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  1. Wolf Spider’s Mating “Purr” Recorded by Scientists, Is Just as Hellish as You’d Imagine

    NO. No. Nope. Nein. Non. Negative.

    The soundtrack of my soul shriveling up and dying.

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  2. SDCC Exclusive Entertainment Earth Adventure Time Gift Set

    Totes mathematical!

    Oh my glob! We've got an exclusive look at this Bif Bang Pow! Adventure Time Traveling Jake Tin Tote Gift Set – Convention Exclusive, and it sure is mathematical.

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  3. Alternate Captain America: Winter Soldier Scenes by the Film’s Storyboard and Animatics Artists

    In this alternate scene from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, reconstructed from storyboards by the movie's animatics artist, James Rothwell, Cap and Nat have a very different conversation with Arnim Zola's AI consciousness than what made it into the final film. In this version, Zola isn't quite so ready to let himself be destroyed.

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  4. Spaced Newbie Recap: “Mettle”

    The group is splintered in “Mettle” until they’re all brought back together in a fun cap, providing one of the few fantastic episodes where the cast isn't all working together. It’s also an instant great for the series, incorporating all of what makes Spaced so much fun in one episode with clever homages, fun pairings, and intelligently-shot humor.

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  5. Harry Potter Actress Evanna Lynch Tells Homophobes to Learn a Lesson from Luna Lovegood

    WWLLD?

    Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch knows what to do with homophobes (and Nargles, of course).

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  6. An Adult Rewatched 1984’s Supergirl Movie and Still Loves the Heck out of It, So There!

    "Supergirl is actually a BETTER movie than any of the Donner era Superman films."

    With all the news surrounding CBS's leaked pilot, Supergirl is getting a lot of coverage in the geekosphere. Even before the leak, every time I saw a new image, or read another another interview with producers from the upcoming series I felt the need to quit hiding my secret, and come clean. I wanted scream from the rooftops: I love the 1984 Supergirl film.

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  7. Watch Kung Fury, 2015’s Fever-Dream of an ’80s Action Movie, Online Right Now

    Allow us to hack you into the past.

    David Hasselhoff music. Time travel. Kung Fuhrer. Dinosaurs. These are the only things you need to know. Please enjoy Kung Fury.

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  8. The Town Is Not What It Seems in Paper-Animation of Twin Peaks Opening Credits

    A PIECE OF PAPER AND A PENCIL. I PLAN ON WRITING AN EPIC POEM ABOUT THIS GORGEOUS PIE.

    AndTheWorldWasPaper's pencil-drawn rendition of the classic Twin Peaks opening credits is oddly soothing, and a damn fine way to celebrate all those promising Season 3 developments.

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  9. Doctor Who Funko! Pops and Exclusives Now Available at Hot Topic

    Hot Topicy Wopicy?

    And Hot Topic's geek takeover marches onward.

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  10. The Mary Sue Interview: Halt and Catch Fire Producer Melissa Bernstein on the Ladies Taking Charge of Computing in Season Two

    Back this Sunday for its second season, Halt has managed to get even better, and gone through some major changes. Specifically, Scoot McNairy’s Gordon and Lee Pace’s Joe are taking a step back, and Kerry Bishé Donna and Mackenzie Davis’s Cameron are taking center stage with a new focus on their start-up, Mutiny.

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  11. Andy Serkis’ Character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Revealed!

    We love hearing about all the new characters populating the new Star Wars universe in The Force Awakens! Now, we can add one more to the list - this one played by genre chameleon, Andy Serkis.

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  12. Pixelthreads: Video Games’ Undies Problem

    It's probably not what you think.

    Underwear in video games quite often confuses and baffles me, when they bother to acknowledge that women wear it at all. But this piece isn't about whether or not it's sexist to only show women characters in games in their underwear (because I hope the answer is obvious). This piece is about how a male dominated industry often doesn't understand how underwear works.

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  13. Things We Saw Today: A Stapler Reminds One Fan Of Alien3

    In space, no one can hear you collate.

    OK, seriously - how bored was Bruno Mosconi Ruy at work that they looked at a stapler and thought: Alien 3! Well, here's the hilarious (and short) result.

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  14. Twin Peaks Newbie Recap: “On the Wings of Love” & “Variations on Relations”

    In which I realize THERE ARE ONLY THREE EPISODES LEFT.

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  15. TV’s Funniest Women, Including Ellie Kemper and Gina Rodriguez, Gather For Roundtable on Women and Comedy

    This week, The Hollywood Reporter contains an amazing roundtable discussion gathering some of television’s funniest women talking about what it’s like being a woman in comedy, and what lines they will or won’t cross for a laugh.

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  16. Review: Cameron Crowe’s Aloha Not As Feel-Good As It Wants To Be

    Spring brought us the transgender-themed comedy Boy Meets Girl which does capture that overwhelming sense of joy, making it a “feel good film” in the best sense; but summer, amidst the many blockbusters, won’t have many smaller-scale films to balance the slate. One of the few rom-coms we are getting is Cameron Crowe’s new film Aloha, which isn’t nearly as feel good as it wants to be.

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  17. Chris Pratt Teaches Pratt Child the Pledge of Allegiance, Be Still My Heart

    Please let him have taught the raptors, too.

    I've got a lot of qualms about the Pledge of Allegiance (blame Canadian Montessori schools, I guess), but Pratt teaching petite Pratt the Pledge of Allegiance is giving me all kinds of Officer and a Gentleman feelings. Besides, maybe mini-Macklin needs to learn how to recite it before he can start cracking cases? Either way, 'Murica! (Within reason.)

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  18. Clawsome! Catlateral Damage Now Available for Purrchase on Steam

    Pawlease let me play this immediately.

    Remember way back in January 2014 when we first told you about Catlateral Damage, the mischievous cat simulator? Then so many people dug it that they ran a successful Kickstarter? Well the time has finally arrived, my feline friends; now you can play Catlateral Damage any time you want - it's available on Steam!

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  19. Simon Pegg Calls for Better Roles for Women in Movies

    Fingers crossed for the next Star Trek.

    Those of us who'd like to see better representation and treatment of women in our entertainment have been happy to see that conversation become fairly mainstream and unavoidable lately, but writer and actor Simon Pegg really wishes that all that talk would translate into more actual change.

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  20. Netflix’s Sense8 Releases Eight New Character Trailers

    We're already plenty excited about The Wachowskis' and J. Michael Straczynski's upcoming Netflix sci-fi thriller, Sense8. Now, Netflix has released eight trailers to allow us to get to know the characters a little better.

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