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I'm a huge Daria fan. And while I hope there never actually is a live action adaptation of the series (that wouldn't work for a variety of reasons), if it were to happen, Aubrey Plaza would likely be the popular choice to play the prototypical intelligent, sarcastic '90s teen. This wasn't lost on the folks at College Humor, who got Plaza to portray the titular character in a fake trailer for a Daria film that would take place 10 years after the "Is It College Yet?" finale. Daria heads back to Lawndale for her high school reunion, teaming up with best friend Jane and seeing her sister Quinn, her parents Jake and Helen, ex-boyfriend Tom and the rest. Check out the video below to see if it's anything like the future you pictured for the crew.
Viral video makers Front Page Films have been mining Christopher Nolan's ultra-serious Dark Knight trilogy for comedy for a while now in an ongoing series of "Badman" shorts that have parodied everything from Batman Vs. the Scarecrow to Batman vs. Two-Face, Batman Vs. The Riddler, Batman Vs. an
Video: The CW's new live action Arrow gets reimagined as an erotic thriller thanks to College Humor. It's technically SFW, but about as highly suggestive as its Fify Shades of Grey inspiration.
Books: It looks like The Walking Dead
Collectibles: New Adventure Time Mimobot USB flash drives (pre-loaded with AT content) are on the way from Mimoco, with an exclusive Fiona variant being sold at Comic-Con this July.
Upcoming: Stan Lee is
Over the course of more than 70 years of comic book stories, plus dozens of animated and live action adaptations across film television and video games, Batman's secret identity has only been deduced a handful of times -- and more often than not by friends rather than foes
Comics: The results of Boom! Studios' comic book presidential straw poll are in and President Obama has won the battle of the pre-orders.
Movies: New photos reinforce the idea that Amy Adams could be playing a redheaded Lois Lane through the entirety of Man of St
Under the premise that "Hollywood is running out of A-List Superheroes," College Humor's created a series of comedy shorts profiling the likes of the Wonder Twins, The Powerpuff Girls, the Bionic Woman, Falcon, Dazzler and Whizzer for "open casting." Though fans will no doubt take issue with the inclusion of a f