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Things We Saw Today: Angelina Jolie, As Maleficent, Flying Through the Air

Things We Saw Today

Well, there goes the “intimidation” factor. Angelina Jolie, flying about the set of Maleficent. “RAWR! I am a pitchfork!” (via Geek Tyrant)

  • The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Joss Whedon, writer Tim Minear, and some of the cast of Firefly — including Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin, Sean Maher, and Michael Fairman — will reunite at San Diego Comic Con for a 10-year anniversary panel. Get ready, browncoats. (via Whedonesque)
  • Let’s wish a very happy birthday to Atari, celebrating 40 years of retrofabulous gaming that probably didn’t plan on becoming known as “retro-anything”! (via CNN)

    Your attention please: Gail Simone is a Gamerati. (via YouTube)

    Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous) has done the world the ultimate favor by writing a Spice Girls musical. Based on the music by the beloved British girl group, it will be called Viva Forever! and follow the story of a girl who becomes an overnight sensation. If you have a problem with this, I’m going to introduce you to my girl power. (via Styleite)

    What is wide, white, and perfect for a wedding cake? The Millennium Falcon, what were you thinking of? (via That’s Nerdalicious)

  • Rhett Allain has some thoughts about parts of The Avengers that he is trying to resolve in his head, and they look like homework assignments. Such as, “estimate how fast The Hulk was swinging Loki and estimate the acceleration of Loki as he slams into the floor. Hint: estimate the depth into the floor that Loki crashes.” Want to help him with his homework, like a good parent-friend? (via Wired)
  • So, NASA is wondering why they’re seeing this arc of light behind a huge cluster of stars that has been estimated to be 13.7 billion years old. What that means is that the cluster is so old that there really shouldn’t be anything behind it. And yet, there is. Need a moment to clean up the mess from your blown mind? (via io9)

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