Here's a look back at some of the stories that had superfans in the geek world buzzing this week:
The most "Doctor Who" wedding ever? [Washington Post]
Benedict Cumberbatch has reportedly been cast as a villain in the next "Star Trek." Hitfix]
What a way to end 2011: Spider-Man rescued our own Anderson Cooper from the Green Goblin! [CNN]
Meanwhile, the Enterprise and "Transformers'" Bumblebee made appearances at the Tournament of Roses parade. [Hollywood Reporter]
Harrison Ford watches "Indiana Jones" for the first time (OK, not really). Harrison Ford plays "Uncharted" (really). We crack up hysterically. [UK Daily Mail]
Get creeped out by BBC America's trailer for "The Fades." [Hollywood Reporter]
Decision time looms for "Terra Nova." [Deadline]
A steampunk take on "Hansel & Gretel," coming soon to theaters. [EW]
An early look at Kevin Smith's "Comic Book Men," coming next month to AMC. [Comicbook.com]
An animated poster of "Community's" brilliant parody, "Inspector Spacetime." [Vulture]
"Battlestar"... "Portlandia?" [TV.com]
Farewell, "Jaws" ride. [Orlando Sentinel]
Conventions this weekend:
MAGFest (National Harbor, Maryland)
MegaCon (Orlando, Florida)
Amazing Comic-Con (Mesa, Arizona)
Finally, via iReporter Jerry Gonzales, Gollum welcomes you to Weta Cave Shop! [CNN iReport]
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