Orson Scott Card has vocally opposed gay marriage, going so far as to join the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage. But now that the Supreme Court has ruled that married gay couples deserve the same federal rights as married straight couples, Card would like to move on
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The Fourth of July is almost upon us. While many of you are marking the occasion by stocking up on fireworks or loading up on assorted meats to grill, Joel Murphy wants to celebrate the day by bringing back one of America's greatest patriot - Jack Bauer.
Like many of you, Joel Murphy has had countless people forwarding him the recent Huffington Post article featuring a painting by Craig Mahoney of an adult Calvin clutching a forgotten Hobbes doll that he has rediscovered inside a storage box. While the article claims that the painting,
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which has been on high alert ever since Janet Jackson ripped off her top at the Super Bowl, is considering loosening their restrictions on network television. This has already upset many parent groups, who fear their children will be exposed to copious
This week Joel Murphy poses the eternal question: How much is enough? When it comes to American television, it seems like viewers appetites are absolutely insatiable. Shows like Futurama, Veronica Mars and Arrested Development get a second life thanks to passionate pleas from fans. Iron Man 3
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos responded to questions about other shows following in Arrested Development's footsteps by saying: "The Firefly fan is still the Firefly fan from when it was on TV and there’s fewer of them and they’re more passionate every year. Whereas with Arrested
By merging Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and The Incredible Hulk into one massive cinematic universe, Marvel was able to give us the incredibly entertaining blockbuster film The Avengers. But each one of those films featured a cameo by Stan Lee. And all of those versions of
The past few days have been trying ones for us all as we are inundated with horrific images and stories from Boston. We are all struggling to make sense of it all and to find a way to go on with our daily routines. So with that
Breaking Bad has just a handful of episodes left until it ends forever, which means sadly the finale will be the last time we see Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and the rest of the colorful characters that inhabit that world ... everyone except Saul Goodman, that is.
After shelving the film for nine months to reshoot scenes and convert it into 3D, Paramount is finally releasing G.I. Joe: Retaliation, burying it in March when it won't face any stiff competition and hoping the added bump from the 3D ticket prices will help recoup the