Although this was a good episode, it wasn’t the game changer last week’s episode of Halt and Catch Fire was; instead, "Run Time" seemed to be more about setting up this coming season. So what did happen? Well, Joe got a job, Cameron went on a hiring spree, Donna is still annoyed with Cameron for going on that hiring spree, and Gordon is bored at home with all his money.Read More
Welcome to the first recap of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, of which the first episode of season two premiered last night. Beware spoilers if you haven't seen the episode yet!Read More
The Mary Sue Interview: Halt and Catch Fire Producer Melissa Bernstein on the Ladies Taking Charge of Computing in Season Two
Back this Sunday for its second season, Halt has managed to get even better, and gone through some major changes. Specifically, Scoot McNairy’s Gordon and Lee Pace’s Joe are taking a step back, and Kerry Bishé Donna and Mackenzie Davis’s Cameron are taking center stage with a new focus on their start-up, Mutiny.Read More
It's been quite the week for comics. Here's a rad Wonder Woman redesign by Stephen Byrne.Read More
Oh, it's on.
You've heard the rumors. You've seen the GIFs on Tumblr. You've probably already watched it a bunch of times on a burner YouTube account right before it got yanked by Disney for copyright reasons. Now Marvel has officially put up the Guardians gag reel dance-off scene up for all the world to see and share. You're welcome.Read More
Ronan? Is...is that you?
Earlier this week Warner Bros. revealed a beautiful panoramic tapestry for the upcoming final installment of the Hobbit trilogy, and now the first character poster of Lee Pace as the party-pooping Elven king Thranduil has been released. Hit the jump for a peek at Pace!Read More
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The facts were these: Anna Friel posted this photo of her kissing Lee Pace on IG, and a world's worth of Chuck/Ned shippers went crazy. #SavePushingDaisies2k14 (via Instagram)Read More
Quit playing games with my heart, Fuller.
Stop messing with our feels, Bryan Fuller. Either you're bringing back everyone's favorite pie-maker or you're not. Stop toying with our pie-motions.Read More
But where are all the dwarves?
New shots of Bard, Thranduil, Gandalf and a very tiny inset Tauriel will be found in Entertainment Weekly's upcoming Comic-Con special. Admittedly these stills don't make me as excited for Battle of the Five Armies as yesterday's reveal of the epic poster, although the pre-battle scene Bard appears to be striding through is exciting. Really, though, I just want more Smaug. Don't we all?Read More
Guardians of the Galaxy Premiere Red Carpet Brings Out Marvel’s Stars In Their Finest (Plus Some Gatecrashers)
There are some very attractive people in Hollywood, did you know?
If you are prone to fainting when seeing extremely attractive people being extremely attractive, you might want to skip this post. Marvel Entertainment rolled out the red carpet in Hollywood last night for Guardians of the Galaxy, and more than a few familiar faces showed up.Read More
Ok, ok, we know you care about Lee Pace (Ronan the Accuser) and Djimon Hounsou (Korath the Pursuer), but Karen Gillan wins this poster round, hands down.Read More
Guardians, I trust you, but... wow.
I actually have no clue what Ronan the Accuser looks like in the comics, so I wasn't expecting anything specific regarding his visual appearance in the movie. But I was expecting... not this. Holy. Part of me is scared, and the other part can't get over how his mask looks like a bra-and-panties set with some sort of garter system connecting the two. 100% of me is ??!?!?!?!!!Read More
Things We Saw Today
Fact From the Vapor of Nuance
Things We Saw Today
Just don't touch the series again after it has been revived, or it will stay dead for good.
In between desperately trying to get a second season for his critically acclaimed series Hannibal, Bryan Fuller had admitted that he wants to launch a Kickstarter campaign for a movie version of his once critically acclaimed but-also-brutally-cancelled show Pushing Daisies. Now it's starting to look more and more like Fuller's going to make that campaign happen, because last night he announced via Twitter that he's put up all the scripts for every Pushing Daisies episode on his website. Who does nice things like that for a four-year-old cancelled series out of the blue like that without hoping to get some money out of it? We're on to your tricks, Fuller!Read More