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  1. Looks Like CBS’s Supergirl Show is Looking to Cast a Superman

    But maybe not quite how fans might want to see him.

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  2. Oh My Dancing Baby! Calista Flockhart Is Playing Cat Grant on CBS’s Supergirl

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  3. Laverne Cox To Co-Star As Trans Attorney In New CBS Legal Drama

    Ooooooh!

    Suck it, people who didn't vote for Laverne Cox at the Emmy's last year! Now she's gone NETWORK!

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  4. Supergirl Casts True Blood‘s Mehcad Brooks As Jimmy Olsen

    Hell yeah diverse casting!

    My exact thought process this morning upon seeing The Hollywood Reporter's recent Supergirl headline: "Ugh, I guess they have a Jimmy Olsen now but like, whatever, he's such a milquetoast plot device so who cares—wait, who did they cast?? OH MY GOD IT'S EGGS YOU GUYS, IT'S EGGS, NEVER MIND I'M SO ON BOARD NOW."

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  5. A Congressional Hearing Can’t Determine Who Even Watches Big Bang Theory in This Comedy Sketch

    Bazinga! Did I do it right?

    These are the burning questions, congress. Stop wasting your time and get to the bottom of this.

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  6. CBS Has Found Its Supergirl in Glee Alum Melissa Benoist

    Melissa Benoist, who joined Glee in its fourth season, has now officially been cast as Kara Zor-El in producer Greg Berlanti's latest DC Universe show Supergirl for CBS. Benoist isn't the first Glee actor to join the superhero ranks, either— there's also Grant Gustin and now he's doing an awesome job on The Flash now. Wait, guys, is Berlanti a Glee fan? That explains so much.

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  7. George Lucas: I Made Strange Magic “Because You’re Not Supposed to Make [Adventure] Movies for Girls”

    Only the Sith deal in absolutes. Anybody can like adventure movies.

    There's no doubt that even though George Lucas intended Star Wars for young boys, the films appealed hugely to the rest of the human race as well. But this morning, in an appearance on CBS This Morning, the filmmaker discussed some of his motivations behind writing the story of Strange Magic, an animated musical starring fantasy creatures (directed by Gary Rydstrom, with writing credits from Lucas, Rydstrom, David Berenbaum, and Irene Mecchi) that hits theaters this Friday.

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  8. CBS Chairman Calls Supergirl Series a “Female Empowerment Story”

    She also used the word "feminist." *gasp*

    Some more news about DC Comics women coming out of the Television Critics’ Association press tour. This time it's details about the upcoming Supergirl television series on CBS. Why yes, I will keep using Supergirl movie images for these posts until we have something official, why do you ask?

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  9. 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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  10. 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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