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Idris Elba Cast In Disney’s Live-Action The Jungle Book, Gives You a Reason to See It Whether You Wanted One Or Not

Still don’t want to see this movie… but Idris Elba. But live-action Disney remake. But Idris Elba.

Dammit.

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Looks Like NBC Found Its John Constantine

Oh my god, they cast an actual British actor. Progress! 

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Today We Leave You With Elf, Recreated With Many Pugs [VIDEO]

Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night!

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Bid For Chance to Visit “Age of Ultron” Set, Help Women’s Shelter

Hanging out with Joss Whedon and the Avengers cast? Check.

Helping out women in need? Check.

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Erotic Fanfic Duo Nabs 5-Book Deal With Simon & Schuster (What Am I Doing With My Life?!)

Congratulations, writers of Beautiful Bastard, you just got a five-book deal for creating hot, steamy Twilight fanfiction. 

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Kathryn Bigelow Wants Your Help To Send A Very Important Message On Twitter About Women

Kathryn Bigelow’s name has been in the news a lot lately thanks to her film Zero Dark Thirty. The film, based loosely on the intelligence effort that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, has had supporters and detractors but got people talking about the serious issue of torture. But there’s another issue Bigelow would like to get the word out for and that’s women in national security. She’s hoping a large-scale Twitter campaign, and you, will help. 

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The Honest Trailer Folks Turn the Lens of Cold, Hard Truth on The Dark Knight Rises [VIDEO]

Boy oh boy, ScreenJunkies had fun with this one. And I had fun watching it, so it’s all nice and balanced. Why was Bruce just hanging out in public after he’d supposedly died? He’s not exactly a low-profile dude. I’m sure Christopher Nolan framed it so the paparazzi were just off to the side.

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That $4 Billion Disney Is Paying George Lucas? Most Of It Is Going To Charity.

You might have heard the recent news of Walt Disney purchasing LucasFilm for $4 billion and thought, “Doesn’t George Lucas have enough money already?” And yes, he does. So he’s giving a major portion of the money to charity. But which one? 

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Welcome Back, Singer. X-Men and X2 Director Officially Returning for Days of Future Past

It looks like the rumors are true: Bryan Singer, director of X-Men and X2, will be returning to the X-director’s chair for X-Men: Days of Future Past, expected to come out in Summer 2014.

Look, I’m just going to put “X-” in front of everything. That’s how these X-posts work.

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How Not to Act Out a Death Scene on Film

We’re putting this exquisitely composed, edited, acted, and staged death scene up here not only because it’s riotously funny, but because it’s from a film called Kareteci Kiz (that’s Turkish for ‘Karate Girl’) that follows the life of a woman (who presumably knows karate) who becomes a cop to seek revenge on the mobsters who killed her father and husband.

No, we don’t feel like it’s tangentially related to the purview of this site at all.

(via The FW.)