Things We Saw Today: The Breakfast Club, But With Batman Villains
"Being bad feels pretty good, huh?"
- Nickelodeon has announced that their 90s revival channel, The Splat, will debut October 5th at 10PM (via Nerdist)
- 20th Century Fox just bought the rights to Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, and The Imitation Game‘s Morten Tyldum is set to direct. (via Deadline)
— Stephen Dost (@DostStephen) September 25, 2015
Yes, yes, The Pope is in the United States but have you seen POPEDOGS.
- PSA: Man-buns will make you bald.
- Gaia Vince made history as the first female science journalist to win the Royal Society Winton Prize individually for her new book on environmental change. Previous winners include Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene. (via The Independent)
That’s what we saw today, how about you?
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