Articles tagged with: Nerd rage
The annual Hugo Awards were presented — some of them, anyway — on Saturday at Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention in Spokane, Wash.
Castle’s been sold folks, move along.
Crisis averted: Doctor Who isn’t leaving Netflix. But do its “fans” deserve this deliverance?
Roland Emmerich will direct a rebooted trilogy of Stargate feature films, produced by Dean Devlin. Oh, good.
A Mesa man has been leading an online campaign for same-sex relationships in the upcoming U.S. release of a popular Nintendo life simulation game.
Like so much fan fiction, we finally know that all those Star Wars books just won’t count anymore. But now you can buy a bunch of new Star Wars books that will!
Phoenix Comicon organizers have struck a celebrity guest from the lineup after learning he tried to sell T-shirts that used another guest’s artwork without permission.
If you had told me six months ago that the highly anticipated S.H.I.E.L.D. series would include Deathlok, I would have been ecstatic. But …
Movie experience was marred, not by a poorly written, acted or directed film, but by people that cruel fate aligned me with for that particular place and time.
Star Wars sequels will mix practical and digital special effects – but that won’t be enough to save them
One comment has fueled hopes of a return to the “glory days” of the original Star Wars trilogy.
It’s time Hollywood (and theaters) started focusing on improving their technology and presentation instead of spending their time trying to pull a “pinhead” trick on moviegoers.
Futurama’s final 13 episodes will begin airing June 10, and the series finale is set for Sept. 4.
Disney’s redesign of the iconic ASU Sun Devil mascot Sparky has been so unpopular that the university is going to allow aspects of the updated costume to be tweaked by the public.
“Zero Dark Thirty” star Jessica Chastain is being considered for the part of Jane in David Yates’ upcoming “Tarzan” film