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    Some news from NYCC and a bit of twitter roundup that includes Fan Expo Canada. First off:

    From the NYCC panel:

    Them being cute:

    More Twitter roundup and some Fan Expo Canada pics.

    The cast love is real:

    Pics from Fan Expo Canada:

    News about the Wynonna Earp comics, if anyone is reading them:

    Officer Haught shows up in #8.

    Tim is co-writing 2 of the comics with Beau Smith, one of them is #10.

    And finally, Shamier graciously decided to share some of his workout routine, for science:

    SOURCES: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15

    I think I actually prefer 10 episodes, but it's a show of confidence from SyFy despite the low ratings. If the writers can handle the episode count and stop rushing story lines, I'm ok with it. Are you missing the show yet?

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    prideofgypsies Last day in the Home Gym. A big Mahalo to @wfmft for building this world for us and pushing me inspiring me and to zach for believing in me it's an honor to play aquaman 5 more days and I'm going back to being Hawaiian. Ready to grind cuz. Cheeeehooooooi. Fish and poi @jasonericlaciste awlright. ALOHA j


    ONTD, will you be seeing Justice League for this beefcake?

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    Batwoman is getting a new ongoing! Detective Comics will launch Kate into her new solo with the two-issue "Batwoman Begins" arc in February, followed by Batwoman Rebirth. Batwoman #1 debuts in March. Marguerite Bennett with write with Steve Epting(!!) on art. Bennett will co-write BB with Tec writer James Tynion, who will in turn, join Bennett on BW's first arc.

    Super Sons and JLA - first announced during DC's Rebirth press event - will also debut in February.

    Fans have been wanting this forever and they are finally getting their wish: Miss America Chavez is getting her own ongoing. No release date was announced nor creative team (please no Keiron). But the book will be titled America and will have covers by Jamie McKelvie. This will be America's 2nd solo with original creators Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta taking her (and changing her last name) to Image Comics with All-America Comix.

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    The Birth of a Nation has an estimate of $7.8M opening this weekend

    It’s not often that a filmmaker’s personal affairs has an impact @ the box office, however the case of when a 17-year-old woman was raped has been present during most of Parker's press appearances in recent weeks.

    The movie had an acquisition price of $17.5 million and an estimated P&A between $10-$20 million. The movie is likely to have a total domestic box office of under $30 million.

    A woman, executive from another studio, says that as a woman it's really hard to watch this film, yet 61% of people who attended were women.

    'Birth of a Nation' is probably no longer a contender for awards season and article mentioned we still have diverse movies to look forward to, such as 'Moonlight', 'Fences', and 'Loving'.


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    Sources: @TeenWolf, 1. @JustJaredJr.

    Thnks fr th Mmes

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    *Edited with AMC's upload. If you can't see AMC's video, go here

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    From Source:

    More about Incorporated: In a future where companies have seemingly unlimited power Ben Larson, a young executive, risks everything to infiltrate the all-controlling corporate world and save the woman he loves. In the process, he will take on the entire system -- with deadly consequences. Incorporated comes from executive producers Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Jennifer Todd.

    "2074. Governments have fallen and corporations have taken control. A good life requires the right identity...Incorporated premieres November 30th." - Syfy

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    I forgot this show was happening. But it's nice to Sean Teale again. Will you be tuning in, ontd?

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    At NYCC just a bit ago, it was announced that Sigourney Weaver's been cast as the villain in The Defenders.


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  • 10/08/16--18:25: Juanes - Fuego MV 🔥

  • The colombian singer goes back to pop rock with his new song "Fuego". The music video was filmed in México and stars Joan Smalls.

    S O U R C E: JuanesVEVO

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    Kristen Stewart is making the promotional rounds for Personal Shopper, and she has made some interesting comments about social media.

    “I think that [my character] Maureen wants to be entirely invisible, and at the same time really be seen -- she really struggles with that. And that’s pretty much everyone right now.”

    “I don’t have any public social media thing that I do, engagement, but I ultimately want to be seen."

    “I know I sound ridiculous and really obvious; everyone says this, and I sound like an older person, but we could be doing way cooler s***. It’s so time-consuming…We stalk each other. I stalk people, I get stalked, we all get stalked.”

    “Much cooler, productive rad things could be happening. I know I sound ridiculous and really obvious; everyone says this, and I sound like an older person, but we could be doing way cooler s***. It’s so time-consuming.”

    “You’re totally alone when you’re doing it, and it gives you this false impression that you’re connecting or something. The base desire of it is to get closer to other things, and then it’s, like, ‘I change myself to then get closer to other things.’”

    Do u stalk people on social media?


