Catrina is a writer, host, and storyteller who thrives on sci-fi theories and nerdy trivia nights. Along with her work for Inverse, Catrina is a blogger for StarWars.com and has been published in Birth.Movies.Death's monthly magazine. In her spare time, Catrina hosts a number of podcasts, including 'Woman Up!' with Lootcrate's Sarah Rodriguez.
James Gunn on Zendaya's Possible Casting as Mary-Jane Watson
Does everyone have enough fanboy salt for their fries now?
J.K. Rowling Really, Really Likes Field Hockey
Rowling's hilarious Olympic live-tweets revealed a different side of the author.
Weaker Gravity Changes Pole Vaulting Challenges Based on Location
How the centrifugal force of the earth and other factors may have affected pole vaulting results in Rio.
Olympic Pool Currents Gave Some Swimmers an Illegal Advantage
Scientists warned of the problems as far back as three years ago.
The Butt-Shaped Airlander 10 Takes Its Maiden Flight
After months of anticipation, the Airlander 10 lifted off for its first flight.
The U.S. Military's Most Advanced Fighter Jet Gets Grounded by Bees
The power of teamwork in action.
The Era of 'Pokemon' Go Cheat Bots is Over
It was fun while it lasted.
Watch 100,000 Cargo Ships Move Around the Earth in Real Time
Worldwide pollution in one picture.
Nuclear Bombs Helped Discover 400 Year Old Sharks
These sharks have seen some stuff.
Leslie Jones Slayed Her First Day at the Rio Olympics
Leslie Jones arrived in Rio and immediately got to work.
Michael Phelps Pees in the Pool but Science Still Says That's Gross
Sweat and pee are just a part of the life.
The Government Has Arrested Kickass Torrents' Founder for Copyright Infringement
The popular torrent site is under heavy fire from the Feds.
Rascally Capybaras are All over the Olympic Golf Course
We should let them play instead.
CBS's New 'Star Trek: Discovery' Will Feature a Female Lead
Because it's 'Star Trek', and it's 2016.
Who Is Steve, the Trump Tower Climber From Virginia?
A simple man with a stories-high plan did something big today in NYC.
Sony's Next Playstation Conference Is On September 7th
The event will be held at the Playstation Theatre in New York City.
Changing Your Password Frequently Might Not Be That Smart
An FTC technologist says that changing your password all the time actually makes you less safe.
SpaceX May Send a Used Rocket Back to Space by the End of the Year
Today, SpaceX's Gwynne Shotwell confirmed the existence of a major company goal.
The Australian 'Jedi Religion' Is Messing up the Census
Who's the more foolish, the fool, or the fool who marks himself as a Jedi on the census?
What Delta's Huge Power Outage Could Mean for Air Travel
With over six hours of delay, the airline may be in jeopardy.