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  1. Maisie Williams, Funkadelic Vader, And Zombie Teletubbies: Dorkly Rounds Up The 45 Best Cosplays Of SDCC

    The Emperor is not as groovy as I am.

    This is the Elvis Fett cosplay you are looking for. You can find the rest of the list (including Maisie Williams' friendly neighborhood get-up) over on Dorkly.

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  2. Read Tom Hiddleston’s Emotional Letter To Joss Whedon Thanking Him For The Avengers

    Warm fuzzies: assemble!

    Joss Whedon: The Biography comes out this Friday, and that's great news for Whedonites and fans of Tom Hiddleston alike (not me. nope. British accent, self-effacing, rakish smile? Definitely not my type). Here in an excerpt from the upcoming biography is an e-mail exchange between Hiddleston and Whedon following the completion of the first Avengers draft.

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  3. New Goosebumps-Inducing Interstellar Trailer Employs Shameless Use Of Dylan Thomas

    Okay. You have my attention.

    I don't know if I'm a sucker for grandiosity or space porn or what, but this latest trailer for Interstellar has done it for me. Shut up and take my money, Nolan; you had me at "do not go gently."

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  4. Today In Unattainable Beauty Standards: Do Chickens Think I’m Pretty?

    I'd settle for "cute in the right light," chickens.

    Back in 2002, a group of scientists decided they wanted to usher in the new millennium by cracking one of civilization's greatest mysteries: what do chickens think of our big, beak-less human faces?

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  5. Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Greatest Writing Is Now Available Online, Brace For The Collective Mic-Drop

    The ''b'' stands for bad-ass.

    Unsurprisingly, Hobby Lobby wasn't the first time in her legal career that Ginsburg has used her mighty pen to chastise infringements on freedom, and now American Way has compiled a collection of some of the Supreme Court Justice's greatest legal writing.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Josh Brolin Gets Cosmic In This Guardians of the Galaxy Thanos Fan Photoshop

    Just look at those brown eyes.

    Art Director Adrian Martinez created this intimidating Brolin/Thanos (Branos?) photoshop.

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  10. You Guys! You Can Watch The SDCC “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel In Its Entirety Right Here!

    Warning: may cause happy sighing and an interruption to your workday.

    Yesterday we posted a sampling of some of the best full panels from SDCC's Hall H now available on Youtube, but unfortunately a recording of the annual "Women Who Kick Ass Panel" was nowhere to be found. But awesome ladies and sharp-eyed Mary Sue readers, uh, find a way. Here are Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie discussing beauty standards, the depiction of women in media, and the amazing challenges of their unique jobs.

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