After introducing a whole bunch of neat cast members such as Patton Oswalt, Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, the Mystery Science 3000 has ended, raising a record-breaking $5.76 million dollars.
OH. MY. GOD.
Don’t watch this video unless you’ve already seen this week’s episode of Supernatural, since it’s mega-spoilery. And somewhat upsetting, as well. Why did Supernatural have to go down this road? Just... ugh.
An animated feature adaptation of John Layman and Rob Guillory's uproariously funny cannibal cop comic Chew has been in the works for a while, and it looks like the project is truly moving forward. The Chew movie has a script by Layman and has cast its Tony Chu and Amelia.
Last night's Supernatural, "Pac Man Fever," managed to be charming as hell without ever trying too hard — and I mean that in a good way. There were some emotionally intense bits, but they never felt forced. And of course Felicia Day's guest turn as hacker/gamer geek Charlie helped a lot.
Last night's episode of Supernatural was complete fan service, which turned out to be a very good thing. Mostly because it involved LARPing and the return of Charlie, the geeky, girl-crazy hacker played by Felicia Day. After helping to dispatch the Leviathans last season, Charlie had to skip town and start a new life…
If everyone on Earth stood shoulder-to-shoulder, they would occupy an area roughly the size of Los Angeles — about 500 square miles. Now imagine if every single one of them jumped. Together. All at the same time. What would happen?
There are many reasons to love Eureka, but massive plot twists aren't usually among them. Well, the end of last night's episode definitely qualified, as our heroes tried to figure out the dangerous secrets of virtual reality.
In 2007, Felicia Day launched her internet gaming webseries The Guild. Five years and oodles of fans later, she's now unveiling her absolutely nefarious plot to become the Tycoon of the Internet.
On Felicia Day's fantasy gaming webseries The Guild, Wil Wheaton plays Fawkes, the Machiavellian leader of the Axis of Anarchy online guild. Fawkes is the antagonist (and occasional paramour) of Day's heroic cleric, Cyd "Codex" Sherman. And even though Wheaton's played a major role on The Guild, we've never seen what…
io9 recently had the opportunity to catch up with Felicia Day and Sandeep Parikh, the stars of the long-running fantasy gaming web series The Guild. This duo also co-wrote The Guild: Zaboo, the next Guild tie-in comic book to hit the stands.
Yesterday's Eureka found our heroes confronting their pasts. For most, these flashbacks were the final test for the Astraeus mission. For Carter, it involved stopping Wallace Shawn as he tried to reenact all the sheriff's greatest, most dangerous moments.
Yesterday's Eureka was all about relationships. The town's many couples considered varying levels of commitment, from renewed marriage to government-sanctioned romance to casual sex. Also, deadly gases from Titan pursued their own relationship: combining together to destroy the town.
Last night's Eureka episode had a mild case of the grey goo, as Carter and company had to stop a bunch of runaway mini-bots before they devoured all metal in sight. It also revealed the hidden dangers of wearing neckties.
Last night's Eureka was one of the funniest episodes in a while — Carter is forced to endure disappearing banks, floating jeeps, obnoxious geniuses, and, most terrifyingly, out-of-shape physicists. And somewhere, amid all the hijinks, an evil plot is brewing.
Betwixt and between the hubbub of Comic-Con, we were lucky enough to have a quick chat with the MVP of DIY media, Felicia Day, who gave us a purview of her many projects and roles coming up over the horizon.
Yesterday's Eureka loaded up on guest stars, adding Wil Wheaton and Stan Lee alongside Felicia Day's socially awkward physicist. But there's no time to bask in all the guests, as some psychic contact lenses have predicted the town's imminent annihilation.
Yesterday's Eureka panel promised an animated Christmas special, a big mission into deep space, sinister forces plotting against the town, and a love triangle between Fargo, Felicia Day, and a hugely dickish Wil Wheaton.
Last night's Eureka saw the debut of Felicia Day as hyperactive astrophysicist Dr. Holly Marten, and, in true Eureka fashion, she almost accidentally destroyed the town on her very first day. Yep...she'll fit in quite nicely.