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  1. The Mary Sue Exclusive: A LEGO Brickumentary Clip Celebrates Ladies Who LEGO

    That Rivendell, tho.

    In this exclusive clip from the Jason Bateman-narrated A LEGO Brickumentary, champion builder Alice Finch shows off her incredible model of Rivendell and talks about LEGO's increasingly gender-neutral focus and the importance of teaching girls to build.

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  2. Really This Time. Arrested Development Has An Official Release Date.

    Officially Official

    Much like the Bluth Family, Netflix's Arrested Development season had a few hiccups along the way. But now it looks like we can say with real certainty the premiere will be May 26th. But wait! There's more good news!

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  3. Kristen Wiig Will Be Young Lucille Bluth In Season Four of Arrested Development

    Good News Everyone!

    Fans of hilarity, we have some good news for you: Kristen Wiig is set to guest star in the fourth season of Arrested Development as the younger version of Bluth clan matriarch Lucille (Jessica Walter), Goddess of Bitter Snark.

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  4. Critic Reviews Melissa McCarthy’s New Film By Calling Her Fat

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    Perhaps it's time for some critics to go back to school. Why? Because they're giving other critics a bad name by not understanding the job. The latest perpetrator is New York Observer’s Rex Reed, who decided he might as well comment on Melissa McCarthy's weight in his review of Identity Thief because...because...nope, sorry, can't think of a single reason. 

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  5. Get A Banner Ready: New Arrested Development Hits Netflix In May

    You guys, have you heard THE BEST news? Word dropped last night that new episodes of Arrested Development will make their debut on Netflix sometime in May. That means you've got just a few short months to brush up on your Bluth family apocrypha before the debut by giving the show another watch through or ten. Conceivably, this also means a chance to watch it in the first place if you haven't already. There must be people out there who haven't, right? If you're one of them, go watch it right now. Yes, like right now right now.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Every Harry Potter Chapter Illustration in One Place

    Things We Saw Today

    Mary GrandPré, the illustrator behind the book art for the Harry Potter series, is responsible for some of the most recognizable images in modern literature. Now, Reddit user alcfood compiled every piece of chapter art from the British version of the books. Click here for the full image. (via Bit Rebels)

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  7. The Arrested Development Series and Movie Are Still Definitely Happening and Everyone Is on Board

    And All Was Right With the World

    We know, we know. We keep covering the Arrested Development movie as if we don't know it's definitely going to happen, even though we know that it is, along with a new series that will be streamed exclusively on Netflix. (It is Definitely Happening in 2013.) However, we like to make sure that all of our ducks are in a row. In this case, the cast and original writing staff. Good news: all those ducks have signed on to write the new series and screenplay. They even have an office and parking spaces!

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  8. Arrested Development Creator Announces New Shows Ahead of the Movie, All of Which Are Definitely Happening

    Officially Official

    We would never lie to you about this: Late yesterday, news broke that Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz was shopping around an abbreviated series of the show -- nine or ten new episodes -- that will air on either Showtime or Netflix. Yes, you heard that correctly: Netflix. And also, new episodes of Arrested Development. And yes, the movie is still happening.

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  9. Arrested Development to Return for One Limited Season Before Fabled Movie

    At the New Yorker Festival last night, Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz and most of the show's cast participated in a panel discussion regarding the show, and Hurwitz revealed that the show would be returned for a limited television season -- about nine to ten episodes long -- leading up to the fabled Arrested Development movie. The original cast would return, reprising their roles, and each episode would focus on a main character of the show, which Hurwitz feels would provide enough backstory to get the movie started without having to spend half of the movie telling the story of where each character has been for the past five years. Hurwitz explains:

    "Just creatively, I have been working on the screenplay for a long time and found that as time went by, there was so much more to the story. In fact, where everyone’s been for five years became a big part of the story. So in working on the screenplay, I found even if I just gave five minutes per character to that back story, we were halfway through the movie before the characters got together.”

    Hurwitz claims he and his team are about 80 percent finalized for all of your Arrested Development dreams to take place, with the popular rumor floating around the Internet that the limited-run series would air on Showtime or Netflix.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Batman Serenades Spock

    Things We Saw Today

    Spock is not impressed. But we have to admit, now we kind of ship it. (At Full of Whoa)

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  11. Jason Bateman and Will Arnett are Filming Content for Call of Duty‘s Elite Service

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    If you fancy yourself both a Call of Duty enthusiast and a fan of the late-but-great Arrested Development, you're in luck! Two of the bluths--Will Arnett and Jason Bateman, to be exact--have been signed on by Activision to record some exclusive Elite video content. Will this tide us over until the movie? (Which is still totally, really happening?)

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  12. Paul

    This movie has Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Sigourney Weaver, Seth Rogan, and Gilbert Gottfreid in it. It looks more than solid, but we're looking forward to the movie's attempts to convince us that Jason Bateman is a man in black. (via Blastr.)

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