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  1. A Lot to Parse Here: First Trailer for The DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend)

    Stop trying to make D.U.F.F. happen?

    Gang, I just don't know how to feel. I love me an Easy A/Mean Girls-type high school movie, and Mae Whitman seems reliably hilarious and self-aware in that trailer, but oof. This is a head-scratcher.

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  2. Frankenweenie, Corpse Bride Screenwriter To Pen Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Movie

    Well, Slithery-Dee!

    Last we heard about the Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark movie, the trilogy of traumatizing tales was being adapted into a single film by Saw screenwriters Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. But now, in a move to "shift gears" on the project (and probably make it a little less graphic), Deadline is reporting that a whole new screenwriter is attached--and with any luck, he could bring Tim Burton with him.

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  3. [UPDATED] Casting Details for the CBS Supergirl TV Show Give Us Hints of Which Superheroine We’ll See

    Just give her a good costume.

    There have been... a lot of Supergirl incarnations at DC Comics. Which will CBS go with for their upcoming television show about the heroine? Some new casting details give us a clue.

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  4. Wiggle Your Nose In Distaste Because They’re Trying To Revive Bewitched For TV

    Samantha Stephens would never.

    One of the most beloved television sitcoms and the originator of the take-no-sass witch, Bewitched aired on ABC for eight years, and brought us the brilliance that was Elizabeth Montgomery. Having apparently learned nothing from the travesty that was the 2005 Nicole Kidman/Will Ferrell remake, people are trying to revive Samantha for the small screen. Stop.

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  5. Star Trek, Online Communities, And the Need for Strong Comment Moderation Policies

    Bigotry may not have a place on the Enterprise's bridge in the 23rd century, but here in the 21st it apparently has a place on the official Star Trek Facebook page, where a small number of very loud fans have decided to repeatedly share sexist, racist, and homophobic comments. Here's why it's not OK to sit back and let that happen.

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  6. Hooray! The Supergirl TV Show’s Officially Been Picked Up

    Superhero shows for ALL THE NETWORKS.

    You've heard the rumors. You've speculated about how awesome it would be. Now Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's Supergirl live-action drama series is officially getting a commitment from the only network TV station that doesn't have their own superhero yet.

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  7. Move Over, Paul Bettany: Jame D’arcy Joins Agent Carter As Real Life Human Jarvis

    Yay!

    Okay, so he's not the dry, thoughtful artificial intelligence we know from Iron Man. But considering how great of an actor they got to play him, we're pretty sure we're going to like Edwin Jarvis a lot.

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  8. Time Warner and CBS Might Finally Be Thinking About Offering Online Subscriptions To HBO and Showtime

    "All men must buy!"

    I mean, I'll believe it when I see it, but it's about damn time they're considering it.

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  9. Haters Gonna Hate: I Love The Big Bang Theory

    Essay

    The Big Bang Theory takes a lot of crap from the nerd community. We have a hard time being happy, don’t we? The science is too sciency. The science isn’t sciency enough. Where are the women? Well we don’t like those women – give us some we can. Don’t get me wrong: I like to pick apart a TV show just as much as the next girl. But I really love The Big Bang Theory, and the reason why might surprise you. I totally adore the women in the show. Yeah, I said it. I totally adore Penny and her Lady Posse. 

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  10. New Teaser for CBS’ Female Astronaut Thriller Extant Knocks Halle Berry Up With an Alien Baby

    Spaaaaaaaaaaace

    Seems like the intersection of "female characters" and "spaaaaaace" has become all the rage lately. NBC's doing 1960s-set sitcom where Krysten Ritter plays a NASA engineer. ABC's doing The Astronaut Wives Club. And CBS is getting in on the action with Extant, in which Halle Berry goes into space on a solo mission and comes back preggers. Thanks, Gravity. (via: Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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