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Amazon Now Allows You To Write Official Veronica Mars Fanfic, Good Way To Pitch The Movie Sequel?

Most Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter supporters are still eagerly anticipating the release this weekend, though the ones able to shell out the big bucks have already seen it. But like most things in Hollywood, sequel talk starts early and Veronica Mars is no exception. Meanwhile, how would you like to make money off your (non-smutty) Veronica Mars fanfic? Amazon has just the thing… 

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BBC America’s Orphan Black Sneak Peeks Had A Secret Binary Message [VIDEO]

When we posted the first few clips from Season 2 of Orphan Black, I hadn’t realized there was a secret message stored in them all. Let’s take a look, shall we?

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Steven Moffat Talks BBC Sherlock‘s “Female Perspective”

We had our own little open discussion thread the day after the Sherlock season three finale aired in the US, but I would like to formally invite all our readers to hash out their thoughts on Sherlock‘s most recent season here, too. Something tells me the subject of these quotes from Steven Moffat—the importance of the show’s “female perspective”—will inspire some strong opinions.

SPOILERS are behind the jump and in the comments. Also: I want to make completely clear that the article you’re about to read isn’t exactly favorable of Moffat. If you’re one of those people who doesn’t like to read negative opinions of him and writes comments like “Why does everyone on this site hate Moffat?! If you don’t like the show, don’t watch it!” (yes, there are a few), I invite you not to read further.

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Danica McKellar Tries To Make You Hate Math Less In Her New Webseries [VIDEO]

Having an older brother who teaches math in a way that wouldn’t bore you our of your mind, I can appreciate Danica McKellar’s (yes, Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years) work here. Anyway, it’s a new series on The Nerdist YouTube channel called “Math Bites,” with new episodes every Thursday. Give it a watch, especially when she kicks it up a notch around 3:14 (HA HA HA). You may even see a few other familiar faces.

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Female Spy Film Picks Up Melissa Rosenberg For Rewrites

Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg has been hired to help write a spy film featuring a group of women for Summit Entertainment. This is the first we’re hearing about it. 

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Listen To Christopher Lee Talk About DC Villains

How do you get me excited about your project? Have Lord of the Rings’ Sir Christopher Lee talk about it. Or like, just have him say its name. It’s Christopher-freaking-Lee, I’m sold. Anyway, the video apparently played at SDCC this past summer but DC Comics held a panel about their documentary, Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics, at NYCC. The Beat has a brief report up.

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Edgar Wright Says Ultron Was Never Even on His Radar for Ant-Man

Fans could take a good guess that Loki would not be returning as the villain of the next Avengers movie, but they might not have guessed that a villain primarily associated with a superhero who had not yet appeared in the Marvel Cinematic universe would be the pick. So there were a lot of Ant-Man fans worried that the origin of both him and Ultron, his archenemy, would be drastically changed in order to have the latter enter continuity before the former. But according to Edgar Wright, the director of 2015′s Ant-Man movie (set to release after The Avengers: Age of Ultron), Ultron was never in the game plan for him, and he’s been working on the script since 2010.

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Unsubstantiated Rumor Of The Day: Bryan Cranston As Lex Luthor

Bryan Cranston, star of Breaking Bad, could soon be playing a well known villain with certain similarities to Walter White, at least according to Latino Review writer El Mayimbe on twitter. Yesterday, El Mayimbe tweeted out several not-so-subtle hints that Cranston might be joining the DC Universe as Lex Luthor.

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Whoopi Goldberg Will Be In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Reboot, Apparently

Or at least she’s been spotted on the set. Geek Tyrant speculates that her role is only a cameo, which makes sense, because if she were going to be a major character surely there would’ve been some sort of casting announcement, right?

I’m not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand: Whoopi Goldberg! Yay! On the other: I will be surprised if the Michael Bay-produced Ninja Turtles is any good. But hey, if nothing else this bit o’ news has given us a pic of Ms. Goldberg with some truly wondrous hair.

(via: Geek Tyrant)

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That Big Star Trek Into Darkness Reveal Wasn’t The Original Plan, According To The Writers

If you still haven’t seen Star Trek Into Darkness but already know, or don’t care about, that big reveal, go ahead and read on. For everyone else, here be spoilers… 

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