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You’re going to Mars, I went to NASA

You’re going to Mars, I went to NASA

I woke up at 5:30 AM after a string of nightmares about being left alone on a dusty red planet. Like a fool I'd eaten a gigantic piece of chocolate cake the night before while watching a set of tiny teaser clips of "The Martian" to mentally prepare for the next day, which was then, now, today. "It's OK," I told myself. "Stay calm. You're in Houston. You're on East NASA Parkway in the same hotel you'd checked in to the day before. Today you're going to go on a brief ride in a Mars rover and talk to an astronaut."

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Mega Man movie in the works from Fox and Capcom

Mega Man movie in the works from Fox and Capcom

It looks like The Blue Bomber himself is gearing up to hit the big screen. It's been revealed that game developer Capcom is working with 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment to develop a Mega Man movie. While gamers should long know by now to be cautiously optimistic at best when it comes to video games being adapted into movies, the fact that the owners of the Mega Man franchise are involved could be interpreted as a positive sign.

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ZAGG partnership brings Fantastic 4 to Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6

ZAGG partnership brings Fantastic 4 to Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6

The ZAGG team have announced that they're teaming up with 20th Century Fox for a super delivery of super-protective cases for the next superhero movie. The film is the Fantastic Four, and the product is a rather unique piece of hardware. While the company's InvisibleShield products are the most obvious tie-in with the film - what with the Invisible Woman and all - they've also got a couple of new cases that'll only be out for a very short period of time -just before the release of the movie.

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X-Men Days of Future Past: Rogue Cut detailed

X-Men Days of Future Past: Rogue Cut detailed

Through Periscope, of all places, X-Men Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer announced the "Rogue Cut" of his most recent sci-fi film. This version of the movie will include a relatively major sub-plot that includes Rogue, one of the main characters in the first X-Men film. Anna Paquin will be featured in scenes that were filmed and produced to final-feature quality and (originally) cut at the last minute - or due to it being a bit of extraneous information, depending on who you believe, really.

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“Reimagined” Fantasic Four trailer goes dimension-hopping

“Reimagined” Fantasic Four trailer goes dimension-hopping

The comic book world is known, in fact notorious, for its reboots and retcons, and revisions, sometimes not exactly coherent. And it seems that the trait has bled into their big screen adaptations as well. Fantastic Four will be screening less than four months after Avengeers: Age of Ultron, but 20th Century Fox wants viewers to know that FF will be just as a big a thing. Except, it won't be your regular Fantastic Four thing. Well, the Thing is there and the rest of the cast, but things will be slightly different.

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Fantastic 4 reboot trailer: showing real promise

Fantastic 4 reboot trailer: showing real promise

The same studio that brought you the X-Men movies is giving a bit of a reboot to the Fantastic Four. The first couple of Fantastic Four (or Fantastic 4, if you prefer) films didn't do so hot - the actor who played Johnny Storm left the project to become Captain America with Marvel, if that's any indicator - now it's time to give the title a kick in the pants. Instead of continuing to roll with the same cast and the same plot, 20th Century Fox is bringing heat with a "re-imagining" of the team.

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Hulu strikes deal with FX Productions for exclusive streaming

Hulu strikes deal with FX Productions for exclusive streaming

Hulu has announced a new "landmark" deal with FX Productions that will bring additional television content from FXX and FX to the subscription video streaming service. This is the third content announcement the company has made in nearly as many days, and is perhaps the most substantial of the bunch. The agreement was made with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, and under it Hulu says it'll offer the largest FX Networks content selection among subscription VOD services. This is a multi-year deal.

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Deadpool screen test makes all your horrible dreams come true!

Deadpool screen test makes all your horrible dreams come true!

It’s so horrible, the things Deadpool is about to do to your senses. If don’t know who Deadpool is when you’re reading this sentence, turn around and head into a comic book shop immediately. Or just search Google for "Deadpool comic-con exploits".

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Simpsons LEGO episode trailer: No Outside Realities

Simpsons LEGO episode trailer: No Outside Realities

Further evidence that the LEGO universe is one that exists alongside our own as well as many others exists in the newest Simpsons TV show trailer. What better place than on the longest running television show in history to depict secrets of the LEGO reality. It’s not just about LEGO and humans, anymore.

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LEGO Simpsons episode trailer released with 10 screencaps

LEGO Simpsons episode trailer released with 10 screencaps

The Simpsons are coming up on their 550th anniversary show, preparing to ring in the occasion with no less than a fully LEGO delivery. This episode has been teased several times by the network and the LEGO brand - today we’re getting a glimpse of the first TV spot. A trailer, that is to say.

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Magic: The Gathering movie franchise coming soon courtesy of Fox

Magic: The Gathering movie franchise coming soon courtesy of Fox

Fans of the game and lore of Magic: The Gathering rejoice! 20th Century Fox has reportedly just closed a deal that would bring the wildly popular and iconic collectible card game (CCG) to the big screen in not just one but, hopefully, a series of films.

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Simpsons headed to Cable in TV’s biggest off-network deal ever

Simpsons headed to Cable in TV’s biggest off-network deal ever

Up until now, The Simpsons had been running on broadcast syndication - Fox, fo be exact - the same place it started (as its own show) back in 1993. Because a cartoon comedy show such as the Simpsons was relatively unheard of at the time, Fox was able to secure a contract that meant they were able to hold complete exclusivity with the show just so long as they were still airing it on their station. Fast forward 26 years and you've got a show that continues to push new episodes.

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