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  1. The Mary Sue Interview: Jeph Jacques Talks Mental Health, Sexuality, and Trans Characters in Questionable Content

    I sat down with Jeph to talk about the development of QC and how the comic has grown - including the addition of a trans character.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Writer Stephen Bersford Talks Surprise Golden Globe Nominee Pride

    Over the weekend, the Pride took Best English Film at the British Independent Film Awards, beating heavier films such as 71, Calvary, Mr. Turner, and The Imitation Game (to which it lost at TIFF).  In a surprise move from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Pride has now also been nominated for a Golden Globe in Comedy.

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  3. The Mary Sue Interview: Kelly Sue DeConnick At The Bitch Planet Launch Party


    Last night, the Silver Snail Toronto hosted a launch party for Kelly Sue DeConnick's new excellently-feminist comic, Bitch Planet, and The Mary Sue was in attendance to bring you all the very best details about the non-compliant.

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  4. The Mary Sue Interview: Elizabeth Henstridge Talks Agents of SHIELD and the Importance Of Science

    On Tuesday night, the Paley Center for Media in New York hosted a fascinating event called "Cracking the Code: Media Portrayals of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math." We'll let you know what each of the amazing panelists had to say on that topic later this week, but given last night's exciting Agents of SHIELD's midseason finale, it only felt right to give Dr. Jemma Simmons herself the spotlight to talk about her role as a confident female scientist.

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  5. The Mary Sue Interview: Murder of a Cat‘s Fran Kranz (Plus Exclusive Clip!)

    Kranz goes from zero to hero in this quirky detective parody.

    Fran Kranz has been a favorite of “nerds” since he first partnered with Joss Whedon in Dollhouse, Cabin in the Woods, and Much Ado About Nothing. Now, the rising star is in the midst of the Broadway revival of the classic American play You Can’t Take It With You as Tony, the film role that made Jimmy Stewart a star. Seems like the perfect fit for a soft-spoken but thoughtful actor like Kranz, who apologizes for taking a drink of water during an interview.

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  6. The Mary Sue Interview: Liv Ullmann On Miss Julie, Feminism, And Her Half-Century-Long Career

    At one point during our conversation, Liv Ullmann refers to herself as "one of the last wonders." She's joking, but she's also right.

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  7. The Mary Sue Interview: Writer/Director Talya Lavie On Her International Hit Comedy Zero Motivation

    For a first feature film, Talya Lavie scored big points with the dark comedy Zero Motivation, about 18 to 20 year old girls serving their mandatory military time in a human resource office. Lavie won Best Director and Best Screenplay at the Israeli Film Academy, and Zero Motivation won three other awards out of the eleven for which the film was nominated. But the film's international success has been an even bigger surprise.

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  8. The Mary Sue Interview: Batgirl‘s Babs Tarr

    From her beginnings in the comic book world (Batgirl’s her first book?!) to whom she’s most looking forward to penciling, one thing’s for certain: Babs Tarr is proving she’s not just a flash in the pan.

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  9. The Mary Sue Interview: Jennifer Kent, Hollywood’s New Maestro of Horror, Talks The Babadook

    Australian import The Babadook, from Jennifer Kent, is one of the most original horror movies in years, and one of best films of 2014. Out this weekend in select theatres, actress-turned-writer Kent dug deep into her psyche for this film to tell the story of a child’s fear of monsters under the bed with the horrifying concept of a mother driven to hurt her own child.

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  10. The Mary Sue Interview: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Director Ana Lily Amirpour & Star Sheila Vand

    Talking Iranian lady vampire flicks is always the best.

    A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is one of the coolest movies of the year. Written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, the film stars Sheila Vand as a chador-wearing vampire preying on the men of Bad City in a mash-up of western and vampire film, which is also surprisingly funny and romantic. Vand and Amirpour were in New York this week for the release of the film, and talked about their mysterious character, dangerous love, and the benefits of working with a cat on set.

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