Spoilers, but I would have appreciated the warning.
I think it's important to talk about one unsettling aspect of characterization that occurs in 'Avengers: Endgame' (I won't reveal plot specifics).Read More
"You have to admit, running for president as a man is so much more fun because as a woman, you have to bring extra homework," said Noah. "Elizabeth Warren calculated 2 cents on every dollar over 50 million. Kamala is breaking down the statistics on maternal mortality as relates to race and class. But a dude can come and be like, ‘Yeah, I’m just going to wing it.'"Read More
Things We Saw Today: John Boyega Says He Probably Won’t Reprise His Star Wars Role After The Rise of Skywalker
This December, it won't be just Luke and Leia who we bid farewell too. It seems as though this will also be the swan song for Rey, Finn, and Poe, or at least it will be if we take recent comments from John Boyega at face value.Read More
Though you probably won’t, but just in case.
With the recent news announcing that The Hunchback of Notre Dame will get a live-action makeover (and Lady and the Tramp, as well, through the impending Disney+ streaming service), I'm starting to worry that you will go there, Disney. So, I'm asking now: Please, just leave it alone. Do not make my favorite movie into a live-action adaptation.Read More
DC’s Heroes in Crisis #8 Reveals Killer in Sanctuary Massacre & Reopens the Conversation About Mental Illness in Comics
Big news in comics right now is that the person responsible for killing several heroes within the Heroes in Crisis DC Comics series by Tom King has been revealed, and some people are not happy about who the killer was.Read More
And this hurts me to write because Rocket Raccoon is one of my favorite characters. I hate that men have made me do this!Read More
When you’re picking up a new skill like animation, the right training makes all the difference. That’s why we’ve rounded up five of our favorite products and tools to help you channel your inner animator and get you on your way to making your own Pixar short.Read More
Not only did the show do justice to Sadie's coming out, but there is a young trans character being played by a trans actor on network television. That's truly groundbreaking.Read More
I'm not sure anyone asked for this.
A spin-off about the backstory of Bruce Wayne's loyal butler Alfred called 'Pennyworth'? Now that's just a bit too bizarre, no matter how fun it looks.Read More
The comedy star is not only making her own content, but elevating the voices of other women.
When you put women in charge of something, more often than not, they hire, elevate, and amplify other women.Read More
At the Endgame red carpet, Elizebeth Olsen spoke about the upcoming WandaVision Disney+ series and the tone it may be going with as we exit Marvel's Phase 3.Read More
What's Tony Stark's favorite TV show?
Does Saturday Night Live exist in the MCU?Read More
So, what happens when you flip that and have an actress like Glenda Jackson bringing Lear himself to life? To be quite honest, it makes Lear's actions even more despicable, to me.Read More
Your Favorite Mall Jewelry Stores Are Apparently a Gold Mine of Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
The company behind Zales, Kay, and Jared has been involved in a pay and promotion lawsuit for over a decade.
Jewelers like Kay, Jared the Galleria of Jewelry, Osterman, J.B. Robinson, Zales, and others were as ubiquitous as a Sbarros or a Limited Too.Read More
In a Political System Designed for Men, Women Are Still Fighting for the Right to Use Campaign Funds for Childcare
How is this still a thing?
When women enter into politics, they can find themselves butting up against a whole slew of obstacles that, for most of the history of the US government, no one even realized were there. These obstacles come from a system that was designed to be universal, but turns out was actually designed for men, though people might not have recognized the difference until women began participating in that system, a thing that's now happening in record numbers.Read More
If you have the time to watch Leaving Neverland, you should to understand the struggle that James Safechuck and Wade Robson went through at the hands of Michael Jackson.Read More
Will they live long and prosper?
Don't go in expecting lawful good captains and a noble crew when you sit down to watch the second animated Star Trek series in development.Read More
Anna Leszkiewicz's smart and biting review of Bret Easton Ellis' new book, White breaks down the fine line between rational and raving.Read More
Long live the king.
As everyone is talking about the Thanos-size blockbuster premiering this week, Warner Bros. dropped a trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, another king-size feature that should do some business this summer.Read More
3.5/5 Infinity Stones.
'Avengers: Endgame' is a massive sprawl of a movie, with a hundred moving parts and as many characters. Your experience of 'Endgame' will likely hinge on which characters you are personally invested in.Read More