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  1. The Script For Fantastic Beasts Is Done And It Is “Wonderful”

    Hippogriffs and pygmy puffs for everyone!

    Like we were expecting anything less, though. Plus, Rowling makes plans to weigh some otters!

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  2. Emily Blunt Comments On Captain Marvel Rumors, Calls Them “Kind of Amazing”

    Disappointment?

    The rumors this weekend that Emily Blunt might have been cast to play Marvel's Carol Danvers in the upcoming Captain Marvel appear to be just that—rumors. Screencrush asked her about it over the weekend, and while the actress denied any involvement with the film, it seems like she's pretty into the idea now.

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  3. “It’s About Equality”: Natalie Dormer Talks About Feminism, Gets Everything Right

    This is why we love you.

    Interviews with Natalie Dormer are always worth a read, but any interview that ends up with her saying "I’m a feminist in the true sense of the word" is going to be that much more compelling for us. Plus, she also discusses Mockingjay and Game of Thrones! What more could we possibly want?

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  4. The Walking Dead Recap: “Crossed”

    GET IN THE HOUSE, FATHER GABRIEL!

    Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead marked the last regular episode of the year before the mid-season finale, airing on November 30th. Though this episode certainly had its moments, it felt like this week’s episode was mostly laying groundwork for next week’s finale. As always, spoiler alert for those not caught up on The Walking Dead.

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  5. They Don’t Call Her Beverly Crusher For Nothing In New Star Trek: The Next Generation Gag Reel

    Set a course for GETTING OFF MY FOOT PLEASE.

    Don't worry, I'm pretty sure Patrick Stewart's foot made it out okay. Wish I could say the same for the Enterprise crew member Jonathan Frakes chases down the hall in this Uproxx exclusive video for the Star Trek: TNG Season 7 blu-ray that comes out on December 2nd. Poor Tracy. She had to listen to so much trombone music.

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  6. [Updated] Here’s Where to See the Star Wars Episode VII Trailer That’s Definitely Coming Out This Week

    Just like Luke's shot, it's one in a million.

    After a weekend full of speculation that the world premiere of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer would drop just in time for Thanksgiving, Regal Cinemas confirmed the rumors (and then quickly deleted the tweet for some reason, but their website appears to still be up); if you live near one of their (very) select theaters, you might get the chance to see the trailer before anyone else does.

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  7. Monday Cute: Have a Squeaky Pug Loaf

    Woof! Woof! Woof!

    "Gosh, I know the doctor said I'm not supposed to wake up Princess Snugglebutt during her night terrors, but it's so odd watching her get upset like this. Plus, now I can't get to sleep. Stupid squeaks."

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  8. Watch the U.S. Trailer for The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, a Documentary about Studio Ghibli

    Imagine being given unprecedented access into the inner workings of an internationally acclaimed and beloved film studio during the same year that the studio's most recognized co-founder decides to retire. That's the position hat director Mami Sunada found herself with The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, in which she follows Studio Ghibli founders Hayao Miyazaki, Toshio Suzuki, and Isao Takahata over the course of a year. The trailer looks fascinating, don't you think?

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  9. Dorkly Presents 10 Fictional Video Games We Want to Play IRL

    Press start.

    h come on, like you wouldn't want to play Wreck-It Ralph's Sugar Rush. It'd be like candy-themed Mario Kart! Imagine a Luigi-style Vanellope glare as you mow down your enemies with sweetness and sugar. Check out the rest of the fictional video games that should be real over at Dorkly.

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  10. Mudbloods Director Farzard Sangari and Chaser Ali Cottong Talk About Real-Life Quidditch

    Brooms up!

    If you haven't heard of Mudbloods, don't let the title fool you—it's a surprisingly heartfelt and fascinating look into the world of collegiate-level Quidditch, which is a real sport that has nothing to do with magic. Our review of the documentary went up on Wednesday, but we also got the chance to speak with both the director Farzad Sangari and one of the former UCLA players, Ali Cottong, about the world they tried to capture together on film.

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