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10 Hilariously Deceptive DVD Covers

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It’s of kind of heartwarming that Dinklage is now a marketable name, considering part of his role in the film is complaining about how people of his stature are underused in cinema; it’s also the most recent example of DVD and Blu-ray distributors using a secondary actor’s subsequent fame as a slightly dishonest selling point. …Read More

Watch: The Sanderson Sisters Are Resurrected in Disney’s ‘Hocus Pocus’ Stage Show

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In case you weren’t able to find the type of 90s nostalgia you’d hoped for in footage from last weekend’s theme-parkish 90s Fest (and you wouldn’t be blamed for being underwhelmed by the event), Disney is revisiting one of most immediate nostalgia-triggers for the era at their very real theme park: Hocus Pocus, the 1993 witchy family comedy starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, has been made into a Disney World stage show.
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Prepare for Ice Cream “Brr-itos” and a Lot More Sarah Jessica Parker: Links You Need To See

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Breaking news! An Italian explorer will be living in a giant ball atop an iceberg for a year! Studio Ghibli has released a U.S. trailer for When Marnie Was There! The Time 100 was released and has already become a work of found poetry! Sarah Jessica Parker is coming back to HBO with a new comedy called Divorce, which the network just gave a series order!  Hyperbole aside, the real breaking news is that the North River Lobster Boat is coming back to New York this summer—May 1st, specifically—with 45-minute long Hudson River cruises, replete with booze and Maine lobster rolls, AND secondly that Ben & Jerry’s is releasing the Brrr-ito, a giant ice-cream stuffed wafer of goodness, notably on 4/20.
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Your Weekly TV News Roundup: Sarah Jessica Parker Returns to TV, Natasha Lyonne Joins ‘Girls’

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The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. This week, Sarah Jessica Parker returns to TV, Downton Abbey gets a Season 5 promo, and Natasha Lyonne joins Girls.
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“Non-Feminist” Celebrities Who Owe Their Careers to… Feminism

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Once Beyoncé herself puts the actual dictionary definition of a term right in the middle of a hit single, you’d think people would stop being so confused over what that term means. But nope, Patron Saint of YA Adaptations Shailene Woodley felt the need to simultaneously say she’s not a feminist and demonstrate that she’s not 100% clear on what a feminist even is. She’s hardly the first to do so, but ironically, the idea of women’s equality she claims not to subscribe to is what makes her box office success possible in the first place. Here’s a list of other self-identified non-feminists who wouldn’t be where they are today without what, as “***Flawless” tells us, is simply the belief “in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.” Read ’em and weep.
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The Surprising Musical Theatre Pasts of Your Favorite Movie and TV Actors

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I saw Matilda: The Musical on Broadway recently, and it was overwhelming. The set and songs were captivating, of course, but what truly had me floored was the titanic force of the child actors — many of whom were navigating their very first decade of life. They sang with more passion than some trained adults, and danced with that particular type of high-octane energy only available to schoolchildren on a sugar rush. It was impossible not to feel like the audience was being treated to a sneak preview of tomorrow’s superstars.
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