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  1. Ready Player One‘s Film Adaption Gets Zak Penn To Rewrite Script

    Is it too dorky to say "Ready, Ready Player One?"

    A dystopian novel about hunting for Goonies-style treasure in a MMORPG is pretty much begging to be made into a movie, but it's taken years to get a film adaptation of Ready Player One off the ground. Warner Brothers has taken another step with the project today, however, by announcing that the script will be penned by... Zak Penn. Get it? Ehh? See what I did there? Okay, so he's rewriting it, but that's not nearly punny enough. Erm, funny. OH NO I CAN'T STOP.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Fans Cosplay as Disney Princesses Cosplaying as Star Wars Characters

    Things We Saw Today

    To give credit where credit is due: "Poca-Han-Solo" is Aleu Moana, and Jedi Rapunzel is her friend Jennifer. (Seen at WonderCon, via Fashionably Geek)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: This Giant Gollum Sand-Sculpture Might Just Haunt Your Dreams

    Things We Saw Today

    Every year, the British town of Weston-super-Mare hosts a sand-sculpting competition, and… look, screw context. Here's a half-completed sand sculpture of Gollum. Visit the A.V. Club for sliiiightly less scary sand sculptures of Yoda, King Kong, and Captain Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones. Have fun sleeping tonight.

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  4. Ready Player One Author Will Give You a DeLorean if You Can Solve the Puzzle in His Book

    If you want a 1981 DeLorean, your bet shot at living that dream may be right around the corner. Ernest Cline, the author of the novel Ready Player One has announced he may be giving the car away to one of the readers of the novel. Why only "may be"? In order to win the car, readers will have to uncover a puzzle hidden in the book, the solution of which points to three seperate video game challenges. If someone can find and complete the challenges, then and only then will they be the recipient of the fabled DeLorean.

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