- Sarah Michelle Gellar is back as Kathryn in NBC’s Cruel Intentions pilot! The show takes place 15 years after the 1999 film with adult Kathryn still wreaking havoc. This could be good! (via Spinoff Online)
- So what exactly counts as Star Trek according to copyright law? Paramount is gonna have to figure that out if they expect to stop a popular fan film effort. (via Inverse)
Geek parents are THE BEST! Rorie Lizenby of Scottsburg, Indiana is a high school chemistry teacher, and an awesome mom. Check out this awesome NES playroom she created for her kids! More awesome photos can be found over at Laughing Squid.
- The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman and his production partner David Alpert are developing a Korean television drama called Five Year. It will be broadcast in South Korea, as well as worldwide on the global television site, Viki. (via Comic Book Resources)
- In Adorable News, check out the Shelter Buddies Reading Program in Missouri, in which kids read to dogs in shelters to help prepare them for Forever Homes. The program also hopes to increase empathy in the kids. Also, kids reading to dogs how cute! (via The Dodo)
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Who doesn’t want secret passageways behind every bookcase in their home? Well, this company will help make that dream your reality! (via Insider Design on Facebook)
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