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Rapper Fulfills My Dream Of Recreating Clueless In Her New Music Video

I’d never heard of Iggy Azalea until today but I am so, so happy to have seen her new music video. Ahh, memories. [Explicit lyrics warning]

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The Mary Sue Interviews Clueless Director Amy Heckerling About Her New Film Vamps!

Vamps is the new horror comedy that reunites the dream team of director Amy Heckerling and actress Alicia Silverstone. It’s on blu-ray and DVD today and The Mary Sue had the opportunity of speaking with the director about the film, her past work, and the industry.


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Entertainment Weekly Reunites Cast Of Clueless, E.T., Star Wars & More!

I’m thrilled Alicia Silverstone has reunited with her Clueless director Amy Heckerling for the new comedy Vamps but this really takes me back. Entertainment Weekly regularly reunites casts of famous films and television shows and their recent issue has some pretty exciting entries (they’ve also teamed with CharityBuzz this year for some cool auctions including a handwritten first draft of Clueless). Take a look at the reunited casts of E.T., Arrested Development, and more!


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Alicia Silverstone Reunites With Clueless Director Amy Heckerling For Vamps [TRAILER]

Forget about everything you’ve learned about Alicia Silverstone since she starred in Clueless back in 1995. She’s playing a vampire (along with Krysten Ritter) in a movie from Amy Heckerling. My heart is pounding just thinking about it. Watch the first trailer for Vamps, which also stars a few other Clueless alums, Dan Stevens (Mr Crawley from Downton Abbey), and the one and only Sigourney Weaver!

(via io9)

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A Friendly Chat About National Geographic’s Comic Store Heroes

It’s being billed as a subsititue for those who can’t make it to Comic-Con this year. National Geographic Channel’s Comic Store Heroes follows three staffers of Midtown Comics in New York as well as their customers and every day comic book fans, on their road to New York Comic Con. The comparison is evident – is this another Comic Book Men? Thor Parker, the Social Marketing and Events Director for Midtown, and I are here to tell you “no.” Why am I joining in the conversation? I’m one of the fans featured in the special airing tomorrow, July 13, on the National Geographic Channel. Hit the jump to hear what Parker and I have to say about the special, the evolution of geek culture, the comparisons with CBM, and lots more! 


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Brain Cupcakes

I’m sorry that I have no more information on these than what you see here. (I Heart Chaos)


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: TARDIS Lockers That Might Get You Out Of Homework

Just think of the possibilities. Teacher: Sally, where’s your homework. Sally: I think it’s somewhere behind the pool, probably lost forever. But if I find it, I’ll hand it in last week. (via Nerd Approved