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#BlairWitch is back! Don't miss the horror flick's much-anticipated return to theaters today by grabbing tix below. #ad http://tickets.blairwitch.com/showtimes/
Search for screenings / showtimes and book tickets for Blair Witch. See the release date and trailer. The Official Showtimes Destination brought to you by Lions Gate US Ltd
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DC has a very strong lead character in Superwoman. But we're not sold on the mystery villain yet...

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In the first issue of Superwoman, writer and artist Phil Jimenez delivered a fantastic twist about the title character and a cliffhanger ending. If you're not up to date with the series or don't want to know anything about the second issue, consider this your spoiler warning! Before we get into the story, it has to be said that this is a great looking comic book. Jimenez's figure work is second to none, and he packs his pages with more panels tha...
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Tom Ford's latest film looks like it will keep you captivated and guessing from start to finish.

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I can still remember first finishing up Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl. I closed the book, and sort of just walked around in a daze for a bit as I tried to process the ending. The book was crazy, the story kept me guessing, and I hadn't ever read anything quite like it. While I knew what to expect from the film, David Fincher's 2014 adaptation of the novel was brilliant as well. And it seems like another novel adaptation is headed to theaters that wil...
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If DC goes through with the threat presented in All-Star Batman #2, then Bruce Wayne's life will never be the same.
Before we dive into the newest issue of All-Star Batman #2, we have to throw up a spoiler warning because the very first page includes a pretty massive development that we need to talk about. If you haven't read the issue yet, you may want to do that first and then come back and finish this review. Still with us? Good. Because writer Scott Snyder could be taking a wrecking ball to Batman's world, if we buy into what he's selling us here. At face ...
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Bizarre States #101: Ouija Ouija Ouija
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Bowser and ChoBLOOD are back to talk about a haunted ouija board, fecal vomiting, Jess' clown picture and Listener Stories! Get your tickets to see Bizarre States Live at LA PodFest Saturday at 2! Subscribe to Nerdist on Twitch to catch Bizarre States live every Wednesday at 4! Follow @JessicaChobot, @andrewbowser and @Bizarre_States on Twitter! Keep up to date by Liking the Bizarre States Facebook page! Watch Nerdist News!
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Does Wolverine's anatomy have to change to be as awesome as he is?
Who hasn't seen the X-Person known as Wolverine and not wanted his killer adamantium-covered claws? They are nearly indestructible, incredibly sharp and so long that...wait. Wolverine's claws are too long for his body! I can prove it with anatomy. In my latest Because Science, I'm taking a closer look at the mutant formerly known as James Howlett, because something has been bothering me about his skeleton ever since we glimpsed it in X-Men. If yo...
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Watch Jack White Beautifully Revisit "We're Going To Be Friends" on JOOLS HOLLAND
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Fall is here and school is back in session, so now is a perfect time to revisit The White Stripes' 2001 classic "We're Going To Be Friends," a sparse acoustic song about children walking to school and learning and growing. The song also appears on Jack White's new compilation album Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, and his recent performance of the track on the seminal UK music show Later… with Jools Holland was gorgeous. On the stage with just an a...
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OK, but how many space swords does that equal?

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It may not be destined to become a sword or skull, but a giant meteorite unearthed in Argentina this week is wowing experts. The massive chunk of interstellar metal was estimated at 31 metric tons and—if confirmed—would make it the third largest meteorite discovered on our planet. Dubbed "Gancedo" after a nearby town, the impressive space rock was found in a region colloquially known as Campo del Cielo ("The Sky Field"), which sits 620 miles no...
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Google Is Officially Testing Burrito Delivery Drones
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Enjoying your burrito is about to become a helluva lot easier, because X's Project Wing (which was formerly Google X) has officially begun testing its burrito drones in Blacksburg, Virginia. It was announced last week that Chipotle would be partnering with Project Wing to revolutionize the burrito industry, allowing drone delivery, and it looks like our burrito-filled future is now. Gizmodo reports that X's communications manager, Jacquelyn Mille...
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wait until the crows and ravens figure out what those drones are carrying...
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Plus, take a look at Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a listen at The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Welcome to Thursday and your regular update on the latest and greatest television news. Today's TV-Cap has a clue about a big mystery in Game of Thrones, an update on getting a live-action Star Wars series, word about a Star Trek: Discovery delay, and more. Note: To save people from spoilers, that Game of Thrones tidbit is the last one. https://twitter.com/AgentsofSHIELD/status/776104598431936512 Revenge. In case you haven't heard, Ghost Rider is...
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What would you ask Neil deGrasse Tyson if you had the chance?
Imagine for a second how it might go if Andy Samberg got to ask Neil deGrasse Tyson absolutely any questions he wanted. Yup! Nailed it. It went exactly like that. The questions were funny and silly, and the answers sincere and informative. The only thing that might surprise you is that Neil deGrasse Tyson has some very specific rules for what constitutes adultery with a robot. On last night's episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden (via V...
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Moana's demigod pal Maui has as many titles as Daenerys Targaryen.
If you are a teenage girl and would-be hero trying to save your island home and its people from a "whole ocean of bad," you can always use some help. So who better to seek out than a shape-shifting demigod to join you on your mission? Of course, just make sure you get his title—all of his titles—correct when asking for that help, since demigods can be a little full of themselves. Walt Disney Animation Studios has released the first full official ...
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I find it a little odd hearing Dwaine's voice coming out of his dad Rocky's face. 
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