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Things We Saw Today: Star Trek: Discovery Intros New Castmember and More Short Treks

Plus Ruby Rose, Nick Offerman, and more SDCC news!

Star Sonequa Martin-Green revealed that the third season just started shooting in Iceland, with brand new cast member David Ajala.

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The Trailer for Star Trek: Picard Is Everything We Ever Wanted

Data! Seven of Nine! Picard's pitbull gets a name!

It's been 25 years since Picard graced the small screen, and not only is he returning to the iconic character, but he's bringing some familiar faces along with him.

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Mark Hamill and Taron Egerton Bring The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance to Hall H

Plus a sneak peek at the artistry behind the long-awaited sequel.

The audience was treated to a behind the scenes featurette as well s a surprise sneak peek at the first episode of the 10-episode miniseries.

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Will The Witcher Become Netflix’s Answer to Game of Thrones?

The first teaser for Henry Cavill's series premieres at SDCC.

The series stars erstwhile Superman Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, "a mutated monster hunter who struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts."

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Comic Miniseries The Rise of Kylo Ren Will Finally Answer All Your Burning Kylo Questions

As Charles Soule says, from Ben to Ren...

Charles Soule will be writing a Kylo Ren miniseries for Marvel Star Wars titled The Rise of Kylo Ren. This four issue miniseries will answer all your burning backstory questions for the sequel trilogy's primary villain. 

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Things We Saw Today: ESPN’s Dan Le Batard Calls out the Network’s ‘Cowardly’ No-Politics Policy

Despite ESPN's policy of not being political, host Dan Le Batard took a moment to address the racist Trump rally and the chanting that took place.

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CNN Keeps Asking Racists to Talk About Racism

If CNN is resorting to giving airtime to white supremacists and secret rightwing activists disguised as regular folks, maybe that's a sign that both sides of an issue aren't worth presenting.

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Well Actually Episode 4: Orange Is the New Black Little Mermaid Edition

See what The Mary Sue's geek girls have to say in the latest Well Actually! 

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Marvel’s Avengers Cast but If They Were All ’80s Heartthrobs

Ever think about the MCU and what it would have been like in a different era? I do!

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John Carpenter Confirms TWO New Halloween Sequels: Halloween Kills & Halloween Ends

“The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode isn’t over.” Dear Sweet Brown Jesus it's never going to end.

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Here’s Your Guide To All Things IT After That Terrifying Chapter Two Trailer

From Pennywise to the Losers Club, here is everything you need to remember about IT before the release of IT Chapter Two.

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Is This What the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Holds for Deadpool?

Ryan Reynolds being a member of the Avengers seems like a great thing, but also a disaster.

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Brandon Routh Will Be Superman Once More in Arrowverse Crossover. Superman Returns!

Actor Brandon Routh, who played Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman in the ... well-meaning, but kind of bad Superman Returns is getting to be Superman again in an upcoming Arrowverse crossover and honestly, I'm excited as heck to see it.

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Donald Trump Is Gaslighting Us About the “Send Her Back” Chant

Trump says he tried to stop the crowd at his campaign rally from chanting 'send her back.' He didn't.

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DC Universe’s Titans Special Effects Coordinator Killed in Tragic Accident

The DC Universe show Titans has been noted for its gritty fighting sequence and brutality with what it puts the characters through. That means, behind the scenes, there are talented stunt people who help bring those scenes to life. Sadly, Titans has lost a member of its stunt team in a tragic accident.

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Fabulous Geek Couture Took Over San Diego Comic-Con at the 2019 Her Universe Fashion Show

Geek but make it fabulous.

Transformations, sequins, and everyone's favorite fandoms strutted their stuff on the runway at the Her Universe Fashion Show at San Diego Comic-Con.

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Why LGBTQ Representation in Fantasy Is so Important

I realized that most fantasy was lacking in fantasy. That of everything dreamed of in a bookstore, that in the worlds that filled those pages, entire groups of humanity had been left out. Different kinds of people, different types of love and ways of connecting, were erased.   

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Where’s the Outrage That the Trump Administration Just Defunded Women’s Health Providers?

Last week, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Trump administration’s domestic "gag rule" could take effect, and within days, the Health and Human Services Department announced its intent to implement and enforce the policy. This tends to be the sort of news that gets buried in a news cycle that’s seen a sitting U.S. president tell four congresswomen of color to “go back where they came from,” but it’s important nonetheless.

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Check Out Our Live Coverage of the Her Universe 2019 Fashion Show at San Diego Comic Con

The best in geek couture!

The Mary Sue's San Diego Comic Con crew this year is excited to be livetweeting and Instagramming all the excitement from the Her Universe fashion show!

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Our Full Live Coverage of BBC & HBO’s His Dark Materials Panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019

The Mary Sue is going to be in the Room Where it Happens with Lin Manuel Miranda today at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Our own Jessica Mason will be on-site with live coverage of the first look at BBC & HBO's His Dark Materials.

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