A lot of times, fan films done in the style of an idiosyncratic director tend to be a mixed bag—you never know if you’re going to find an internet gem or a bit of forgettable fluff. This fan film imagining Wes Anderson’s take on the X-Men, however, is the real deal.Read Full Story
Mary-Louise Parker is set to star in Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg—and no, it’s not a show about Breaking Bad’s Walter White.
The show follows two strangers who run into each other in a London train station, changing their lives forever. Kenneth Welsh will star alongside Parker, who most recently appeared on stage in 2013’s Snow Geese.
Heisenberg begins previews May 19 and opens June 3 at the Manhattan Theatre Club.Read Full Story
Sony’s announcement may have come late—but that won’t stop six new games from hitting PlayStation Plus today, March 3, for players to download at no additional cost.Read Full Story
Jon Stewart, as you may know, is retiring from his job as host of The Daily Show. Ever since the comedian made that announcement, there has been rampant speculation as to who will (or should) replace him. Pro wrestler Seth Rollins isn’t one for speculation, though—he thinks he’s the obvious pick for Jon Stewart’s chair.Read Full Story
While fans speculate as to whether Harmonix is reviving one of its other beloved franchises, there’s no doubt that the game developer’s return to Amplitude is on its way and looking as beautiful as ever.Read Full Story
Just when Kelly Clarkson thought nobody wanted to duet with her, Jimmy Fallon gave her 11 duets in a row.
The singer stopped by The Tonight Show on Monday to promote her new album, Piece by Piece. Fallon mentioned Clarkson’s recent comment in an interview about other singers not wanting to collaborate with her, and he said he didn’t understand because he would love to duet with her.Read Full Story
Fifty Shades of Grey has already parodied been a lot, but “Fifty Shades of Wayne” marks the first time that Batman has gotten in on the BDSM action.Read Full Story
Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye, became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined the Avengers. This is what he does when he’s not being an Avenger.
Those are the opening words of the first issue of Hawkeye, the acclaimed Marvel comic by Matt Fraction, which is about to end its current run. After three years and 22 issues, we’ll be saying goodbye to Clint Barton, Kate Bishop, Lucky, and the Tracksuit Mafia as we know them—and while we’ll mourn losing Fraction’s poignant narrative and the masterful art of David Aja and Annie Wu, the ending of Hawkeye is also something to be celebrated.Read Full Story
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