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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Character in Close-Up: With Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald hitting theaters this weekend, SyFy Wire explores how Harry Potter icon Professor Dumbledore is, fortunately, a good manipulator:   Expert of the Day: For Wired, real hacker Samy Kamkar looks at the depiction of hackers in movies, including Swordfish and Sneakers:   Human Cosplay of the Day: Stan Lee had fans of all ages, as evidenced by this young cosplayer: Great Cosplay #MadeMeSayExcelsior pic.twitter.com/5daZjJ1DsF — Ziggy (@mrjafri) November 14, 2018   Non-Human Cosplay of the Day: A robot from Oregon State University Dynamics Robotics Lab dressed up for Halloween as...
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