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  1. Things We Saw Today: History’s Sassiest Raptors

    We do move in herds!

    Spare no expense!

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  2. Things We Saw Today: The Illustration For “Human” In D&D Is Awesome

    You mean humans can be not generically stubbly white males? GASP

    The rules for the 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons seem to be getting everything right. First, they're inclusive of all different kinds of gender identity. Now, they're even illustrating "humans" as not generic white male game characters. Thanks, D&D. You rule. (via Twitter)

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  3. Frozen Animation Director Ready To Move On From That Time He Said Women Are Hard To Animate

    What do you want us to do? You want us to "let it..." Say it. You have to say it.

    Lino DiSalvo recently sat down with The Globe and Mail to talk about leaving Disney and the awkward legacy that being Animation Director on Frozen has had for his career. It's not surprising that working on the Oscar-winning film had its drawbacks for DiSalvo, who pulled an Ubisoft in a now-notorious 2013 statement where he claimed female characters are "really, really hard to animate" because animators have to "keep them pretty." But did DiSalvo learn anything from the controversy?

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Nintendo Belly Warmers Will Help Keep You Warm

    Winter is coming, after all!

    Haramaki, also known as belly warmers, are now available with Nintendo designs from Japanese company Hobonichi.

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  5. Our First Look at Frozen‘s Anna In Once Upon a Time

    Love is a boring outfit.

    The question on everyone's mind (well, mine): Is Anna's (Elizabeth Lail) costume on Once Upon a Time going to be better than Elsa's Party City knockoff. The answer is yes, though not by much, if I'm being completely honest. Where are your vibrant colors, girl?! Sven disapproves.

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  6. Frozen Writer Will Adapt A Wrinkle In Time For Disney

    Do you want to fight the Black Thing?

    Madeline L'Engle's 1962 book A Wrinkle In Time has so many things to love. An emotionally immature adolescent protagonist who also happens to be female? Yes please. Ancient supernatural beings who act as the hero's advisors and guardians, who also happen to be female? Heck yes. And now, an upcoming movie adaptation from the female writer who made Frozen? Holy Tessarects, are we excited.

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  7. Marvel Studios President Says We’ll See A Female-Led Film “Sooner Rather Than Later”

    We'll be there with bells on.

    Hey! Did you guys know there are a lot of people who would like to see a female-led superhero movie? It's true! And thankfully, it's a point of discussion that's gotten too loud to ignore. In an interview with Comic Book Resources, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige addressed the question we've been asking since, oh, forever: just how long before we see a female-led Marvel film?

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  8. More Elsa and Kristoff in New Pictures of Frozen In Once Upon A Time

    Aw, cuties! I'm gonna keep you.

    In case you were worried about the fate of poor Sven the reindeer in Once Upon a Time's Frozen storyline, worry no longer: he's definitely in there.

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  9. PBS Idea Channel Asks: Why Are People So Obsessed With Frozen?

    They even make a "Let it Go" joke, so we don't have to!

    Don't get me wrong, I liked Frozen.  But... you know, casually. Not with the all-encompassing devotion and enthusiasm that I see many people still enjoying long after the film's release. PBS Idea Channel has decided to finally dip their toes into the discussion to talk the one thing I don't think I've seen people talked about yet —why the film has inspired so many thinkpieces to begin with.

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  10. Once Upon a Time Chose the Perfect Actor to Play Hans. Also, Hi John Rhys-Davies!

    "We finish each others'—" "Second breakfasts!"

    Ladies and gents, we have our Hans.

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