We've been covering the ongoing Kesha/Dr. Luke legal battle, in which Kesha alleges years of rape and mental/emotional abuse at the hands of her longtime producer. However, Kelly Clarkson not only revealed her personal distaste for Dr. Luke in a recent interview, but illuminated how the music industry silences its women.Read More
Mark your calendar for women punching everything
Sony's Silver and Black, the Spiderverse film which will center on Silver Sable and Black Cat, is set to hit theaters on February 8, 2019 - exactly one month before Captain Marvel arrives on March 8, 2019.Read More
A while back, Amy Schumer was supposed to be starring in a movie called Barbie, a film about a woman who doesn't fit into the world of Barbies. She dropped out of the project back in March, and while the film still hasn't officially cast its new female lead, there's an actress currently in talks for the role: Anne Hathaway.Read More
The tangled web Marvel weaves ...
We've still got almost a year to go before the Avengers kick off the fated battle with Thanos that's been building for the entire run of Marvel movies, but the Marvel braintrust has already hashed out how the connected universe's next "phase" will begin—a necessity with so many interconnected parts. Now, we know how phase 4 will kick off.Read More
Be prepared! While it's difficult to imagine anyone living up to Jeremy Irons as Scar in Disney's classic The Lion King, David Oyelowo is an amazing choice as the voice of the disgruntled feline with vengeance in his heart.Read More
Gina Prince-Bythewood’s More Than Ready to Bring Superheroes to the Big Screen in a Post-Wonder Woman World
We were thrilled to learn that Love and Basketball and The Secret Life of Bees director Gina Prince-Bythewood was taking the helm of the upcoming Spider-Man spin-off film, Silver & Black, becoming the first black woman to direct a big-budget superhero movie. With Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman kicking ass at the box office the way it is, Prince-Bythewood is more than ready to bring superheroes to the big screen.Read More
Sony's E3 conference is scheduled for tonight, and there are some big surprises expected for the video game giant. Here's how to watch.Read More
Gina Prince-Bythewood, who previously directed and wrote films like Love & Basketball and Beyond the Lights, will direct Sony's Silver Sable and Black Cat movie, Silver & Black.Read More
We all laughed at the PlayStation Move, but the Move will have the last laugh! Virtual reality created a surprise second life for the peripherals, but is the PlayStation VR's low-budget, Frankenstein-esque parts setup the revolutionary experience the current VR push was hoping for?Read More
Game of Thrones' Alex Graves will be helming Sony's live action remake of Mulan.Read More
First of all, drunk Crissle West needs to be my best friend. Secondly, check out Drunk History's take on the Stonewall riots, which West not only tells entertainingly, but also stars trans actors in trans roles. Namely, Alexandra Grey as Marsha P. Johnson and Trace Lysette as Sylvia Rivera, both of whom feature prominently on Transparent this season.Read More
Sony is holding a "PlayStation Meeting" tomorrow, where the current leader of the console wars is expected to unveil its PlayStation 4 Neo, alongside a "PlayStation 4 slim." The Neo is certainly on the way, but the slim caught everyone by surprise when its existence leaked out recently, although it's pretty much in line with Sony's past mid-lifecycle console revamps. Now, despite still lacking an official announcement, we even know what the console's innards are like.Read More
You'd think that nearly everyone having a mobile game machine on them at all times would've already drawn an "aggressive" response from traditional game companies, but that hasn't really been the case. Nintendo itself hadn't really gotten into the mobile game until recently, and though the company wasn't directly responsible for Pokémon GO, the game's success has no doubt been inspiration for the rest of the industry.Read More
You got your PS4 in my PC. You got your PC in my PS4.
PlayStation Now, Sony's game-focused answer to Netflix, will be coming to PC very shortly.Read More
Sony's got a media event coming up next month, and all signs point to it being the unveiling of the new, more powerful PlayStation 4 "Neo." That might not be all they've got in store, though, as this past weekend saw the leak of images of a purported PS4 "slim," and now a report on the Wall Street Journal seeks to confirm the new model as Sony remains silent.Read More
Sausage Party—you know, that 90 minute long dick joke movie that we all thought wasn't real—has apparently slighted its animators in a big, big way.Read More
It's one or the other, really.
Game development is hard—almost as hard as keeping fans happy. In the case of Final Fantasy XV, the game has been delayed to make sure it's fully polished and doesn't require a patch on its launch day to make it suitably playable, which you may remember from a bygone era as "how game development works." You can't please everyone, though, and after a weekend of fan frustration, the delay isn't necessarily welcome news.Read More
Move over, non-VR games. No, really. We need the space.
It's difficult to gauge a VR experience without experiencing it for yourself, which is a fact Sony has acknowledged in new PlayStation VR documentation. One thing we do know now about Sony's upcoming VR solution for the PlayStation 4, though, is that it's going to require a pretty big space to play.Read More
What? Nintendo 64 is evolving!
The gaming industry is no stranger to "vaporware" games that seem interesting when they're announced but never see store shelves, but that's not the kind of thing we see a lot with hardware in the modern era. Back in the day, however, there were a few pieces of legendary hardware from big name companies that never made it onto store shelves, and the 64DD—at least outside of Japan—is one of them.Read More
Roland's ka-tet might be a little smaller than we thought.
The Dark Tower book series is, in many ways, a love letter from Stephen King to cinema, but it might also be the work of his that will be the most difficult to faithfully adapt for the screen.Read More