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- Where Is Superman’s Long-Form Birth Certificate?
- Interview: Thor’s Jaimie Alexander Is A Geek Girl Goddess
- Interview: Thor’s Jaimie Alexander on Marvel Spoilers, Her Geeky Roots, and Wonder Woman’s Breasts
- News: The makers of “Coraline” are reteaming for two more projects. The stop-motion picture “ParaNorman” will be released in 2012.
- News: ‘Pirates 5′ Script Delivered, But Johnny Depp Wants to ‘Hold Off for a Bit’
- 10 Bits of Norse Myth You Probably Won’t See in Thor
- 11 Grammatically Incorrect Movie Titles
- 18 Rare And Unseen Star Wars Shots
- 40 Star Wars Stories That Should Be Movies, chosen by TotalFilm.com
- The death of the film trilogy: Some of the finest directors have produced masterful triptychs. But do we really need a fourth Pirates of the Caribbean?
- The Film-Lover’s Check List is a simple but neat website for marking off the movies you’ve watched based on “Best” movie lists. You can choose from a wide variety of lists at the site or you can create your own.
- Hot actresses: “We’re nerds just like you.” Megan Fox, Mila Kunis and others perfect the art of fanboy pandering — and show the extent of geek clout.
- Infographic: Superhero Movies By The Numbers
- Listverse remembers the Top 10 Horrifying Moments in Film History
- Moviefone spells out The New Rules for Comic Book Movies
- MTV include both Hitler and Joker in its 7 Best Supervillain Movie Deaths.
- ‘Scream 4’: The First Mainstream Feminist Horror Film
- There’s a new trailer for Green Lantern out, this time with more Parallax.
- TotalFilm names its choices for the 50 Greatest Star Wars Characters
- Which Thor Will We Get? With so many Thors and inspirations abound, I can’t help but wonder which Thor we’ll see in movie theaters?
- Why the World Is Seeing ‘Thor’ Before America
- Interview: Geek Syndicate has posted a video interview with Lauren Beukes of Zoo City
- Interview: Literary Rambles asks Janice Hardy of The Shifter a few questions.
- Interview: Orbit has an interview with Paolo Bacigalupi of The Windup Girl.
- News: Kindle Now Available at Walmart
- News: Republican House majority leader Matt Dean publicly criticized Minnesota’s House Legacy Funding Division for paying Neil Gaiman for a speaking engagement. The legislator called the author “pencil-necked little weasel who stole $45,000 from the state of Minnesota.” Gaiman responded with a tweet. [More]
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- 10 Places to Get Free E-Books for Kindle, Nook, and Sony Readers
- 10 Technologies That Changed Literature Forever
- 25 Everyday Things You Never Knew Had Names. My favorite is Dysania. Try guessing what it is before you read the list.
- Buying Short Stories Ala Carte With Kindle Singles: A Glorious New Market?
- The economics of indie writers in the Kindle Marketplace
- The Fascinating Histories Behind Your Favorite Fairy Tales
- It’s the Day Against DRM; does anybody care?
- Lauren Beukes wons the 2011 Arthur C Clarke Award for Zoo City. Oneironomicon has posted the video.
- Martha Nichols asks Do Novels Still Matter?
- Oneironomicon has posted a book trailer for The Meowmorphosis, a fresh take on Kafka’s classic The Metamorphosis.
- Why We Shouldn’t Treat Rap As Poetry
- Cory Doctorow talks Techno-optimism
- Why Amazon Might Be The Only Company That Can Build An iPad Killer
- Interview: Google’s Schmidt tells Tina Fey to ditch iPhone
- Interview: Summer Glau reflects on Joss Whedon, sci-fi women and River’s edge over at Hero Complex.
- News: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Ratings Rise In Week 3
- News: “Oh, Season 7 is GO for Bones”. I love that the news broke via Twitter.
- The 20 Funniest Moments In Michael Scott History
- Save Stargate Universe Facebook Campaign Recruits Over 22,000 Fans… Will Syfy Listen? (Short answer: no.)
- Why Doctor Who’s Falling Overnight Ratings Are A Good Thing
- The 11 Most Terrifying Video Game Reveals
- Valve: first Portal 2 downloadable content will be free
- The video game industry by the numbers