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  1. Black Sea’s Kevin Macdonald and Jude Law Talk Underwater Heists, Real-Life Rescues

    This week Kevin Macdonald and Jude Law were in New York to promote their new movie, Black Sea, a smart, gritty, and definitively old-fashioned heist-survival-action movie set on a submarine. More like the'70s film Sorcerer than Black Hat, it's good counter-programming for some of the slicker action movies we’ve been getting recently.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Little Accidents Director Sara Colangelo On Coal Mining, Women, And Heroes

    The Coal Miner's Director.

    Sara Colangelo has been one to watch since debuting her prize-winning short Little Accidents in 2010. Making the jump to the big screen with her first feature (also titled Little Accidents - more on that below), she continues to address issues of communal tragedy.

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  3. The Mary Sue Interview: Comic Historian Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson on Her New Book & Women in Comics

    If you’ve ever read a DC comic, you owe a thank you to Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson for founding the iconic company, and paving the way for the comic book as we know it today. If you’re unfamiliar with his name, I have good news for you: His granddaughter, comic historian and writer Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson, is dedicated to preserving the memory of her grandfather and getting his incredible story of comics, publishing, story-telling, and life as an American soldier to the masses.

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  4. Interview: Madeleine Flores, Creator of the Help Us! Great Warrior Comic!

    All I want is a hero who'll braid a mace into my hair.

    Help Us! Great Warrior is a webcomic from cartoonist, writer, animator, and Bee and Puppycat collaborator Madeleine Flores, that is getting its own monthly print series from Boom! Studios! We're big fans of Great Warrior and it's tiny, confident, lecherous, loyal, bean-like, sword-wielding, monster-slaying, lady protagonist. In fact, I may have described it as "like if Lumpy Space Princess had become the Hero of Ooo instead" to several people in order to get them to read it.

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  5. The Mary Sue Interview: Code and Cupcakes Founder Jen Myers

    She quotes Kelly Sue DeConnick. We're smitten.

    "Being treated differently because you’re different is not something with strict boundary lines—it’s like colored dye dropped into water. It permeates everything until all you can see is the dye, and then how do you effectively separate what is dye and what is water? But you know it’s there. It is there."

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  6. Interview: Unbeatable Squirrel Girl’s Ryan North Talks Nuts, Fighting Galactus, & Hazelnut Lip-smacking

    The all-ages friendly comic is in stores today!

    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, in stores and available digitally today, is being written by Ryan North (Adventure Time, Original Sins) with art by Erica Henderson (Bravest Warriors, Subatomic Party Girls). Just before the launch of the book, I email interviewed the dinosaur-loving (purely platonic) North for The Mary Sue. Find out what he had to say!

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  7. The Mary Sue Interview: The Writers of Big Eyes Talk Emotional Abuse, Daughters, And Multimillion Dollar Art Fraud

    Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski are two of the most innovative writers of biopics in the business today. The twosome discovered the story of one of the biggest art frauds ever perpetrated and reached out to artist Margaret Keane, eager to tell her story. What they found, besides the hilarious and thrilling story of the con, was a deeper story of a woman who lost her sense of self in marriage, but found redemption when she took back her name and declared ownership of her remarkable artwork.

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  8. The Mary Sue Interview: Goodbye to All That‘s Writer & Director, Angus MacLachlan

    In 2005, playwright Angus MacLachlan made a remarkable feature film debut with the motion picture Junebug, which earned Amy Adams her first Oscar nomination.  Almost a decade later, MacLachlan took a seat behind the camera for his film as a director with Goodbye to All That, which follows a man going through a divorce and attempting to alter his relationships with women - especially his pre-teen daughter.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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