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Press Release Joss Whedon’s acclaimed “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” starring Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day,” will make its television debut on Tuesday, October 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on The CW.

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When Neil Patrick Harris takes a hiatus from How I Met Your Mother, he won’t be sitting on his laurels.  Instead he’ll be running around with the three apple high Smurfs in the Raja Gosnell Smurfs movie.  The news reports don’t state what live action character he will play, and NPH doesn’t strike me as a Gargamel-type.  If I were to put my money on the role, I would say he’ll be playing one of the ‘mericans who is trying to get one of the lost Smurfs back to his tribe. via Deadline Hollywood

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Well not THE Dr. Horrible, but Neil Patrick Harris will provide the voice for the Music Meister in an upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode. The Music Meister—an amalgamation of various DC Comics villains—“has the power to create song wherever he goes, and he’s trying to dominate the world,” Tucker says, before pointing out that the episode’s “plot itself is just the framework, an excuse to have everybody sing!” Tucker and producer/story editor Michael Jelenic wrote five original songs for the episode. Yes, Batman: The Musical! If you are attending the San Diego Comic Con, you’ll want to

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Dark Horse Comics has sent Major Spoilers its schedule of events at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con.  One of the show exclusives is a Domo figure, and you can win it for free just by stopping at the Dark Horse booth (#2615) and signing up for the raffle.

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Okay Whedon haters, you can skip this post as there is nothing you’ll want to read here. The first installment of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog dropped today (streaming via Hulu), and at first the episode looked to be really lame – Dr. Horrible (Neil Patrick Harris) reading e-mails on his video blog.  But wait a couple minutes and the music kicks in and becomes a really wonderful little piece full of comedy, romance, and yes, music. The entire three part series is only going to online this week only, so if you like Whedon, evil villains looking for love, and

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