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    Brattavio - Boom Boom Boom Boom / Barbie Girl

    Honey G - California Love

    Saara Alto - Let It Go

    The rest are boring flops! Also, I kinda want to bring back viewing posts...

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    Clearly Donald Trump and Nate Parker flopping wasn't enough enjoyment for this fine Saturday, Rihanna is out here causing drama:

    Source: IG

    I can't lmaooo. I expect Chris Brown to post a hurt ass reply on theshaderoom any minute...

    Exes post, ONTD? Are your exes flopping without you?

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    Hey Arnold!, which premiered in 1996, celebrated its 20th anniversary yesterday, October 7th. The Nickelodeon series was loved by kids and adults alike, thanks to the eclectic characters, realistic storylines and overall fun nature, leaving an undeniable legacy we 90s kids love so much. Next year, a new movie will arrive.

    To commemorate Hey Arnold!'s 20th anniversary, Fuse spoke to the show's creator, Craig Bartlett. I've pulled and highlighted some of the most interesting tidbits of the interview.

    Is there a certain character that you identify with the most?
    Well, Arnold, for sure. You know how they just did that thing on Facebook, like which three fictional characters you base yourself off of? So I did that and someone said, “Hey, how come none of those are Arnold?” I thought that would be cheating, but then I did the Hey Arnold! Version. So those are Arnold, Helga and Olga.

    Do you ever look back at the series and think, “Oh my god, I didn’t think this would make such an impact”?
    Oh for sure, it’s really amazing! We thought the show was good, but it didn’t seem any more or less remarkable than any of the other shows being made. So to see it have such great staying power, and to see the fans that were Arnold’s age when the show was new grow up and become artists and animators and write really eloquently about it, is astounding. I didn’t see it coming at all, because we made it for kids who were six to 11. So they had a limited ability to give me feedback on Nick Online in the ‘90s when it was still pretty primitive. So it’s really cool to see the love of the show grow up.

    What I love most about the show is how relatable the characters are, because I felt they were kids just like me. Was it your goal to make the cast so diverse?
    Yeah, absolutely. I really wanted to make the show reflect when I lived in Los Angeles in the mid ’90s. It was such a gumbo of ethnicities in one amazing city. That same vibe of all these different cultures coming together. So I thought a modern urban classroom would reflect that. It’s idealized of course, because there’s only about 12 kids in the classroom, but that’s just the practicality of making a cartoon show. So I definitely wanted it to be ethnically diverse, and I thought it would be a cool move.

    I wanted to dig into some of the fan theories. I saw one where people think the show is actually centered around Helga, and another theory saying Arnold’s grandparents are his real parents.
    That’s a weird one! [laughs] The thing that bugs me most about it is when somebody puts up a theory, it gets repeated a few times on the internet, and then people think it’s true. If they really want to find out, all they have to do is ask me. Somebody theorized that when Pigeon Man jumped off the building, that it was a suicide. So I find myself strenuously having to say, “No, that never happened.” I was sitting with Joe Purdy working on the script, and we never intended that. We based his speech on Tom Joad from The Grapes of Wrath. He was gonna fly off and help pigeons everywhere. He wasn’t committing suicide. Some of those internet theories are a little nuts. I’ve been regularly posting art from the show for the past few years as we got closer to the reality of making The Jungle Movie. And somebody wrote on my page, “That’s a suicide show.” Weirdly, the guy persisted that me saying it wasn’t didn’t matter! There’s a kind of strange, stubborn quality to the internet behavior. I kind of wish people would get their facts straight.

    Are there any favorite episodes that you loved working on?
    The half-hour specials are all favorites of mine, like “Parents Day” and “Journal.” They were meant to set up the story of Arnold’s missing parents that The Jungle Movie addresses. I also think the Christmas episode is really great, and I love “School Play,” where Helga confesses to Lila that she loves Arnold.

    I was reading an article where you say Mr. Simmons and Eugene are gay characters. Were you afraid of taking that risk, because it was a kids’ show?
    Yeah, some of the thing we would just show and wouldn’t say. We figured Mr. Simmons was a gay character without having to make a big deal of out it, or have it be a special episode or anything like that. Dan Butler, who plays Simmons, is gay. But the main thing about him is that he’s a great teacher and really passionate. So it was just part of the show’s fabric. And then you have Eugene. We figured he’s not gay yet because he’s still a kid. But he will be when he grows up!

    best episodes? are your faves as inclusive as hey arnold?

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    Lance Bass danced to 'Bye Bye Bye' with his husband as part of the #DiabetesDanceDare.


    ONTD. What's your favorite N'Sync song to dance to?... Mine.

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