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  1. The True Story Behind “Women Are Too Hard To Animate”

    Tonight on 20/20

    Thank you, LoadingReadyRun, for delving so deep into this hard-hitting story.

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  2. Nick Douglas Summarizes Every Internet Argument in This One Video

    There's not as much yelling in this video as one might expect.

    Have you ever been in an argument on the Internet? Of course you have. That's like 50% of what the Internet is made of. (The other half is cats.) Slacktory's Nick Douglas did a great job of portraying every type of Internet arguer in this one video.

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  3. Kristen Wiig Is Directing Her First Movie!

    Kristen Wiig Directing Her First Movie!

    Kristen Wiig may have declined to make Bridesmaids 2 for very respectable artistic reasons, but that doesn't mean she's not making movies at all. In fact, it leaves the actress wide open for, you heard it, the director's chair.

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  4. We Spoke to Kurt Braunohler About Jet Skis, Charity, and Getting Wet for Goats

    Did that goat ever find out who farted?

    You know the old story—a comedian rides a jet ski from Chicago to New Orleans to raise money to send goats and chickens to help African families. It's a tale as old as time! Comedian Kurt Braunohler is the first person to actually do this, and he filmed the whole thing for his new Comedy Central webseries Roustabout. We spoke with him about the project.

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  5. Above Average Sums up Disaster and Heist Movies in Episodes II & III of One Take Movies

    Psst... hey... Above Average... make a bunch more of these...

    Earlier this week we saw the first episode of the new Above Average series One Take Movies "Hero Movie" that compressed the entire superhero genre (mostly Raimi's Spider-Man) into a four-minute single take. Now we have episodes II & III that break down "heist" and "disaster" movies the same way.

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  6. Check Out Episode 1 Of Spooked, The New Ghost-Hunting Comedy Webseries From Felicia Day

    G-G-G-Ghooooosts!

    We were pretty excited after seeing the trailer for the Felicia Day/Bryan Singer produced Geek & Sundry webseries, Spooked. Now we're happy happy to bring you the premiere episode! The cast features some familiar faces and Alison Haislip and Dichen Lachman are guest-starring this time around. Enjoy! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. This New Series From Above Average Tells Entire Genre Movie Stories in a Single Take, First Up: The Hero Movie

    Violence is never the answer!

    Could you summarize an entire movie genre in four minutes with just one take? Well, the folks at Above Average sure can. Their new series, One Take Movies, does exactly that. The first episode looks at our beloved superhero films with The Hero Movie, and a lot of the tropes are dead on.

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  8. Rub Salt in Your Ant-Man Wounds With a Compilation of Edgar Wright’s Unique Style

    Maybe Americans are just too happy to be funny? Nope. It's definitely not that.

    Oh, man. I just finished my Ant-Man mourning period, and now this analysis of Edgar Wright's visual style by Tony Zhou has me once again bemoaning what could have been. Anyone want to binge watch The Cornetto Trilogy with me?

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  9. Above Average’s “Gassy Walt Whitman” Is Our New Favorite Meme

    We must fart my darlings, we must bear the brunt of danger.

    The Internet loves a good meme, but in their series "Memes That Never Made It" Above Average looks at some of the misses. Today they released another round of "Gassy Walt Whitman" images that take lines from Whitman's poems and turn them into fart jokes. Highbrow? Not really, but that doesn't make us love it any less.

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  10. Jimmy Kimmel Convinced People Godzilla Is Based on a Real Giant Lizard Attack

    Heaven Godzilla is real.

    Jimmy Kimmel's segment "Lie Witness News" exploits the phenomenon that people inherently trust reporters with microphones. This time around they asked people on the street if it's wrong for Hollywood to glamorize Godzilla considering it was based on a real giant lizard attack. (It was not.)

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