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Cate Blanchett is a Goddess, A Monster, and A Queen in Thor: Ragnarok, and I Gladly Bow

The second Thor: Ragnarok trailer has landed, and it’s got me even more excited than the first one. Mostly because we get to see more of Cate Blanchett’s Hela, and she is…a masterpiece. When Blanchett warned us, “All shall love me and despair,” as Galadriel, this is the look she was foretelling.

Things We Saw Today: Princeless Has Been Optioned for A Movie!

Sony has optioned movie rights to Princeless, the adorable, empowering, and Eisner-nominated comic from Jeremy Whitley, Mia Goodwin, and Emily Martin about a young black princess who saves herself.

The Action-Packed Ready Player One Trailer Isn’t Quite What I Imagined…Mostly Because I Imagined Aech and Art3mis In It

Warner Brothers debuted the new trailer for Ready Player One, the Spielberg-directed adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel, at San Diego Comic-Con.

Justice League Trailer Highlights Wonder Woman and the Amazons, Because DC Finally Knows What’s Up

The Comic-Con sneak peek of DC and Warner Brothers’ Justice League movie has finally arrived, and it opens fittingly with the real star of the franchise: Wonder Woman.

More Than Half of Female Homicides in the U.S. Involve Intimate Partner Violence

A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which analyzed female homicides from 18 states over the period 2003-2014, has yielded two horrifying, but unsurprising, statistics: 55% of female homicides (where the circumstances of the death were known) involved intimate partner violence, and 54% involved a firearm.

The Gifted Trailer Imagines A World Where the X-Men No Longer Exist - "Not the ones with resources, but the ones in the shadows"

The official San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) trailer for The Gifted imagines what life would be like for young mutants in a world where Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters no longer exists.

Oh No, Is The Defenders Going to Be Iron Fist-Centric?

Like everyone else on the internet, I’m feeling pretty excited about the action-packed, snark-laced Defenders trailer from Comic-Con.

Congratulations to Saga, Squirrel Girl, Sonny Liew, Rep. John Lewis, and all the other 2017 Eisner Award Winners!

At last night’s Eisner Awards, there was plenty to celebrate, but one achievement in particular represented a special victory for representation. Thanks to Sonny Liew’s three wins, a Singaporean won an Eisner for the first time!

Her Universe Fashion Show at SDCC On a Mission to Make Dreams Come True

Ashley Eckstein is an unabashed Disney fan from way back, and that love of Disney permeated everything at last night’s 4th annual Her Universe Fashion Show at San Diego Comic-Con giving “geek couture” a magical night.

Here’s What the Internet Thinks About Anthony Scaramucci, the New White House Communications Director

Earlier today, Sean Spicer resigned as White House Press Secretary, by many accounts, because he was opposed to Trump’s decision to appoint Anthony Scaramucci as the new Communications Director.

Things We Saw Today: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Nails the ’80s Commercial in Blu-ray Ad

In perfect marketing news: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has made the most ’80s of ’80s promos for their DVD and Blu-rays on August 22nd.

Producer Adi Shankar Explains How Castlevania Succeeds as a Video Game Adaptation

The first season of Netflix’s Castlevania is off to a great start, something that feels extremely rare for any video game adaptation.

Colin Baker Shuts Down Idea That a Woman Playing the Doctor Means Boys Lose a Role Model, Continues to Be the Absolute Best - "They’ve had 50 years of having a role model."

Embed from Getty Images When Jodie Whittaker was announced as the next Doctor, former Doctor Colin Baker was one of her most vocal immediate supporters.

Everything’s a Circus With White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s Resignation - The gratingest show on Earth.

Big news in the Trump administration that isn’t directly related to Russian scandals or bad policies: Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned his post, and everything has gone bananas—but in a funny way this time.

Looks Like Ben Affleck Won’t Be the DCEU’s Movie Batman Much Longer - Batfleck no more!

Well that was over quickly. For all the furor over the “Batfleck” in the first place, it seems that Ben Affleck isn’t going to be in the role of the caped crusader much longer.

WWE’s Making Both Good and Bad History with Women in First Ever Matches

Last month on June 18, the women of the WWE made history by competing in the company’s first ever women’s Ladder match.

Confederate’s Producers Respond to Backlash

Yesterday, we talked about HBO’s announcement of their new show Confederate, which tells an alternate history of the United States in which the South secedes from the Union and slavery is a legal modern institution.

SDCC 2017: On the Hunt With the Stars of Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments

Nerds have always considered themselves outsiders, and sci-fi stories like Star Trek have always been on the forefront of promoting diversity and acceptance, but it hasn’t been until recently that convention culture has caught up with those ideals.

This Week Really Showed How the Anti-Abortion Debate Is About Power and Control

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!

Our Next Dose of Big-Screen Ghostbusters May Arrive in 2019

When Ivan Reitman, director of the original Ghostbusters movies and producer of the recent reboot says that there are definite plans for a new film, our desire is to assume he’s talking about a live-action version with our favorite ladies.