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Things We Saw Today: It’s Rocky Horror Picture Show Season

Rocky Horror Picture Show

  • On Rocky Horror Picture Show‘s 40th anniversary, BBC America has decided to share a rare treat with its viewers: a stage rendition of the cult hit starring none other than Stephen Fry. Wrap your head around that one, friends. We can see you shiver with antici… (via Indiewire)
  • Speaking of classic movies, The Shining prequel’s screenwriter, James Vanderbilt, emphasized that this movie is “completely its own film.” Frankly, that sounds fantastic. I don’t really need another axe meets door scene or bloody elevators. Let’s try something original, shall we? (via Collider)

Wonder Woman / New Era Cap

If you’re heading into NYCC this weekend, check out New Era’s limited edition Batman v Superman caps. Featured here is the Wonder Woman version of the hat, which, frankly, I’d wear to a ballgame any day.

  • Are you keeping up with Agents of SHIELD? Get hyped, because Blair Underwood’s returning in this upcoming episode, and Indiewire’s got a peek at his upcoming scene. Check it out!

Look! Up in the sky! It’s (not) aliens! It’s the new X-Files intro sequence! Okay, not really. Sorry. Vulture totally got us on this one too, but: they’re not wrong. Apparently the upcoming series is going to use the same old intro sequence that we all know and love. Exciting!

pation. What’d you all see today?

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