The actor/author was disappointed by the sexism and insensitivity of his 2004 memoir ‘Just a Geek,’ so he decided to revise it. He talks to MEL about getting a do-over, living with the anger of how his parents mistreated him and why he still stands with Chris Hardwick
The disgraced filmmaker made his name telling stories about flawed heroes. A new ‘Vulture’ profile suggests that he sees himself as one, too
The brain of a D&D shut-in and the physique of Superman somehow combined to unlock success beyond the average nerd’s wildest dreams
There’s been a massive shift: Geeks are no longer the underdogs, and jocks are no longer the jerks. What’s a dorky dad to do?