This is apparently a good year to be a nerd.
Spider-Man is coming home, and there’s a pro-life movie in development.
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Kiera Knightley made headlines recently for a bold move causing feminists and other groups against objectification of women to applaud her. No, she didn’t speak out about sexism in film, nor did she refuse to do a sexualized photoshoot. In fact, she posed for a topless photo.
Confused? Yeah. So am I.
Far from a black-and-white tarp-covered glimpse, we now know what the Batmobile looks like.
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a nerd movie update, so this time I’m combining it with some news going around from other movies. Not all of this will necessarily be news to everybody, but it’s still some pretty cool stuff.
If you’re a Harry Potter freak (guilty here), then you might have a good kind of freak-out moment: J.K. Rowling has written a new Harry Potter story.