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Here Comes the Bride: Why Bride of Frankenstein Could Be Universal’s Most Relevant Remake

Reading director Alex Kurtzman's statements on how they'll bring the 1935 classic Bride of Frankenstein to the present with writer David Koepp and director Bill Condon at the head are making me optimistic about how this particular adaptation may give us a unique and subversive look at the Bride.

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Bride of Frankenstein Taps Screenwriter David Koepp; Angelina Jolie Approached To Direct & Star

Universal Pictures has a Bride of Frankenstein reboot in the works! And for better or for worse, this next Frankenstein film doesn't have anything to do with the campy, fan-fiction-spurring flop Victor Frankenstein in which James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe recently starred. (Victor Frankenstein was Fox, not Universal -- this is sort of an Antz/A Bug's Life situation.)

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The Mary Sue Exclusive: Molly Crabapple’s Introduction to Monster Pin Up Girls

Creator Bobby Timony (The Night Owls) has a Kickstarter going for Monster Pin Up Girls, a hardcover art book and deck of playing cards. And it comes just in the spirit of Halloween. Timony has given us Molly Crabapple's (an awesome creator in her own right) introduction to the book for The Mary Sue readers to get a sneak peak at!

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Things We Saw Today: Sif As Wonder Woman

Things We Saw Today

Redditor RagamuffinGunner13 gave Sif from yesterday's new Thor: The Dark World poster a wondrous transformation. (@scarletsherlock)

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Art Project Tails You Lose Transforms Queen Elizabeth Into X-Men, Leela and Other Pop Culture Icons

Not all that glitters is gold

Of course it's not just Queen Elizabeth, it's also pretty much anything or anyone who graces the face of a coin in Europe, from Italy to the Netherlands, and from Turkey to Spain; from X-Men to Futurama, from Hammer Horror to Miyazaki. We've featured a few of them here, but be sure to check out the rest of Andre Levy's work on Tumblr or Facebook.

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Mondo Got In On Black Friday With These (Sold Out, Sorry) Limited Edition Prints

And All Was Right With the World

All bow before the altar of Mondo. They always deliver when it comes to inventive, artistically stunning movie posters, and this Black Friday it was no different. Sadly all of their new poster designs—of Back to the Future Part II, Psycho, RoboCop, and (my personal favorite) The Bride of Frankenstein—sold out shortly after being debuted on Mondo's Twitter account, but the images are after the jump for you to admire from afar.

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