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Things We Saw Today: Our First Peek at Supergirl and Superman On-Screen Together, At Last

Here’s a cool pic making the rounds on social media: it’s the very first official image of Superman and Supergirl together, on set while shooting the second season of The CW’s Supergirl! Are you excited to see Tyler Hoechlin’s rendition of the character? According to what he told Entertainment Weekly, he didn’t even have to audition–they just asked him if he was interested, and he was like, “Yeah, absolutely. I’m obviously a fan.” (via EW)

  • The Food and Drug Administration is pulling a bunch of antibacterial soaps from the market, after manufacturers failed to prove that antibacterial soaps are actually more effective than normal soap. Finally, after years of us all hearing from our science-minded friends about how antibacterial soaps could do more harm than good!
  • Can’t wait for Rogue One to find out more about Jyn Erso? Read Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel, which is set prior to the film and contains some more backstory about the movie’s mysterious heroine. (via Polygon)
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s second season is still on track to premiere on the CW on October 21st, and it’s going to have a brand new opening theme song to recap all the new developments that have happened in season one.
  • Firewatch, a story-driven indie game that was already a hit on PC and PS4 last year, is coming to the Xbox One this September 21st. (via Engadget)
  • It’s September, which means it’s basically fall, which means it’s HALLOWEEN SEASON. Celebrate the holiday with this very important and serious video, via Twitter.

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