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Our boy Oberyn’s going places: On top of being rumored as Pontius Pilate for that Ben Hur reboot, Pedro Pascal may also be starring opposite Matt Damon in The Great Wall, which is said to be pretty epic. (via Coming Soon)

  • People are mad at Oprah after she made a comment deriding the lack of leadership in the protests against police brutality. I’m kind of confused about all this, mostly Oprah’s side, mainly because…well, Oprah, you’re one of the biggest leaders out there, so why don’t you…like, do that thing if you want that thing to exist? Be the change you want to see in the world, Oprah, don’t just gripe at protestors about it. (via Washington Post)

Idina Menzel’s performance of Frozen‘s “Let It Go” on New Year’s Eve was not well-received, and the living Broadway legend responded with a tweet that was basically the wordy equivalent of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (via Jezebel)

The cover for Howard the Duck #2 is filled with duckfaces.

  • The Mayor of Seattle told these people they could keep a unicorn in their parking lot (with the necessary permits, of course). I’ll be sad if this is not a plot in the final season of Parks and Rec. (via Laughing Squid)
  • If you have an interest in medieval manuscripts and/or siegecrafts/ancient war machines, the British Library is at your service. (via io9)

This is a cryptozoological map of the United States featuring the locations of all (?) the U.S.’s oogy-boogies. What fantastical creatures do you live near? I’m somewhere between the Caddy, the Paddler, and good ol’ Bigfoot. (Click for bigger version) (via Boing Boing, image via Hog Island Press)

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