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Things We Saw Today: Alfonso Ribeiro and Justin Timberlake Busting Out “The Carlton”

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It’s not unusual to play golf with Alfonso Ribeiro and Justin Timberlake. It’s not unusual to have both of them bust out The Carlton Dance. But when I see them dancing that dance, just the two of them? It’s not unusual to see me cry. It’s too hilarious, guys. (via NY Daily News)

  • Collider recently interviewed Matt Smith on everything he’s been up to lately (and it’s been a lot), including Terminator: GenisysPride and Prejudice and Zombies, and Patient Zero. He even shares a bit about Capaldi’s rendition of the Doctor.
  • Jon Stewart’s on his way out of The Daily Show, and who better to send him off than President Obama? The President is going to appear for one last interview on July 21st, two weeks before Stewart’s goodbye. (via Vanity Fair)

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Simple. Understated. Plenty of red. No, I’m not talking about Black Widow after she’s just kicked a bunch of bad guy butts. I’m talking about this rad Black Widow shirt that’s up on TeeFury right now. It’s the perfect solution to the utterly tragic lack of official merch. (via Geek Alerts)

  • Peyton Reed, who directed Ant-Man after Edgar Wright bowed out of the project, was also slated to direct Fantastic Four in 2005. He shared why he left the project, saying Fox “had a very different movie in mind and they were also chasing a release date.” Stick to your guns, Reed. Well done. (via Comic Book Resources)
  • How much do you think it costs to attend Hogwarts? broke down the possible price tag, and it’s pretty gosh darn hefty. That is, until JK Rowling stepped in and corrected them, saying the Ministry of Magic covers all costs of education. Of course they do. Of course they do. Still waiting on my letter, folks. Sigh. (via Nerdist)

Plenty of stuff today! Plenty of stuff, indeed. How was your Saturday? Did you see anything cool? Let us know below!

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