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Netflix has found their Fire Lord Ozai for the Avatar: The Last Airbender live-action remake!

“Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, She-Ra, and the Princesses of Power) has been cast in Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender, a live-action adaptation of the acclaimed Nickelodeon animated series, as Fire Lord Ozai. Well, Ozai is technically hot, so this is excellent casting. On Instagram, his fellow young cast members, Dallas Liu and Gordon Cormier shared their excitement over this news in the comments of Kim’s Instagram post.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

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The Book of Boba Fett could be teasing the appearance of a fan-favorite clone from Star Wars lore.

The Book of Boba Fett is the story of a simple man making his way across the galaxy. He’s just one guy, as the title suggests. But it’s clear that Boba Fett doesn’t always work alone. After all, he teamed up with Din Djarin in The Mandalorian and now has Fennec Shand by his side. What’s more, we see him teaming up with Jabba’s old colleagues in the trailer for his own series. While Boba Fett may be a solitary creature, he’s not afraid to collect allies when they come in handy. This fan theory suggests he may come in contact with a hugely powerful character — one who may look a little familiar.”

Read more at Inverse

Celebrate 25 years since “Trials and Tribble-ations,” one of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s most beloved episodes.

“We laud Deep Space Nine as the ‘dark’ Star Trek show. Crises of religion and revolution, tales of the Federation’s recalcitrance and glaring imperfections, a story of the war in the heart of utopia. Even its brightest lights could reflect the darkest griefs and struggles of its heroes. But 25 years ago today, Deep Space Nine took a look back at the history it so often interrogated with a lovingly nostalgic lens, if only for a little while.”

Read more at Gizmodo

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Foundation is nearing the end of its first season on Apple TV+, and the story still doesn’t make all too much sense.

“Eight episodes in, and I’m still enjoying the show that I’m watching that isn’t actually Foundation. The first episode laid out a very clear and compelling thesis: 1. There is a mathematical formula demonstrating civilization is about to end, and 2. There is another formula that can be implemented to blunt the worst of it. But ever since then, Psychohistory has become nearly an afterthought, a loose thematic structure on which to hang all the elements in which the show is more interested.”

Read more at The A.V. Club

Still haven’t purchased Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl? The game is now selling at a heavy discount.

Super Smash Bros. has long dominated the platform fighter genre after first inventing it over 20 years ago. PlayStation tried to take the mantle with a middling fighter of their smaller cast of exclusives back on the PS3 with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. More recently an indie title by the name of Rivals of Aether sought to rival Smash with their own cast of 2D fighters—gaining a small devout following primarily due to its ability to mod in community-created fan favorites. Though neither ever reached lasting or mainstream appeal.”

Read more at Kotaku

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