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Things We Saw Today: This Boy and His Tauntaun Costume Will See You in Heck

This little kid has the best Halloween costume. We’re all kind of jealous and frankly, we all wish we came up with the idea ourselves. Of course, this is adorable and all right up until the point he’s going to have to cut the poor tauntaun open for warmth. Don’t go wandering past the first marker, pal. (via Kotaku)

  • Pitch Perfect fans, this one’s for you: Anna Camp, who played Aubrey, will be returning to reprise her role in Pitch Perfect 3. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Can we talk about these absolutely amazing Harry Potter-wand themed makeup brushes? Of course, we can only talk about it I guess, because they’re (sadly) sold out. Bummer. (via Pajiba)

Edgar Wright certainly has his own trademark style. This video expertly breaks down just a few of the things that went into his unique vision of Scott Pilgrim. (via A.V. Club)

  • As Blizzcon approaches, the rumor mill surrounding Blizzard’s games is reaching a fever pitch. Latest rumor to come out of the mill: there may be a Diablo 4 announcement in our very near future. (via PC Gamer)
  • Speaking of Blizzard games, the release of a World of Warcraft cookbook was just recently announced. It’s filled with some delicious-looking recipes, all of which can be found in the game itself. Just, you know, you’ll be able to buy the ingredients for these recipes without having to pay the atrocious Auction House prices.

What’d you see today, friend?

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