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  1. Review: Olympic Swimming Documentary Touch The Wall Celebrates Female Friendship And Strength

    100% Couch Potato friendly.

    I am not an athletic person. In highschool I loathed PE with a pure, righteous anger, and I still haven't gotten over my ensuing hate for organized sports. Given my proud couch potato status, I was surprised by the ways in which Touch the Wall, a documentary about Olympic swimming champs Missy Franklin and Kara Lynn Joyce, still resonated with me.

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  2. The Mary Sue’s Favorite Moments From the Jurassic World Trailer

    Look, it's not every trailer that deserves to be dissected with nerd vigor but when you're the one who had solo sleepovers in your own living room to watch Jurassic Park on repeat you can bet your sweet bippy Jurassic World's trailer gets special treatment.

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  3. Dorkly Reminds Us That Jurassic World Almost Featured Gross Human-Dino Hybrids

    More like "Nope World," amirite?

    According to Dorkly, the original plot for the new Jurassic movie featured "hyper-intelligent human-dinosaur hybrids that would act as commandoes to prevent a dinosaur invasion of the United States." Hit the jump (or say the magic word) to see some concept art!

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  4. Ready, Set, Stream: Here Are The Movies To Watch Before Netflix’s End-of-November Cull

    T-MINUS 5 DAYS, EVERYONE.

    If you're going to be feasting with family and friends this Thanksgiving, congrats! But if distance and circumstance have you spending a couple of days off work this week with not much to do, there's always Netflix—and now's a great time to catch up on some awesome shows and movies you might otherwise miss!

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  5. For Real This Time (We Think), Ian McKellen Talks on His Last Days of Filming as The Hobbit’s Gandalf

    I mean, you just never know with this franchise, right?

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  6. Justice League Dark Film Still Alive and Kicking, Going Through Script Reviews

    Justice League Dark Chocolate

    Still hoping against hope that we'll see Guillermo del Toro make a team movie about the magic users of the DC Universe? Well, you can keep on hoping, because Forbes has a tiny update for you.

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  7. People Are Already Mad at Jurassic World‘s Inaccurate Science, so What Else Is New?

    They spared no insult.

    Scientists and dinosaur nerds with a huge knowledge of dinosaurs but not necessarily knowledge of what's practical in CGI aren't pleased with some of the aspects of Jurassic World shown in the first trailer. Yes, there's a movie about cloning dinosaurs from preserved blood in mosquitos and filling in any DNA gaps with the DNA of other species and still having those dinosaurs come out mostly resembling dinosaurs, and people are still nitpicking it. Welcome... to 1993 Park.

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  8. Guillermo Del Toro Can’t Stop Sharing New Info About Pacific Rim 2, Says Charlie Day Is Back

    More Charlie Day! Yay!

    Some directors, like JJ Abrams, will go to ridiculous lengths (including lying!) to stop the public from knowing anything about their upcoming films. Other directors are Guillermo Del Toro.

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  9. Ridley Scott Won’t Be Directing Blade Runner 2

    But we will have Harrison Ford and a female protagonist, sooooo...

    In the same interview with Variety in which Ridley Scott writes off the racism in Exodus as a budgetary concern, he also says that he will no longer be directing the Blade Runner sequel. Harrison Ford, however, is still attached to return as Deckard.

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  10. Ridley Scott Blames Lack of Diversity in Exodus on Needing Money

    Women are too hard to animate, brown people are too expensive to make films about.

    There are polite and considerate ways to say that in the face of a modern age of Biblical scholarship and historical study, the pressures of a racist Hollywood system forced you to cast only white people in the lead roles of a movie about a known era of Middle Eastern history. This is not one of them.

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