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  1. Deadpool Animation Confirmed As Movie Test Footage, Higher-Res Clip Released [VIDEO]

    Even richer Corinthian leather!

    Yesterday we posted a clip that may or may not have been test footage from a possible Deadpool movie but was promptly taken down regardless. Lucky for anyone who enjoyed the animation's banter, Blur Studios, the company owned by maybe-Deadpool director Tim Miller, has confirmed that the clip was leaked from eight minutes of test footage. Blur Studios released a higher-resolution version of the animation for our enjoyment--hopefully there's more to come.

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  2. Speaking of Walkers: A Study of the Slang Our Heroes Call Their Villains

    Walker, Geek, Lamebrain, or Biter?

    Firefly had Reavers, Lost had the Others, Terra Nova had Sixers, V had Visitors, The 100 has Grounders, and Falling Skies has Skitters/Cooties. Slang terms for the enemy probably go back to the time of cave paintings, when early humans painted their enemies with vestigial tails. Television has no shortage of this brand of slang. Particularly, when a show is taking its audience to an unfamiliar world—as in fantasy or science fiction—it’s important to i

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  3. Sharknado’s Studio Is Releasing An Expendables-Type Movie With All-Female Leads [VIDEO]

    But will there be at least one scene where two women talk about more than sharks?

    Yes, if I could hand-pick the production company I'd most like to see do an Expendables-style movie with an all-female cast, it wouldn't be the studio responsible for Sharknado 2, Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark or Nazis at the Center of the Earth. But let's not look a gift movie in the mouth.

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  4. Our WeLoveFine Design Contest is Now Open for Fan Rating!

    Let us know what shirts you want!

    The bad news is that the deadline for art submissions in our WeLoveFine contest is over. The good news is that you can now vote on which designs you like best!

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  5. Dorkly Suggests the “Simplest” Way to End the Batman v Superman Debate

    No Kryptonite required.

    Yeah, sure, the solution proposed in this Dorkly comic sort of works. But really, Superman's only treating the symptom and not the disease. What's gonna happen when somebody else tragically resorts to a life of crime on the mean streets of Gotham and goes after the Wayne family, Clark? You gonna go back in time and fix the extreme social disparities made possible by flagrant abuse of a capitalist system, too?

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Mirror Art Takes Selfies to a New Level by Way of Doodled Warp Zone

    It's-a Mirrorsme!

    Ah, the bathroom mirror selfie. We meet again. This time, though, Mirrorsme has taken the much reviled method of self portrait and actually made it pretty awesome by drawing herself into scenes from games, movies, and other fun locations. Avoid all the "Mirror Selfie as Art" think pieces and just look at her awesome doodles.

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  7. The CW Casts DC Comics’ Wildcat For Season 3 of Arrow

    Get ready to sweat!

    Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed during SDCC that the show's third season would feature the arrival of Ted Grant, alias Wildcat, a Justice Society of America member and a trainer for heroes in the DC comics--and with next season's October premiere date rapidly approaching, we now know who will play the man behind the myths.

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  8. These 8-Bit-Inspired Paintings of Famous Works of Art and Pop Culture Icons Are Anything But Square

    Cube-ular!

    Adam Lister's 8-bit-inspired repaintings of famous works of art and pop culture icons will satisfy both your highbrow and lowbrow tendencies.

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  9. Okay, But Why Aren’t We All Talking About How George Takei Lip Synced To “Let It Go?”

    Of course, it's not like he cares what we're going to say. Ehh? Ehhhhh?

    I know we all have busy lives and we're still more or less trying to recover from Comic-Con, but this video has been out for, like, two months. Why aren't we talking about it constantly?

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  10. Two-Headed Turtle “Thelma and Louise” Dies at San Antonio Zoo After Living More Than a Year

    We'll miss you, little friend.

    Thelma and Louise was a bicephalic (two-headed) turtle born at the San Antonio Zoo in Texas, but sadly the zoo has just announced through the turtle's official Facebook page that she has died.

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