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Things We Saw Today: Patton Chen’s Figure Skating Recreations of Yuri!!! on Ice Routines

Patton Chen, a Chinese figure skater and a big fan of the anime Yuri!!! On Ice, has been recreating routines from the show and putting them on his YouTube channel.

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M. Night Shyamalan Reviving Tales From the Crypt for TNT

Which is kinda scary no matter how you look at it.

I don't know what's scarier: the Cryptkeeper, Hollywood's incessant need to cater to nostalgia, or the fact that M. Night Shyamalan is the person attached to revive Tales From the Crypt for TNT.

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I Cannot Believe How Much I Liked The Visit

4.5/5 stars.

There are so many reasons why The Visit shouldn't be a good movie. But it is.

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Things We Saw Today: Chewie’s Angels, a Pastel Wookiee Cosplay Trio

Known by some as "Chewie's Angels," this cosplay trio of pastel Wookiees in glittery boots made our day a little bit brighter. Shine on, you gorgeous fuzzballs.

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M. Night Shyamalan Wants an Unbreakable Netflix Series (Because Bruce Willis Is Strong as Hell)

He alive, dammit!

Displaying trademark un-chillness, Wayward Pines director M. Night Shyamalan has admitted that he'd like to return to the unsullied fields of his pre-Avatar days.

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The Last Airbender (AKA Satan’s Own Movie) Newbie Recap

I don’t know if it’s completionism or masochism or what, but after finishing my newbie watch of Avatar: The Last Airbender–and before starting on The Legend of Korra–I had to watch the 2010 M. Night Shyamalan version. Or maybe it’s a justice thing. All the other Avatar fans had to go through their own spasms of disappointment when the movie came out. It didn’t seem fair that I would be able to avoid it.

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The Mary Sue Interview: M. Night Shyamalan and Matt Dillon Talk Wayward Pines

The pines are not what they seem.

If you're a fan of Twin Peaks, then M. Night Shyamalan definitely recommends checking out Wayward Pines.

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Your Sixth Sense Was Right: It Turns Out M. Night Shyamalan Lied About Ghost Writing She’s All That

Oh Hollywood

It seemed that the twist in this story came early, when writer and director M. Night Shyamalan claimed in an interview with Movies.com that he ghost-wrote She's All That, the 1999 romantic comedy starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook.  If that news wan't bizarre enough, it turns out that there may be a contender for writing credit for the film.  In fact, it seems that the twist is that Shyamalan didn't write the movie, and felt the need to claim he did anyway.

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Things We Saw Today: The Companion Meets The Queen

Things We Saw Today

In real life, no less! Doctor Who's Jenna Louise-Coleman got to meet the Queen (in front of a TARDIS!) at the opening of a new section of BBC's Broadcasting House. (via Digital Spy

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Honest Trailer of Last Airbender Exposes the Worst of the Worst [Video]

The honest trailer for The Last Airbender reminds us just how terrible that movie was.

Remember how great M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender was? You don't? Oh, right, because it was actually super terrible. Not that the real trailer made it look that great, but Screen Junkies went ahead and gave it the Honest Trailer treatment just to really drive the point home that it sucked. Their trailers are great, but Airbender is so bad we almost feel sorry for it being on the receiving end of one... and we're over feeling sorry for Airbender. That didn't last long.

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Things We Saw Today: Instance #592 of New Zealand Being Really Into This Hobbit Movie

Things We Saw Today

Apparently New Zealand's official passport stamps invite travelers to Middle Earth. I cannot even act like I'm surprised. (The Huffington Post)

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Teaser Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s After Earth is an Alternative History on Facebook

The first teaser trailer for "twist" master M. Night Shyamalan's post-apocalyptic flick After Earth has surfaced and it's basically Facebook. I mean, it's actually mimicking those retrospective videos that Facebook let users make after it rolled out the new Timeline layout. Weird gimmick or clever narrative technique to outline an alternative history? See the video, and decide.

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UltraViolet is Coming, But Will it Burn?

In non-Apple, non-Microsoft, non-Google news from CES 2011, a consortium of media providers have announced last night that UltraViolet, a cloud-based digital media management standard, will be coming very soon. Hinted at last summer, the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), which backs  UltraViolet, claim it will provide consumers with life-time rights to the media they buy in addition to the flexibility to watch that content on a variety of devices. It works like this:

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The Third Night Chronicles Movie is Basically Unbreakable 2

Hey, remember Devil? Its trailer ran when you went to see Inception and the whole theater laughed when the words "From the mind of M. Night Shyamalan" flashed up on the screen. Well, turns out it's part of a three part series of horror films "from the mind of M. Night Shyamalan." And the third one is "what would have been the sequel [to 'Unbreakable']."

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Nickelodeon Announces New Season of Avatar: The Legend of Korra

Rumors about a fabled fourth season of Avatar: The Last Airbender have gained traction and number with the release of M. Night Shyamalan's movie, with willful disregard for the actual cinematic worth of the film. Nickelodeon confirmed them all today, with a press statement announcing the production of Avatar: The Legend of Korra, which will pick up the Avatar plot seventy years later, with the Avatar who comes after Aang, a Southern Water Tribe girl (Korra) who has already mastered Water, Earth and Fire.
Her quest leads her to the epicenter of the modern "Avatar" world, Republic City – a metropolis that is fueled by steampunk technology. It is a virtual melting pot where benders and non-benders from all nations live and thrive. However, Korra discovers that Republic City is plagued by crime as well as a growing anti-bending revolution that threatens to rip it apart. Under the tutelage of Aang's son, Tenzin, Korra begins her airbending training while dealing with the dangers at large.
*ahem* Squeeeeeee.

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M. Night Shyamalan’s Career Trajectory: The Graph

Unbreakable is such an underrated movie, but: yeah, accurate and brutal. To quote Weird Al Yankovic, "I think the studios should give M. Night Shyamalan just 30 or 40 more chances to make another good movie – then THAT’S IT."

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Geekolinks: 7/7

Weird Al Weighs in on M. Night Shyamalan’s Filmography

Yeah, that sounds about right. (via @alyankovic)

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The 15 Greatest Chosen Ones

In honor of the release of M. Night Shyamalan's Avatar: The Last Airbender, we have complied a list of the fifteen greatest chosen, prophesied, destined, or otherwise singled out heroes in science fiction and fantasy, whether they come from books, movies, television, or video games.  After all, Aang isn't the only person to have a terrible path set before them by fate, and he won't be the last.  Warning: we're talking about ultimate destinies here.  Here there be spoilers.

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Roger Ebert Hates The Last Airbender

In spite of our unease about some of its casting decisions, we've had high hopes for The Last Airbender, the M. Night Shyamalan-directed adaptation of the excellent cartoon series, which hits theaters on July 1st. But man ... it's been getting Jonah Hex-like abysmal reviews. It currently has a 00% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Roger Ebert just dropped a review that gives The Last Airbender a half a star out of four and proceeds to tear the movie to shreds.

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