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Ladies and Gentlemen, The Writers Guild of America Nominations

Tis the season for nominations across the numerous guilds and organizations to recognize the best in film and television achievement during the past year, and now we have the Writers Guild of America’s (WGA) list of nominees. For Drama Series: The Americans Better Call Saul The Crown The Handmaid’s Tale Succession For Comedy Series: Atlanta […]

Len Wein

Len Wein To Receive WGA Award With Tributes From Hugh Jackman And Neil Gaiman

It’s been a little over two months now since the comic world lost iconic writer Len Wein. The co-creator of both Marvel’s Wolverine and DC’s Swamp Thing, Wein has worked on all the biggest properties including Batman, Spider-Man, Superman, Thor, Daredevil, and the Justice League, as well as being the editor on the industry-changing Watchmen […]



Rise Of The Tomb Raider Wins Writer’s Guild Award

Each year, The Writers Guild of America dip their toes into the world of video games, and awards a winner. It’s always been a weird one, only really rewarding huge games and passing over smaller offerings. But hey, it’s the mainstream trying to engage, so I encourage it. The award for best writing in a […]

Assassin’s Creed, Alien: Isolation And The Last Of Us Up For WGA Award

Consistently in gaming, one of the strangest nomination lists each year comes from one of the most prestigious organisations in entertainment. Did you know that the Writer’s Guild of America hand out awards for writing in video games? Well, they do and it is usually an odd affair. This is because in order to be considered, […]


Dwayne McDuffie, Write-In Candidate For Writers Guild Awards

Members of the Writers Guild of America Animation Writers Caucus are being asked to write in the name of Dwayne McDuffie in the Lifetime Achievement section of the Writers Guild Awards. The creator of Static Shock, the revamper of Ben 10 into Ben 10 Alien Force, and writer and producer on cartoons such as All […]

Who Really Wrote X-Men: First Class?

When you go and see X-Men: First Class (and do go and see X-Men: First Class, it’s superb) you’ll see a whole raft of writing credits in the opening titles. There’s been some real controversy about some of these names, and when Bleeding Cool recently got a chance to speak with four of the individuals […]