Melissa Benoist, who is best known for her starring role in Sky One's Supergirl, revealed that she is a survivor of domestic violence. In an Instagram video that details at length her relationship with
“I am listening to what fear teaches. I will never be gone. I am a scar, a report from the frontlines, a talisman, a resurrection. A rough place on the chin of complacency.” “There is no time for despair,
With the exception of Bob Dylan, no one in pop has played their own mythology and held their mystique so completely To coincide with his retrospective at the V&A in 2013, David Bowie drew up a personal
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“I think that my father would be so surprised,” mused Jodi Serling, daughter of Rod Serling, the creative genius behind the enduringly popular and wildly influential The Twilight Zone. This year sees show
Arrow's Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover: 42 Easter Eggs And References You May Have Missed - GameSpot
This is, by far, the biggest crossover the Arrow-verse has ever pulled off. Five hours of TV, an unfathomable number of DC Comics superheroes making appearances, and an entire multiverse facing destruction.
It (pun intended) is a good time to be Stephen King — or one of his books. It Chapter Two hits theaters this weekend (and could very well dethrone its predecessor as the highest-grossing horror film of
Gotham, out this week on Blu-ray and DVD in a complete series box set (season 5 also sold separately) to Batman fans, was a show that always sounded like a bad idea. Essentially a riff on Smallville, Superman-before-Superman
In an age where only the spiciest takes tend to gain momentum, hyperbole has become a language all its own. Things are no longer “good” or “okay,” they are either the best thing that has ever existed the
Shoichi Yokoi was 26 when he was drafted into the Japanese Army in 1941. At the time, soldiers were taught that surrender was the worst possible fate for a soldier — so when US forces invaded Japanese-occupied
Vincent van Gogh’s The Bedroom, Kandinsky’s My Dining Room, and Grant Wood's The Sun Shine on the Corner are just three paintings of historical interiors that have truly become works of art. These paintings
On paper, Captain America is a troublesome character. The George W. Bush era helped make it hard to see the United States as anything but a global bully, enforcing its will on others and shunning those
There’s a moment in 2017’s Wonder Woman that’s so inspiring, and so largely unprecedented, that it literally brought audiences to tears. It happened so many times that it became its own meme. It became
Tina Fey is heartbroken that her sizzlingly witty cable news sitcom was axed when it was firing on all cylinders, and I couldn’t agree more. We must get Netflix to bring it back In a recent interview commemorate
We don’t normally cover IMAX documentaries in-depth on this site, but, then, most big-screen nature docs don’t feature an Avenger saying nice things about dogs, which is the sort of thing that gives this