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On this week's episode of #TheDanCave ,  we examine the brief history of #Marvel  movies that never get made.
Rome wasn't built in a day and neither was the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On the road to pop cultural dominance, the House of Ideas left plenty of abandoned scripts, half-baked ideas, and close-but-no-cigar sequels along the way. Two weeks ago, I made like Orpheus and journeyed into DC Comics' development hell to uncover the various Eurydices held hostage there. Today on The Dan Cave, we're talking all about the Marvel Comics movies that never ca...
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#DoctorWho  is coming to San Diego Comic-Con! #SDCC   #SDCC2015   #TV   #BritishTV   #SciFi   #ComicCon  
The old (and painfully overused) adage says to go big or go home, and Peter Capaldi and the Doctor Who crew certainly won't be going home -- at least not until after their appearance at San Diego Comic-Con this year. After skipping last year due to the filming of Series 8, the first starring Capaldi as the Doctor, and going on their own world tour, the cast and crew of the SDCC staples will be returning, with a panel in the mythic Hall H on Thurs...
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Arrg!!!! I'm in Florida!! Please come here Doctor!!!!
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In this week's Director's Cuts column, we ranked the films of Guillermo Del Toro. What's your favorite? #pacificrim   #hellboy   #panslabyrinth   #scifi   #action   #movies  
The term "visionary filmmaker" gets thrown around quite a lot when marketing movies. Usually what that actually means is "he uses a lot of CGI," because if you're just interpreting a comic book panel for panel, that doesn't make you a visionary in my book. But there are a precious few among directors who have earned the moniker and deserve to have it herald their newest venture. One of those is Guillermo del Toro, whose work stands as some of the...
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Mimic is his weakest but even that is a solid B movie. I think the writer does HB2 a disservice. The detail Del Toro imbues everthing in that film with is so unbelievably rich that that fairly simple plot is merely a string to hang it on.
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Is the International Space Station becoming a real-world #DeathStar ? Find out on today's #NerdistNews ! #nerdist   #science   #starwars   #space  
Great news, moon-sized weapon enthusiasts! Japanese scientists just proposed that we attach a high-powered laser to the International Space Station to help it obliterate space junk. Sound familiar? Yeah, folks -- we're getting a Death Star. Join Nerdist science editor and guest host Kyle Hill as he breaks down the ISS laser, from how it works and why we want one to how likely it is that we'll see it put into action! Thanks for watching today's sh...
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Did #Community  totally have a Captain America: Winter Soldier-esque elevator scene this week? Heck yeah they did. #marvel   #captainamerica   #wintersoldier  
In an adorable homage to the totally badass elevator scene from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Community did a paintballirific take on the moment. In their latest episode of the Yahoo! Screen iteration of the series, Dean Pelton did his best Steve Rodgers -- of course. No, he may not have jumped out of the elevator by smashing its glass (logistically such nonsense is impossible at Greendale on a structural level), but he did get himself int...
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The dean squealing in fear is the icing on the cake for this scene!
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Still reeling from last night's #Supernatural  finale? Watch the latest parody from +The Hillywood Show with some very special guests!
If anyone in this world needs to "Shake It Off," it's the Winchesters. The brothers from Supernatural have gone through hell (and also to hell), and Season 10 has tested their relationship in all kinds of new and horrible ways. The bleak season finale aired last night, but we have just the thing to cheer you up: a new parody from Nerdist Alliance Member The Hillywood Show®! The spin on Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" involves angels, demons, and a ...
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OK was it just me or did the voice of Crowley sound like the guy from BBC America? And the twerking demons,... classic.   
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Mmmm, edible gummy legos! #lego   #food   #recipeoftheday   #recipe   #candy  
The internet is an amazing place, especially when it brings out the kid in us all AND fills our tummies at the same time. If you've read the title already, you know I am talking about a DIY recipe for LEGO gelatin blocks. Since I know you are wondering, yes, they are stackable. I guess you could say it brings a whole new meaning to the phrase 'playing with your food.' In the video at the top of the page, Grant Thompson of the brilliant King of Ra...
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Settle in with a damn fine cup of coffee for today's Nerdist News! #TwinPeaks   #DavidLynch   #TV   #Nerdist   #NerdistNews  
Praise the Log Lady, one of TV's best shows is officially back with its original creators at the helm - after some minor setbacks. David Lynch is back on the road to Twin Peaks, with even more great news in tow! Join Jessica Chobot on today's Nerdist News as she breaks down the latest updates on the Twin Peaks revival, from the David Lynch drama to the doubled episode order and another major returning player. Plus: another E3 update as we edge ou...
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So many revivals lately.
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What's to come at this year's #E3 ? Join our gaming editor Malik Forte and Jessica Chobot as they discuss on this week's Nerdist Play! #videogames   #gaming   #e32015  
The most wonderful time of the year for video game news is on the horizon, with E3 only a little more than a couple of weeks away. Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and EA will all the throwing press conferences, aiming to dazzle would-be buyers by giving them a sneak peak at what they've been working on behind closed doors. There are many hypotheses on what's to come floating around the web, but somewhere within the sea of rumors and...
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#NerdistNews runs down the latest addition to zombie TV: George Romero's EMPIRE OF THE DEAD! #zombies   #tv   #tvshow   #georgeromero  
Bad news, humans. Between The Walking Dead, its spin-off, the Evil Dead resurgence, pretty much all video games, and that movie Maggie, the zombies have officially taken over, and they ain't going nowhere. Join guest-host Dan Casey as he runs down the latest addition to zombie TV -- an adaptation of George Romero's Empire of the Dead -- as well as the first trailer for upcoming zombie-kid horror-comedy Cooties. Plus, your Best Worst Comment of th...
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These heavy-metal inspired meals look deliciously EVIL. \m/ #metal   #food   #heavymetal  
There are just some things in life that make sense together. Chocolate and peanut butter. Heavy metal bands and gourmet cuisine. Wait, what? That last one may sound weird, but thanks to a new feature from Rice and Bread Magazine, it makes total sense. As part of an ongoing feature called "Perfect Pairings", a maniacal metalhead named Chef John Hurkes devised mouthwatering meals like a Slayer-inspired pentagram pizza, Survive-worthy Nuclear Assaul...
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Really!? Trying to make food metal now!?
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We explore the creepiest theory for Studio Ghibli's MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO on this week's episode of The Dan Cave! 
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...Angel of Death theory?
Because that's the creepiest one I've heard.
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