Here are ten of our favorite romances, in non-romance movies and television!Read More
I want to believe.
Last weekend, a crafty fan made a poster of Gillian Anderson as the next James Bond, which Anderson herself then shared on Twitter. The #NextBond poster was just the latest in a series of fan campaigns focused around the role of James Bond. From Idris Elba to Priyanka Chopra, there's an obvious desire from many fans and some actors for women and people of color to take more of a central role in the Bond franchise.Read More
If not more.
In an interview with the U.K.'s Sunday Express this week, actor Mads Mikkelsen opened up about how Hannibal's untimely cancellation last year impacted the cast, saying “We are all angry. We were pissed. It’s madness."Read More
In this video after the jump, you'll get the feels from several shows at once, as it shows you the first frame and last frame of some popular TV shows. *NOTE: I hadn't ever watched several of these shows, but didn't consider the images spoilers. Be that as it may, use your own judgement. Read no further if you don't want descriptions of the endings of Mad Men, Lost, or Breaking Bad*Read More
Up, up, and away!
Master builders Ellen Kooijman (Alatariel) and Brad Meltzer have devised this awesome Amelia Earhart LEGO set!Read More
Sending one Marshmallow latte to all you Fannibals out there.
If you read anything about last night's iZombie episode, you were probably anticipating an special guest appearance that would turn you into a Marshmallow all over again. Little did we know that the episode would be a literal platter of cameos! With a side of black-humoured coffee!Read More
During an interview with Uproxx, Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller talked about saying goodbye to the series after its untimely cancellation earlier this year.Read More
Gillian's face says it all: we miss you, Hannibal.
This show always cared a lot about its fans, and seeing this tribute to the fandom is making me feel all of the emotions. What are you going to miss most about Hannibal?Read More
Rad ladies making rad things.
At New York Comic Con earlier this year we had the chance to talk to Ashly Burch and Lauren Haroutunian, just two of the incredible creators behind Hulu's new series RocketJump: The Show, premiering today.Read More
Sure, Luke has historically fought the Dark Side of the Force, but that doesn't mean he wouldn't kill a fuckton of people to do it. Check out Mr. Sunday Movies' Movie Kill Count for Luke Skywalker!Read More
In today’s level of media saturation, the lines between politics and pop culture grow ever blurrier.Read More
Love these you will.
Because Jedi robes weren't awesome enough, Etsy seller Sky Creation upped the robe game by creating these beautiful Star Wars kimonos!Read More
Do you see?
It's a visually stunning trailer, as anything related to Hannibal is, and it brings back a lot of memories connected to the Red Dragon book and movie.Read More
Yahoo!, maybe? Hulu?
It seems that two of the first saviors we all thought of when Hannibal was cancelled - Amazon or Netflix - aren't in the Hannibal-saving biddness.Read More
Fannibals have been scrambling to save Hannibal following the series' untimely cancellation last month, but Deadline reports that the show's possible future may now be further imperiled by contract changes.Read More
Fannibals everywhere were distraught earlier this week to learn that NBC didn't have the guts to keep Hannibal going, but efforts by fans and crew alike to save the show have gone into full swing. Showrunner Bryan Fuller has some thoughts on their prospects, and they sound as promising as we could hope for at this point.Read More
Want Spaceballs LEGO to become a part of your reality? Head over to LEGO Ideas and vote!Read More
So, NBC canceled Hannibal. What now? No, sending meat to NBC headquarters is not the answer. But a good ol' fan campaign might be in order!Read More
I hear that TV exec brains are very tasty...
It's time to say goodbye. NBC just announced that Hannibal will not be renewed for a fourth season.Read More
Masculinity is being explored and re-defined to fit a modern context, and TV is at the apex of this dialogue. In an age where gender roles are not as confining as they once were, men and women alike are trying to find where they fit on spectrum where once there were boxes.Read More