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First Official Look at Jurassic World Lego Set

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Lego is gearing up for a big summer 2015.  In addition to their regular sets and the ones they'll have for Avengers: Age of Ultron, the toy company is also working on Jurassic World.  This weekend, the first official Jurassic World Lego image went online, and it shows the dino mayhem you'd expect.  You can also see the minifigure for Chris Pratt's character, Owen, as well as B.D. Wong's Dr. Henry Wu.  This image doesn't specify a particular set, but I hope one of the six sets will be the "Jurassic World" gate, although it would be even cooler if they let you change the marquee to "Jurassic Park" for nostalgia's sake. Hit the jump to check out the Jurassic World Lego image.  The film also stars Bryce Dallas HowardNick RobinsonTy Simpkins, Vincent D’Onofrio, Irrfan KhanJake JohnsonOmar Sy and Judy GreerJurassic World opens in theaters in 2D, »

- Matt Goldberg

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Homeland Season Four Finale: “Long Time Coming”

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Oh, Homeland.  Homeland, Homeland, Homeland.  This is why we can't have nice things; because you go and do a thing like that.  Last week, at the end of "Krieg Nicht Lieb" I thought, "this would have been a dynamite finale."  Imagine it: after all of that crazy build-up and all of the emotion after Aayan and the slaughter at the Embassy, and Quinn going rogue on Haqqani, and Carrie finally getting her shot at him, and Khan stopping her because of Dar Adal … it would have allowed this season to be a beautiful capsule, and tribute to Homeland's glorious resurrection, leaving us hungry for next season.  Instead, we got "Long Time Coming."  Hit the jump because "I know how this goes.  It ends badly." I feel like the Homeland writers had all of this personal stuff about Carrie, and to a lesser extent Quinn, just ready to flood this season, »

- Allison Keene

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The Affair Season One Finale Recap: “10″

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All season, The Affair has ridden a dark, moody, emotional wave, intertwining Noah and Alison's stories of not just the carefree days of a summer fling, but of the harsh, cold reality of what it has meant for them and their families afterwards.  Its first season finale, "10," felt like an odd coda given all that had come before; a lot of answers and teased moments were addressed quickly and boldly, but left in doubt where a second season might pick up.  Hit the jump for why being alone is all very glamourous -- until you need a kidney. I usually just focus on character development and emotional moments in The Affair, so to be a little different (because "10" really did have a different feel to it), let's explore plot first.  We knew from weeks ago that Scotty was the one who the murder mystery revolved around, not Cole like many of us initially predicted. »

- Allison Keene

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