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Things We Saw Today: Daniel Radcliffe Getting His Horns Checked


Entertainment Weekly shares some new photos of Horns, the adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel, starring Daniel Radcliffe. I like to think this is exactly the face we’d all have in the same situation. (via Film School Rejects)

  • The Lannisters Send Their Regards (From A Beach Somewhere) (via The Frisky)
  • Speaking of Game of Thrones, our very own Rebecca was recently interviewed by SciFiNow.com about how women fare on the series.
  • Sci-fi author Ann Crispin, writer of the Han Solo Trilogy, Star Trek novels, her own series Starbridge, and more, has passed away from cancer. (via io9)

Today’s Google Doodle honors Jane Addams, kickass feminist.

  • Star Trek Into Darkness writer Roberto Orci decided it was a good idea to comment on an article claiming Star Trek was broken (and how to fix it) and then respond to fans who also commented. One of his replies? “Fuck off!”  (via The Daily Dot)
  • Awesome geek dad sells vintage Spidey comic to fund daughter’s wedding. (via Blastr)
  • And speaking of weddings, The Special Events Group in Britain is searching for 100 couples who would like to get married to coincide with the Doctor Who 50th anniversary this November. It will cost each couple £2000 but it will likely be the experience of a lifetime and they’ll also be giving away prizes. (via The Radio Times)

Black Widow, Ponified by ~chotii on DeviantArt. (via fymarvelcrafts)

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  • Anonymous

    “Horns” is by far the best book I ever stopped reading–it was too scary and disturbing. But that picture looks spot on for that scene!

  • Anonymous

    I’d forgotten all about Horns. Book started out with a lot of promise, but the more I read the less interesting it became. For me at least, the author took the easy way out with a predictable and unsatisfying story line. I would have preferred the book be about discovery – how would a person adapt to living with and using such a power, and how might they effect those around them? The book dealt with that of course, but primarily went down a predictable road about a loser and the losers he surrounds himself with. Still, this could be a highly interesting movie.

  • Anonymous

    Are Roberto Orci and Dan Didio having some kind of contest to see which one can piss off the most fans?

  • Calum Syers

    Hey, hey, everyone. What’s wrong Dan, feeling horny? Badum-tish!

    No, no one laughing. I’ll promptly leave and never return.

  • Laura Truxillo

    A.C. Crispin? Aw, no. I read those books over and over when I was a kid. They were my literary comfort food.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a bit like I, Lucifer. Before reading the novel: “Hey, that sounds like a great premise for a black comedy!” Reading the novel: “Wait, what’s he… oh no. Don’t do that. Oh no.” End of the novel: :(

  • Karen

    is it just me, or is daniel radcliffe growing into david tennent?

  • Anonymous

    Someone marked Weetzie133′s comment as innapropriate, so I’m responding here.

    I agree. I don’t know what part of the story the sample was, I’d borrowed the book from the library so hadn’t had to risk any money on it. I was fascinated by the early parts of the book, where he’s trying to figure out what the heck is going on but then the book veers off into a story line that has nothing to do with his new situation.