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From the differences between the new Oz The Great and Powerful and the classic The Wizard of Oz to the reasons why Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were snubbed by MTV with no nomination for Best Kiss at the Movie Awards, these are the stories we were reading this week!
Return to Oz
The time has come for the hotly anticipated Oz The Great and Powerful to hit theaters, but will it live up to the classic Wizard of Oz? Buzzsugar breaks down the differences with a head-to-head comparison, plus they reveal that even some Kansas characters pop up! You will have to see the film to find out which ones. Who would you love to see show up in Oz?
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been the victors of the best kiss award at the MTV Movie Awards ever since the Twilight phenomenon took over in 2009. So no one had any doubt that they would once again be nominated for a popcorn trophy -- but the saga was almost all but completely shut out! Is it just Robsten fatigue? Celebuzz weighs in.
Doesn't it feel like just yesterday when Lea Michele's Rachel Berry was desperately trying to get a glee club together at William McKinley? Fast-forward 3 1/2 years, and Glee has just hit quite a milestone: their 500th musical number, "Shout." EW takes a fun look back at the show's 25 best musical numbers. Do you have a favorite? Ours may be Darren Criss' Blaine singing "It's Time" to Chris Colfer's Kurt, Naya Rivera's Santana belting out "Girl on Fire," or the original big number with the New Directions: "Don't Stop Believin'."
Come Back, Dawson!
We were glad to see we were not the only ones that were sad when it was announced that Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23 was canceled by ABC. Yes, the show might have been a bit too out-there for some, but how can you deny how awesome it was to have Dawson Leery, aka James Van Der Beek, back on our screens -- and making fun of himself! Hellogiggles feels our pain, and runs down the 12 reasons why Dawson's Creek is still one of their faves, all these years later.
Girls Needs Love
Are you a fan of Girls ... or are you someone who just loves to hate the HBO comedy? Fans and critics alike seem to endlessly take jabs at the show. But what would happen if people talked about some of TV's most beloved shows the way that they talk about Girls? Well, Collegehumor took a stab at it, ranting about how much Seinfeld bugged them -- from Kramer never having a job to Jerry always being superficial about every girl he dated. It's a must-read for DVR addicts!