If you have the emotional fortitude to watch the United States presidential debate tonight, I salute you!
John Oliver took on scandals in a 20-minute Last Week Tonight segment that you should probably watch before the big debate tonight.
Prepare your feels, moviegoers and video game enthusiasts: Firewatch is coming to theaters. Campo Santo’s hit first person story-focused game is getting the theatrical treatment, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Gregory Helms brought the first superhero to WWE television with his Hurricane alter ego, ushering in a new era in wrestling where being geeky was a cool thing.
Getting to Mars is only part of the problem of putting humans on the Red Planet. We’re already pretty good at that part, with plenty of robots roaming around up there right now.
If you haven’t seen Ali Wong’s comedy special Baby Cobra, do yourself a favor and set aside one hour for one of the funniest and nastiest stand-ups you’ll ever see.
Wait, is Twitter for sale? The social media mainstay has struggled with user retention and user growth in the past year, but they’re not officially up for auction… however, some companies have expressed interest in buying the platform.
Excited to show you this small film I helped make. Hope it gets you going! #Hurdles #GenderEqualityTogether 💪 @TheGlobalGoals #Goal5 pic.twitter.com/xpEDoXp8ot — Emma Watson (@EmWatson) September 24, 2016 Emma Watson lent her voice to a pretty darn inspiring short video titled “Hurdles” about the, well, hurdles that women have faced throughout history.
A scene from Supergirl S2, Ep 1, “The Adventures of Supergirl.” Photo credit: Bettina Strauss/The CW October can’t get here fast enough!
Introducing my alter ego TROUBLEMAKER. Lyrics: @robynhoodfanz Director: @katiecm @queenofkatwemovie #3million A video posted by Lupita Nyong’o (@lupitanyongo) on Sep 25, 2016 at 12:49pm PDT Academy award winner Lupita Nyong’o has proved her prowess as an actress on-screen in both live-action and animated films, as a stage actress on Broadway, as a filmmaker, and as an all-around amazing human being.
Disney’s Zootopia is hosting a debate-watching party tonight, and I’m super salty we weren’t invited because playing debate bingo in the Sunset Tower might’ve been the only scenario where watching a lizard person in a flesh suit spew hate speech wouldn’t have been totally depressing.
Doctor Strange is almost here, which can mean only one thing: an onslaught of television promos headed your way.
We’re mere days away from Luke Cage premiering on Netflix, and believe me, we’re all really feeling the hype and excitement around here at the TMS office.
While you’ll have to go to Washington D.C. and visit the newly-opened National Museum of African-American History and Culture to see the Ava DuVernay short documentary, August 28: A Day In The Life Of A People, where it will be on view exclusively, there’s feature length documentary of DuVernay’s that you’ll be able to see in your own home this next month.
Snapchat’s latest concept will remind you of Google Glass, but that’s the last thing they want. It’s a pair of sunglasses with a tiny camera embedded in the frames, and by tapping the top of the glasses, the wearer can record a 10-second video clip.
We’ve been looking forward to the upcoming Doctor Who spin-off Class for a while now. Well, the BBC has finally released some behind-the-scenes featurettes to give us a better idea of what we can expect from this new addition to the Whoniverse.
After starring in a blockbuster franchise and singing a duet with Barbra Streisand, it’s safe to say that Daisy Ridley is off to a great start in her career.
The ENIAC programmers When the computer is addressed in many science fiction shows, it often replies in a female-coded voice.
Turning tonight’s Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump presidential debate into a drinking game would just be dangerous and irresponsible, so how about a nice game of bingo?
Watching Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum take the screen together in Thor: Ragnarok might be the closest thing we get to a Jurassic Park reunion, as Neill, who played Dr.