We wrote yesterday about journalistic powerhouse April Ryan and the condescending treatment she received from Sean Spicer during Tuesday’s White House press briefing.
Through the magic of the movies, Princess Leia had a cameo in Rogue One, wherein she very much resembled a young Carrie Fisher.
The National Museum of Play, the Strong, has assembled this year’s list of finalists for possible induction into the World Video Game Hall of Fame, to sit alongside the likes of Super Mario Bros., Sonic the Hedgehog, The Legend of Zelda, Tetris, Doom, and more.
Few things in this life give me true joy. I suppose that’s okay. Don’t get me wrong; I’m happy about plenty of things, and there are plenty of things that make me feel slightly-more-than-happy.
Not that it should come as a surprise to anyone, but the new It trailer is the stuff of nightmares. It’s the amalgamation of everything you could ever fear in life (and fiction): prestige film beginning, unsuspecting youths, a sewer, a creepy clown, scary music and technology gone awry.
Stephen Colbert continues to bring the comedic fire to The Late Show, and last night, he roasted Trump’s executive order that rolls back President Obama’s environmental protections.
LGBTQ Americans face erasure on nearly every level of public life, and that’s become more apparent as the U.S.
Roger Stone, Trump’s former top advisor who quit/was fired from the campaign last summer, is getting his own Netflix documentary this May.
If you really love The Mindy Project, I come bearing good and bad news for you. On the plus side, the Hulu series is getting renewed.
After the Senate voted recently to strike down President Obama-era FCC privacy rules for Internet service providers, the House of Representatives has now done the same, meaning Donald Trump will soon sign their bill, and your ISP will be able to do whatever it pleases with your data.
The first reviews are emerging for the controversial Scarlett Johansson-starring live action take on the anime classic, and while critics have been praising the look of the film, it seems like style is winning out over substance.
Not all zombies are soulless cadavers mindlessly stumbling around in search of brains. Some of them are just trying to make it through day-to-day life without hurting innocent people.
From the first moment I laid eyes on this brand new trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, I knew I was going to be treated to a pretty amazing visual feast.
Who doesn’t love a good old fashioned letter? Well, maybe the 48% percent of Brits who voted against leaving the European Union, plus countless EU citizens who work or live in the country.
.@RealDonaldTrump I burned your tweet. pic.twitter.com/vZxpetYsiY — Burned Your Tweet (@burnedyourtweet) March 28, 2017 The @burnedyourtweet Twitter account is exactly what it sounds like.
It’s way too early for Monday Cute, but who says we can’t indulge in a little mid-week early morning cute to start our day off right?
You may have noticed that April Ryan was trending Tuesday on Twitter, and if that’s not a name you’re familiar with, buckle in because you’re about to get a new hero.
It’s been too long since Gravity Falls left us with a bittersweet, tearful goodbye. But since then, the release of merch has been fairly steady (because let’s be honest, we’ll buy anything), and to celebrate one such release, the voice actors behind Mabel (Kristen Schaal) and Dipper (Jason Ritter), um… “reprised’ their roles in this infomercial to sell “accessories” for your own copy of Journal 3.
WATCH: Scarlett Johansson talks @GhostInShell in a one-on-one interview with @michaelstrahan pic.twitter.com/WWzwT5EMx2 — Good Morning America (@GMA) March 28, 2017 The live-action Ghost in the Shell film opens this weekend, and so its star, Scarlett Johansson, is making the press rounds to promote it.
Embed from Getty Images At this weekend’s PaleyFest in Los Angeles, the cast of American Horror Story: Roanoke came together to talk about that season and the next.