The "Harry Potter" star explains why obsessive fandom sometimes isn't so magical.
Two decades later, Episode I is still a driving Force behind the blockbusters and overzealous fandoms of today.
Mental health experts explain the sense of loss many fans feel.
A podcast about true crime birthed one of the most obsessive fandoms on the internet. And then parts of that fandom left the podcast behind.
Do you ever feel like you’re friends with celebrities you don’t know? You're not alone.
But what's really going on?
Here are five things I have learned from Idina's fans: 3. I finally feel like I belong. All my life, I have searched for
It was announced last week that iconic character Mary Jane Watson (occasional girlfriend of Spiderman) was going to be played
In the midst of the seemingly endless barrage of BS we're dealing with in society at large, fandom has always served as a much needed respit for me. Like everything else, it's a microcosm of the larger world so I'm not naive to its problems.
In a climate where young queer fans are struggling to find safe spaces both on screen and in real life, many are building their own community and creating their own media that can make up for the lack of diverse queer characters on TV and in film.