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  1. Things We Saw Today: Astrid’s How to Train Your Dragon 2 Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    J-14.com got the exclusive first look at How to Train Your Dragon 2's Astrid and Stormfly.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: The Internet’s Definitive Picture of Hugh Jackman with a Mullet

    Things We Saw Today

    For now, at least. This was taken on day one of Hugh Jackman filming Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie. We could have an entire movie of mulleted Wolverine coming up. I’m frightened. (io9)

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  3. WWE’s $10 Streaming Television Network Is Exactly What We Want from Other Networks, Minus the Wrestling

    Unless they want to put some robots or aliens in the ring. We'd probably watch that.

    A lot of people are probably going to want to (pretend to) punch me in the face for saying this, but professional wrestling—well, the WWE kind, anyway—is really silly. That's why we're incredibly surprised to find ourselves so excited about WWE's streaming television network, because it's exactly what we'd like to see for TV's future.

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  4. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Tweets About Meeting With Warner Bros., Takes Me Back To 2001

    If you liked it then you should have put a Lantern Ring on it

    It seems to be par for the course these days. Celebrities tweeting about how they've been having meetings about this or that role for XYZ blockbuster. But on New Year's Eve, Dwayne Johnson got me to sit up and pay attention. He told the world he'd bet with Warner Bros. about a DC Comics project. 

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  5. Marvel Gives Former WWE Champion David Bautista Guardians of the Galaxy Role

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    Well, at least no one can say he doesn't look the part, right? 

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  6. The 7 Best Harlem Shake Videos the Internet’s Produced Since Last Week

    Okay, folks. Looks like people really, really love the Harlem Shake meme that's still making the rounds. It might be slowly dying off at this point, but a number of late bloomers joined the party since we last posted about the best Harlem Shake videos the Internet's produced so far. Given that some of those made over the past week are actually quite good, they really deserve their own roundup. Hit the jump to check out the seven best Harlem Shake videos the Internet's produced since last week.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Gloriously Geeky Equality

    Things We Saw Today

    This piece, worn by Eric, an IT director, is an all-encompassing celebration of pride, equality, and tolerance -- displayed in the nerdiest maner possible: binary. That portion reads as follows: “All men and women are created equal." (via Fashionably Geek)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Alfred Cleaning Batman

    Things We Saw Today

    There's really nothing to say about this picture of Alfred cleaning Batman's cowl with a toothbrush (while he's wearing it) except that it made both Susana and myself squeal with delight. That's gotta mean something, right?  (via LiterateKnits) What other wonders did we find on the internet today? 

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  9. THQ Punishes Used Game Buyers

    In what will probably be the latest big gaming controversy, publisher THQ decided to hamper their used games via one-time codes that unlock online functionality. After THQ's announced plans to hamper their used games by including a single-use code that allows online play in their upcoming Smackdown vs. Raw 2011, the publisher's creative director Corey Ledesma made some rather controversial statements to CVG regarding the move:

    "I don't think we really care whether used game buyers are upset because new game buyers get everything. So if used game buyers are upset they don't get the online feature set I don't really have much sympathy for them.
    That's a little blunt but we hope it doesn't disappoint people. We hope people understand that when the game's bought used we get cheated.
    I don't think anyone wants that so in order for us to make strong, high-quality WWE games we need loyal fans that are interested in purchasing the game. We want to award those fans with additional content."

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