We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including the Arrowverse, Titans, The Righteous Gemstones and Dancing With the Stars! 1 | That late-night board meeting on Titans seemed rather unfazed by the young woman who crashed through their window, right? […]
The Handmaid’s Tale’s Yvonne Strahovski on Serena’s Crushing Regret, That Secret Phone and Why Canada Might Not Be an Option
RELATED STORIES Warning: This post contains spoilers from Season 3, Episode 5 of The Handmaid’s Tale. It seems that Serena Joy Waterford’s stint as a member of The Handmaid’s Tale‘s resistance has come to an abrupt halt. Was she caught aiding June? Did she lose yet another appendage to Gilead’s draconian punitive system? Nope: In […]
A sellsword’s loyalty is always up for grabs — It’s right there in the name! But over the past few seasons, Game of Thrones mercenary Bronn has seemed to settle into (and maybe even enjoy?) his role of Jaime Lannister’s right-hand man and de facto confidante. RELATED STORIES However, just because Bronn’s been riding with […]
What We Do in the Shadows Review: FX's Majestically Silly Vampire Comedy Might Be the Year's Funniest New Show
Early on in FX’s terrific new comedy What We Do in the Shadows, we overhear what sounds like a typical argument between roommates about leaving food out too long. Only these roommates are also vampires, and instead of a jug of milk left out on the counter, they’re fighting about a human half-drained of his […]
Also, the battle between Steven Spielberg and Netflix rages on, and fans could get an ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ sequel. https://media.wired.com/photos/5c7d483fccdb83272d253f20/master/pass/GameOfThrones_Helen%20Sloan.jpg
The polar vortex engulfing the US has left 21 people dead. Here’s why events like this might be getting more common.
AP The polar vortex swept parts of the US Midwest and East Coast this week, forcing millions of Americans to contend with subzero temperatures. The polar vortex is an area of circulating cold air that rings the planet’s North and South poles. Sometimes that vortex destabilizes, sending surges of Arctic air south. Windchill temperatures were as […]
Language is a tool, and just like any tool, it has equal capacity to inflict both good and bad on the world. Language is a beautiful, human thing; the connective tissue that transfers culture, knowledge and critical information across borders and generations. It’s also a means of segregation and detachment, erecting invisible walls among neighbors […]
On a typical Monday night in Las Vegas, the lights of the Strip flash their familiar neon hue as tens of thousands of tourists, double-fisting fireballs and margaritas, stream up and down the Boulevard. But a few streets west of the glow of the Bellagio, on a dark, industrial stretch, there’s a different kind of […]
Will it be able to fill the gaps left by smaller producers?
Imagine you work in a lab. You get up in the morning, go to work and drop a vial of acid that quickly spreads out into a chemical burn over your arm. The emergency services are called and first responders show up, wearing augmented reality (AR) glasses that directly connect them to burn experts hundreds […]