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Transformers: The Last Knight’s Laura Haddock tells us how having a baby prepared her for a Michael Bay set

Transformers: The Last Knight’s Laura Haddock tells us how having a baby prepared her for a Michael Bay set

Even for a fifth franchise installment, there are still a few surprises left in Transformers: The Last Knight. Vying for my top surprise would be the fluid-enough-for-summer-fun correlation between

Istanbul police break up Pride rallies with tear gas

Istanbul police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on LGBTQ supporters to enforce a ban on Pride parades in Turkey’s largest city on Sunday. They detained at least 20 people during the clash in central
Watch: Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols on Uhura, Leonard Nimoy and more

Watch: Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols on Uhura, Leonard Nimoy and more

She's the classiest lady of The Final Frontier ... we got to chat with her! That's right -- we caught up with Nichelle Nichols, aka Lt. Uhura herself, at Wizard World Philly to talk about her time on
Legendary actor Keith David throws down in our exclusive Lightning Round

Legendary actor Keith David throws down in our exclusive Lightning Round

Is there anything actor Keith David hasn't done in his three-decade career? A Juilliard graduate, David made his theatrical film debut as Childs in John Carpenter's seminal horror film The Thing. At
atelier biagetti interview: the milanese studio taking on society’s greatest obsessions

atelier biagetti interview: the milanese studio taking on society’s greatest obsessions

designboom speaks to alberto biagetti and laura baldassari about their process, influences, and blurring the line between art and design. The post atelier biagetti interview: the milanese studio
The Thing at 35: Keith David reminisces about his first movie gig

The Thing at 35: Keith David reminisces about his first movie gig

You may not know that John Carpenter's The Thing was actor Keith David's first film role. Cast as Childs, a member of the remote Antarctic Outpost 31 research station, David got to work with an
David Kushner on exploring the journey of D&D in Rise of the Dungeon Master

David Kushner on exploring the journey of D&D in Rise of the Dungeon Master

Over the last few years, it feels like Dungeons & Dragons has experienced a bit of a renaissance. The tabletop role-playing game is appearing in all corners of media, from TV to podcasts, with new
Astronomer Jillian Bellovary on black holes, the Peace Corps and roller derby

Astronomer Jillian Bellovary on black holes, the Peace Corps and roller derby

Women are doing amazing things in space science, and today I want you to meet Jillian Bellovary. Jillian studies black holes, and in this interview she was kind enough to talk to me about her
Artist Alison Sampson steers through the road trip horrors of Winnebago Graveyard

Artist Alison Sampson steers through the road trip horrors of Winnebago Graveyard

Is there any moment more terrifying than when your parent threatens to turn the car around after your younger sibling pushes your buttons one too many times? Okay, maybe there are scarier things than
Watch: Instant details from the Preacher Season 2 premiere

Watch: Instant details from the Preacher Season 2 premiere

Season 2 of AMC's Preacher has arrived! And after watching the first two episodes, we can confirm this season is clearly a real doozy. We dropped in on the cast and creators at the Season 2 premiere
Watch: Spider-Man artist John Romita Sr. on killing off Gwen Stacy

Watch: Spider-Man artist John Romita Sr. on killing off Gwen Stacy

It is considered the moment that comic books grew up. Gwen Stacy's death in Amazing Spider-Man #121 wasn't just a genuine shocker of a moment -- it marked a seismic shift for comics. The death of a
Tour the Superman Museum, amazingly packed with some 75,000 collectibles

Tour the Superman Museum, amazingly packed with some 75,000 collectibles

Think of the number 75,000. Can you even visualize that, in terms of units? It takes a stretch of the imagination to even conceptualize such a vast amount. Now imagine, if you can, 75,000
Director Damani Baker Tells the Story of Grenada and Black Migration Through His Mother's Eyes

Director Damani Baker Tells the Story of Grenada and Black Migration Through His Mother's Eyes

The year was 1983. Fannie Haughton—a name unfamiliar to most—was living in Oakland, California, under a poisonous Reagan regime, in the middle of a drug war. Much of her life as a student activist had
Watch: Rare Star Wars items stolen from Rancho Obi-Wan

Watch: Rare Star Wars items stolen from Rancho Obi-Wan

Grand larceny most foul! Rancho Obi-Wan is a nonprofit museum that houses the largest collection of Star Wars memorabilia. Founded by Steve Sansweet, former director of content management and head of
Watch: Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld on his 30-year career

Watch: Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld on his 30-year career

Rob Liefeld is the creator of such beloved comics characters as Deadpool and Cable, as well as the superhero team known as Youngblood. Which of his many creations does he love the most? It's an
Watch: Comics legend George Perez on DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths

Watch: Comics legend George Perez on DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths

It changed the game? More like it changed the world. We're referring to Crisis on Infinite Earths, the legendary comics storyline that completely reworked and rebooted DC's by-then-beyond-convoluted
EP promises tonight's S3 premiere will be 'a crazy new chapter in the saga of Zoo'

EP promises tonight's S3 premiere will be 'a crazy new chapter in the saga of Zoo'

When CBS's Zoo returns tonight, expect that things are going to get "batsh** crazy" as the world deals with lab-created animal hybrids and humanity's extinction via sterilization, said executive
Watch: Lightning Round with cast and crew of Preacher

Watch: Lightning Round with cast and crew of Preacher

AMC's Preacher features characters that possess unqiue supernatural abilities. But would kind of abilities would the cast and crew want ... you know, in real life? Watch as Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg

Iraq declares end of ISIS caliphate, but the war is far from over

Iraq declared the end of the Islamic State’s rule there Thursday — three years to the day after the terrorist group first announced its so-called caliphate. But with an estimated 50,000 civilians
joe caslin interview: the irish teacher using street art for social change

joe caslin interview: the irish teacher using street art for social change

designboom chats to irish muralist joe caslin about using the city as a canvas to effect social change. The post joe caslin interview: the irish teacher using street art for social change appeared