He’ll be back.
Safe, conventional, and not particularly sympathetic to women, cis or trans. Mistakes the external signifiers of femininity with actually being a woman.
Wonderfully, sweetly geeky, and full of the sort of goofy yet intriguing adventures that inspire kiddie curiosity in history and art and science.
An engaging documentary about the world-famous physicist that emphasizes the challenges of his personal life and the resilience of his humor and spirit.
Ray Bradbury, who died yesterday at age 91, inspired, both directly and indirectly, generations of filmmakers. Stephen Hawking’s ideas inform both Battleship and Prometheus this summer. What other thinkers should storytellers be looking to for inspiration?
What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
In a shock move that is rocking the Hollywood awards season, the Metropolis Film Critics Circle today revealed that it will haved on-announced its 2011 Best-Ofs on April 1, 2011.
Ewww. It’s got Michael Bay’s jingo-jism all over it.
I knew it! Stephen Hawking says aliens will want to enslave us and eat our brains, or maybe our sun, or something, and he’s, like, the smartest smart guy ever, so he should know, right? Then again… aliens can be cute: Or dangerous only insofar as they will expect you to buy them pints: Or … more…
Continuing this week’s theme regarding the “debate” over health-care reform, surely you’ve heard that the proud ignoramuses who are screaming about “socialized medicine” and “death panels” would like us to believe that if Stephen Hawking lived in the U.K., he’d be dead — DEAD! — because the Nazi eugenicists would have deemed him not worthy … more…