverse, Female-Led Marvel Animated Series Is Not About ‘SJWs’ and ‘PC’ Culture

The next generation of Marvel heroes has arrived. Rising 2018. https://t.co/jiyJd7wVMe @MarvelRisingSW #MarvelRising pic.twitter.com/kFOTzmgrmw — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) December 7, 2017 Marvel answered many fans’ prayers when they announced Marvel Rising, an animated franchise that will feature some of our most beloved female and diverse superheroes.

A Twist! Sir Patrick Stewart Would Love to Play Picard in a Tarantino Star Trek - Make it so!

I’m not necessarily interested in a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie—though I’m willing to keep an open mind—but mark me down as a very strong “yes, please” when it comes to the desire to see Patrick Stewart return to the role of Jean-Luc Picard, along with the rest of Next Generation.

Trump’s Department of Justice Moves to Investigate Planned Parenthood


Welcome to The Week in Reproductive Justice, a weekly recap of all news related to the hot-button issue of what lawmakers are allowing women to do with their bodies!

Amber Heard Addresses J.K. Rowling’s Defense of Johnny Depp’s Fantastic Beasts Casting


Yesterday, J.K. Rowling finally responded to the anger a lot of fans feel regarding Johnny Depp’s casting in the Fantastic Beasts franchise.


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