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Watch the U.S. Trailer for The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, a Documentary about Studio Ghibli

Imagine being given unprecedented access into the inner workings of an internationally acclaimed and beloved film studio during the same year that the studio’s most recognized co-founder decides to retire.

Thoughts on The Legend of Korra‘s “Remembrances” and What it Means For Nickelodeon & the Future of the Show - Nickelodeon, ya dun goofed!


My dear readers. I regret to inform you that I am not doing a favorites slide show this week. You see, I’m a little ticked off.

Review: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Is Weird, Wild Stuff - A cult classic in the making.


If the title A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night sounds like the set-up for a joke, you’d be right. The new Iranian-language, American-produced, western-inspired vampire movie is one of the weirdest and funniest movies of this season – which also happens to have a surprisingly compelling love story.

Bryce Dallas Howard May Be Moving From Dinosaurs to Pete’s Dragon - Did you know I love Pete's Dragon? I love Pete's Dragon.


Dragons… dinosaurs… same thing. Previously I was pretty concerned to hear an old Disney favorite of mine, 1977′s Pete’s Dragon, was going to be remade.

Show and Tellblazer – Constantine: “Danse Vaudou” - Papa Midnite returns!


Papa Midnite and Constantine kind of make the best buddy-cop duo ever. Am I the only one who wants to see a weird Supernatural CSI: New Orleans with these two in the lead roles?

#MyHungerGames: My Story Of Poverty, And Why The Hashtag Is So Important


This week the penultimate Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay: Part 1, will hit theaters across the country.

Things We Saw Today: Mother Of Dragon Age


Reddit user killerewok made this awesome Daenerys Targaryen in Dragon Age: Inquisition. You can follow her album on Imgur to make your own!

Never Forget: The Original Empire Strikes Back Draft Included A Lando-Han-Leia-Vader DINNER PARTY - "Vader, please tell Lando I'm not speaking to him." "Vader, please tell Han to pass the butter. "

YOU GUYS THERE WAS AN ‘AWKWARD DINNER WITH DARTH VADER’ SCENE IN THE FIRST DRAFT OF “EMPIRE.” pic.twitter.com/MlQm60SEg8 — Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) November 21, 2014 Time to recontextualize everything you once believed true: in an alternative timeline, the Empire Strikes Back movie features a dysfunctional, drunken dinner in which Lando goes to town on some Cloud City food, Vader apologizes for the whole Alderaan thing, and Han “especially” drinks wine.

Holy Crap Tamora Pierce Showed Up: The Mary Sue’s Favorite Comments Of The Week


No big deal, just a huge YA author and one of my personal idols showed up in the TMS comments section this week.

Two Women Soon to Be on ISS Long-Term Crew for Only the Second Time in History - Today in good news.


Samantha Cristoforetti, Italy’s first female astronaut, will blast off this weekend to join the ISS crew, including Russian cosmonaut Elana Serova, in orbit.

Dorkly Presents 10 Fictional Video Games We Want to Play IRL - Press start.

Oh come on, like you wouldn’t want to play Wreck-It Ralph‘s Sugar Rush. It’d be like candy-themed Mario Kart!

Sunset Overdrive Is Free Tomorrow for Xbox Live Gold Members to Celebrate Xbox One’s Birthday - Isn't it traditional to receive gifts on one's—you know what? Nevermind.


The Xbox One got you a gift to celebrate its first birthday! Shh, it’s young and doesn’t know how birthdays work.

Rat Queens Co-Creator Kurtis Wiebe Says Upchurch Is No Longer Illustrating The Comic


In the wake of Rat Queens artist and co-creator Roc Upchurch’s arrest for battery, co-creator and writer Kurtis Wiebe has spoken out about domestic abuse and the future of the comic.

Mudbloods Director Farzard Sangari and Chaser Ali Cottong Talk About Real-Life Quidditch - Brooms up!


If you haven’t heard of Mudbloods, don’t let the title fool you—it’s a surprisingly heartfelt and fascinating look into the world of collegiate-level Quidditch, which is a real sport that has nothing to do with magic.

There’s No Reason Why a Guardians/The Land Before Time Mashup Should Work, But It Does - I give you Tree Star-Lord, the vegetarian outlaw.

Why… how… what? OH MY GOD I FORGOT HOW AWESOME THE LAND BEFORE TIME WAS! (via Laughing Squid) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

Chadwick Boseman: Marvel Is “Smarter Than You Think They Are” - From your lips to Feige's ears, Chad.


Listen: I need something to get me through the cold months between now and the first appearance of T’Challa in Captain America: Civil War, so I’m going to continue posting just as many relevant Chadwick Boseman interviews and corresponding GIFs as I so please.

The Beatles’ “Across the Universe” Accompanied by a Singing Comet Will Change Your World - Rosetta takes a sad song and makes it better.

When we suggested that the Internet remix the “song” of Rosetta’s Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, we didn’t expect anyone to take it quite this far, but we’re sure glad that Andrew Huang did.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Is The Best Film In The Series So Far - This incomplete but promising film is definitely only part of the story.


The Hunger Games films have been an interesting example of an incredibly successful series where the films progressively improve with each installment.

Oh, Bother: Polish Town Bans Winnie The Pooh As Punishment For His Brazen Nudity - Bear. Naked.


Puzzling over the wardrobe choices of anthropomorphic characters is a slippery slope. There are plenty of reasons why Winnie the Pooh might need to be business on the top and party on the bottom (cough never nude cough cough), but I doubt none of them involve sexual deviancy.

The Woman Who Wrote That Barbie Book Says She’s a Feminist, Doesn’t Explain Why Barbie Can’t Code


Susan Marenco, the writer behind that Barbie book with the not-so-great message about women in STEM, has spoken out in the midst of the controversy surrounding the book—but doesn’t explain why she decided to write it the way she did.


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