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Ender's Game writer Orson Scott Card, the man who so endeared himself with his thoughts on gay marriage, has written a 3,000 word essay comparing Obama to Hitler.

We've had romzoms. We've had romzomcoms. And now stand by for the first bolzom, as classic Romero flick Night of the Living Dead gets a Bollywood remake.

A Thai anti-censorship documentary nobody thought would be passed by the censors has in fact been passed by Thai censors.

The writer/producer of The Innocence of Muslims has been released from prison.

In a statement just begging to get tested, Idris Elba says he'd do anything to be in the Inbetweeners movie sequel.

Universal Studios has launched a fellowship for aspiring writers.

Denmark has submitted
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