Battlestar Galactica is a beloved space opera franchise, but many people are only slightly familiar with its premise, beyond killer robots and spaceships. That combination of name recognition and an empty page makes it perfect for Hollywood development. So it’s unsurprising that producers are trying to make a BSG…
If you think you know Quentin Tarantino movies, you probably do. You know all about the shots he loves and the connected universe of his movies and the Red Apple cigarettes and the relationships each character has throughout his movies and his obsession with feet. And yet, QT still has some director trademarks that…
Hayley Atwell’s been cast as the lead in ABC’s Conviction. Which is great for her, but does make us wonder if this means that Agent Carter is done after its second season.
This Sunday, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its sixth season, but let’s be honest—you don’t want to wait that long. AMC to the rescue! Thankfully, the network just posted the first four minutes of the premiere, and you can watch it here.
We’re living in a goddamn Golden Age of television. But there’s also way too much TV to keep track of, and a few shows get the lion’s share of attention. So here’s our list of 16 recent TV shows that haven’t gotten their props. Time to start binge-watching!
Ross Putman is a film producer with a few credits under his belt, and now he’s started a Twitter feed where he just tweets the initial descriptions of female main characters in the movie scripts he’s reading. It’s endlessly fascinating, and kind of garbage.
How do you appear in one of the biggest movies of all time without anyone, including the people who worked on the movie, knowing your name? You’d have to ask BoShek, the gloriously sideburned human hanging out in the cantina in Star Wars. For nearly 40 years, no one has known who played this character. Now we do.
Back in the olden days, most typists were trained to use all their fingers. That’s less of a concern now, leading to all sorts of self-taught typing styles. But as a new study shows, our lack of formal training—and our resistance to using all ten fingers—doesn’t mean we’re not proficient typists.
If you’ve somehow managed to avoid reading Harry Potter up to this point, or if your hardcover copies are just starting to fall apart, a brand new Kindle compendium brings you all seven books in a single download for just $15.
Scifi/fantasy author Sherrilyn Kenyon is suing scifi/fantasy author Cassandra Clare, claiming that the latter’s Shadowhunters series (also known as The Mortal Instruments) is copying elements of the former’s Dark-Hunter series.
Simon’s been mooning over Clary since before Shadowhunters began—they’ve been friends their entire lives. (Emphasis on friends.) But until last week, we never realized how deeply Alec felt for Jace. Lingering awkwardness led to the below heart-to-heart ’twixt bros on last night’s “Moo Shu To Go.”
Rube Goldberg machines are always fun because you get to see everything happen in a linear fashion and yet still don’t know what the grand finale is. It’s like you kind of, sort of see where it’s going but still remain excited on the next step of the machine. This Rube Goldberg machine by Arrow FiveYearsOut is even…
It’s not been a good time for DC’s biggest superheroes making sound decisions lately. Last week, Superman’s idea to restore his superpowers was very dumb, and it lead to him getting a silly new superpower. This week, Bruce Wayne made a decision that has huge ramifications for the future of Batman... which was both…
Good news for everyone who won’t be able to make it to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: the script for the play will be on sale July 31. That’s right after the official opening of the play. And on Harry’s birthday.
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When The Purge came out in 2013, I dismissed it as a ham-fisted parable of income inequality. The story of a future America where crime is legal for one night, and the rich use this fact to kill the poor for sport, it seemed almost too bludgeony. But The Purge: Anarchy was totally brilliant, and the third movie looks…
Romance abounds in fiction—and science fiction and fantasy are full of epic romances, too. But sometimes a romance feels less like something that’s true to the characters and more like a plot device the writers threw in at the last moment. Here are eight kinds of romance that we don’t ever need to see again.
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