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  • The Art of Being Normal Proves There Is No Such Thing

    Some people would give anything to be considered “normal”, but in The Art of Being Normal, the lesson is that there really is no such thing. Since he was little, David has only ever really wanted one thing: to be a girl. He keeps this a secret from everyone except his two best friends, quietly gathering […]


  • First Wives Club Reboot Finds First Two Wives

    TV Land’s First Wives Club reboot has found its first two members: Alyson Hannigan and Megan Hilty. The First Wives Club was originally a book written by Olivia Goldsmith. It was adapted into a film (and later a musical) starring Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton as a group of women who – after the death […]


  • Gillian Anderson Cast in “American Gods”

    It’s a Hannibal reunion, you guys! Gillian Anderson has joined Bryan Fuller’s American Gods, Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s best-selling novel. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • “Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest” Coming to Comic-Con HQ

    Announced earlier today, Mark Hamill will be hosting a docu-style series focusing on collectors and their memorabilia on Comic-Con HQ, the new subscription video on demand service that intends to turn the excitement of San Diego Comic-Con into a year-round event. In Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest, Mark brings his “encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture and […]


  • The Characters Completely Made “Company Town”

    In Company Town, a woman without a future works for a man without a past. Go Jung-Hwa takes a job as a bodyguard for a wealthy family so that she can use the family’s resources to track down the monster that’s murdering her friends. In a metaphor that is perhaps way too literal, the titular company town — […]


  • “The Death Cure” Gets Pushed Back — What Does It Mean?

    After Dylan O’Brien was injured in an accident while filming The Death Cure, production shut down to allow him time to heal. Filming was supposed to start back up early in May, but news broke that Dylan’s injuries may be worse than anticipated, and production was shut down indefinitely. No date was given for when production […]


  • Captain Jack and Ianto Got Back Together and It Was Glorious

    Brace yourselves, Janto fans: your favorite couple is back! John Barrowman and Gareth David-Lloyd are both returning to their Torchwood roles in Big Finish’s latest Torchwood radio play, which is set to be released in November. Based on the popular BBC show, which was a spinoff of Doctor Who that focused on John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness, Torchwood: Outbreak is a three-part […]


  • Mattel’s SDCC Exclusives Are Wonder-ful

    With less than two months to go until geeks worldwide converge on San Diego for the granddaddy of all cons, announcements have started going out regarding the most sought-after of all souvenirs: exclusives. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Did Marvel Just Ruin Steve Rogers and Captain America?

    Yesterday, Captain America was in the news because fans want to give him a boyfriend and help increase representation for the LGBTQIA+ community. Today, he’s in the news for an entirely different, really, really terrible reason. WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the new issue of Captain America: Steve Rogers. Read at your own risk. Read […]