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  1. Does ET Eat Ramen? The Women On The Hunt For Perytons And Life In Outer Space

    An arxiv article, published suspiciously close to April 1st, recently pointed out that fast-radio-bursts (FRBs), a unique type of signal detected by radio telescopes, might be a message from the intelligent denizens of extra-galactic space. ETs or not, the study’s authors indicted that they looked only at bona fide FRBs, not their near identical twin, the (entirely more suspect) Perytons.

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  2. Review: Maggie Is an Imperfect But Enjoyable Zombie Drama


    Maggie, starring Abigail Breslin, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Joely Richardson, is a movie that tries to take the zombie craze and boil it down to its most personal, human elements—to varying degrees of success. For a movie that tries so hard not to be a "zombie movie," Maggie as at its best when it embraces its natural sense of suspense.

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  3. Steven Universe Recap: “Love Letters”

    Submitted for your approval, a letter. Its recipient, alien. Its contents, overwritten. Its packaging, flawless. You are now entering: The Drama Zone.

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  4. The Mary Sue Exclusive: The Trailer For Naomi Novik’s New Book, Uprooted

    Naomi Novik's latest book is set for release on May 19th and Random House has given The Mary Sue the exclusive debut of the trailer!

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  5. Leigh Lahav & HISHE Team Up to Report on the Five Stages of Watching a Marvel Movie

    Undeniably all of us.

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  6. The Silmarillion Recaps: Of Beren & Lúthien, Werewolves, and Half-Goddesses

    Part 2

    Welcome back, fellow Tolkien fans (or just those curious about the extended edition of Middle Earth)! It’s been awhile since my last recap. I had a baby, no big deal! It’s taken some time to eek out brief minutes to write about Tolkien again, but here we are. And this one’s a doozy.

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  7. Ava DuVernay Will Bring Selma to Every US School With the Selma for Students Initiative

    "This film can do more than entertain. It can educate, it can inspire, it can empower."

    In addition to being entertaining, films can be powerful tools that can provoke thought, educate, and get people to see the world in a different way. This is what director Ava DuVernay thought regarding her film, Selma, and it appears that Paramount Home Media agrees! With this in mind, they've launched the Selma For Students Initiative, which will provide a copy of the film on DVD to every high school in the US, both public and private, free of charge.

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  8. Raise Your Vikings Voices For “The Dead”

    What did you all think of the season finale of Vikings?

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  9. Daredevil’s Charlie Cox Spills Details About Season Two

    We're excited that there's gonna be a Daredevil Season Two, and so is Daredevil himself, Charlie Cox. In a recent interview, he dropped a couple of hints about the upcoming season, including when we can expect it to drop.

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  10. Neil deGrasse Tyson Answers Science’s Biggest Question: Who Would Win in a Fight? Batman or Superman?


    This Daily Show interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson is great for many reasons—not the least of which being Tyson's optimism about how the public is starting to care more about science and nerds inheriting the Earth. But, he also weighs in on his possible Batman v Superman involvement with a potentially mildly spoilery answer to which of those heroes would really win in a fight.

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  11. Jurassic World’s Chris Pratt Goes Head to Head With Kid on Dinosaur Trivia, Defeated by Knowledge & Cuteness


    Many GIFs need to be made of this video from The Ellen Show in which Jurassic World star Chris Pratt goes up against Noah “Apparently Kid” Ritter. Pratt, you never stood a chance.

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  12. Mattel Creates An Ava DuVernay Barbie As Part Of Their “Sheroes” Line

    Complete with director's chair. Like a BOSS.

    We all know that Selma director, Ava DuVernay, is badass (and would be an awesome choice to direct the Black Panther movie. Hint, hint, Marvel!). Well, Mattel seems to agree, and has selected DuVernay to have a special Barbie as one of six "Sheroes" in a special line honoring powerful, talented women!

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  13. The Mary Sue Interview: Director Eric Schaeffer On Representing The Trans Community In Boy Meets Girl

    Eric Schaeffer's latest film, and his gentlest film to day, is Boy Meets Girl, the coming of age romantic comedy about a Ricky, a transgender woman in Kentucky (played by newcomer Michelle Hendley) with a male best friend (Twilight’s Michael Welch) who develops feelings for a girl (Alexandra Turshen) for the first time. The movie has been celebrated at multiple LGBT film festivals, including winning 10 best picture honors. Schaeffer spoke with us about his new movie (now on VOD and DVD).

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  14. Cosmopolitan Flips the Script, Asks Mark Ruffalo the Sexist Questions Scarlett Johansson Usually Gets in Avengers Press


    Scarlett Johansson is a real-life hero just for putting up with the repetitive, boneheaded questions she's subjected to while doing Marvel press. So this time around, she gets to talk about stunts and action sequences while Mark Ruffalo takes a crack at questions about his diet and beauty tips.

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  15. Don’t Get Hoppy: Star Wars Bunnies Cosplay Shines Bright at Celebration

    “I find your lack of fluff disturbing.”

    Star Wars Celebration gave some cosplayers an excuse to break out their bunny tails again. You may remember of few of them from the super cool Gotham Bunnies group we posted last year but this one features an Admiral Ackbar head so...

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  16. Our First Look at James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe Making a Monster in Victor Frankenstein

    It's alive!

    20th Century Fox has finally pulled back the curtain on its latest creation, and they've created a monster—us—as we rabidly clamor for more old-timey Dan Rad and James McAvoy.

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  17. “Make Your Voice Heard and Don’t Hold Back”: An Interview with Period App Pioneer and Clue CEO Ida Tin

    Ida Tin is the founder of Clue, a period and ovulation tracker that helps users monitor their cycle and better understand their own bodies. In an email interview, Tin took time out of her busy schedule to talk to us about being a woman in tech, taking charge of one's own health, and the benefits of using an app like Clue.

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  18. Watch the First Clip From Ant-Man If You’re Sick of All the Avengers: Age of Ultron Ones by Now

    Do not waste Paul Rudd's wonderful comedic dopeyness, Ant-Man.

    The Age of Ultron marketing blitz will finally end soon, leaving a superhero-shaped hole in the hype centers of our brains—just in time for Marvel to release approximately infinity Ant-Man clips! Here's the first one, in which Paul Rudd is disappointed with the Ant-Man suit.

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  19. Five Times Doctor Who Actually Got Their Science Right


    When a show explains away the many paradoxes created by its time traveling hero with the phrase “timey-wimey, wibbly-wobbly,” that’s a pretty good sign that this isn’t the place to go for exacting scientific accuracy. But Doctor Who is a show that loves to surprise, and I’m absolutely certain that in among the Daleks and Time Lords, you can find at least five examples of solid science.

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  20. Things We Saw Today: Benedict Cumberbatch Selling Cars to China

    Because he could do this all day.

    In this clearly Sherlock-inspired car commercial, Benedict Cumberbatch follows the clues to the orange car-owning woman of his dreams. (via The Daily Dot)

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