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Just in time for sweeps, Marvel is bringing one of their big screen characters to the TV to help out Coulson and his crew on Marvel: Agents of SHIELD. Back for her second appearance, and fresh off of the final season of How I Met Your Mother, Cobie Smulders will be donning the uniform as Agent Maria Hill once again on April 29th.

Audiences just saw Agent Hill helping Director Fury and The Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. How will her presence on SHIELD change after the events ending that particular summer blockbuster? Also, now the HIMYM is done, should we expect to see Agent Hill more regularly as Agents of SHIELD continues?

There has been an awakening... #StarWars #TheForceAwakens

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This short teaser posted to the Star Wars Instagram gives us another look at the Sith baddie, Kilo Ren and his cross beamed lightsaber, but there's a little bit of new news. Namely, John Boyega's character, Finn wielding a lightsaber of his own.

This blue beauty appears to be Luke's original lightsaber from A New Hope, which was lost with Luke's hand in a lightsaber duel in the Cloud City above Bespin.

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Mark Meer, the voice actor of male Shepard and Rana McAnear the model for Samara play their own characters at Dragon Con.

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A PBS short movie about fandoms.

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The Gotham season 2 finale left us all wondering whether or not that was Jerome we heard cackling away in the background....it turns out the fans with the astute ears out there weren't too far off the mark.

"[The laugh] was really to keep [the Joker] alive, to keep Jerome and that threat of the Joker alive. We wanted to make sure fans don't feel that we're completely done with [the mythology of the Joker] because we are 100 percent, absolutely not," he said. "[But,] it's not going to be something we delve into right way at the top of the season," Woodruff explained.