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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

a U.S.-only Avengers postcredits tag scene (and other adventures in social networking)

What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today:
• More idiots who don’t understand women who like movies: “Even women get in on the action. Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron battle each other in “Snow White and the Huntsman” (June 1). Family-friendly Pixar joins the fray, too, introducing for the first time a female lead character – a young Scottish warrior – in the animated “Brave” (June 22).

“It seems in the wake of the box office success of ‘Twilight’ and now ‘The Hunger Games,’ female audiences wants something with a little more bite to it,” said Dave Karger, movie writer for Entertainment Weekly magazine.” Because we ladies never go to action movies without female stars, and no men are interested in *Hunger Games,* *Huntsman,* or *Brave.* Someone deserves a slap here… Hollywood’s summer of superheroes and sequels, again

• In a fit of jealousy, it seems… Target to stop selling Kindles

• This is US-only, apparently. I guess it’s a consolation prize for having to wait an extra week… Stay Through The Very End Of The Avengers For A Scene Almost No One Has Seen (if you wanna know what’s in that extra scene: click here)

• You can laugh now. But it’s coming, my friends. It’s coming. [Hungry Hungry Hippos poster]

• “For the creators of a Starz series who wanted an authentic look for “Magic City,” a show set in 1959 Miami, it was nearly impossible to find local women with natural breasts.” *facepalm* TV series has trouble finding real boobs in Miami

• Would you buy classic film scripts in ebook form? Warner Brothers To Sell Classic Film Scripts As eBooks

• Nice! A Twitter feed in which filmmakers explain what drives them to make films… @ifilmbecause



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