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Producer Sue Virtue tweeted the very first photo from the upcoming Sherlock Christmas special which will undoubtedly make fans very happy. But before you get too excited, remember that the special isn’t due to air until next year and Season 4 won’t happen until 2016.

Still, I’m happy just to know that they are on the case—and looking very dapper while doing so.

Check all the tweets after the break…

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We were told that the Jurassic World trailer would debut during Thanksgiving football but, once again, the release happened a little earlier than planned. Honestly, I don’t know why studios bother trying to schedule these things.

On the plus side, you don’t have to take a break from eating on Thanksgiving to watch the trailer. The official version is available for you to enjoy right here, right now. Check it out after the break…

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Video game graphics have come a long way since the days of Pong and Space Invaders. Those games may be old and dated now, but they were the foundation for the games we play today. This series of videos will take you from the earliest games with their blocky, unrealistic characters to today’s incredibly realistic games that look so good you’d swear they’re real.

See the videos after the break.

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3D printing has already reached its zenith.

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Although this modern trailer for The Last Starfighter may have you itching for a remake, it doesn’t look likely. Quite a few people have tried getting the rights to the film with no luck. The list of those who have tried and failed includes Gary Whitta, Seth Rogen, and even Steven Spielberg.

The news came via a tweet from Seth Rogen in which he revealed Spielberg personally told him that he’d had no luck getting the rights. Following the trail of tweets, it all comes back to the film’s writer, Jonathan R. Betuel, who has no interest in seeing the movie revived. It’s easy to understand why he is protective of the movie, but it’d still be nice to see what could be done with the film today in the right hands.

See Rogen’s tweet after the break.

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millennium falcon rug

This Millennium Falcon rug will put the ship that did the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs right on your living room floor. It measures 59″ x 79″ and is an officially licensed Star Wars product. Made of 100% polyester.

Product Page ($100 via 7 Gadgets)

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We’ve featured Isaiah Stephens before for his incredible artwork. This time it’s for striking new versions of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. These updated Rangers come complete with an entirely new sci-fi style. They’re sexy and badass and will make you wish they’d do a movie with this futuristic version of the Rangers.

See more pictures after the break.

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Dear fellow Browncoats: it is possible to cover a small tree with ornaments inspired by the Firefly universe. ThinkGeek has a four pack of ornaments that feature the Blue Sun logo, the Independent flag, an Engineered by Firefly plaque, and Serenity herself. They also have a tiny Jayne hat. You can compliment these ornaments by making some felt ornaments of the Fruity Oaty Bar girls and painting ornaments with the pattern from Kaylee’s umbrella.

See pictures of the other Firefly ornaments after the break.

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terminator

No one is really sure what to expect from the upcoming Terminator: Genisys movie, but we do know we’re getting good old Arnold back as the Terminator. If you’re worried about whether or not he can pull it off at 67 years of age, this photo tweeted by cClickenbeard ought to lay your worries to rest.

See the tweet after the break.

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It came as no surprise to Christian Bale that a new Batman was cast for Batman v. Superman, but he was still jealous when he heard that Ben Affleck got the role. He told Empire:

I’ve got to admit initially, even though I felt that it was the right time to stop, there was always a bit of me going, ‘Oh go on… Let’s do another.’ So when I heard there was someone else doing it, there was a moment where I just stopped and stared into nothing for half an hour.

I have to say that staring “into nothing for half an hour” is much more of an emotional reaction than we would expect from someone who seemed so adamant about moving on from the role. Bale went on to say that he did manage to shake off the funk once he absorbed the news and even reached out to Affleck.

But I’m 40. The fact that I’m jealous of someone else playing Batman…I think I should have gotten over it by now. I haven’t spoken with Ben, but I emailed him offering bits of advice that I learned the hard way. I would imagine he is doing everything he can to avoid anything that I did.

The internet didn’t have the best reaction to news that Affleck had been cast in the role either, so good for Bale that he came to terms with it and even offered to help Affleck.

(Comic Book Movie via io9)