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We’ve Got More New Images From The Illustrated Harry Potter Series

Every year I begin my epic Harry Potter re-read, kicking things off in the fall and following the Boy Who Lived and his friends on their adventures.

Psycho-Pass Newbie Recap: Episode 6, “Return of the Psychotic Prince” - "Not only are they interesting, but they're especially cruel."

Ever since I watched this episode, I’ve been wondering whether or not to drop the series completely. Yes, the body horror from the first few episodes has already set the bar for the show, but it appears that the ante is only going to rise.

Things We Saw Today: Will Smith’s Hits Played All At Once Is Actually Soothing

Stop what you’re doing. You just need to sit here and listen for a bit. What we’ve got here is Will Smith’s greatest hits all played at once.

The LEGO Doctor Who Set is Coming Soon - Allons-y!

… at least, according to Facebook. The company updated its official page just a few hours ago with a beautiful, beautiful image—a Lego TARDIS.

Behind-The-Scenes Macbeth Featurette Takes Us Inside the Madness - Something wicked this way comes.

Every bit of news that comes out of the Macbeth camp has me making grabby hands—not to mention that I’m a sucker for all the behind-the-scenes and production-related info they’ll give me.

Hillary Clinton Nails Impression of Donald Trump, Sings “Lean on Me” for SNL

Saturday Night Live had its season opener last night, and this sketch featuring Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton and Hillary Clinton as… well, “Val,” (who was basically Hillary Clinton) was one of the highlights.

New Mockingjay Part 2 Clip Gives Us a Hint of What’s Coming - And we get a glimpse of Michelle Forbes! Be still my heart.

Another clip has been released from the upcoming Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2—and it looks like some of our favorite characters are gearing up for the final showdown against President Snow in the heart of the Capitol.

Interview: Writer-Director Mora Stephens - On her Political Thriller Zipper

Ten years ago, Mora Stephens made her feature film debut as a director with the political romance Conventioneers, co-written with her husband, Joel Viertel.

Rick & Morty‘s Co-Creators Plan To (Finally) Hire Female Writers For Season 3

Did you know that Rick & Morty has no women writers on staff? Co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland mentioned that fact in a Hollywood Reporter interview today, along with their intention to hire more women next season.

Things We Saw Today: Make Your Own Wildfire Jack-O-Lantern!

For an inspired twist on a classic Halloween decoration that will impress friends and terrify trick-or-treaters, make your Jack-O-Lantern breathe green fire with this step-by-step guide!

Who’s In Casting Consideration For the Power Rangers Reboot?

As we scrutinize the potential casting choices for the upcoming Power Rangers reboot, let us remember: they’ll never look just like the original cast.

All-New All-Different Pull Wisely: Jem and the Holograms Outrageous Annual #1

Welcome to the new Pull Wisely, TMS’ new video comic review series! Join the illustrious Jessica Lachenal and me as we go in-depth into a new comic.

Guillermo del Toro Wants Maisie Williams for Pacific Rim 2 - The apocalypse might be indefinitely canceled, but dreams can't be!

We’re still getting over the news that Pacific Rim 2 has been put on the backburner for the foreseeable future, but director Guillermo del Toro doesn’t seem to be all that fazed.

Brian Stelfreeze on Illustrating the New Black Panther Series & Working with Ta-Nehisi Coates

The new Black Panther comic book series at Marvel, featuring Ta-Nehisi Coates as the writer and Brian Stelfreeze as the illustrator, will be the first time in a little while that a high-profile character will be penned by two creators of color — and it’s for Black Panther, one of the first black superhero characters ever.

Brace Yourselves: Lethal Weapon & MacGyver Are Getting the Reboot - I'm getting too old for this ish.

Hollywood’s caught a seemingly endless fever when it comes to reboots, and it looks like the two newest additions to the list are no exception to that.

Cloning Your Pet is as Easy as 1, 2, $100,000? - Man's best friend don't come cheap.

Losing a beloved pet is never easy—but what if you didn’t have to? When veterinarian Dr. Phillip Dupont and his wife Paula realized their dog Melvin was starting to get on in years, they decided to clone him.

Peek at Crimson Peak‘s Set Designs In This Behind-The-Scenes Featurette

Get a glimpse behind the heavily embroidered curtain in this brief behind-the-scenes featurette about Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming film Crimson Peak; del Toro and actor Tom Hiddleston wax poetic about the design of the gothic corridor, which is where the film’s scariest spooks will go down.

NYFF Review: Experimenter Will Leave You Questioning … The Movie - 1 1/2 out of 5 stars.

It’s undeniable that the direction and production of Michael Almereyda’s disappointing Experimenter isn’t problematic because of apathy or laziness from the director.

Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts Nine-Nine Gives You the Potter/Cop Comedy Mash-Up You Didn’t Know You Needed

You love Harry Potter. You love FOX’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Now, you can love them both at the same time on this awesome Tumblr, Hogwarts Nine-Nine.

Age of Ultron Blu-ray Forces the Question: Do We Really Need Special Features? - "If you have a set like this, and you don't blow it up, you're doing something wrong."

The Avengers: Age of Ultron was a fun movie, don’t get me wrong. But it wasn’t anything special. It certainly didn’t have the charm and originality of the first film, and while I love the introduction of Scarlet Witch into the proceedings, as well as James Spader’s voice performance as Ultron, the film as a whole just feels overstuffed, with characters and locations and story arcs (not to mention references to upcoming Marvel films) shoved in for their own sakes.