I spent most of this video wondering when they were going to mention Manos: The Hands of Fate, but by the end I’d realized that it doesn’t really fit the bill.
Very excited for Batman: Arkham Knight considering Barbara Gordon, aka Oracle looks to be playing a larger role this time around.
Nashville’s Aubrey Peeples will lead the cast of Holograms as Jem in Jon M. Chu’s production. This according to The Hollywood Reporter.
I’m sorry to disappoint you, but when I said “real dinosaurs” I meant “animatronic dinosaurs,” but “real” fits into a headline much better.
So, are YOU seeing red after last night’s Arrow? WOAH. Just…WOAH. Here’s some events of note from “Seeing Red.” No obituary for Isabel after a week.
Two years ago, Julie Ann Horvarth had a simple message for women in software development: Know your stuff, don’t talk about feminism, make great things and you’ll be fine.
You may add your own personal brand of sound/foley effects when watching the Star Wars films at home but Hudson Hongo took it once step further and uploaded theirs to YouTube.
Kelly Sue DeConnick has risen into a fan favorite writer of comics. Her stories featuring Carol Danvers, the original Ms.
The Portal is a short film in which Tahmoh Penikett plays a wizard accidentally stranded in our dimension when he finds that cellphone signals interfere with his powers.
Since last Sunday, the Internet has been abuzz with talk of Game of Thrones‘ controversial rape scene.
Oh dammit! Just the other day we had a report on how recent trademark applications meant Peter Jackson’s last film in The Hobbit series might be getting a title other than the previously announced, The Hobbit: There and Back Again.
Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o may join the cast of Disney’s newest adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book.
They’re just poorly rendered versions of children’s movie characters placed into gameplay vid from something I’m not even that familiar with, why am I laughing this much?
The beautiful! It’s too much for my eyes to take!! It’s Batwoman and Sandman artist J.H. Williams III doing an album cover for Blondie’s Ghosts of Download.
*leaves this genderswapped Power Girl illustration by Cory Walker here* *places the uncensored, NSFW version behind the jump* *moonwalks away* (via: io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Photo: @robertdowneyJr Bros. http://t.co/8AuFCF6a3x — Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) April 23, 2014 Just a reminder that, yes, Mark Ruffalo know all about Science Bros.
Jon Stewart (not to be confused with John Stewart) brought up a topic relevant to our interests on last night’s The Daily Show.