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Raze It To the Ground and Burn the Ashes: A Mrs. Doubtfire Sequel Is Happening

How dare you, Fox. How. Dare. You. I have never in my life yelled at a studio like this!

OK. You’ve calmed down? I’ve calmed down. Let’s talk about this Mrs. Doubtfire sequel and which castmember has spoken out against it with a resounding “Oh hell no.”

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Kids-of-Disney-Characters TV Movie Casts a Twilight Actor, Reminds Us That It’s Happening

Not gonna lie, I completely forgot about the Disney Channel’s Descendants until I read that Booboo Stewart has joined the cast. Which is kind of weird, because “high school AU starring the children of famous Disney characters” is a bonkers enough idea that you’d think it would stick in your head.

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Part 3 Of Tohad’s Reimagined Childhood Series Is Badass… When It’s Not Completely Terrifying

That kind of describes Tohad‘s, aka Sylvain Sarrailh‘s, previous illustrations as well. Badass: Baby Mario riding Yoshi into battle. Terrifying: Tohad’s take on Rugrats, behind the cut. It will haunt your nightmares. Consider this your warning.

Previously in Reimagined Childhood

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Whoops: SELF Magazine Criticizes Cancer Survivor Running Marathon In Tutus She Sells For Charity

Marathon runner Monika Allen was overjoyed to find out SELF magazine wanted to use an image of her from a recent race. After all, it would help get attention for her sale of tutus, the proceeds of which go to Girls on the Run, a charity aimed at promoting exercise and confidence for young girls. But then the magazine was published and she realized the clipping featuring her likeness wasn’t a positive mention at all.

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Awareness of Female Scientists Is So Bad That 12% Of People Asked To Name One Picked a Dude Instead

Isambard Kingdon Brunel. 19th century mechanical and civil engineer. Pioneer of public transportation. British. And the name that 12% of people gave when asked to name a famous female scientist, despite the fact that he’s a dude.

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We Found Superhero Poop On Etsy, If That’s Something You Were In The Market For

Smells like vengeance. Continue on for Spider-Man and The Hulk’s poop. 

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Colbert Takes On Massachusetts Upskirt Ruling for Freedom

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The good news: a day after the ruling Massachusetts state representatives voted in legislation that would apply a $5k fine and jail time to upskirting, with penalties twice that if the victim is a minor.

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Noelle Stevenson’s Comic Shop Experience Makes Us Sad

Noelle Stevenson, aka Gingerhaze, is an accomplished creator. She creates the weekly webcomic Nimona and her latest outing is the fabulously named Lumberjanes from Boom. But you see, that all amounts to nothing when entering certain comic book shops.

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Director of Cancelled White-Washed Live Action Akira Still Trying to Make Live Action Akira

Remember the live-action Akira adaptation that was going to be set in New York City and star white actors? Remember when it was shelved after Keanu Reeves turned it down? Remember when it started to ramp back up with Garrett Hedlund in talks to play Tetsuo or Kaneda, and Gary Oldman was asked to play Colonel Shikishima? Remember when it, again, disappeared off the face of the earth?

Well, director Jaume Collett-Serra, who has been attached to the project for close on three years now, is still working on it, despite how boring he thinks Tetsuo and Kaneda are.

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Spock Riding A Flying Unicorn Over a Rainbow

Surprisingly enough, when questioned, Lieutenant Spock said that he saw nothing at all illogical about his actions on Equraptus-Prime. (This image was crafted by Tim O’Brien, the man behind the covers of The Hunger Games.)

Previously in Unicorns

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