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  1. Things We Saw Today: Samurai Jack Teams Up With the Doctor

    Togeher they will take on Daleku, the shape-shifting Master of Darkness.

    Man, if this Redbubble t-shirt were real and the Doctor had given Samurai Jack a lift, that whole "undoing the future that is Aku" thing would have been so much easier.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Our First Look At the Disney Villain’s Kids From Descendants

    I think I saw a Monster High set like this once.

    Welp, that is... pretty much how we expected them to look when we heard the words "Disney villain high school AU" for the first time. Starting left and going clockwise we have Booboo Stewart as Jafar's son Jay, Cameron Boyce as Cruella's son Carlos, Sofia Carlson as The Evil Queen's daughter Evie, and Dove Cameron as Maleficent's "Mal." (via Collider)

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  3. A New Star Wars VII Set Photo, Gareth Edwards Talks About His Spinoff, & Simon Pegg In Or Out?

    Star Wars VII News Roundup!

    No, that's not the Star Wars: Episode VII set photo, that's a still from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's CollegeHumor skit. But it's appropriate as today's Star Wars roundup features R2-D2, Pegg, plus new Star Wars spinoff director Gareth Edwards talking about his new gig, and more. 

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  4. Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Shaun of the Dead With a Look at All Three Cornetto Film Scripts

    Then we'll meet back at the Winchester and wait for this all to blow over!

    Ten years ago exactly, Shaun of the Dead was first released to in UK theaters. Of course, North American audiences wouldn't get a hold of the film for another five months, but that doesn't mean we can't honor it's decade-long legacy by perusing its script, along with the scripts for Hot Fuzz and At World's End.

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  5. Does Anyone Recognize These Men Who Claim to Have Kidnapped J.J. Abrams?

    Dammit Jim!

    Late last month these three unknown (totally known) men sent (tweeted) this picture to George Lucas (the internet), alleging that that they did not know where J.J. Abrams was, despite it appearing that the director of both the last two Star Trek films and the upcoming Star Wars VII was slumped behind them. The director has (not) been missing for at least a week. Anyone who can identify these three will (not) be eligible for a hefty reward from police. Previously in Star Trek

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Her Universe Doctor Who Dresses

    Things We Saw Today

    When we put these Ten and Eleven dresses in our annual Holiday Gift Guide they weren't for sale yet, but now they are! Treat yo' self. (Fashionably Geek)

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  7. Watch the Cornetto Trilogy Crew Take Team Nerdist Down In An All-Out Bowling War [Video]

    Wait, why are we surprised? They're good at everything

    All Star Celebrity Bowling is a great web series, but doesn't it ever feel like Chris Hardwick's needs to be taken down a peg? He brings on these celebrities every week to play a game that he's the best at and then beats them every time! Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg (along with Steve Jones from the Sex Pistols) certainly won't stand for that.

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  8. Watch Simon Pegg Prank the Entire Cast of Star Trek

    Dammit Jim!

    Simon Pegg started this prank with Chris Pine and it just spread throughout the rest of the crew. This never would have happened on a ship where the Captain came up as a science officer. Previously in Simon Pegg

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Lamb Chop’s Play-Along‘s Shari Lewis as Catwoman

    Things We Saw Today

    Jen Lewis has illustrated some of the superheroes as PBS—LeVar Burton, Bill Nye, Mister Rogers, and more—as fictional superheroes. Head to BuzzFeed for the entire set. This is the song that doesn't end. Yes it goes on and on my friend... (Laughing Squid)

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  10. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Cover “Get Lucky”

    We've seen stranger ways to plug a movie.

    Simon Pegg and Nick Frost made the rounds pretty heavily to promote The World's End, and last month they stopped in at Capital FM in London. While they were there they did a cover of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky." Fun fact: I have never heard "Get Lucky" so this is the version I will always think of when I hear it.

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