Last night’s episode was all about Virginia, which means Bill tried to make it all about him. The post Masters of Sex GIF and a Graf: Three’s a Crowd appeared first on WIRED.
The Smithsonian wants to conserve, digitize, and display the spacesuit Neil Armstrong wore on the moon. The post The Smithsonian Takes to Kickstarter to Protect a Spacesuit appeared first on WIRED.
Gawker Media executive editor Tommy Craggs and Gawker site editor-in-chief Max Read called the decision to pull the post an unacceptable violation of the divide between Gawker’s business and editorial operations. The post Top Gawker Editors Resign After Controversial Story Pulled appeared first on WIRED.
Here’s a surprising mix for you: Director Bobcat Goldthwait tells the story of comedian Barry Crimmins. The post The New Documentary Trailer: Call Me Lucky appeared first on WIRED.
The highlight of the last week’s movie trailers? The re-teaming of Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell. The post This Week in Trailers: Jennifer Lawrence Has a Shotgun appeared first on WIRED.
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