While pondering potential subjects for this week, I couldn’t help noticing that this is the 52nd edition of the column that I’ve authored. That’s a full year of weekly nerdery by my count, and it all began on July 23, 2013, with a roundup of the biggest hits, misses and lingering questions from the that year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
With this year’s convention kicking off… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Five Great, Geeky Moments from Modern Comic-Con History
Recently, Marvel Comics decided to make a major announcement on national television when it let the world know that Thor, a pillar of the Marvel universe and a founding Avenger, would be replaced with a new character of the same name. There was a twist, though: the new Thor will be a woman, worthy of holding the fabled Asgardian hammer when its original wielder has, somehow… Continue reading Comics on Film: Like Thor, Here Are Five Major Heroes That Also Had Substitutes
Welcome back to another episode of The Summer Movies Podcast, a podcast that will run from May through the end of August and cover all things related to summer movies past, present and future.
On this week’s episode hosts Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) review Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Additionally, with many calling Apes the best movie of the
So, why should you tune in to the second season of Inside Amy Schumer, which premieres Tuesday night on Comedy Central? Simple: “You’ll laugh for 30 minutes,” Schumer tells EW. “I would say only watch it if you enjoy laughing.”
Point taken. When pressed, though, the sketch show’s creator and star did come up with a few more specific highlights — including season 2′s greatest guest stars (Paul Giamatti!), targets (Aaron… Continue reading ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ creator and star: Five reasons to watch season 2
My Five Wives premieres Sunday night and star Brady Williams is comparing going public as a polygamist to “coming out of the closet.”
“It’s very liberating. You don’t worry if somebody thinks you’re a polygamous anymore because everyone knows,” Williams told AP.
Williams, his five wives and their 24 children live outside of Salt Lake City.
PHOTOS: TLC’s Sister Wives
They were previously members of a Mormon sect called… Continue reading ‘My Five Wives’ Star: ‘Going Public As Polygamist Was Like Coming Out Of The Closet’