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  1. 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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  2. Okay, But Why Aren’t We All Talking About How George Takei Lip Synced To “Let It Go?”

    Of course, it's not like he cares what we're going to say. Ehh? Ehhhhh?

    I know we all have busy lives and we're still more or less trying to recover from Comic-Con, but this video has been out for, like, two months. Why aren't we talking about it constantly?

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  3. New Once Upon A Time Season 4 Trailer Is Here

    Winter is coming, Storybrooke.

    Yesterday's Comic-Con Once Upon A Time panel debuted a trailer for Season 4. What do you guys think?

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  4. Here’s Our First Look at Frozen‘s Elsa In Once Upon a Time

    "Nice Wig, Elsa. What it's made of?" "YOUR MOM'S CHEST HAIR."

    Yup. That's Elsa alright. Elsa as played by Georgina Haig in the season four premiere "A Tale of Two Sisters," to be precise. Her dress looks a little Party City to me; maybe Once should hire a cosplayer or two for their costume department.

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  5. Frozen’s Prince Hans Will Appear in Once Upon a Time, Here’s Who Should Play Him

    Be prepared to finish some sandwiches.

    We already have Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff, so it was only a matter of time before it was announced that Hans would be making the trip to Storybrooke as well. The "well-bred prince with a chip on his shoulder" will join Georgina Haig, Elizabeth Lail, and Scott Michael Foster in the next season of OUAT. But who should play him? Quick, let's speculate wildly!

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  6. 50 Female-Directed Movies You Should Watch, Part 1: The Mainstream

    It's party time! Party time! Excellent!

    Welcome to day one of our week-long series of films by female directors. Today: Mainstream movies. All hail Wayne's World.

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  7. 17 San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Exclusives To Consider Spending Your Hard-Earned Money On

    No, I can't bring them all home for you.

    LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS!

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  8. The Creators of Once Upon a Time Tell Us What to Expect From Their Frozen Story

    Do you wanna build a curse? We do that all the tiiiiiiime.

    Once Disney's animated feature Frozen skyrocketed in popularity, it was inevitable the characters would show up on ABC's Once Upon a Time. But they really didn't waste any time, revealing the back of "Elsa" in the Season 3 finale. Now just a few problems—they had to find someone to play her for a real and write her into the story.

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  9. Summer Box-Office Problems Likely Stem From Lack of Content for Women, Surprising No One

    Except maybe the movie execs who keep making these decisions.

    According to data from the Motion Picture Association of America, the young male demographic that most big Hollywood movies are aimed at is making fewer trips to the theater and hurting box-office totals. Who is spending money at the movies? Women, and movies aimed at women are reaping the benefits. So, you know, any time you want to get on that Black Widow movie, Marvel...

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  10. Parents Want to Make Snowmen Babies And Name Them Elsa, Katniss, Khaleesi, or Hazel

    Hermiones of the world, the pressure is now off.

    In give-or-take the next nine months, the world may receive living, breathing, pooping proof that strong female characters have an influence that resonates outside their respective mediums. According to Nameberry, many parents are considering names from Young Adult literature and movies.

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