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Things We Saw Today: An Academy Award Face Swap
by Jill Pantozzi | 5:30 pm, February 23rd, 2013
Dustin Glick at NextMovie.com has taken posters or scenes from this year’s Academy Award nominees and swapped faces for some really interesting results.
- Learn how to be a Jedi in a lightsaber class in San Francisco. (via The Frisky)
- Writer Will Brooker didn’t like how women were represented in comic books so he created My So-Called Secret Identity with artist Susan Shore and PhD student Sarah Zaidan. The story follows Cat, a PhD student who creates her own secret identity. (via The Guardian)
The Hollywood Reporter featured this Tim Burton Frankenweenie illustration in their Oscar issue.
- Cover art by John Romita, Sr. from the famous Amazing Spider-Man issue where Gwen Stacy bit the dust, just went for $268,000 dollars at auction. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- The CW has cast actress Yael Grobglas for the lead role of America Singer in The Selection. It’s based on the young adult novel by Kiera Cass. (via Deadline)
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