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Arrow Gets Its Flash Plus, Justin Bieber Might Be Carrie Kelley In Man Of Steel 2 (What?)

We knew the clock was ticking on casting The Flash on The CW’s Arrow. Luckily, they picked someone before the day of the shoot. Glee star Grant Gustin is your new Barry Allen. Hit the jump for all the details plus a great side-by-side comparison of Justin Bieber and DC Comics’ Carrie Kelley. And also the reason why we would do such a thing.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: King Joffrey Cuddling A Puppy

Game of Thrones’ Jack Gleeson helping his image considerably. Watch the Vine of this adorable meeting here. (via Daily Mail

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Archie Comics Gets a Live-Action Movie Deal With Pitch Perfect & Glee Team Attached

Ok, so the above image is from the MAC’s Archie’s Girls cosmetics line but this news is for real. Archie is headed to the big screen. 

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Things We Saw Today: Empire Magazine‘s Man of Steel Cover

Please tell me I’m not the only one reminded of Rob Liefeld‘s bulbous-chested Captain America here. Just a little bit, for just a second. It’s the angle! You can see two more pics—one of Jor-El, one of General Zod—at /Film.

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Things We Saw Today: Jonathan Coulton Sticking It To Glee

The saga that is musician Jonathan Coulton vs. FOX/Glee continues (read up if you’re not familiar). Coulton has released his original cover version on iTunes, Google, and Amazon under the name, “Baby Got Back (In the Style of Glee).” He’s going split the proceeds between The VH1 Save the Music Foundation and The It Gets Better Project and even joked Glee should do the same. As of publishing this post, Coulton’s song has surpassed all the other songs from that episode of Glee on the charts. (via Geekosystem)

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Things We Saw Today: How to Make a Lockpick Out of Your Underwire

No. No no no no no no no. no.

Glee Says Coulton Should Be Happy for the Exposure They’re Giving Him by Not Mentioning Him At All

Well, they aired it, seemingly unchanged. And it’s now for sale in the US iTunes store. They also got in touch with my peeps to basically say that they’re within their legal rights to do this, and that I should be happy for the exposure (even though they do not credit me, and have not even publicly acknowledged that it’s my version – so you know, it’s kind of SECRET exposure). While they appear not to be legally obligated to do any of these things, they did not apologize, offer to credit me, or offer to pay me, and indicated that this was their general policy in regards to covers of covers. It does not appear that I have a copyright claim, but I’m still investigating the possibility (which I consider likely) that they used some or all of my audio. I’ll write something longer and more detailed about this when I can get my head together about it probably in a couple of days. Thanks for your support, but please continue not to burn anything down.Jonathan Coulton, in a recent update to his blog.

Last night Glee returned after a holiday hiatus with the episode “Sadie Hawkins” and a soft-rock version of “Baby Got Back,” that is unmistakably nerd-rocker Jonathan Coulton’s soft-rock version of “Baby Got Back.” The musician updated fans and readers of his blog this morning with this information on Fox and Glee’s really absurd notion that “exposure” is his payment despite the fact that they have so far refused to publicly credit him with the arrangement. If Coulton hadn’t already had a strong, connected fanbase, nobody might have noticed that he’d been ripped off.

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It Looks Like Glee Did A Jonathan Coulton Song Without Request or Credit

Though the story is still developing, there isn’t really another way to put this: it looks an awful lot like one of the songs Glee is planning to include in its soon-to-be-returning fourth season is a soft-rock cover of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “Baby Got Back.” In fact, it’s a very specific soft rock cover of “Baby Got Back.” Nerd singer-songwriter Jonathan Coulton‘s cover. Which wouldn’t otherwise be a problem, except that Coulton himself was never actually contacted or asked about whether it could be used.

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Archie Comics Teams With MAC Cosmetics For New Makeup Line

Archie is a very busy man these days. In fact, he’s taking on a whole new brand for himself in the form of cosmetics! Archie Comics announced they’ll be pairing with MAC Cosmetics for a new line called ”MAC Archie’s Girls.” 

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Things We Saw Today: A Tiny Hat for a Tiny Gandalf

Here is the first look at the The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey LEGOs, which will be released December 1st, two weeks before the release of the film. But just look at that tiny hat! And the tiny beards! (via The Hollywood Reporter)

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