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  1. The Mary Sue Interview: Hal Hartley on the End of the Grim Family Trilogy

    Hal Hartley spoke to us of finishing the Grim Family Trilogy drama, the upcoming tribute hosted by LA's Cinefamily, and some of the fascinating female characters he's put on film.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Cavan Scott, Writer of Titan Comics’ New Ninth Doctor Comic

    This is not an April Fools' joke! The Ninth Doctor is back!

    Today's the day! The Ninth Doctor is back in an all-new five-part miniseries from Titan Comics called "Weapons of Past Destruction," written by Cavan Scott (Who-ology: The Official Doctor Who Miscellany) with artwork by Blair Shedd (IDW's Doctor Who). I spoke with Scott, and he told me why he's thrilled to be writing the Ninth Doctor, why he thinks Doctor Who is so successful in the US, and what he loves about the Ninth Doctor/Captain Jack/Rose dynamic.

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  3. The Mary Sue Interview: Writer/Director Victor Levin on His Unconventional Love Story, 5 to 7

    A movie about an honest open marriage? Gasp!

    Last year, one of my favorite films to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival was Victor Levin’s 5 to 7. The TV writer/producer (The Larry Sanders Show, Mad About You) has been writing films since 2004, but his directing debut is one to behold. Not only is it a beautiful movie, but the unconventional love story is as romantic as it is heartfelt.

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  4. The Mary Sue Interview: Author Sarah Pinborough On Her New Snow White Re-Telling, Poison

    Cinder, Once Upon A Time, Maleficent... we just can't get enough of fresh takes on old fairy tales. Out tomorrow with Titan, there's a new book to fill that fairy tale void in your heart in a wicked way: Sarah Pinborough's wicked Snow White tale, Poison.

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  5. The Mary Sue Interview: Nina Freeman On Developing Her New Game, how do you Do it?

    I could almost envision myself when I was in middle school, packed in a room full of sweaty adolescents, some are aware and others not so much of their bodies gradually going through physiological and cognitive changes. I call this phase the “body limbo” because we are technically stuck in a transitory biological state as our sexual organs mature, drastically causing our bodies to change from the inside and out.

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  6. The Mary Sue Interview: Hope Larson On Her Graphic Novel Adaptation Of A Wrinkle In Time And Why Meg Is So Great

    Madeleine L'Engle's classic science fantasy novel got the comic book treatment back in 2012 at the incredibly-talented hands of Hope Larson. Now, on March 31st, the graphic novel adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time is getting a paperback release, including cool supplemental material. We spoke with Larson about her love of all things L'Engle.

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  7. Game Changer: Lead Programmer Brie Code Talks Exciting New Diversity Initiative at Ubisoft Montreal And Making Games More Accessible

    This week we sat down with Brie Code (@briecode), Lead Programmer at Ubisoft Montreal, who has also worked at Relic Entertainment and Pandemic Studios on the Assassin's Creed franchise and games like Child of Light, and is helping to launch an exciting diversity initiative at Ubisoft Montreal.

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  8. The Mary Sue Interview: Rinko Kikuchi Talks Pacific Rim 2, Star Wars, and Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter

    Drift Compatible.

    Whether she's slaying as Mako Mori in Pacific Rim or breaking hearts in the new drama Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (look for our review tomorrow!), Rinko Kikuchi is someone you want to see more of--and if her Star Wars dreams come true, that just might be the case.

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  9. The Mary Sue Interview: Neopets’ CEO On Their First Mobile Game And Getting Girls Into Gaming

    Neopia is finally entering the twenty-first century with the release of Neopets' first-ever mobile game! Whether you're a long-time fan, in it for the '90s nostalgia, or perhaps someone who missed the original Neo-bandwagon, the OG addictive online game is making its way onto your phones.

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  10. The Mary Sue Interview: Documentarian Nicole Boxer On Uplifting The Voices Of Marginalized Women

    Documentarian Nicole Boxer has made a career out of giving voices to women. After making 14 Women, about the challenges faced by women in the US Senate (a subject in which she has experience, as the daughter of Barbara Boxer), she produced the Oscar nominated film The Invisible War, on the continuing issue of sexual assault and rape in the military.

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