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Apparently, that live-action Naruto movie is still in the works and it looks like the man who first brought the manga to life is helping out with the production. Masashi Kishimoto announced his involvement at this year's Jump Festa expo, sharing some pre-production images with audience members. Whee!

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We've known that Disney is doing a brand new DuckTales for a while, but now we're starting to get some solid details about who'll be providing the voices of our feathered friends... and it turns out a former Time Lord and Marvel villain is lending his brogue to Scrooge McDuck himself.

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Video: That's a bit of a tumble, ain't it? Watch as this crew member gets blown away on the flight deck after the EA-6B Prowler took off. It's pretty scary, especially since he gets blown pretty damn close to the jet blast defector (and that he's on an aircraft carrier), but he manages to regain his bearings and even give a little celebration after getting tossed the hell around.

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Former Mythbusters' star Adam Savage is a self-described "superfan" of The Expanse, Syfy's critically acclaimed sci-fi spectacle. As the show gets ready for season 2, Savage himself hosted a 20-minute expansive look into the space opera, which is available to watch for free online. If you haven't watched any of the show, this will definitely help you catch up.

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If by some force of The Force you've avoided spoilers for what Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is about, well you might want to avoid this latest peek. The extended version of the teaser released last week basically lays out the entire plot. It's definitely a change of pace from The Force Awakens, which kept us largely in the dark until opening day.

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Disney and James Cameron are still trying to convince the world that Avatar remains a thing. And who knows, they might be right... eventually. Seven years after the film debuted, and right in the midst of four planned sequels, the Mouse has revealed that Pandora — The World of Avatar is opening in winter 2017 at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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When Star Wars was released in May of 1977 it captured the imaginations of numerous people who would go on to change the world. One man, an inventor named George Carter was inspired to change the ways in which teens screwed around in their free time — he invented Laser Tag.