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  1. Things We Saw Today: A Condensed, 8-Bit Version of The Walking Dead

    It's dangerous to go alone.

    If you're behind on The Walking Dead, this 8-bit NES-style recap should get you shambling up to speed in no time.

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  2. 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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  3. NBC Is Bringing Heroes Back To TV Despite No One Wanting That Ever

    Will saving the cheerleader also save the writing on this show?

    Ah, 2006; that innocent time when Twitter was brand-new, Pluto was still a planet, and Heroes was the best show on TV. Little did we know that slowly, over the next few years, this wonderful superhero drama would become a sad version of the show we once loved. But don't worry, Heroes fans (?), because NBC is out of original ideas bringing it back.

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  4. Lucasfilm Says J.J. Abrams Is Not Leaving Star Wars: Episode VII

    May The Force Be With You

    "Was J.J. Abrams planning on leaving Star Wars VII?", you may ask. Well, you're confusion is justified, as there have been little more than typical rumors on the subject. Still, Lucasfilm issued a statement yesterday stating that J.J. Abrams will continue to happily work away at the next Star Wars film. The company apparently felt that the small amount of online speculation that Abrams was dropping out needed to be addressed, and responded swiftly to assure us that J.J. Abrams will in fact continue his monopoly on big budget films with "star" in the title for the foreseeable future.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: A The Walking Dead SDCC’13 Exclusive Poster Illustrated By Alex Ross

    Things We Saw Today

    This zombie-packed poster will be available at San Diego Comic Con to celebrate season 4 of The Walking Dead, drawn by legendary comic artists Alex Ross, Head over to Slash Film to see the SDCC The World's End poster and a How to Train Your Dragon poster created by Drew Struzan.

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  6. Star Trek Into Darkness Goes, and Goes, Just Not Very Boldly


    Into Darkness, that colon-less second installment of New Trek kicking off the summer season is a lot of things, including plentifully humorous, bombastic, well-designed, and confused about its purpose. Like the villain that menaced us from all those teaser posters, Into Darkness makes us wonder what, ultimately, it’s up to. Identity is a key factor to wonder about as, two movies in, even casual Trekkie patience is worn thin by a stream of visual and idealistic incursions that belong to other films. Make no mistake; Into Darkness is a good popcorn-crunching experience, swift on its feet and full of action and jokes. It’s just not, like its predecessor, much of a Star Trek film. Ensign, take us to SPOILERS.

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  7. Spock vs. Spock Makes for the Greatest Car Ad of All Time [Video]

    It's rare that a TV commercial rises to the level of high art, but damned if Audi didn't just nail it right here. In nearly three minutes of Spock on Spock action, we've got the following: Chess, swearing, Leonard Nimoy singing "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins," a 'hand against the glass' gag, and even a Vulcan nerve pinch for good measure. And if you're wondering which one ends up being the one true Spock...just kidding. You weren't really wondering that, were you? Don't feel bad, though, Mr. Quinto. Leonard's just been at this a lot longer than you have.

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  8. I Guess This Charming Leonard Nimoy/Zachary Quinto Sketch is a Car Commercial Or Something

    To Boldly Go

    Zachary Quinto and Leonard Nimoy shill for Audi, but you'll forgive them after you watch this video full of fake coughing, nerve pinches, and even everybody's furry footed hero. (via io9.)

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  9. Emma Watson, Zachary Quinto, & The Pitch Perfect Cast Experience Ellen’s Kid Reporters


    The other day we posted a still from this interview session of Star Trek's Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine with The Ellen Show's kid reporters/singing sensations, Sophia Grace and Rosie. The video has surfaced and features the adorable duo speaking with a few other stars backstage at the MTV Movie Awards. I'm not sure what part is my favorite, their photo-op with Emma Watson or watching the cast of Pitch Perfect try to upstage them at their speciality. (via Jezebel) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. What Does Star Trek Into Darkness Have In Common With Princesses?

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    So much wonderful in this photo, it doesn't even need to be explained. In other news, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine are counting the minutes until they can talk about Star Trek Into Darkness for real. "The good news is we're about two weeks away from being able to actually talk about it," Quinto told MTV, with Pine adding, "It'll be nice not to have to lie anymore." Now, release the video from this interview ASAP, Ellen. (via MTV Geek) Previously in Star Trek

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