‘Magic: The Gathering: The Movie’

20th Century Fox has bought the rights to Magic: The Gathering, probably the only fantasy-based card game addictive and sprawling enough to get grown folks to happily spend all their money and live in their parents’ basements forever, cultivating unbeatable decks and alienating non-Magic-playing friends. (You know who you are, buddy.) The plan is to “develop the property with an eye to launch a massive franchise on the scale of Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings,” but hopefully that doesn’t negate the possibility of this being a series about people playing the game in local comic book shops. Dungeons & Dragons is already getting a big CGI-fest of a movie, guys. Do Magic the right way.

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Glee is moving to New York full-time.

We’re getting exciting new Outkast updates on a daily basis at this point. Today’s special: It sounds like they’re doing an album.

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A Broadway comedy called The Realistic Joneses will see Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall, Marisa Tomei, and Tracy Letts all on the same stage beginning in April.

Wild animals are handling Shia’s retirement poorly:

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True Detective was the biggest HBO premiere since Boardwalk Empire in 2010.

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Willow and Jaden Smith made a song together. [via]

And Janelle Monáe on Sesame Street might be the best thing since Usher on Sesame Street.

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