Contrary to popular belief, video effects reactors Pixomodo did not hatch a set of eggs in a funeral pyre to create the dragons we see on Game of Thrones every season. They did this instead. (via Pajiba)
- The Western Washington University Wyverns are raising money to go to the Quidditch World Cup this year and have asked if our readers wouldn’t mind checking out their IndieGoGo page to help them out. If you’re into the sport and you want to send some love their way, say hi for us!
- Swedish actor and rebooted Robocop Joel Kinnaman is in early talks to replace Tom Hardy in Suicide Squad. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
Welp, this Dalek Cann baby stroller spotted at Gallifrey One this past weekend sure is… uh, authentic. (via Geeks Are Sexy)
- There’s a Dungeons and Dragons video game in the works, and it even lets players become the DM. (via EnWorld)
- An aid to President Obama recently tweeted that he considers his own biggest career failure to be not getting UFO files disclosed. What was his position exactly, Smoking Man of the House? (via Washingon Post)
The first costume in Anovos’ Star Wars line for women is here, and it’s downright imperial. The full look will cost you $425, but that’s a small price to pay for the ability to command a bunch of stormtroopers, right? (via Consetta Parker on Twitter)
Have a tip we should know? [email protected]