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  1. Rumor: Paul Feig Wants To Cast Peter Dinklage, Cecily Strong In Ghostbusters Reboot

    Very close to writing "boomor," friends. Look upon my restraint and despair.

    Sure, this is the second Ghostbusters story we've covered today. But I ain't afraid of no saturating the market.

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  2. Hot Trailer: Mila Kunis Cries Shiny Moon Tears, Rihanna is a Snake Person in MoonQuake Lake

    "What if when you go to the moon there's an asteroid, or something?"

    As you may have guessed, this is not a trailer for an actual movie (not that we'd put it past Hollywood). But it is in an actual movie. According to Pajiba, this is from, of all things, Annie. The titular character and her foster dad go to see MoonQuake Lake, which is apparently a Twilight knock off in which Mila Kunis is from the moon, Ashton Kutcher is a handsome man, and Rihanna is some sort of snake mermaid.

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  3. If Marvel Does Get Spider-Man It’ll Recast Andrew Garfield, But Wait…Is This Happening?

    Don't toy with our emotions

    Is there hope for Sony and Marvel to make a deal that will bring Spider-Man to the MCU? A new report suggests there might be.

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  4. Sony Hack Reveals Marvel Almost Got Spider-Man Back in Cross-Studio Deal With Disney

    ALL WE ARE SAAAAYIIIING, IS GIVE PETER A CHAAAAAANCE to hang out with Captain America.

    The hacking of reams and reams of internal files, communications, and contact information from Sony Entertainment could be part of the plot of a Hollywood navel-gazing drama, or part of an intricate web of consequences in a Neal Stephenson novel, but instead it's... actually happening.

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  5. An Abundance Of Robin Hoods: Get Ready For Hollywood’s Next Trend Character

    But how many will be foxes?

    Remember a few years back when you couldn't go to the movie theater without bumping into a Snow White movie? Or how last year it seemed like Hollywood was gonna get really into witches on TV again? Well, Hollywood might just have found its next type of character to hone in on with uncomfortable intensity and lots of repetition, and that character is Robin Hood.

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  6. Recent Sony Hack Reveals Huge Diversity Problems and Gender Pay Gap Among Top-Level Executives

    Who's surprised?

    On the off chance that you didn't already assume that an overwhelming majority of highly-paid movie executives in Hollywood are white and male, now the recent cyber attacks against Sony have proven that to be the case, at least for them. Thanks, maybe North Korea?

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  7. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 3: Games & Tech!

    No matter what one-liners may have you believe, playtime is never over. So, we've got a great selection of games and electronics gift ideas for Part 3 of this year's holiday gift guide!

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Teleport Your Eyes & See the World From Your Bellybutton

    why.

    Today in "lol whut" we have a very earnest and very bizarre Kickstarter aimed at bringing you some majorly tweaked eyesight. World, meet EYEteleporter, which wants to teleport your eyes. Periscopes, man. Periscopes. I'm assuming the products do not come with the cat included in their image gallery. (via Kickstarter)

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  9. Sony Pictures Reportedly Hacked and Brought to a Standstill With Threats of Blackmail

    "Give us the Spider-Man rights and no one gets hurt!" -Hackers?

    Yesterday, reports began flying that Sony Pictures' entire computer system had been locked up by a hacker group making undisclosed blackmail threats. We can only guess the hackers' demands have something to do with Spider-Man movie rights based on absolutely no information other than that's what we'd blackmail them for if it were us.

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  10. Walmart Isn’t Happy About That PS4 Scam, So They Idiot-Proofed Their Price Match Policy

    Roll back those prices policies.

    Yes, some people were really picking up $90 PlayStation 4s using a bogus 3rd party Amazon listing over the past few days. Of course, price matching is always up to store management, and they should've shut this down in the first place. But Walmart is no longer playing it fast and loose with employees' common sense.

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