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  1. Orphan Black #CloneClub: “The Weight of This Combination”

    The sestras are getting some bros.

    'Sup, Clone Club?! Orphan Black is back! And I have the honor of satisfying all your recapping/reviewing needs. WELCOME TO SEASON THREE! ***SPOILERS AHOY***

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  2. *Wheeze*: Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Trailer Has Plenty Of Darth Vader

    Plus more returning Clone Wars characters!

    At the Star Wars Rebels panel at this year's Star Wars Celebration, the crew behind the animated series shared a glimpse into the new season with a neat new trailer. Possible spoilers follow if you haven't finished season one (go do that now)!

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Jurassic World‘s Mosasaurus Doesn’t Like Shark Week

    Da na naaaa naa naa na na naaaaaaa.

    Universal Studios just released a brand new Jurassic World poster, and it is the COOLEST. Also super adorable, let's be honest. I mean... aww, just look at the dino with its lil flippers and oh no it's coming this way RUN.

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  4. Twitter Expands On Its New Anti-Harassment Policies And Practices

    It'll totally stick this time, y'all. Right?

    Vijaya Gadde, Twitter's general counsel, took to The Washington Post this week to expand on the social media giant's shift towards protecting its users from harassment and abuse.

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  5. Break It Down: Cast Of Orphan Black Explain The Show In 30 Seconds

    "We're a show about clones." Great start.

    In a video for Entertainment Weekly, the cast of Orphan Black tried their best to explain the entire show in just 30 seconds. That's totally long enough to explain two entire seasons of intrigue, conspiracy, clone fighting, and drama... right?

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  6. New Attack on Titan Movie Trailer Has Us Hungry For More

    Nom.

    A new Attack on Titan trailer surfaced on YouTube this week, providing an exciting new peek over the wall at the movie and its striking visual style.

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  7. Bill Pullman Will Once Again Be Fighting For Your Freedom In The Independence Day Sequel

    They're launching the biggest aerial attack on nostalgia in the history of mankind.

    On Friday morning, Independence Day director Roland Emmerich, announced on Twitter that Bill Pullman is officially on board to star in the movie's sequel, ID Forever Part I. Perhaps even more stunning is that Judd Hirsch is also returning to the cast, cause somebody's got to carry the victory dance cigars, right?

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  8. Weekend Getaway: Famaze

    Featuring games you can finish in one weekend!

    There are few things more satisfying than exploring a dungeon. There’s just something about delving into musty and mysterious caves, smashing goblin faces and looting treasure chests that has been putting smiles on our faces for decades.

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  9. Project Title For Peer Review: Canine-Human Hybrids Specialized for Military Tracking

    A Grant Review Summary Statement for Jupiter Ascending.

    In the real world, peer review determines whether scientists receive funding or publish their work in scientific journals. Without positive evaluations from the members of a grant review board, a scientist won’t be able to science for very long, because she’ll be out of money when her grant proposal isn’t funded. In the fictional world, there are a lot of scientists who are shockingly bad at science. If only their grant proposals had been reviewed by a panel of qualified scientists…

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  10. BREAKING: Batman v Superman Trailer Released – For Real This Time!

    Fever...rage....lots of brooding...

    Well, after being leaked yesterday, Warner Bros. has finally officially released the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice now that we've all already seen it. But now, you can see it officially.

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  11. Things We Saw Today: What “Beyoncé Voters” Really Want From the Government

    1. To stop being called "Beyonce Voters," I'd guess.

    Despite what willfully ignorant political pundits would have you believe, all the single ladies want the same things out of government as everyone else. (via Mic on Facebook)

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  12. Holy Tesseract, You Can Now Read a Never-Before-Seen Passage From A Wrinkle in Time

    This seems fitting.

    Madeleine L'Engle's granddaughter Charlotte Jones Voiklis manages her late grandmother's estate full-time, and discovered a game-changing piece of text several years ago while doing research for A Wrinkle in Time's fiftieth anniversary edition.

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  13. The Mary Sue’s Fave Comments of the Week: Belle Shall Not Pass

    There goes the balrog with his tray like always

    Another week has come and gone, but not without some inevitable suggestions for Beauty and the Beast/Lord of the Rings mashups on our post about Ian Mckellen's role as Cogsworth.

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  14. The Mary Sue Interview: Bitten Returns To Bewitch You In Its Second Season

    Bitten returns to Syfy tonight for its second season, but it's not all sexy werewolves this time around. Now Elena and the Pack have something a little more serious to deal with - a mysterious and potentially malefic coven of witches.

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  15. The Mary Sue Interview: Greg Weisman on His YA Adventure Kickstarter, Rain of the Ghosts

    Greg Weisman is probably best known for his television work, producing amazing animated shows like Gargoyles, Spectacular Spider-Man, Young Justice and Star Wars Rebels. In the last couple years, Weisman has released two YA adventure/paranormal novels: Rain of the Ghosts and Spirits of Ash and Foam. Both books are about Rain Cacique, a thirteen year old girl living in the Caribbean who has the ability to see ghosts.

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  16. The New Star Wars Battlefront Trailer Looks Unbelievably Good

    2 for 2 on Star Wars trailers this week.

    The Star Wars Battlefront trailer revealed at Star Wars Celebration today looks amazing. Literally. The game-engine visuals for the upcoming multiplayer shooter are unbelievable.

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  17. The Mary Sue Interview: Daredevil‘s Deborah Ann Woll Speaks For Us, Says We Need More Strong Ladies Repping Marvel & DC

    Karen Page-ing more great female characters!

    It’s been quite the week for women in the superhero realm. Not only did we lose Michelle MacLaren, our original director for Wonder Woman (sigh), but we also gained a new one in Patty Jenkins (yay!). But just because we got our way in the end (props to DC for keeping with a promising lady director and not going with some less-than-wonderful male name!) doesn’t mean we shouldn’t stop campaigning for more gender equality within the genre. Just ask Karen Page.

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  18. Jenkins’ Wonder Woman to Be “Character-Driven”; But Aren’t All Good Films?

    Is "character-driven" code for "women's movie?"

    We were thrilled that despite the sudden departure of Michelle MacLaren from Warner Bros's Wonder Woman, that they quickly filled the director slot with another talented female director, Patty Jenkins. However, as word of what was actually behind the "creative differences" between Warner Bros and MacLaren has been released by industry insiders, I was left with mixed feelings about the project.

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  19. Steven Universe Recap: “Shirt Club”

    In which this whole “airing episodes out of order” thing finally feels noticeable.

    Alright, turns out we had one more episode pushed back by the Steven Bomb (I think, according to Matt Burnett’s post – Google lists the next two episodes as being waylaid season 1 episodes as well, but let’s take that with a grain of salt). And while “Open Book” and “Story for Steven” straddled a line of “would’ve flowed really well here but work well as stand-alones,” today’s episode is pretty substantively hurt by where it ended up.

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  20. Raise Your Vikings Voices for “Breaking Point”

    What did you guys think of last night's Vikings? Sound off in the comments below!

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