ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, 'The Wonder Years' gets some really cool packaging, Joss Whedon chats about his contributions to 'Speed,' and Netfix revives 'The Magic School Bus.'

FEATURED: The packaging for the upcoming 'The Wonder Years' DVD box set may be the coolest thing ever.

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- Joss Whedon discusses writing 'Speed' (and losing his screenplay credit). [Huffington Post]

- All of your burning questions about The Wall on 'Game of Thrones' answered! [Grantland]

- An in-depth report from a preview of Pixar's 'Inside Out.' [Pixar Times]


- Netflix is reviving 'The Magic School Bus' for a new generation. [Time]

- 'Insurgent' casts Keiynan Lonsdale as Uriah. [Deadline]

- Mark Rylance joins Steven Spielberg's Cold War thriller. [Variety]

- The '22 Jump Street' Blu-ray will feature a joke-free 10-minute cut. [Collider]


- Here's the first look at Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson in 'Regression.'

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- It's all about the acting in this robot-free 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' clip.

- Melissa McCarthy's 'Tammy' revealed a new TV spot.

- This tease of the new 'Twin Peaks' box set will probably sell a few copies.