Here we go, ladies and gays. We’re about to hit 40 straight weeks of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and it's coming earlier than we thought this year. It’ll be hard to pick the Heathers from the Boogers this season, but we’ve ranked the returning queens from least likely to most likely to snatch the crown!
Animation has never been more popular on YouTube. From educational videos like Kurzgesagt to independent animations like Confinement, animation has become more diverse and common on the video-sharing website in the past few years.
Picture this: survivors facing the threat of an exploding island and dinosaurs trying to eat them. Then the focus shifts to survivors trapped in a suffocating, antique mansion where deadly creatures from a secret, underground lab are hunting them down.
Does this sound familiar to you? Maybe you’ve played two very specific, fan-favorite Capcom games on the Playstation One. Or maybe you’ve seen Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom
After crowd-stopping performances and gag-worthy runway looks from crowned queens—from Bebe Zahara Benet to Sasha Velour—the tenth in line to join Ru in her drag-pantheon will have to be the best of the best. We’ve ranked the top four of the season on who would be the most ideal candidate for America’s Next Drag Superstar.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica, or Madoka Magica for short, and Yuki Yuna is a Hero are both 12-episode series about groups of middle school girls given the opportunity to gain magical powers. They both look like your typical, light-hearted and magical anime – but as they progress, their plots become more twisted, and the challenges faced by the main characters become more difficult to handle.
Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap breaks you of what you know about platforming. The way you think you’re supposed to be going is the wrong way, and the way you were taught to avoid is the right way to go. Confusing, huh?
Celeste perfectly channels the game medium to create an enriching experience, despite not being especially nuanced and with a story that doesn’t seem completely original, but through its fusion of elements creates a wholly unique experience.
After the first Broadway show of Hamilton in August of 2015, the musical phenomenon swept the nation. People are still eager to get their hands on tickets, and catching the show at the Richard Rodgers Theater in New York still costs anywhere between $500 and $3800. However, not every original Broadway cast can stay performing the same show forever, and the original cast of Hamilton has moved on with other opportunities. Here's what they're up to now: