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  1. Comic-Con Interviews: The Book of Life Will Bring Mexican Folklore to the Big Screen in a Unique Way

    “As a lover of animated films, I kept going, ‘When is the Mexican story going to happen? When is the Mexican princess going to show up?’” queried director Jorge R. Gutierrez before a packed crowd at the San Diego Comic-Con press conference for his new animated feature, The Book of Life. He’s not the only one who’s been wondering when the rich folkloric traditions of Mexico, especially given their relevancy to America’s growing Hispanic population, might be mined by a Hollywood.

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  2. Guardians of the Galaxy Is Getting an Animated Series, a Sequel, Your Money

    Everybody pretend to be surprised.

    The reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy have been nothing but good (well, 97% good on Rotten Tomatoes), so it's no surprise that Marvel's pushing things into high gear even before the movie comes out. Now on the horizon: an animated show for Disney XD and a sequel, natch. But who's directing the latter?

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  3. 50 Female-Directed Movies You Should Watch, Part 3: Foreign Films

    You didn't have any non-movie-watching plans this week, right?

    Welcome to day three of our series on films by female directors. We've covered mainstream and American independent movies so far, and now we move on to foreign flicks.

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  4. 50 Female-Directed Movies You Should Watch, Part 2: American Indies

    Netflix queues at the ready!

    Welcome to part two of our week-long series on movies with female directors. Today: 10 American indies that, in my opinion, are pretty dang worth watching. If I didn't include your favorite, quit whining: Didn't you hear that our last post is going to be 100% reader recommendations? So get to the comments section and explain why I'm an utter bastard for not including Winter's Bone. You might be chosen, but not in a bad Hunger Games way.

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  5. Death by Snu-Snu: Futurama to Get Mashed Together With The Simpsons for a Crossover Episode Send-Off

    But who will play the Great Gazoo!?

    Oh no, Futurama is over! But it's back! But it's over! But it's back! Yes, Futurama is coming back one last time (again) for a Simpsons crossover of Flintstones/Jetsons proportions. The Family Guy/Simpsons crossover is getting a bit more crowded, as it'll serve up a delicious cameo of the week from Bob's Burgers.

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  6. 200 Plus Artists Reanimated an Episode of Sailor Moon Shot for Shot, and Now You Can Watch the Whole Thing

    Transform me into a gorgeous animator!

    For the better part of a year, animators labored to reproduce an episode of Sailor Moon, with each person taking a single shot (though some of them more than one), and now the fruits of their efforts are finally available to watch! Here's the results of Moon Animate Make Up, "Fractious Friends," or, "Fractious Frames." A little animator humor.

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  7. Eeeeevil Plans: Harry Potter’s Jason Isaacs Cast in Star Wars Rebels

    As if Lucius Malfoy wasn't creepy enough.

    Disney announced today that Jason Isaacs will join Star Wars Rebels as a new villain.

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  8. Fasten Your Color Belt: A Rainbow Brite Cartoon Reboot Is Currently In Production

    Rainbow colors will cheer you up!

    I'm honestly not sure how this stayed quiet for so long but OH MY GOD RAINBOWS, STAR SPRINKLES, AND FLYING HORSES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. Review: A Brony Tale

    We're still not quite in Equestria, friends.

    A Brony Tale educated me, but I can't help but feel the history I learned was a little selective.

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  10. Video Recaps Lord of the Rings In Under 90 Seconds

    Can we knock out the Silmarillion in a solid fifteen?

    Mashable has released this animation that explains "everything you need to know about most epic trilogy of all time, in the time it takes to microwave popcorn." The video makes some great points about the correlation between beauty and virtue in the movies, but by the beard of Durin, when was the last time anyone thought about Hidalgo?

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