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  1. Robert Rodriguez to Write and Direct Warner Bros.’ Live-Action Jonny Quest

    Sim, sim, salabim!

    After years in development, an adaptation of the Hanna-Barbera classic show, Jonny Quest, may now actually see the light of day as a live-action film, with director Robert Rodriguez at the helm.

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  2. Feminist Lisa Frank Will Knock Your Rainbow Unicorn Socks Off

    We love Lisa Frank. Full stop. But we also really appreciate when the internet takes Lisa Frank and injects it with an extra dose of amazing. Like that time we posted "If Lisa Frank Designed The Game Of Thrones House Sigils" or "Our Favorite Nerd Celebrities Are Wearing Lisa Frank." The Feminist Lisa Frank tumblr also makes sure to be inclusive while employing a lovely bit of snark when necessary. We approve.

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  3. But Why, Though? McDonald’s Reboots the Hamburglar as a Legit Creeper

    You may never have thought The Hamburglar wasn't creepy but a newly relaunched version from McDonald's sure does kick it up a notch.

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  4. Lifetime Brings Us the Scandalous Unauthorized Full House Movie We Didn’t Need

    Comet was a drunk.

    Full House seems to be going through a renaissance lately! First there was Sad Full House, then there's the upcoming reboot Fuller House, and now, Lifetime has green-lit The Unauthorized Full House Story. I guess people really wanna know about that Beach Boys cameo?

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  5. The Mary Sue Review: IDW’s Jem and the Holograms #1 – The Fun is Just Getting Started

    Should you pick up Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's book?

    Yes, it's true. The Mary Sue got an early review copy of IDW Publishing's Jem and the Holograms #1 and didn't share it with you. Just like our Jem dolls. But at least in this case we can share our thoughts!

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  6. Mike Epps and Nia Long Will Star in ABC’s Uncle Buck TV Pilot

    The return of the '80s continues.

    If there's one way to make the '80s remake machine a lot easier to get behind, it's diversity.

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  7. Prepare for a Theme Song Showdown: Disney Launching New DuckTales, Netflix Picks Up Inspector Gadget

    No it's too late they're both STUCK IN MY HEAD AT ONCE.

    Pictured above: the primary factor that convinced Disney to embark on this new project. Err, the primary factors, I suppose. Such shiny, shiny factors.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: The Only BBC Amusement Park We Want to Visit

    The Doctor Who Wibbly Wobbly Carousel? The Pemberly Tunnel of Love? The SherLOCKED rollercoaster? Sign us up! [Click to embiggen] (via PopSmoothie)

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  9. Get Ready to Sing the Blues: Adventures in Babysitting Is Getting a Reboot as a Disney Channel TV Movie

    Don't worry. We'll get home. This has all just been a big mistake.

    Don't FUCK with Adventures in Babysitting!

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  10. Travel to the Past in the Near Future on a Cruise That Takes You to the 1980s

    Or go by DeLorean if you can hitch a ride back with Marty McFly next year.

    When this cruise hits 88 miles per hour, you're going to see some serious shit.

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  11. Childhood Memories: What Does Your Nostalgia Hoard Reveal About You?

    Space Princess as a valid career goal, pants, and other important things.

    As popular as nostalgia is right now (and who hasn't freaked out because they saw a t-shirt with '90's X-men cartoon Gambit on it and spent nearly thirty bucks on it? Right?) we obviously don't have access to a time machine to go back and badger our past selves into keeping everything. So... unless you have access to an actual bunker and were able to keep all of the things, you're probably something like me, and have kept a few important pieces that remind you of how cool, baby you was.

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  12. Life Lessons Learned From Labyrinth, Redux: You Remind Me of the Babe

    Seven more life lessons!

    Ever since I wrote the original Life Lessons Learned from Labyrinth article, I couldn't stop thinking of more! There are few things I love more than Labyrinth, Sarah Williams, and that pesky Goblin King, Jareth. And Hoggle. And Sir Didymus and Ludo. The Bog of Eternal Stench can just stay the heck away. And... okay, stop. Focus. Without further ado, I give you seven more important life lessons learned from Labyrinth!

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  13. Gross: Honda is Using Jem, Skeletor, Strawberry Shortcake, & Stretch Armstrong to Sell Cars This Holiday Season

    The 80s nostalgia is strong with this one.

    What... what is happening?

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  14. My Little Pony: The Complete Series DVD Review

    Little horse, big nostalgia.

    Before bronies, before pegasisters, before Weird Al and his cheese accordion cutie mark, there was the '80s My Little Pony series. And now the classic MLP has a hoof-up on its popular modern reboot, Friendship is Magic: the entire original show is finally available on one four-disc DVD set.

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  15. Pee-wee’s Playhouse on Blu-Ray and—Wait, Paul Reubens Says a New Movie Announcement Is Imminent!?

    Is "new Pee-wee Herman movie" the secret word of the day? Because we're all screaming real loud.

    Come in and pull yourself up a chair. Paul Reubens has some exciting things to say about the big reveal of the new Pee-wee movie.

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  16. So Actual Working Hoverboards Are Real? As Long As Magnets?

    Back to the Present is more like it, amiright?

    So maybe it's not exactly like the Marty McFly hoverboard of our dreams, but it's a step in the right direction.

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  17. Gerard Parkes, Fraggle Rock‘s Doc, Has Passed Away

    "Dance your cares away / Worry's for another day."

    It's a sad story for Fraggle fans today, as Gerard Parkes - better known as Doc - has passed away.

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  18. The Book of Life and the Importance of Death in Children’s Movies

    Spoilers for... everything.

    By all accounts, The Book of Life is going to be something special. Whether it proves to be a good movie or a mediocre one (my money’s on the former), it already stands out for its representation of Mexican culture, distinct art direction, and stop motion-esque CGI animation. Perhaps what is most striking about The Book of Life, though, is its direct approach to death.

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  19. New Yahoo Series “Other Space” Brings Together MST3K Cast Members & Paul Feig

    This is Big McLargeHuge news!

    Paul Feig is kind of having a great time at the moment. Not only is he heading up that all-female reboot of Ghostbusters, but now he's also reuniting the Mystery Science Theater 3000 cast for a new Yahoo series!

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  20. Remember That Rainbow Brite Reboot We Told You About? We’ve Got The Colorful Trailer.

    I never did get that rainbow horse...

    As we previously reported, Hannah Montana's Emily Osment will be voicing Rainbow Brite in this new series. Thanks to the first trailer, we now also know Molly Ringwald will be voicing the villain. But, well, we'll let you see for yourselves...

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