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  1. This Live-Action Legend of Zelda Trailer Is Giving Us Feelings

    HEY. LISTEN.

    With this live-action Legend of Zelda show in the works at Netflix, the folks from Player Piano have decided to give Hyrule a try with their new trailer for a Zelda film. You can check out more of their work at The Zelda Project—they want to produce a longer fan film that will involve the Ocarina fight between Link and Ganondorf!

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  2. 10 Directors We’d Love To See Take On Marvel’s Black Panther

    Marvel's Black Panther film, now scheduled for 2018, will be an exciting and bold new step for a number of reasons. Not only will it arguably be the first modern blockbuster to feature a principally black cast, but it will also likely weave elements of science fiction and geo-politics into the superhero structure in a way that has rarely been done before.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: No Thanks, Target

    Did the LEGO Friends put you up to this?

    Anyone know where this sign is and want to turn that apostrophe into a colon?

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  4. The Powerpuff Girls End Credits Theme Performed A Capella Is Just as Awesome as You Remember

    Not so fast, Warp Zone!

    The Warp Zone's beatboxing game could use a little work, but the Powerpuff Girls end credits theme is so great that it doesn't matter—along with special guest star Dodger of PressHeartToContinue.

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  5. Rats of NIMH to Become “Smurfs-Style Live-Action/CGI Hybrid” Franchise

    Ouch, my childhood.

    According to /Film, MGM has recently acquired the rights to Robert C. O’Brien‘s book Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH and is planning to adapt the classic into "a Smurfs-style live-action/CGI hybrid" series.

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  6. Facebook Users Petition for Removal of ‘Feeling Fat’ Emoji

    Despite recently implementing new measures designed to protect the wellbeing of its members, Facebook is reportedly unsure whether it should remove an emoji that many users say promotes fat-shaming and body-negativity.

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  7. Sailor Moon Newbie Recap: Episodes 53 & 54

    Poor, poor Ami.

    Sometimes I worry that Sailor Moon will run out of episodic plot lines - then I remember that Cheers ran for 11 years, and they never had any aliens to battle, and I know we'll be okay.

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  8. [Updated] Applying to HBO’s Diversity Writing Fellowship Was A Total Disaster For Everyone

    Yikes.

    Last week we were encouraged to see HBO seeking out diverse screenwriters as part of their new writing fellowship, but noted that it wasn't without its faults. Now that the opening submission day has come and very quickly gone due to massive site blackouts and crashes, it's abundantly clear that HBO did not think this program through pretty much at all.

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  9. SimCity Developer Maxis Has Been Shut Down by EA

    "Quick! During GDC while no one is looking!" -EA, probably.

    This was not on the list of pre-selected disasters; I don't know how to deal with it.

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  10. What Kind of Music Does Your Cat Like? Science Tackles the Tough Questions

    Chamber Meowsic? Contempurrary? The screams of lesser beings as their souls descend to hell?

    Of all the cat-queries I'd like science to answer (how have I earned their eternal contempt, for starters), "what kind of tunes do cats like to jam out to?" seems like kind of a low-priority question. Maybe that's why I'm being shunned?

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