It’s back on HBO Max. Nobody cares. Because moviegoers hate themselves.
Video game culture meets creepypasta posts and leaves you trapped within a liminal hellscape.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness erased the Scarlet Witch's growth in *WandaVision—*and retread a lot of the comic books' missteps.
In Sea of Tranquility, the Station Eleven author uses time travel and other sci-fi flourishes to ask older questions about how humans make meaning.
The Ukrainian president's actions in the face of the Russian invasion turned him into a hero online. But the Marvelization of political figures is dangerous.
Dressed in drag, Brazilian streamers are breaking stereotypes with a lot of humor and a dash of glitter.
The pandemic has drastically changed how LGBTQ organizations work to meet the needs of socially connected youth.
It’s been 25 years since the little device first hit store shelves, but its simple brilliance lives on in today’s most popular games.
For the star and showrunner, the real challenge with adapting the classic '90s anime was finding the essence of its iconic trio.
A citizen science project based in this MMO space opera has saved scientists almost 500 years of mind-numbing data crunching.
The game lets you build a new post-plague civilization in 14th-century England, and it’s been topping Steam charts—for good reason.
A combination of a high barrier to entry and outdated, misogynistic attitudes keep women out of a hobby where they could thrive.
While not perfect, it's a breezy action game that's unique—and a ton of fun.
The Amazon series Upload shows a comedic—and probably more realistic—version of what would happen if humans could live online after they die.
Technology is designed to conjure up warm, fond memories. But the anniversary of lockdown has brought on a period of mourning.
The human brain is fallible. Which is exactly what gives social deduction games their voltage.
From Hyrule to Hallownest, these are our absolute favorite video game escapes for the Switch and Switch Lite.
Few people could witness Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get sworn in in person. Instead, we watched (and tried to make sense of it all) online.
The show's third season jumps forward 1,000 years into the future. It helped the show not stay mired in old ideas.
Games like Hades take place, largely, in hell. What does that say about the players who happily retreat into the underworld?
It'll be a while before US theaters are back to full capacity. Offering the 'Wonder Woman' sequel on its streaming service is Warner Bros.' best option.
The attack comes just days after US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played the game in a wildly popular Twitch stream.
The game envisions a near future full of techno-dystopian surveillance, but it doesn't have much to say about the people it affects.
Players with disabilities and chronic illnesses haven't waited around for console manufacturers to look their way. Here's how far we've come—and how far we have to go.
D&D can look difficult to get into, but with the right tools and a community you can vibe with, it’s much easier than it looks.
Some are casting spells to “raise a mighty blue wave,” while other conjurers are employing pro-Trump countermagics.
You may not be able to hit up a costume party this year, but these flicks will help you enjoy the holiday just the same.
The star’s tone-def social media posts became a meme this week—a reminder that the extravagant lives of entertainers aren’t so entertaining anymore.
In his short story "Hell Creek," horror author Robert Cargill tackles one of the scariest ideas ever: an undead dino apocalypse.
On this week’s Get WIRED podcast, writer Arielle Pardes talks about the world of political TikTok.
So-called gacha mechanics are central to the blockbuster open-world RPG and many other games from China, Japan, and South Korea. But they've left US players smarting.
We all can learn to be better, more empathetic communicators—especially now that we’re all behind screens instead of in-person.
What does it mean when the notoriously oppressive Empire looks ... inclusive? The game raises new questions about tyranny in the galaxy—and at home.