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All the Cosplay That We Loved at Flame Con, the World’s Largest Queer Comic Con

Here's what we saw at Flame Con, a place of total joy, awesome panels, incredible merch, and super-creative cosplayers.

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Things We Saw Today: GLOW Officially Renewed for Its Third Season!

GLOW is heading to Vegas!

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Alan Moore Returns to Comics to Raise Money for Survivors of the Grenfell Tower Fire

Alan Moore has returned to comics to show support for the victims of Grenfell.

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Doctor Who Season Eleven Hires Diverse Group of Creatives, And We’re Thrilled

The first female Doctor has unique voices telling her story.

The list of creatives for Doctor Who's latest season has been revealed, and it's a looking particularly fantastic.

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Chelsea Handler & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Al Franken Defense

Chelsea Handler has made it clear for a while now that she didn't think Al Franken should have resigned from his seat in the Senate. Now she's doubling down on her defense of her friend with a truly terrible argument.

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Huffington Post’s Latest Piece on Online Dating Highlights Society’s Sexism and Racism

Can we just burn down the internet?

Every once in a while, another article comes out that proves that online dating, and the ideas surrounding it, are the worst. This time, it's the Huffington Post's "Most Of Us Are Trying To Date ‘Out Of Our League,’ New Study Suggests" which is about how everyone is "shooting their shot" so we can all feel the solidarity of "dating outside our league," with information pulled from a study done on "large-scale" data on heterosexual users of an unnamed dating site.

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Boots Riley Has Thoughts on Spike Lee’s Depiction of Cops in BlacKkKlansman

Sorry to Bother You director and writer Boots Riley has some thoughts on Spike Lee's re-writing of history in BlacKkKlansman.

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The #MeToo Movement Is About More Than One Person: Asia Argento Settled With Sexual Assault Accuser

A person can be both abused and an abuser.

As one of the first women to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, Italian actress and director Asia Argento has been a driving figure in the #MeToo movement. But according to a disturbing report from the New York Times, in the midst of last year's #MeToo wave, Argento paid $380,000 to a young actor accusing her of sexual abuse.

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N.K. Jemisin Wins Her 3rd Consecutive Hugo Award For Best Novel

It was not only a big night for Jemisin, but for many female authors and creatives at the Hugo Awards.

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Interview: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Director Susan Johnson on a Possible Sequel and the Scene That Gets Her Every Time

Director Susan Johnson brought to life Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before for Netflix and the result was a romantic comedy that wasn't only funny and lovely, but hugely important in centering the story of three Asian-American girls.

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Interview: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’s Janel Parrish Adores the Covey Girls as Much as You Do

Parrish, who's perhaps most recognizable from her role on Pretty Little Liars, speaks frankly about the challenges of being an Asian-American actress. 

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“F*ck that guy”: Michael Shannon, King of Movie Villains, Will Never Play Donald Trump

"I'm not going to remotely contemplate the notion that Trump is capable of deep reflection", says the Shape of Water actor.

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Kevin Spacey Film Billionaire Boys Club Earns a Staggering 425 Buckaroos in US Box Offices

Billionaire Boys Club, a crime drama film that was one of the last projects featuring Kevin Spacey prior to his sexual assault allegations, played in only 8 theaters.

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Things We Saw Today: The Black Panther: Wakanda Remixed Digital EP Drops Today

Plus Stranger Things, Keanu and Winona forever and more!

With tracks from The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and many more, the soundtrack to Marvel's Black Panther released several bangers that are still in near constant rotation on the radio. Now, composer Ludwig Göransson's beautiful score is getting the remix treatment.

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Star Trek‘s Nichelle Nichols Goes to Court Over Guardianship Issues

The iconic actress has been diagnosed with "moderate progressive dementia".

Sci-fi icon Nichelle Nichols, who made history as Lt. Uhura in the original Star Trek, is undergoing a legal battle regarding her guardianship and estate. The 85 year old actress was recently diagnosed with “moderate progressive dementia”, according to her her geriatrician. The doctor described Nichols’ condition as “major impairment of her short-term memory and […]

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We Just Want to Watch Documentaries About Cute Dogs Doing Heroic Things

Because it's Sunday and you deserve nice things.

It's a dark timeline, y'all. Let's lighten things up. There are two documentaries coming out that focus on heroic dogs saving the world, aka my favorite genre.

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The Strange Saga of Stan Lee Continues as the Comics Legend Gets a Restraining Order Against His Former Manager

On Friday, a Los Angeles judge placed a restraining order against Stan Lee's former business manager Keya Morgan, ordering him to keep away from the comics legend. This ruling is the latest in the long, sad saga of Stan Lee's life since losing his wife Joan last year.

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Disenchantment Shows Promise, But Struggles to Find its Own Voice

3/5 personal demons.

After satirizing present day American life in The Simpsons and skewering science fiction tropes in Futurama, Disenchantment dives headfirst into medieval fantasy.

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Things We Saw Today: Matt Smith and James Corden Team Up for Lizzie and The Duke

"I'm getting too royal for this sh*t!"

Former eleventh Doctor Matt Smith just wrapped two seasons on The Crown as young Prince Phillip. He was a guest on The Late Show with James Corden, where he and host shot a spoof trailer for Lizzie and the Duke.

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Captain America and Black Widow Was the Ship That Should Have Been

Where are my Romanogers shippers at?

What do you think of the Steve Rogers/Natasha Romanoff ship that never was? Are you rooting for those two crazy kids to get it together in Avengers 4 ?

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