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Tina Fey Says “No Way” to Hosting the Oscars

“I just feel like that gig is so hard. Especially for, like, a woman—the amount of months that would be spent trying on dresses alone … no way.” Tina Fey, asked whether her Golden Globes hosting gig and an endorsement by William Shatner might lead to her and Amy Poehler hosting the Oscars next year.

Told that the interviewer “was hoping for at least ‘a one in a million chance,’” Fey responded “I wish I could tell you there was.”

Welp. There you go. It was a nice dream while it lasted.

(The Huffington Post, via I Watch Stuff)

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J.J. AbramsPalooza: He’s Producing a Third Star Trek, Doing Two TV Pilots and, Oh Yeah, Star Wars: Episode VII Is Confirmed

Sorry if you don’t like J.J. Abrams. You must be having a rough time of it right now.

First things first, the rumor that he’s directing Star Wars: Episode VII is no longer a rumor: Disney has confirmed it.

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First Look at Katniss and Finnick Suited Up for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Oh no. The Finnick feels. I can feel them starting again. No, please, I’m not ready!

One more image is under the jump.

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Still Feel Bad About the Weasley Twins? This Won’t Help.

Mr. Whaite‘s illustration of famous fictional twins is awesome, but I can’t look at anything Weasley twin-related without wanting to cry.

(via: The Daily What)

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Catwoman Can Still Bring Anne Hathaway to Tears… In a Good Way

Anne Hathaway’s made no secret that she really wanted the role of Selina Kyle went she went for it in the casting process for The Dark Knight Rises. It should surprise no one that she’d be 100% down for reprising her role as the character in some form. (Not that any such thing appears to be on the horizon, or is even likely to be on the horizon.)

But the emotion with which she regards the character is pretty endearing:

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Here, Have Some Feels: The 100 Most Depressing Movie Death Scenes [VIDEO]

I made myself sit through this five minutes and seven seconds of pure emotional turmoil, and now I’m passing it on to you. Via the miserable sadists at Movie Miscellany, here’s a montage of the 100 Most Depressing Movie Death Scenes. Some of them are legitimately heartbreaking (ARRRTAAAAAX!). For others, your narm mileage may vary. Some of the deaths aren’t really geared toward being depressing at all, like that of Marion Crane in Psycho, which is more of the bone-chilling variety. And there are a few particularly tragic examples missing (Littlefoot’s mother from The Land Before Time, for example. And any of Sean Bean‘s many, many deaths, which the video description acknowledges).

Still. Something tells me that you’ll need to see something chipper and uplifting after watching this. Here’s a baby kangaroo.

Now excuse me while I try and stave off The Iron Giant feels.

(via: Pajiba)

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Subject Yourself to Emotional Turmoil with this Short Film About a Girl Gamer [VIDEO]

Fair warning: Only watch this short film, Escape by Kennedy J. Baruch, if you’re prepared for an emotional gutpunch. In it, a young girl who’s ridiculed by her classmates and neglected by her fighting parents escapes the harsh reality of her everyday life by playing video games, specifically The Legend of Zelda – Twilight Princess. It’s… kinda tough to watch. But still good.

(via: Joystiq)

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This Guy Made David Bowie Look More Awesome Than Normal In Labyrinth [VIDEO]

Before watching this video, bear in mind it could take David Bowie down a level of coolness for you. Who are we kidding, Bowie is on the Mount Everest of cool already, this shouldn’t make too much difference. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at one particular aspect of his role as Jareth the Goblin King in Labyrinth – his crystal balls. Listen as Jim Henson and Bowie discuss the real man behind the magic, a juggler named Michael Moschen.

(via io9)

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Marvel President Kevin Feige Talks Standalone Hulk Movie

One of the biggest unknowns in the lead-up to The Avengers‘ release was whether or not Mark Ruffalo‘s performance as Bruce Banner would fall flat. Of course, now we know Ruffalo’s take on the Hulk was one of the best parts of the movie. OK, maybe I’m biased in favor of Mark Ruffalo (always), but the point still stands that most reviewers, fans, etc. would agree that casting him more than paid off. So that leaves us with a question: When are we going to get a Mark Ruffalo Hulk movie?!

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Meet The Whale Who is Forever Alone

It’s a pretty well-known fact that humpback whales communicate with each other through sound. Their sounds are obviously not articulated in the same way as human words, but the species emit sounds–or songs–as a means of communicating to each other in the water. That is, all except for the 52 Hertz whale, who, while also singing, is singing at such a high frequency that none of the other whales in the ocean can hear it. Because of this, it’s spent its entire life in solitude.

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