In a recent Newsweek/Daily Beast interview, Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff mused about the possibility of television shows like his thrilling HBO fantasy series becoming more like video games.
Benioff wondered if someday we’d “merge television viewing and videogame playing, so you’re taking control of a certain character and making decisions for her.”
Is this a pipe dream, or a soon-to-be reality? If current industry trends are any indication, the final push towards fully interactive television may only be a matter of time.
Of course, the options for dance-y bars and clubs in Chicago are seemingly endless—Smart Bar, The Mid, Roscoe's, Studio Paris, Neo, Berlin, Spy Bar, Rainbo Club, Late Bar, Club Foot, The Shrine, Beauty Bar, etc.—and the crowds differ in personality from one neighborhood to the next.
Shortly after finishing the first American leg of her Mrs. Carter World Tour at Barclays Center in Brooklyn late Wednesday night, Beyoncé took to Instagram to post three pictures of her new blonde pixie cut.
Subsequent fan reaction, particularly on Twitter, was swift and divisive. News outlets from Time to USA Today ran stories describing Beyoncé's new 'do as "shocking" and "dramatic," as if the simple act of a woman changing her hairstyle was really so unbelievably groundbreaking that it deserved national attention. Seriously, why all of the hullabaloo?