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Nerdist News: Lady Gaga Goes Gaga for Hatsune Miku

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Nerdist Goes To The MTV Movie Awards

Join Nerdist on the red carpet at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards as I chat with Pete Holmes, Grumpy Cat, Teen Wolf’s Ian Bohen, and Drake Bell and watch as… more

Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum on OCULUS and the New Era of Distribution

Blumhouse Productions seems to be doing it right: They are the go-to production house when it comes to low cost/high reward feature films. Jason Blum is known throughout Hollywood… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM! Details below… As convention season, which seems to be competing with road construction season for longest of… more
 

Director Carlos Saldanha Talks RIO 2

Rio 2, starring Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, George Lopez, and Jemaine Clement, hit theaters this weekend and for fans of the first, it certainly won’t disappoint. All of the favorite… more

Nerdist Interviews OCULUS Director Mike Flanagan

Oculus is the latest release from horror powerhouse Blumhouse Productions. Co-written and directed by Mike Flanagan, the film stars Karen Gillan, Katee Sackhoff, Brenton Thwaites and Rory Cochrane and is… more

Nerdist Talks to Karen Gillan About OCULUS

Since you find yourself here on Nerdist.com, I am going to assume that the lovely Karen Gillan needs no introduction. But, just in case you need a refresher, she’s… more
 

Interview: Martin Freeman Buries His Ego in the Snow in Fargo

Life isn’t great for Martin Freeman’s character Lester Nygaard. Without spoiling it, the put-upon hero of the FX series Fargo finds himself mired in murder and money, thanks to the… more

Interview: John Barrowman Talks ARROW and Pam Anderson in DOCTOR WHO’s TARDIS

As a card-carrying Whovian, the prospect of chatting with Captain Jack Harkness himself — John Barrowman — was an exciting one over which it was worth slightly geeking out. (OK so maybe… more

Interview: Billy Bob Thornton Goes Dark in FX’s FARGO

“All of those things that made us not want to do television in the ’80s are gone,” Billy Bob Thornton told a collection of journalists during a conference call about… more
 

Nerdist Talks To Karen Gillan, Katee Sackhoff, Rory Cochrane, and Mike Flanagan About OCULUS

Oculus, the new horror thriller from director Mike Flanagan and starring Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Katee Sackhoff, and Rory Cochrane, hits theaters this weekend, and I got a chance to… more

Nerdist Interviews the Team Behind PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES

Paranormal Activity is one of the most successful horror franchises the industry has seen over the last few decades. The first film, directed by Oren Peli for a reported budget… more

Wanna Know What ORPHAN BLACK Has In Store for Its Non-Clones?

So, we all have a general (read: vague) idea what’s ahead for the clones of Orphan Black, but the BBC America show has remained mum on the lives of its… more
 

SILICON VALLEY: Watch the First Episode For Free

Season One of Silicon Valley, the new half-hour comedy from Office Space and King of the Hill creator Mike Judge, premiered last night on HBO, but you can watch the… more

Seth Green, Matt Senreich and Geoff Johns Preview ROBOT CHICKEN’s DC Comics Special II and Season 7

Before Robot Chicken enters its seventh season on Adult Swim, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise will air this weekend, this time around focusing on the villains…. more

Interview: J. August Richards Talks AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. and Becoming Deathlok

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been keeping viewers on their toes. The most recent episode, “End of the Beginning,” introduced a harsh betrayal and turned… more
 

Nerdist Talks to Alfred Molina About the ROBOT CHICKEN DC Comics Special II

Alfred Molina is awesome. Just take a look at his IMDb page: It has everything from Raiders of the Lost Ark to Maverick to Boogie Nights to Chocolat and Spider-Man… more

Nerdist News Exclusive: Jessica Chobot Interviews CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely

You and the Captain make it happen, but who makes Steve Rogers come to life on the big screen? Well, before Chris Evans gets to handsome it up on screen… more

Nerdist News: CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER’s Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and Anthony and Joe Russo

As if the anticipation for Captain America: The Winter Soldier wasn’t intense enough, Nerdist News’ Dan Casey was able to sit down with stars Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, and… more
 

CEO Jon Goldwater on the Future of Archie Comics

Though it may seem like Marvel and DC are dominating comic book store shelves and the cultural zeitgist, there are plenty of long-running competitors vying for a slice of the… more

Exclusive: Tony Moore and Rick Remender Talk FEAR AGENT’s Future Beyond Comics with MST3K’s Dr. Forrester

Fear Agent co-creators Rick Remender (he’s the writer) and Tony Moore (he’s the artist) series is an unlikely – and often thrilling – mix of influences. Pitting space-bound exterminator, drunk… more

Interview: Gavin McInnes on HOW TO BE A MAN, Fatherhood, and Terrible Advice

Not to be confused with the Steve Harvey book-turned-movie Think Like a Man, the new film How to Be a Man stars Gavin McInnes as Mark McCarthy, a former comedian… more
 

A Talk With ANCHORMAN 2 Star David Koechner

David Koechner is best known as Champ Kind, the lovable, misguided, socially inappropriate member of the Channel 4 news team in the Anchorman movies. In honor of the Blu-ray release… more

Adrienne Palicki Is A Badass FROM DUSK TILL DAWN

From a one-time Wonder Woman to gung ho trooper, Adrienne Palicki is developing quite the nerd-friendly resumé. Padding that resumé recently, Palicki joined the cast as Seth Gecko’s hard nosed… more

Ryan Hansen Talks VERONICA MARS & PARTY DOWN

In an earlier piece on Veronica Mars, I described Dick Casablancas as “the guy you love to hate.” A few readers took offense to this, while others appear to vehemently… more