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Michael Giacchino Had Four Weeks to Score Rogue One

Composing machine Michael Giacchino was brought in at the last minute to score Rogue One, but we didn't even realize how late of an addition he was to the Star Wars team.

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Things We Saw Today: Gaston Tries to Win Belle Over in New Beauty and the Beast Image

I know I'm not the only one who's excited for the upcoming live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, and ever since the trailer was released I've been on the lookout for any new reveals.

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Holly Hunter Returns to TV for Alan Ball’s New HBO Show

And it sounds like things are getting a little spoopy.

There are two things that make me very happy about this news: one, that Alan Ball (showrunner of Six Feet Under and True Blood) is in the process of working on yet another series for HBO; and two, Holly Hunter will be among the cast.

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James Gunn Releases Teaser Trailer For New Project The Belko Experiment

It's basically a bunch of suits being forced to do Battle Royale.

James Gunn must work non-stop. The Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 director is offering fans a peek at one of his newest films, The Belko Experiment.

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Anne Rice Wants a Vampire Chronicles TV Series

Fans of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles books have apparently been quietly campaigning for the series to be adapted for television–and the author herself says she’s personally working on making that happen. In a post to her Facebook page yesterday afternoon, Rice said that ownership of any theatrical rights have now reverted back to her. Universal […]

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Firefly Cast Honors the Memory of Ron Glass

"There's no place I can be / since I've found Serenity."

Many of Glass' former Firefly castmates took to social media over the weekend to share fond memories of their late co-star--including Nathan Fillion, Jewel Staite, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin and Sean Maher--as well as the show's creator Joss Whedon.

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The CW’s Super Four-Show Crossover Now Has a Super Extended Trailer

And Cisco drops a Star Trek line!

If you've been basking in the happiness of a Thanksgiving food coma for the past couple of days, this ought to wake you up. The CW has released a new extended trailer for its four-show crossover event, which features cast members from all of its superhero shows--Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.

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Things We Saw Today: Amber Heard Shares Her Story in Domestic Violence PSA

Amber Heard is speaking out about domestic violence in a public service announcement for the GirlGaze Project. In the video, Heard shares her own story about facing and overcoming an abusive situation in a past relationship. Although Heard doesn't mention anyone by name, the actress finalized her divorce from Johnny Depp earlier this year after alleging repeated instances of domestic violence.

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The Walking Dead Has Been Losing Viewers Since That Controversial Premiere

But that doesn't mean this show is down for the count.

It's not news for fans to stop watching a show--or, at the very least, to threaten that they're going to--but based on some of the numbers the show has been pulling in in the weeks since season seven premiered, it looks like a chunk of TWD's audience has been making good on that promise.

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Legends of Tomorrow Plans To Bring Back an Old Character in a New Way

Time travel does have its perks.

Legends of Tomorrow has been one of the sleeper hits of the 2016-2017 television season on The CW--not only is it performing better in its new Thursday night timeslot than the previous holder, but it's also earned an extended episode order, bumping it up to a new total of 17 eps this season.

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This New Rogue One Trailer Comes With a Side of Humor

Maybe even a little more than we've seen before.

It's hard to believe that Rogue One can possibly have any more footage to share without revealing major spoilers, but here we are with a whole new trailer. Disney and Lucasfilm released a new one yesterday afternoon--this one is titled "Trust", and we very quickly learn why.

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I Watched The Gilmore Girls Revival, And I Have Questions

All composed with a cup of coffee sitting close by.

If you have some lingering confusion or mixed feelings after the revival then take heart, Gillys; you're not alone. I've managed to watch the revival twice since its premiere, and while I was more than ready to dive back into the cozycore comfort of Stars Hollow after a stress-filled week, I was left feeling not entirely satisfied by the time "Fall" wrapped up. Here are a couple of my most burning questions after watching.

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Things We Saw Today: Scott Gimple Believes a Walking Dead Movie Will Happen

Gimple revealed that he's feeling good about a Walking Dead movie: "That question comes up every now and again. I'm sure one way or another, one day, it'll happen. I think it would be cool."

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New Gilmore Girls Trailer Reminds Us To Get Excited (As If We Ever Forgot)

"I believe in a former life, I was coffee."

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life debuts on Netflix on Friday, November 25th, and if you are going to be binge-watching it all at once, the cast has one small request for you: DON'T SPOIL THE LAST FOUR WORDS.

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This Rogue One Trailer Remix Gives the Rebellion a New Soundtrack

"Sabotage" by the Beastie Boys is a song that has perhaps more famously been used in Star Wars' rival franchise, Star Trek, but as both a diehard SW fan and a newbie Trekkie I'm willing to set aside all differences to embrace the fact that this song is completely fitting for Rogue One.

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Carrie Fisher’s New Memoir Confirms One Longstanding Rumor From the Star Wars Set

The appropriately titled The Princess Diarist is based around journals Fisher kept while working on the set of the original Star Wars trilogy--and while there were often rumors that she and co-star Harrison Ford were closer than friends IRL, her upcoming memoir reveals the two had a brief, three-month affair while working on the first movie.

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Kristen Wiig Resurrects Several Characters in Return to Saturday Night Live

The former cast member hosted last night along with musical guest The XX.

Former cast member Kristen Wiig returned to host the show, bringing back several memorable sketches including Sue (a.k.a. the lady in the turtleneck who can't handle surprises) and former stage actress Mindy Elise Grayson, who enjoys flowing shawls and can't stop herself from saying the Secret Word.

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A Familiar Face Emerges in New Trailer for Batman: The Telltale Series

After discovering that the threat of the Children of Arkham lay much closer than he realized, the next chapter in the series picks up with Wayne himself being committed to Arkham--and running into one of the most popular characters in Batman canon.

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Things We Saw Today: James Gunn Bets a Skeptical Fan Over Undiscovered Guardians of the Galaxy Easter Egg

Apparently, all of the Guardians of the Galaxy Easter eggs have been found save one--and when a brave commenter asserted that it might not even exist, director James Gunn bet him $100,000 smackeroos to prove otherwise. It's never wise to bet against the director of the actual movie.

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Supergirl Makes a Memorable Entrance in First Crossover Clip

The heroes team up for the first time!

The crossover is coming: soon, all four superhero shows on The CW will be joining forces for an epic storyline that will kick off with Supergirl and continue through to conclude on Legends of Tomorrow.

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