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Don't Call Me Princess from Cartoon Network PR on Vimeo.

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A reboot is in the works for the popular late 90s/early 2000s Cartoon Network show and this is the first clip. Fans remember the TV show fondly for its delightfully weird villains, messages of 'Girl Power' and the occasional, not-so-hidden innuendo. If this clip is an accurate preview of what is to come then it promises to stay true to what made the Powerpuff Girls great.

After all, taking on the Patriarchy is nothing new from this cartoon favorite.




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It's getting closer and closer to the release of the reboot of that 90's kid favorite 'Full House'. Now a full trailer has been released. The show is expected to debut on Netflix on February 26th this year. 

John Stamos has already covered exactly what to expect from the show in an interview. Basically, expect Full House:

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Batman and Superman both think they're right to fight each other. It doesn't seem like we're getting anything new in these 30 second TV spot trailers but they are definitately encouraging you to pick a side. 

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This film is about a woman who is kidnapped by a survivalist who claims he saved her life and forces her to stay with him in his survival bunker. It was originally going to be called 'Valencia' but it was all a trick! 

The twist here is that the creepy survivalist kidnapper totally did save her life because this is the SEQUEL TO CLOVERFIELD. Actually, according to Collider, J.J. Abrams has called it more of a "blood relative" than a direct sequel.  

The movie is still going to be directed by Dan Trachenburg who got a lot of attention in the past for his short film based on the video game Portal. 

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New York Magazine added 8-bit Oregon Trail elements to Leo DiCaprio's 'The Revenant', and real talk this is equally as good, if not better than the original.

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It's great to see Aaron Paul back on track with his new trailer for Hulu's 'The Path.' Like sh*t, this guy can act; and is it just us, or is he exceptionally talented at crying/portraying deep and heavy emotions for his characters?

Paul plays a man whose family's involved with a highly controversial cult movement. The show follows the family's story, as they grow to doubt their faith, and their relationships with one another are put through the rounds.

'The Path' also stars Hannibal star Hugh Dancy and comes from Friday Night Lights executive producer Jason Katims.

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