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Things We Saw Today: Take Down a Miniature Tokyo With This Godzilla Ring
by Rebecca Pahle | 5:30 pm, October 20th, 2013
Unfortunately this ring by Etsy seller UrbanHunting has already been snapped up by some Godzilla fan with good taste in jewelry and $500 to spare. You’re safe this time, Tokyo. This time. (via Fashionably Geek)
- Diablo Cody lays down a truth on women in the film industry: “As a woman you’re still expected to constantly prove yourself, whereas men are allowed to have flops without people blaming it on their gender. If a man has a flop, people will blame it on a variety of factors. But if a woman directs a movie and it doesn’t do well, suddenly it’s because she’s a woman. That’s aggravating to me.” (The Frisky)
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- Gravity co-writer Jonás Cuarón, son of writer/director Alfonso Cuarón, is going from outer space to under the sea to write a movie about Atlantis for Warner Bros.. (/Film)
- Season five of Community has a release date: January 2, 2014. (Deadline)