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I'll Allow It

A Heathers Musical Is Headed To Broadway Next Year

Corn nuts! 


Not a Misprint

Will Smith Is Going To Star In A Movie Where He Sails Manhattan Like A Boat

I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say magic is involved.


I See What They Did There

Watch Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill Start A Band, Star On Broadway

Matt Mira and Jonah Ray of The Nerdist crew recently travelled to London and accidentally wound up starting a successful band with Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill. Watch their epic rise and tragic downfall in under three minutes!

Also, tangentially related, we just found our Darvill is taking over the role of “Guy” in Once on Broadway for the next nine months. So if you ever wanted to hear him sing in person, now’s your chance.

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“NYPD Officer’s Cat Missing for 2 Years Found, Returned by Zombie”

Welcome to the story that every journalist you follow is either gleefully writing a headline for or fuming that they can’t write about.


May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

The Next Catching Fire Character Gets A Capitol Portrait, Plus New York Loves The Hunger Games

We know The Hunger Games trilogy is great but apparently, one city just can’t get enough of it. New York! And just yesterday we showed you Effie Trinket’s fabulous Capitol Portrait. Many fans guessed the empty yellow chair would be filled by none other than Caesar Flickerman. Were they right? 


And All Was Right With the World

The Doctor Who Puppet Stars In A Very Rankin/Bass Christmas Special [VIDEO]

Alisa Stern, creator of the Doctor puppet resembling Matt Smith from Doctor Who, swears she started work on this video before the BBC announced “The Snowmen” Christmas Special (which, if you live in the U.S. you’ll be watching soon!). It’s got a familiar look to it that will inspire memories of Christmases past and has a happy ending. What more could you ask for?

(via The Doctor Puppet’s Tumblr)

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Make It So

You’ll Never Hit 88 Miles Per Hour In This DeLorean Taxi

It’s true that New York taxis usually drive like maniacs but it’s pretty difficult to get up to 88 mph in Manhattan. Unless you’ve got a hover conversion, of course. Unfortunately, this isn’t real. Mike Lubrano imagined what a Back to the Future taxi would look like for a NYC fashion house called Nooka. Hit the jump to see it with the doors open.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Blizzard Offers In Game Kittens in Hurricane Relief Promotion

Shortly after Blizzard took the plunge and began offering exclusive in-game pets to World of Warcraft players for real money they started offering them to benefit charity. The Cinder Kitten above goes for $10, and all of those dollars will go to the Red Cross’ Sandy efforts. (Wow Insider)


The Mary Sue

Coming To New York Comic Con Next Week? Party With The Mary Sue & Her Universe!

It’s true! We’re coming to New York Comic Con 2012 and we want to meet you! What better way to do that then by hosting a party with‘s Ashley Eckstein, voice of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: The Clone Wars! Want to join us? Hit the jump to find out how! 


It Belongs in a Museum!

Researchers Track Down Fifty Former “Miss Subways” for Museum Exhibit; Uncover Many Cute Old Ladies

The Miss Subways program ran from 1941 to 1976, seeking out women passengers on the city of New York’s 209 mile subway system in order to feature their picture and a small blurb about their lives on every subway car for a month. Eligible misses simply had to be New Yorkers and regular subway riders. Is it any wonder, then, that the program featured so many young working women, in an era when the working woman was only just beginning to become a mainstream idea? And that so many of those ladies went on to become pretty accomplished?

We might never know more about them than those brief blurbs on their old subway car features, if not for the efforts of Fiona Gardner and Amy Zimmer, a photographer and journalist team who tracked down fifty Miss Subways and found out more about them for Brooklyn’s Transit Museum.