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As we all know, Twin Peaks, David Lynch’s surreal soap opera, will be making its return next year, and we’re all holding out hope that it’ll be good.

The show, which peaked in popularity during its first season but steadily declined into some of the worst television ever midway through its second, following David Lynch’s departure, will be getting a reboot thanks to Showtime and unwavering fan devotion.

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Of course, this isn’t the first Twin Peaks revival. The show’s movie prequel, Fire Walk With Me, saw the director going full Lynch and was infamously booed at Cannes in 1992. However, this has not quelled fan desire for more.

The director has been cagey about details regarding the series, and that continues with a new teaser, which is just a few seconds director eating a donut. That should get excitement brewing for sure. Regardless of what this new series ends up being, though, at least we’re getting 10 hours of David Lynch directing moving images. Worth it.

@TwinPeaksArchve @YouTube I hate trailers that show you too much...

— Iain Martin (@theIainMartin) December 19, 2016

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Trailer of the Day: When It Comes to The Mummy Reboot, Twitter Stands with Brendan Fraser

There are two types of people in the world: Those who stand with Brendan Fraser and everybody else.

The lines were drawn yesterday as Universal Pictures released the trailer for 2017’s The Mummy, a reboot of the 1999 action-adventure series and, apparently, the first in a totally-unnecessary and confusing “Universal Monster Cinematic Universe.” But more than anything, this is a Mummy movie not starring Brendan Fraser.

The film, which also stars Russell Crowe is playing Dr. Henry Jekyll, is obviously setting up a Jekyll and Hyde movie at some point in the, again, totally unnecessary Universal Monster Cinematic Universe. This sounds like Hugh Jackman’s Van Helsing all over again. But let’s just say, if Brendan Fraser doesn’t show up in that, we’re not going to be happy.

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It would be one thing to be going back to the mummy’s roots and wrapping this bad boy in bandages and stuff, but what we’ve got here is a repackaging of the Fraser Mummy. The Fraser-heads are not having it.

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Disney has a rich history of animating folkstories and fairytales to massive success. Their cartoons fills stores, amusement parks, and my childhood toy box. Disney, however, was eventually replaced as the king of cartoons by Pixar, who shifted the trend from hand drawn movies to computer generated ones. Disney, who owns Pixar, has only recently recovered from that with the likes of Frozen.

But in the last few years, Disney realized it didn’t need to find new fairytales, when they could just remake their own movies with actual people and computer generated animals. Starting with 2014’s Maleficent and through 2016’s monster-hit The Jungle Book, Disney opened the Disney Vault and filled it with money.

Which brings us to Disney’s latest live-action remake: Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson as Belle and a star-studded voice cast, which includes Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson, Ian McKellen, and Kevin Klein. Like 2015’s Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast looks like the cartoon come to life, capturing many of the iconic images of 1991’s Oscar-winning movie and rebuilding them with CGI. It will surely be a massive moneymaker. Check out the trailer above.

The Disney Vault right now:

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The world’s a scary place, but when Slender Man is involved, it gets even scarier.

Exploring the sorted history of the Internet folktale Slenderman, HBO’s new documentary Beware the Slenderman details the real-life, horrific consequences of Internet myth-making. The trailer gets into the spread of Slenderman and how a meme can lead to violent crimes committed by children.

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Part Making a Murderer, part The Nightmare, Beware the Slenderman looks like it’ll be the scariest documentary of the year.

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Despite what many on the Internet would prefer, not only is the Ghost in the Shell movie starring Scarlett Johansson happening, but also there’s a trailer on the way. In this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it clip, we get a glimpse at some of the film’s effects, style, and, of course, controversial lead actress.

As you’ll remember a few months ago, the casting of Scarlett Johansson set off a bit of wild fire in the online community with claims that Ghost in the Shell was guilty of whitewashing. It’s hard to discount those claims when, yet again, an Asian role was given to a white actress, a bit of a tradition in Hollywood movies. The film’s producer came out and defended the film’s “international story,” but with this being such a common occurrence in Hollywood, it’s hard to ignore the problem.

Anyway, enjoy the teaser, if you can! The full trailer drops on November 13.

In the meantime, check out Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver's "Hollywood Whitewashing: How is this Still a Thing?"

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At least they were accurate about how hard it is to assemble that stupid Shrine of the Silver Monkey. 

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Click to Watch This Mostly Safe for Work Trailer of the X-Men Porn Parody

Maybe make sure your boss isn't watching over your shoulder when Mystique appears onscreen, though.

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