Starz’s Magic City is coming back — as a movie.
The film, which will be penned and directed by creator Mitch Glazer, is set to bring back much of the original cast — including star Jeffrey Dean Morgan — of the TV series, which concluded in 2013. The twist? Magic City the movie will also feature some new characters, played by Bill Murray and Bruce Willis
“Mitch is a fantastic creative partner, and we’re thrilled to collaborate with him again,” said…
SAN FRANCISCO — The city had largely regained equilibrium by its morning commute Thursday, after going completely bonkers on Wednesday night
San Francisco’s beloved Giants won the World Series in a nail-biter of a Game 7, its third win in five years. At Civic Center plaza this morning, scene of the official watch party, remnants of the night’s revelry remained
Crews were breaking down the giant projection screen and fans hustling to work were lingering to snap images of the giant victory…
The San Francisco Giants won the World Series in an exhilarating Game 7 to close out an exciting, back-and-forth series
As has been the case this entire World Series — nay, this entire postseason — Madison Bumgarner was the hero
The Giants scored two runs in the second inning for an early Game 7 lead, but the Royals stormed back in their half of the inning to tie the game and force Giants manager Bruce Bochy to pull 39-year-old…
Talk about #TrueDetectiveSeason2! Talk about a match made in bizarro heaven! Talk about a World Series subplot!
For the second straight night, Bay Area rapper E-40 and notorious rich-guy/jet-setter/baseball fan Marlins Man are seated but feet apart behind home plate at the World Series in Kansas City. It is magical and it is intriguing and it raises so many questions amid the more baseball-related matters of Game 7.
One billion points to Gryffindor!
Daniel Radcliffe stopped by The Tonight Show Tuesday, to promote his new film Horns, and proved he’s a wizard with a mic by flawlessly rapping the riddikulus tongue-twisters in Blackalicious’ 1999 hit “Alphabet Aerobics.”
Sorry Voldemort, looks like Harry Potter is the master of the Deathly Hallows and rapping flow
BONUS: The Entire ‘Harry Potter’ Series in 2 Minutes
SAN FRANCISCO — The World Series is a magical spectacle, as this weekend in the City by the Bay made plain for all to see over a Friday-Saturday-Sunday slate of games between the hometown Giants and visiting Kansas City Royals
We saw a gifted young pitcher cement his status as a postseason legend. We saw the majesty of MLB‘s signature showcase contrasted with unspeakable tragedy. We saw the Giants drop Game 3 at home on Friday night, then surge back to win the following two days, take a 3-2…
Game of Thrones scribe George R.R. Martin, known to millions of fans as GRRM, publishes his first new Westeros-based book since 2011′s Dance with Dragons Tuesday. Unfortunately, it’s not Winds of Winter, the next in the Song of Ice and Fire series, but it is the best-looking alternative
Stuffed with rich images and essays on the history of Westeros, it’s called A World of Ice and Fire, and it has the unusual distinction of becoming the #1 best-selling book on Amazon before it even…
Did you hear? Taylor Swift loves New York.
In fact, she loves it so much she wrote a song about it on her new album 1989, which debuted on Monday. And although Swift only moved to the city earlier this year, she is already the “Global Welcome Ambassador” for the Big Apple.
NYCgo.com, the “official guide to New York City,” published a series of videos with Swift extolling the virtues of the the city,…
Technology is one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy. In fact, there’s a talent shortage in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields, which means that of the predicted 1.4 million STEM jobs that will be available by 2020, there will be a shortage of talent for about 1 million positions — or 70%.
Millennials have proactively — and pragmatically — sought experiences that will make them leaders…
Between the first games of the World Series and the rollout of iOS 8.1, which finally makes Apple Pay available, you may have missed some of this week’s best new apps.
Luckily, each weekend, Mashable rounds up our favorite new and updated apps so you won’t miss out.
This week’s list includes Hipstamatic’s newest app for (really) retro-looking photos, Google’s new email app and an app for collaborative six-second looping videos.
Check out the…