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Entertainment Weekly

  1. Character Actors Want You To Know That They Have Names, And It’s Not “The Guy From That Thing”

    Would you settle for a "Where do I know you from?"

    You will probably have to look at least one of these guys up. I know I did.

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  2. Get Your First Official Look at Ultron on This Entertainment Weekly Cover

    Robot Roll Call!

    The newest issue of Entertainment Weekly features everything San Diego Comic-Con-related, so of course the cover has a giant picture of Tony, Steve, and Ultron looking all stoic and imposing on the cover. And hey, everybody looks pretty great! Mild spoilers for Age of Ultron to follow.

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  3. Entertainment Weekly Made The Poster For Patton Oswalt’s Star Wars Episode VII

    Okay, folks, we officially need something to brighten our day, and we suspect you're right there with us. So big thanks to Entertainment Weekly's Jef Castro for bringing us this poster of Patton Oswalt's idea of what Star Wars Episode VII would look like. From Moon Knight to Spider Robot Chewbacca, Oswalt's amazing eight minute diatribe outlining a pop-culture orgy for the ages from Parks and Rec is represented nearly in its entirety on this incredible poster, which is frankly just what we could use right now. Keep reading to get a load of the whole shebang.

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  4. Entertainment Weekly Shows Us Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow As We Rarely See Them

    You know nothing Jon Snow

    ... a.k.a. happy and smiling. My brain doesn't know what to do with this. Two more pics—one a more serious snap of Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington, the other of the wildling Ygritte (Rose Leslie) getting her Merida on with a bow and arrow—are beyond the jump.

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  5. Do Not Party On: Wayne’s World 3 Script Rumors Are a Hoax

    There's little we want more in life than a new Wayne's World sequel. So when we saw that Mike Meyers had supposedly finished the script for one, we got our hopes up just like anyone else might. Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to last. As it turns out, the whole thing's apparently a hoax. Talk about depressing.

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

    Today in Awesome

    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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  7. Entertainment Weekly Ad Includes Embedded Smartphone, Embraces Digital Age in a Weird Way

    What our magazines clearly need are more odd stunts that splice the technology of today with the archaic print model. That's obviously what Entertainment Weekly thought when they embedded a functional smartphone into their October 5th issue. The magazine includes an ad that shows live tweets from the @CW_network Twitter as well as clips of two shows from the network, The Arrow and Emily Owens, M.D. Turns out this digital tomfoolery required the base mechanics of an Android smartphone.

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  8. Doctor Who Becomes the First Ever British Show to Appear on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    We love us some Doctor Who. In fact, large parts of the internet love Doctor Who so much that it's easy to forget that it was only relatively recently that the show started making waves with more mainstream audiences in the United States. But it certainly has, and we for one are glad about it. For one, we have more people to geek out about it with. And for another, it means that we get to see Eleven on the cover of Entertainment Weekly--a publication that, before this week, had never featured a British show so prominently. 

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  9. New Pictures of Captain America: The First Avenger

    This week's Entertainment Weekly boasts a fair feast of images from the production of Captain America: The First Avenger, including a look at Hugo Weaving as Red Skull, some wonderfully art deco scientific instruments, and a shirtless Chris Evans. We're actually most interested by the middle one, we swear.

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  10. Billy Joel Coming to Rock Band 3 Out of Pure, Unadulterated Rage

    A lot of musicians over the years haven't lent their music to video games. As time goes on and video games become more of a media mainstay, various musicians stopped being stubborn and realized lending their music to games only widens their potential audience. Well, video games claimed another musical soul in Billy Joel, who will be bringing ten hits to Rock Band 3 starting December 14th. The fun thing about all this, aside from getting to play "Piano Man" on Rock Band 3's keyboard peripheral, is that Billy Joel made the decision out of spite for Entertainment Weekly.

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