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  1. The First Teaser Trailer For Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer Series is Here!

    You taste like a burger.

    My body is ready.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Little Accidents Director Sara Colangelo On Coal Mining, Women, And Heroes

    The Coal Miner's Director.

    Sara Colangelo has been one to watch since debuting her prize-winning short Little Accidents in 2010. Making the jump to the big screen with her first feature (also titled Little Accidents - more on that below), she continues to address issues of communal tragedy.

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  3. 10 Female-Directed Movies to Look Forward to in 2015

    Feat. Channing Tatum with elf ears

    Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens isn't the only movie coming out in 2015. (Though it might as well be, in my heart of hearts. Moses is going to a galaxy far far away! *sob*) These 10 offerings from female directors are hitting theaters as well, and you should keep 'em on your radar. There will be a quiz later.

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  4. The Lego Movie Creators Talk Representation, Promise Sequel Will Have More Female Characters

    Everything is you-know-what.

    As much as I love The LEGO Movie, there's no denying it gave girls the short end of the brick.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Who Just Said “Skull-Shaped Pizza Rolls”?

    It's so beautiful.

    OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD.

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  6. The Mockingjay – Part 1 Marketing Blitz Has Begun, And We Have Information And Pics For You

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    We're smack-dab in the middle of summer movie season, and you know what that means: The marketing machines for this winter's movies are rumbling into gear. Lionsgate is stepping it up today with the new website TheHungerGamesExclusive.com, which has pictures, interviews, and other... wait for it... exclusive info on the upcoming film. We've combed through the lot to bring you some choice morsels, among them a first look at Julianne Moore's President Coin, a discussion of Katniss' PTSD, an Effie-shaped change from book to movie, and how the production adapted to the untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman.

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  7. Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson To Return for Pitch Perfect 2

    Aca-awesome!

    In news that has made my ever-loving year, it's been officially confirmed that Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson will be in Pitch Perfect 2. You can start rejoicing now, aca-bitches.

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  8. Elizabeth Banks to Make Directorial Debut with Pitch Perfect 2

    it's time to play the music

    Elizabeth "Effin' Effie Trinket" Banks has stepped forward from the producer's chair to direct the sequel to smash hit Pitch Perfect. Yay, lady directors of successful franchises!

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  9. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Burns Hotter Than Its Predecessor

    Review

    The consequences of war are far-reaching and come fast in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the sequel to box office juggernaut The Hunger Games. Based on Suzanne Collins’ bestselling novels about a teenage girl’s fight against an oppressive, sadistic government, the thrilling Catching Fire brings out strong themes of inequality, the politics of fear, and the psychological impact of battle on people of all ages. Fully engrossing, and far stronger than its forerunner, Catching Fire keeps the sense of suspense throughout with a few dips, and backs up its plot content with plenty of action to hold audience interest. The two-hour-and-fifteen-minute run time hardly feels like it, when you’re swept away by the despotic world of Francis Lawrence’s Panem. Do not volunteer. There are SPOILERS behind the cut.

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  10. Here’s a Trailer for the One 2014 Movie That’ll Feature Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman

    Almost Totally Excellent

    In a way this movie also features Marvel's Star-Lord, since Chris Pratt is voicing the lead character. The Lego Movie also features the voice talent of Elizabeth Banks, Alison Brie, Will Ferrel, Liam Neeson, and yes, Morgan Freeman. Also did somebody just like, chuck a shark in that council scene? In protest?

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