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Bryan Singer posted a picture of the X-Men Apocalypse treatment on Instagram, causing every website on the internet to analyze the fifteen visible words on the page.
The show has been saved from cancellation and will air on something called Yahoo Screen.
Both Marvel and DC cited Twitter as the reason why they thought they were suddenly exempt from Affordable Healthcare Act legislation.
Because the allure of smoking is so irresistible, we need to pretend it doesn't exist.
So really, it's all your fault.
Jesus Christ people, do you want Bay to make ANOTHER sequel?!
The comic will be co-written by Rob Williams and Judy Blume.
Disney animator Glen Keane debuted a short film called The Duet at Google's I/O conference this week.
With Guardians of the Galaxy hitting theaters in a month, director James Gunn is coming to terms with letting go.
That's what reports from a local blog seem to indicate.
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