2014 has been an interesting year at the movies. The overall box-office was down, but the number of films being released continues to go up.
Hot Toys’ Little Groot is a mere $44.99 (well, mere compared to their Star-Lord figurine), with expected shipment in January.
“Drugs?” As a person who has never seen The Goldbergs but has Ferris Bueller’s Day Off memorized, I’m not sure how I feel about this: PEOPLE can exclusively reveal that Sheen, 49, will be paying homage to his “Boy in the Police Station” character from the 1986 classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in an upcoming episode of ABC’s The Goldbergs.
Of the many reasons why STEM fields aren’t traditionally dominated by women, perceived lack of relevant role models might be the easiest to fix.
This piece was originally posted on Cinefeels and has been republished here with permission. After last weeks’ (in TV time—two weeks ago in me-time) Katara-centric “The Painted Lady,” this week we get something we haven’t gotten in a while: A SOKKASODE!
We know; there’s a Capaldi-shaped hole where your heart once was now that Doctor Who‘s eight season has ended.
Ubisoft is making good on promises to compensate for Assassin’s Creed Unity bugs with free stuff. Now they’ve launched a site for you to get a free game out of it.
My niece showed me her scrap book. This entry made my heart grow three sizes. Made of hope. pic.twitter.com/I9phjItxCG — Myke Lump-of-Coal (@MykeCole) December 16, 2014 Fantasy and young adult literature can get a bad rap sometimes, but Mia’s list of some of her favorite heroines is a perfect breakdown of why strong female characters like Katniss or Divergent‘s Tris are so important.
We feel that if you’re a regular reader of The Mary Sue, Bee and Puppycat’s latest temp job will be exceedingly, superbly relevant to your interests.
Yesterday we told you about Jason Reitman casting none other than Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul as Luke in his live-read of Empire Strikes Back, but today we’re even more impressed.
Do I dream again? According to Entertainment Weekly, Andrew Lloyd Webber—whose “Memory” made a brief appearance in the 2003 School of Rock movie—is writing the music for a stage adaptation debuting on Broadway in December of 2015.
The Mars Curiosity rover has made an exciting discovery: Mars has methane, which is a possible sign of life.
You know, Guillermo del Toro is so well known for working on billions of projects concurrently that I almost forgot about Crimson Peak.
As the US premiere of Downton Abbey season five (or the annual Christmas Special, If you’re in the UK/handy with Google Chrome extension Hola) draws near, one has to marvel at the technological advancement on display during the series’ run. Beginning in 1912, the Crawley family and their army of hired help have balked at, acquiesced to, and eventually grown to rely on the technological advances that piled up rapidly at the end of the Edwardian era and beginning of the post-WWI era. When we return to Yorkshire on January 3, how does the brave new world inhabited by our favorite Downtonite ladies stack up against our own?
Huzzah! Canada’s Google Doodle today celebrates the 165th birthday of Henrietta Edwards, an activist who ensured women were recognized as persons under Canadian law during the case of Edwards v.
Pepper, the microcephalic “pinhead,” is the first American Horror Story character to ever appear in more than one season.
Click to view gallery Meanwhile in related galleries Minimalist Movie Posters, Made With Simple Sheets Of Paper These Paper Video Game Dioramas Are On A Whole 'Nother Level Embrace Your Inner Jaeger Pilot, Time Lord, Wizard, Etc.
We’ve had a cell teaser, and just yesterday we got our first image and some plot details, but now we get our first moving image look at Orphan Black Season 3!
George R.R. Martin is truly peeved at Sony’s decision not to release The interview following terrorist threats from hackers–so peeved, in fact, that he took to his LiveJournal to let off a little steam.
See, now that’s how you make a Spider-Woman cover sexy without it feeling completely demeaning. Admittedly, I’m not sure how physically possible it is to bend like that, but the viewer isn’t being subjected the the full contour and shape of her sexy parts for no discernible reason, the clothes she’s wearing don’t appear to be spray painted on, and it actually feels like Jessica Drew has agency in her pose (what a difference visible pupils make, man).