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Kelly Marie Tran opens up about social media absence in powerful NY Times essay

Star Wars: The Last Jedi's Kelly Marie Tran has spoken out publicly for the first time since she disappeared from social media in June. Many blamed Tran's exit from Instagram on internet trolls who had showered her with hateful messages following
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Chris Hardwick's bad statement got people talking about toxic nerd culture

"As a husband, a son, and future father, I do not condone any kind of mistreatment of women." On Friday night, entertainer and geek "hero" Chris Hardwick responded to Chloe Dykstra's allegations that he sexually assaulted her and engaged in other
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Leslie Jones offers Kelly Marie Tran some advice for dealing with internet trolls

Actress Leslie Jones is basically a pro at dealing with internet trolls.  Back in 2016, Jones was viciously attacked on the internet in connection with the release of the Ghostbusters rebootHer website was hacked, alleged nude photos of her
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John Boyega tweets about 'Star Wars' fan harassment, Mark Hamill wades in

John Boyega and Mark Hamill aren't just forces for good in the Star Wars universe, you know. They're also pretty great on Twitter. SEE ALSO: Mark Hamill dropped the best truth about his 'Star Wars' mom, Natalie Portman, on Twitter This time it
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'Last Jedi' director strikes back at Star Wars 'manbabies'

It is a period of civil war in Star Wars fandom.  We're nearly seven months on from the release of The Last Jedi, and a certain very vocal minority of fans — you know, the kind who think a film can ruin their childhood — just can't
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BB8 was hands-down the best presenter at the 2018 Oscars

And the Oscar for Best Presenter goes to...the quiet but memorable BB8.  On Sunday, tiny robot BB8, the undisputed star (ha) of the Star Wars franchise, took the stage at the  2018 Oscars to present the awards for Best Animated Short Film
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Watch Funny Or Die's uncomfortable #MeToo PSA starring Evan Rachel Wood

Funny Or Die has released a #MeToo-inspired PSA, that's intensely uncomfortable. Starring Westworld's Evan Rachel Wood, Star Wars: The Last Jedi's Kelly Marie Tran, Tony nominee Da'Vine Joy Randolph, and a voice-over from Orphan Black's Tatiana