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Things We Saw Today: The Muppets Covering “Jungle Boogie” Gives Us Life

The Muppets once again show off their musical talent as they have Sam the Eagle (of all muppets) help cover a 70s hit: “Jungle Boogie.” Sit back, relax, and enjoy the trip back in time. (via io9)

  • Her Story (not to be confused with Her Story, the video game) is a look into the dating lives of trans and queer women. It deals with the intersection of desire and identity and features transgender stars and writers. Right now it’s in the midst of an Indiegogo campaign, so go check it out to find out more!
  • If you’re missing Mad Men and have a huge Sterling-Cooper sized expense account, take a look at these auctions featuring actual props from the show. Hold on, one of Stan’s shirts is how much?! (via Pajiba)


Show off your main with this rad set of Street Fighter II earrings.  Unfortunately you’ll have to find a pal in Japan who can pick these up for you, as they’re only available on Amazon Japan. But give it enough time, and who knows… I mean, that’s how we got Mother ported over here so quickly, right? Haha… *sobs quietly in the corner* (via Fashionably Geek)

  • Apparently Ridley Scott is in the pipe, five by five, ready and raring to start production on Prometheus 2. Shooting is rumored to begin January 2016, with no word on how this’ll affect Neil Blomkamp’s Aliens remake. Hmm. If I had to choose… (via Spinoff)
  • Speaking of other unlikely movie deals being made: the Dungeons & Dragons movie is apparently a go. After a bitter rights lawsuit between Hasbro and Sweetpea Entertainment, Warner Bros. apparently got the go ahead to just start making the movie. Do me a favor: please don’t bring your dice to the theater. They make so much noise. (via Nerdist)

That’s some stuff right there. Boy howdy. Stuff. And things. What’d y’all see today?

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