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Jenna Busch


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Past articles by Jenna:

The Suicide Squad's R-rating is James Gunn flexing muscles he couldn't in a PG-13 Guardians movie

In case the name didn’t tip you off, please know that The Suicide Squad is definitely not for the kiddies. The film (which is not directly connected to the 2016 movie, despite some overlapping characters) comes out on Aug. 6, and SYFY WIRE spoke to the cast and crew on set about the R-rating and how it’s not just DC’s Guardians of the Galaxy. → Read More

Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins had to break up on-set Diana & Cheetah singalongs

Jenkins, along with Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, spoke with SYFY WIRE about the musical moments on set, ‘80s blockbuster nostalgia, and making sure that Kristen Wiig’s villain, Cheetah, was a fitting match for the hero. → Read More

From Amazon Olympics to Washington, D.C.: What we learned on the Wonder Woman 1984 set

From Amazon Olympics to Washington D.C., here's what SYFY FANGRRLS learned on the Wonder Woman 1984 set. → Read More

Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made cast talks CGI bears and imaginary friends

The hardboiled kid detective is on the case in the latest Disney+ original film — and he's brought his imaginary polar bear along for back-up. The new kid-friendly flick Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made premieres on Disney+ on February 7. After hitting the Sundance Film Festival this week, the cast and crew headed to the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood for the red carpet Thursday night. → Read More

Kristen Stewart is terrified of water, so why did she make 'Underwater'?

SYFY WIRE caught up with Kristen Stewart at the red carpet of Underwater as she chatted about plunging into the horror thriller. → Read More

How does Birds of Prey fit into the DCEU?

Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn opens in theaters early next year, and SYFY FANGRRLS took a visit to the film's Los Angeles set, where we spoke to director Cathy Yan and producers Sue Kroll and Bryan Unkeless. → Read More

Genre MVP: Inside Derek Mears' broken backs and Jason hockey masks

Genre fans have probably seen Derek Mears even if they don't recognize his face, which was notably hidden behind a hockey mask when he played Jason Voorhees in the 2009's Friday the 13th. The actor and stuntman is a sci-fi and horror mainstay, having also appeared in Predators, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, and Alita: Battle Angel. → Read More

The cast and crew of Runaways talk Season 3 and the Cloak & Dagger crossover

Marvel's Runaways is going to hit the ground, well, running, when it returns to Hulu on December 13, as the action is going to seriously ramp up (and there's even going to be a crossover episode with Cloak & Dagger. → Read More

How to maximize your terror at Universal Studios' Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights

From Ghostbusters to the Jabbawockees, here are the highlights from the 2019 Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios Hollywood! → Read More

Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips explain finding Joker's laugh and disturbing dance moves

In Joker, the new archvillain origin story film, Joaquin Phoenix's Arthur Fleck descend into darkness as he goes from clown-for-hire to the clown prince of crime. If you've been worried about whether or not this film is divorced from the comics, as director Todd Phillips promised it would be not long ago, you can rest easy. It's not. → Read More

Nerdy Jobs: Storyboard artist Doug Lefler creates what you see on the big screen

Before the stories you love end up on the big screen, storyboard artists take a script and translate the words into visual storytelling. → Read More

Call of Duty Operation Spectre Rising, Borderlands 3 and this week's Gamegrrl news

Call of Duty Operation Spectre Rising, Borderlands 3 and this week's gamegrrl news → Read More

The best deals on Xbox One and PS4 for the week ending May 5

From Star Wars Battlefront to 007 films, here are the best deals on Xbox One and PS4 for the week ending May 5. → Read More

WATCH: Katherine McNamara on the final episodes of Shadowhunters

While Katherine McNamara has made a big splash this season on Arrow, she's not quite done with the world of The Mortal Instruments. Last year, Freeform decided to cancel Shadowhunters after three seasons, though they also commissioned two additional episodes to wrap up the series. Now that the end of her time as Clary Fray is nearly here, McNamara gave SYFY WIRE a taste of what to expect in the… → Read More

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Alcatraz trailer and this week's Gamegrrl news

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Alcatraz trailer, a Borderlands 3 release date and all the Gamegrrl news for the week ending April 6, 2019. → Read More

WATCH: What we learned on the Shazam! red carpet

Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Mark Strong and more talk superheroes on the red carpet for Shazam! → Read More

Here's what we learned from the Mortal Kombat 11 beta

The Mortal Kombat 11 beta runs until April 1, and we got a chance to play the latest title in the classic fighting game franchise. → Read More

The unapologetic determination of Stardust's Lamia

For our latest Witchy Wednesday installment, we're taking time out to revisit the legacy of Lamia, the witch from the 2007 film Stardust directed by Matthew Vaughn, written by Vaughn and Jane Goldman, and based on the 1999 Neil Gaiman novel of the same name. → Read More

Here's what we learned from the big Apple Event

Here's what we learned from the big Apple Event about upcoming games and TV series. → Read More

Battle of the Planets, the show that introduced '70s kids in the US to Japanese animation

If you were a kid in the late '70s then you likely had Star Wars fever, meaning that anything space-related was a big deal in your life. You wanted the giant Millennium Falcon toy that nobody had enough money for. You pretended those metal structures at the playground were spaceships. You probably also watched Battle of the Planets. → Read More