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New Costa Rican frog species bears striking resemblance to Kermit the Frog

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Kermit the Frog might tell you that it’s not easy being green, and now a newly discovered species might be able back up that claim. As reported by BuzzFeed, the Costa Rican based glassfrog—called Hyalinobatrachium dianae—is making news because it bears a rather striking resemblence to everyone’s favorite talking amphibian. 

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Assassin's Creed Chronicles China set for release on Tuesday

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Assassin’s Creed has traversed the globe, telling the story of assassins everywhere from Italy to Jerusalem to the United States. But despite eight main games and several offshoots, there are still plenty of locales for the series to explore and integrate into its overarching plot. And that’s exactly what Ubisoft intends to do with Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles.

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Zooey Deschanel says she doesn't identify with her 'adorkable' New Girl character

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Zooey Deschanel has been synonymous with New Girl’s Jess for nearly four years—but the actress wants fans to know that while Jess is “adorkable,” Deschanel doesn’t really see that label applying to her.

“I don’t always identify, perhaps, with the way that I’m portrayed in certain public contexts,” Deschanel said in an interview with The Huffington Post. “I try to stay away from that sort of thing.”

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Heroes of the Storm gets release date from Blizzard

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While Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s entry into the multiplayer online battle arena genre (MOBA, for those who hate long genre names), has been playable in early forms for awhile. Now, the company behind World of Warcraft and Diablo is ready to officially release the game later this year.

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Game of Thrones TV Book Club: Arya! Sansa! Brienne?! Let's talk 'House of Black and White'

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Welcome back to the Game of Thrones TV Book Club, a discussion space forThrones viewers who have also read the five books (so far) of George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series. This week, Darren Franich and Hillary Busis dive into season 5’s change-filled second episode, a banner hour for the Stark girls (and the Maid of Tarth).

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Five Broadway tickets to snag before Tony nominations make it impossible

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This article may only serve you well for the next few days, but it may just be the difference between access to the season’s hottest tickets and standing in line with your visiting relatives at the same old tourist shows (which, for what it’s worth, are all still deserving of your patronage).

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Sabado Gigante: Why Don Francisco’s Spanish-language show matters

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Settling down on a Saturday night to watch Sábado Gigante—which, translated, means “Giant Saturday”—is a time-honored tradition in millions of households across the Spanish-speaking world. (When asked, most Latino millennials would definitely admit to having watched an episode or… two hundred.) Hosted by Mario Kreutzberger, better known as Don Francisco, the three-hour show was known for its jam-packed segments, the likes of which put U.S. variety shows to shame.

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Star Wars: Battlefront trailer, release date, first details revealed

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After more than a year of teases, Star Wars: Battlefront news has finally come to light at Star Wars Celebration—including a first look at the game in action.

Battlefront, which continues the long-dormant Star Wars video game franchise, will be released by EA from DICE on Nov. 17 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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All Nippon Airways unveils Star Wars themed jetliner

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Looks like Star Wars fans are getting the Lord of the Rings-style treatment when it comes to air carriers. The Huffington Post reports that this fall, All Nippon Airways will be branding one of its new Boeing 787s with an R2-D2 design, in honor of the film’s upcoming release in December.

According to the All Nippon website, which is currently dedicated to the R2-D2 jet, the droid-inspired air carrier is the first of what the company is calling its “Star Wars” project, a five year initiative that will attempt to connect Japan to global markets. 

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Jared Leto shares photo of his short, green Suicide Squad hair

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Jared Leto has made another major hair decision as he gears up for his new role as The Joker in David Ayers’s Suicide Squad.

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