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Link Ink: Hulk’s Expanded Role In ‘Age Of Ultron,’ Bill Watterston’s Possible Secret Comics Comeback, And Eva Green On Her Banned Poster

Movies: Mark Ruffalo says Bruce Banner and the Hulk’s story in Avengers: The Age of Ultron is “more complex and has more layers” than it did in the first movie. [Total Film]


Comic strips: Rumor has it that Calvin and Hobbes‘ Bill Watterson is secretly drawing this week’s Pearls Before Swine comics. [The Daily Cartoonist]


Anime: The new Sailor Moon TV series, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal, has a very space-filled, very hard-rockin’ trailer. [Crunchyroll]


Star Wars: Check out these official rules for how to talk about the Episode VII on the Internet. [Badass Digest


Movies: Actress Eva Green talked to Vanity Fair about the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster the Motion Picture Association of America banned for being too revealing. She has no problem with it. “I find it sexy, actually,” she said. [ScreenCrush]


Television: Constantine star Matt Ryan says the new NBC series will “stay as close to the source material as possible.” We’ll see. [IGN]

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