Happy March, FANGRRLS fans. It’s Captain Marvel’s world and we just live in it. We’ve spent all week reveling in the joys of Carol Danvers, fresh faced Nick Fury and our new glorious leader, Goose the cat. Then we got the new trailer for Avengers: Endgame, with some full on stare-downs between Carol and Thor which, depending on who you are, either set off your shipper brain or made you wonder if she was trying to get Valkyrie’s phone number. We support both options. For now, here are the top ten most read posts on SYFY FANGRRLS from the past seven days.
Before she was saving the universe as Captain Marvel and establishing herself as one of the best actresses of her generation, Brie Larson was a teen pop star, and not gonna lie, some of her tunes are pretty solid.
Our own editor-in-chief Cher Martinetti sat down for an interview with Rosa Salazer, star of Alita: Battle Angel, and they talked about everything, from working in the industry to difficult upbringings to representation in the industry.
“Cock-a-roach.” We will never get sick of it. Bless you, Natasha.
There were many revelations in the Avengers: Endgame trailer, but the main one is the reassurance that not even Thanos could obliterate the hairstylists of Earth or stop Hawkeye from adopting that mohawk.
Even in the magical and futuristic worlds of Netflix’s Maniac, The Umbrella Academy and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, there’s no room for the iPhone. Emma Fraser looks at why so much speculative fiction lets modern technology take a back-seat.
Captain Marvel also introduced Doctor Minerva to audiences, but for those unfamiliar with her backstory, Sara Century offers a primer to her comic book history.
Disney have been big on live-action remakes lately, but critics remain skeptical about their creative merit. Clare McBride speaks up in defense of Maleficent and how its re-imagining of Sleeping Beauty makes it the stand-out of this crop fo remakes.
Faith, the rogue Slayer who almost beat Buffy at her own game, holds a special place in our hearts. S.E. Fleenor shares their binge-guide for Faith’s best moments.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula has had its fair share of very strange adaptations over the decades. Kayleigh Donaldson (that’s me) looks at some of the best ones, some of the worst ones, and some of the really bonkers ones.
The DC animated film The Reign of the Supermen revives Clark Kent and turns him into a total SZaddy: A Super Zaddy. The Fabio of the Justice League.