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    Rebecca Pahle is an entertainment journalist/film nerd who hails from the BBQ-obsessed state of North Carolina and currently lives in New York City. She's an associate editor at The Mary Sue and regular contributing writer for Pajiba (www.pajiba.com); misc personal bloggages about film and TV can be read at her personal site, Cinefeels (www.cinefeels.com).

  1. Twin Peaks/Muppets Mashup Art, Because You’re Not Freaked Out Enough Right Now

    NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

    Maybe it's just that it's late Friday afternoon and I'm in something of a San Diego Comic-Con-induced fugue state, but these Twin Peaks/Muppet illustrations by Justin DeVine are doing really messed-up things to my head. Though the felt of future past. The puppeteer longs to see. One sings out between two worlds. Fire flail with me.

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  2. “I MADE THAT CAPE OF DICKS AND NOW IT IS ON THE MARY SUE”: The Mary Sue’s Favorite Comments of the Week

    Perhaps the best sentence ever typed in the English language.

    This week in our favorite comments: A The Little Mermaid singalong, Clippy invading 50 Shades of Grey, Pedro Pascal, Hawkguy, the legendary Cape of Dicks, and more.

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  3. Stop What You’re Doing And Watch This Game of Thrones Blooper Reel Right Now

    “I’m a Khaleesi, not a Queen. F*ck’s sake, mate!”

    First SDCC gave us a Hannibal blooper reel, and now we get Game of Thrones. All the actors on your favorite srs bsns shows are goofballs.

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  4. Joss Whedon: “There Are Four Prominent Female Roles” In Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Leaving this here.

    "There are four prominent female roles in the center of the movie, and a more balanced presence throughout the movie. But, you know, the guys are all there. There are more of them too. Hopefully it will satisfy everybody. I’m not trying to fulfill an agenda, but I’m interested in men and women. I’m interested in grown-ups who act like children and dress like clowns and punch each other."—Joss Whedon, speaking at the Guardians of the Galaxy premiere about Age of Ultron.

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  5. Karen Gillan and Game of Thrones‘ Kit Harington Are Going To Be In An HBO Sports Mockumentary Together

    With bonus Andy Samberg!

    File this under Relevant to our Interests: Amy Pond and Jon Snow are going to play childhood friends in HBO’s 7 Days In Hell. And Amy makes a sex tape with Jake Peralta from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. And Clara from Back to the Future Part III is there. It's a maaaaadhouse!

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  6. 50 Female-Directed Movies You Should Watch, Part 5: Reader Recommendations

    So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu.

    It's been a fun ride, but our series on female-directed movies must come to an end. This final entry is for you, our readers, to share some of your favorite female-directed movies.

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  7. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 1

    Dany looks different...

    What went down on day one of Comic-Con? George RR Martin getting his Daenerys Targaryen on! Benedict Cumberbatch trolling the assembled masses about Doctor Strange! Tatiana Maslany as Shaun (of the Dead)! And mulleted Peter Dinklage welcoming us to the electric dreams factory, suckers.

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  8. FYI: Vin Diesel Wore Stilts And An “I Am Groot” Shirt to the GotG London Premiere

    My affection for him is unstilted.

    We have other pics from the London Guaridians of the Galaxy premiere, too–James Gunn with a Raccoon! Mark Hamill with what can only be assumed is his Star Wars: Episode VII beard!—but I know Important Things when I see them, and Vin Diesel wearing an "I Am Groot" shirt and stilts on the (blue) red carpet is an Important Thing.

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  9. Here’s Our First Look at Frozen‘s Elsa In Once Upon a Time

    "Nice Wig, Elsa. What it's made of?" "YOUR MOM'S CHEST HAIR."

    Yup. That's Elsa alright. Elsa as played by Georgina Haig in the season four premiere "A Tale of Two Sisters," to be precise. Her dress looks a little Party City to me; maybe Once should hire a cosplayer or two for their costume department.

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  10. What You’re Missing at SDCC: Sideshow Collectibles

    Everybody go buy a lottery ticket.

    Be glad you're not at SDCC to see the Sideshow Collectible booth your very own self. You might start drooling, and that's never attractive.

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