Except this party's packed with Academy Awards winners and nominees.
Ensemble movies are quite the Thing To Do these days, and Murder on the Orient Express is no different.Read More
"If you have the right people telling the right stories then it's absolutely a possibility," the tenth doctor says.Read More
Broadchurch fans, get ready: your faves are coming back for the show's next and final season.Read More
Interview: Actress Olivia Colman on The Night Manager
The talented actress Olivia Colman is as skilled at comedy as she is in drama, appearing in films as diverse as Hot Fuzz and Tyrannosaur. This year alone, she stars in the upcoming film The Lobster, the miniseries comedy Flowers (premiering this Friday), and is currently starring in AMC’s The Night Manager. As MI6 agent […]Read More
The princess is in whatever castle she damn well pleases.
This amazing redesign of Princess Peach (by Kirbi Fagan) is just one of many great female character redesigns in a blog post by Lauren Panepinto about the male gaze in art and entertainment and how including female perspectives doesn't take anything away from anyone else. Give it a read, check out the awesome art, and maybe join the invite-only Women in Fantasy Illustration Facebook group if you're so inclined.Read More
Boredchurch no more.
Good news, fans of bleak crime drama! Broadcaster ITV confirmed earlier today immediately following Broadchurch's Season 2 finale that the show and its stars will be returning for another season, set to air in early 2016.Read More
Breaking Bad Actress Lands Lead In The Broadchurch Remake While The Show Gets Renamed For U.S. Viewers
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The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances
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Fair warning, there's nothing about time or space travel in this trailer, in fact, it's pretty heavy crime material. The reason we're posting the trailer for the eight-part drama series Broadchurch is because it stars Doctor Who actors David Tennant and Arthur Darvill. Technically it stars another Doctor Who actor, Olivia Colman (and well, probably more because tons of British actors have been on the show), but I'm gonna go ahead and make a while assumption and say many will tune in for the two fellas. The series will air on BBC America later this year. (via Deadline) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More