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  1. Today In Female-Led-Movies-Obviously-Don’t-Make-Money News, Lucy Beat Out Hercules This Weekend

    What was that about no Black Widow movie yet?

    Make no mistake, readers: as Susana Polo pointed out in her review on Friday, Lucy is not a good film, and probably not worth spending money on to watch in-theaters. And yet, it made about 1.5 times more than Hercules at the box office this weekend. But who's gonna watch an action movie starring a woman, guys? What's next, are they gonna let us vote and own property or something?

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  2. New The Flash Teaser Keeps With Theme of Goofy Fun, Has a DC Villain Easter Egg

    He feels the need for speed.

    What crossword puzzle clue could possibly yield the answer "Grodd"? Wait... are we getting a telepathic supervillain gorilla in this?! Probably not (or definitely not), but still, A+ on your Easter Eggs, CW.

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  3. These Game of Thrones Rabbit Figurines Make Us Hopping Mad

    They'll kill you with their nasty, pointy teeth.

    Hopping mad that we don't own them, that is.

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  4. Guillermo del Toro Swears He’s Still Working on His Justice League Dark Movie, Says Traditional Vampire Stories “Never Peeled My Banana”

    He is a light in dark places.

    Things we know about Guillermo del Toro: He's persistent, as evidenced by the fact that he's still determined to make his Justice League Dark. He's probably not the hugest fan of Twilight, judging by his take on vampire movies. And he is pure of spirit and destined for a front-row seat in heaven, because he used the phrase "never peeled my banana."

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  5. Strap On Your Loin Cloths, It’s Time for a Hercules Gif Review

    Pure Oscar material.

    After a weekend of intense internal debate, yesterday I decided to hop on the bus, schlep to the theater, and see Hercules. After all, I justified to myself, it has Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson! Surely it will at least be entertaining! My subconscious was screaming in the background—But Brett Ratner. It's directed by Brett Ratner!—but I did not listen. I should have. Because Hercules was bad. And it needed to be worse. (Warning: Spoilers within.)

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  6. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Teaser Trailer is Here

    A long expected trailer.

    All I want for Christmas is Galadriel not even bothering to put shoes on when she goes to Dol Guldur to hand Sauron his own butt on a platter and rescue damsel-Gandalf. Damsdalf.

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  7. True Blood Recap: Karma

    Anna Camp for President.

    I am very happy about last night’s True Blood, even if Ted Cruz isn't.

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  8. The Comic-Con Trailer For Horns Is Online And It’s Not Messing Around

    Pitchforks are involved.

    Are we sure people aren't just confessing all their terribly dirty secrets to Daniel Radcliffe because he rocks those horns so well? It doesn't have to be a "he's the devil" thing, is my point.

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  9. Deadpool Animation Is Maybe Leaked Deadpool Movie Test Footage, Is Definitely Awesome

    Take note of the white lenses, Batman movies.

    Superhero movies, comics, TV, and pretty much just all kinds of media are better with a sense of humor. The worst part about Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy was the glaring omission of Peter's wit. This alleged Deadpool test footage is just further evidence of that fact, because it's only a few minutes long with some pretty standard action set pieces, but the personality will make you wish this were a real movie you could go see.

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  10. Lois Lowry Talks The Giver Movie, Says Many of the Changes “Work”

    B-but it's change! I fear that!

    Being the author of a book that's being made into a film must be a really weird feeling, especially when it's a formative book that influenced a lot of young readers, and all the trailers make those readers super concerned and uncomfortable with how the movie's gonna end up. But Lois Lowry wants you all to know that The Giver isn't as bad an adaption as you're worried it will be—heck, there's even some stuff in there that she wishes she'd thought of first.

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