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  1. Joss Whedon Clarifies, Adds To His Comments On Sexism In Comic Book Movies, Remains Excellent

    Kitty Pryde forever.

    Yesterday, we told you about Joss Whedon speaking up last summer against the "genuine, recalcitrant, intractable sexism, and old-fashioned quiet misogyny" in the world of comic book movies. Now, Whedon has clarified his comments; but don't worry, he doesn't take back anything he said.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Visual Guide to Which Movie Studio Is Hoarding Your Favorite Marvel Hero

    And which movie studios are consequently ruining our lives.

    Before Marvel decided to make even larger piles of money by making their own superhero movies, they sold a bunch of character rights to movie studios for modest mountains of cash and ruined the future for everyone. This handy graphic from The Geek Twins' Maurice Mitchell will help you remember which movie studio is preventing you favorite character from being in The Avengers owns which characters.

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  3. Emotional Rollercoaster: Disney Mulls Rebooting Indiana Jones… With Chris Pratt

    I'm experiencing... SOME sort of feeling.

    According to Deadline, Disney is continuing its hegemonic control over all genre media properties by considering rebooting the Indiana Jones franchise with Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt in the lead role.

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  4. Officially Official: Emma Watson Will Star In Live-Action Beauty and The Beast

    THIS IS FOR REAL, MAKO RONALD

    You've heard the rumors—you know, the ones from three years ago—but now it's totally true: Disney is developing a live-action Beauty and the Beast, and they've snagged the actress Guillermo del Toro wanted for his own adaptation, Emma Watson. Well, I guess at least there won't be two Beast films out at the same time now?

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  5. Things We Saw Today: How Bill Nye Works

    He molded so many of our impressionable young minds. But what does the daily life of Bill Nye look like? Lifehacker's great "This Is How I Work" series has gifted us with an awesome look behind the scenes of an iconic man.

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  6. Disney “Perplexed” By State Department Official’s Request to Use Frozen as Teaching Aid

    Some people are worth melting for?

    At a conference in Norway earlier this week, U.S. special envoy to the Arctic Admiral Robert Papp revealed that he had asked Disney to "come up with some public service announcements to tell the story of the Arctic” and global warming to Frozen's young fans.

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  7. New Episode VII Teaser to Premiere Before Age of Ultron, Feature Han, Luke, and Leia

    Search your feelings. You know it to be true.

    Go away, goosebumps! Come back in three-and-a-half months!

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  8. The Best Cosplay At The 2015 New Orleans Wizard World Comic Con

    Ooooh!

    This past weekend, the New Orleans Convention Center held several events, including an arm wrestling championship and a formal Mardi Gras ball (I even heard a rumor of a barbershop quartet gathering on Saturday). But the event that turned everyone’s head was the 2015 Wizard World Comic Con, where geeks of all ages converged upon the Convention Center in a smorgasbord of colorful costumes and elaborate crafts.

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  9. George Lucas Says He Was Making Star Wars Episode VII Until Disney Saved Us Stepped In

    When you wish upon a Death Star...

    Listen, I love George Lucas for creating Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and more, and I love the original trilogy, Ewoks and all—especially Ewoks, haters. Yub nub. But unless The Force Awakens turns out prequel-trilogy-bad, I have no desire to see what Lucas would've done with Episode VII, and as he tells it, we were all about to find out until the Disney deal came along.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: The Only BBC Amusement Park We Want to Visit

    The Doctor Who Wibbly Wobbly Carousel? The Pemberly Tunnel of Love? The SherLOCKED rollercoaster? Sign us up! [Click to embiggen] (via PopSmoothie)

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