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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Gummy Bear’s Skeleton

This makes zero sense but I enjoy it anyway. Currently out of stock on ThinkGeek.com. (via Geek Alerts)

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This Makes Sense

Why Yes, Frank Darabont Is Still Pretty Angry Over The Whole Walking Dead Firing Thing

The Walking Dead has gone through a few showrunners since Frank Darabont was fired by AMC back in 2011 but it seems time hasn’t healed those particular wounds just yet.

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That’s Gonna Be -2 CON Damage: Warner Bros. Just Acquired the Movie Rights to Dungeons & Dragons

Buckle up. One of hallowed bastions of nerddom with one of the worst records at making a related movie that is in any way watchable has just been optioned for another adaptation. That’s right. Warner Bros. wants to make a Dungeons & Dragons movie.

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Cautiously Optimistic

Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen Might Co-Star In, Get Stepped On By Godzilla

Gareth EdwardsGodzilla remake has had a shaky time of things so far. It’s had a bazillion or so people working on its script (OK, more like five), which is usually not a good sign. And last month it lost two of its producers. But with original The Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont working on what is hopefully the script’s last rewrite and the start of production scheduled for March, it’s time for Edwards et. al. to move things along a bit. And that means casting.

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Just Go With It

AMC’s The Walking Dead Hires Its Third Showrunner, Puts Superglue On All Office Chairs

We were fairly surprised last December when news broke of The Walking Dead’s Glen Mazzara leaving the show. Not so much for the decision of course but because this was the second showrunner to exit the popular cable series in as many years. Now a third individual has entered the apocalypse fray and we hope they last the night. 

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AMC’s The Walking Dead Loses Another Showrunner, Gets Renewed For A 4th Season

Does The Walking Dead have cooties or something? 

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The Walking Dead Breaks AMC Ratings Records, Plus More on Michonne

Sunday night’s season finale of The Walking Dead drew a whopping 9 million viewers, a record for AMC. A solid two thirds of that viewership were in the 18-49 age demographic, both numbers proving huge jumps since the second half of the season premiered last month. But also consider this: this happened after a big chunk of the budget was cut and in the first full season without the original showrunner, Frank Darabont. I think it’s safe to say that Glen Mazzara has more than fulfilled his duties since taking over. Also inside: More information about the casting of Danai Gurira as Michonne.

By the way, I’m going to go ahead and talk about things that happened during the second season, so if you’re saving yourself and don’t want to read spoilers, read no further.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Harley Quinn As Superman

Well here’s something I never thought I’d see. Harley Quinn dressed up as Superman. You can thank Eric Stettmeier of the Toyriffic blog for swapping Harley into all sorts of personas. You’ll also see  her as Wonder Woman, a Stormtrooper, Bob Ross and more. Yes, I said Bob Ross. Now check out what else we saw today.

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Bloody Good Fun

The Walking Dead If It Was Part of NBC’s Family-Friendly Lineup of the 1990s [Video]

Well, this is heartwarming! The Walking Dead, re-imagined as a golly-gosh family sitcom borrowing the theme song to Growing Pains! I remember watching this with the fam in the mid-’90s, laughing right along with the studio audience when Homeless Zombie showed up. (This was before Kramer, you guys.) Anyway, if this is any indication of what Frank Darabont had planned before he was fired, then I just don’t get Hollywood anymore. Not. At. All.

(via Blastr)

Previously in The Walking Dead

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The Walking Dead Gets a 16-Episode Order For Its Third Season

Great news for AMC‘s The Walking Dead coming out of the Television Critics Association press tour: The third season of the show has just gotten a 16-episode order! After a successful second season, the AMC drama has increased its usual season by three episodes, showing faith in the show as well as its new showrunner, Glen Mazzara. That means even more brains, glazed over zombies eyes … and hopefully, more action than we saw in the first half of the second season.

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