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  1. Review: Tim Burton’s Big Eyes is a Welcome Return to Must See, Adult Filmmaking

    A vibrant look, great performances, and narrative makes Big Eyes essential viewing.

    This is the type of gutsy filmmaking we want to see from biopics.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: The Batgirl Cosplay Bar Has Been Raised Exponentially

    She is vengeance. She is bedazzled.

    That's it. This cosplay of the Batgirl #37 cover is flawless. Don't even try to top it. (Psst. Actually please do. We'd be highly entertained.)

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  3. The First Poster For Tim Burton’s Big Eyes Is Delightfully Kitschy

    Big eyes. Bigger anticipation.

    The first poster for Tim Burton's biopic on pop artist Margaret Keane is here, and it does not disappoint!

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  4. Watch the Trailer for The Zero Theorem, In Which Christoph Waltz Is I Don’t Even Know [VIDEO]

    what is this I don't even

    I feel like I know less about this movie now than I did before I watched the trailer. But ain't that the way with Terry Gilliam? Oh, and nice toupée, Lupin. (via: Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Here’s Who Won At Last Night’s Oscars. Besides William Shatner, That Is.

    Oh Hollywood

    Django Unchained, two for you. Life of Pi? Four for you, Life of Pi. You go, Life of Pi. Jennifer Lawrence? Do we have a Jennifer Lawrence here? Here you go, one for you… and none for The Hobbit's dwarf beards, byeeee!

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  6. Zach Galifianakis Interviewing Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, and More is the Weirdest Thing You’ll See All Day [VIDEO]

    i'll just leave this here

    Between Two Ferns: Oscar Buzz Edition Part 1 from Zach Galifianakis
    Zach Galifianakis' delightfully awkward interview series Between Two Ferns revs up for awards season with this Oscar episode. In it, Galifianakis sits down with Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Christoph Waltz, Anne Hathaway, and Amy Adams to discuss pudding, cinematograpy, and Australian toilets. Oh, and acting. Watch to the end. Amy Adams, I would like to officially pledge my lifelong allegiance to you. I could not have kept a straight face. (via: Pajiba) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Things We Saw Today: The Princess and the Evil Queen from Disney’s Frozen

    Things We Saw Today

    Rapunzel, is that you? (via Collider) Edit: False alarm; the images are fan-made.

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  8. Cue Kermit Flail: Tina Fey Might Play the Female (Human) Lead in the Muppets Sequel

    it's time to play the music

    Sources have told The Hollywood Reporter that Tina Fey is "in late-stage negotiations to star as the female lead" in the sequel to The Muppets. I am OK with this.

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  9. Christoph Waltz May Dance His Way Into the Muppets Sequel After All

    Ask a Muppet

    My heart broke a little bit when it was announced that Ty Burrell was replacing Christoph Waltz as one of the (human) leads of the next Muppet movie. The Hollywood Reporter noted at the time that Waltz's schedule kept him from playing a large role in the movie, but luckily his schedule isn't so packed that he won't still be showing up in a cameo role.

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  10. Will Ricky Gervais Have A Major Role In The Muppets Movie Sequel?

    it's time to play the music

    British comedian Ricky Gervais is in talks for the upcoming sequel of The Muppets! But who would he play? Hit the jump to find out! 

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  11. Christoph Waltz Might be the (Non-Muppet) Star of the Next Muppets Movie

    it's time to play the music

    It's time for a hearty Kermit flail: Christoph Waltz is apparently in negotiations to be one of the human stars of the next Muppets movie. YAAAAAAAAAYY!!!!! What we know about the film so far is that it's a "crime caper" set in Europe; The Hollywood Reporter notes that Waltz is in talks to play an Interpol inspector and that other stand-out human roles will include "a Russian femme fatale and a male lead whose intentions are always in question."

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  12. Transcendence Is Shaping Up to Be a Nerd’s Dream Come True

    Cautiously Optimistic

    There's not much info out there on the upcoming big-budget sci-fi film Transcendence, the directorial debut of frequent Christopher Nolan collaborator Wally Pfister. That's not surprising, really, given it's being executive produced by Nolan, who's famously tight-lipped about his own projects. It's like he and Pfister, who's shot every one of Nolan's films since 2000's Memento, have a bro code of secrecy. But while Nolan or Pfister probably won't give too much away any time soon—except that it's about "a man who creates a computer that develops a malevolent awareness"—some bits of casting news have come out over the past few days that have been enough to make my nerd heart grow three sizes.

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  13. Kurt Russell Probably Replacing Kevin Costner in Tarantino’s Django Unchained

    This Makes Sense

    About two weeks ago, Kevin Costner had to drop out of Quentin Tarantino's upcoming western, Django Unchained. But now, it looks like the filmmaker will be reunited with one of his past stars -- Kurt Russell is currently in talks to take over the role vacated by Costner, Ace Woody. It won't be the first time Russell replaced an actor in a Tarantino movie, either -- the part of Stuntman Mike in 2007's Death Proof was supposed to have been played by Mickey Rourke. Pretty cool to have Kurt Russell as your perennial backup.

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  14. Quentin Tarantino’s Western Is Happening

    Officially Official

    After the Oscars, celebrities party. They also take the opportunity to look ahead to future Oscars and discuss future projects that might win them some. This weekend, Quentin Tarantino confirmed that the Western he's been talking about making for years is very, very close to having a completed script. Even better news: Christoph Waltz is attached. Yeehaw!

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  15. Geekolinks: 8/6

    How to reboot civilization after it collapses (Bucky-Ghandi)

    Internet meme cat bracketology (Urlesque)

    Never-before-seen Twin Peaks set photos (Underwire)

    Ugly Pokémon (Neatogeek)

    Christoph Waltz Considered For the Lizard in Spider-Man Reboot? (CBM)

    Q&A with guy from Taiwanese Machinima studio (Danwei)
    "I will not be in to work today..." (David Thorne) Bonus video below:

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  16. The 82nd Academy Awards: Geek Dominated, but Ultimately Disappointing

    After seeming to show so much promise in the nominations, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has not followed through on its promise "to recognize and include some of the fantastic movies that often show up in the other Oscar categories, but have been squeezed out of the race for the top prize."

    What this statement meant, when you strip out all the language designed not to offend, is this: to recognize and include genre movies, that is, science fiction, fantasy, action, and animation (yes, I know animation is a medium and not a genre, but Hollywood hasn't figured that out yet).

    Much to my should-not-have-been-surprise, when the last award was announced, despite multiple nominations in more than ten categories, including Best Picture, Best Director, and both Screenplay awards, genre movies were snubbed in almost every award except the technical ones. 

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