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Spellsinger: The Movie?
Here's another one that somehow slipped through the cracks: A group of fans have been working on their own to try and create a movie adaptation of the Spellsinger series of fantasy novels, having secured the rights from writer Alan Dean Foster in 2011.
Cal basketball: Bears upset No. 12 Arizona
For most of the 11,858 fans at Haas Pavilion on Saturday, this was the kind of moment they expected to share with the Cal basketball team: A pulsating 74-73 upset victory over Pac-12 Conference favorite Arizona. Freshman Jaylen Brown, whose free throw ...
Billy Joel performing the national anthem is bad luck for the Mets
Noted New Yorker Billy Joel will sing the national anthem at Game 3 of the World Series in Queens on Friday, which might be bad news for the Mets. This will be Joel's third time singing the anthem at a Mets World Series game. They're 0–2 so far.
Movie Legends Revealed: Was 'Splinter of the Mind's Eye' Nearly a 'Star Wars
MOVIE URBAN LEGEND: “Splinter of the Mind's Eye” was originally written as a movie sequel to “Star Wars.” We've learned from previous “Star Wars” legends (like whether Darth Vader was always supposed to be Luke's father or Luke and Leia were always ...
Eurosonic highs: 10 of the best acts coming to a festival near you
This Brussels duo know all about casting a spell.

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