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Improv Everywhere hosts a video series on YouTube called Movies in Real Life, in which the New York City improv groups bring classic films like Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and The Matrix to life amidst the daily goings-on...
But a lot of the best laughs from The World's End didn't make it into the final cut -- technically, because they're "bloopers" – but luckily, they made it on the Blu-ray edition of the film,
Nearly fifty years after its release, Bob Dylan's classic "Like a Rolling Stone" has finally got an official music video, and it's pretty much the best thing ever.
Aubrey Plaza is known for her droll, dry humor on Parks and Recreation. But for her first leading role in The To Do List she had to nail something else: "sexy, in a really unsexy way."
A couple is breaking up on my roof right now. I was just trying to enjoy the view. Now I will live tweet the breakup. #roofbreakup — Kyle Ayers (@kyleayers) November 17, 2013 At one time or another, we’ve all...
A recap of "Live Bait," the latest episode of The Walking Dead.
Thanks to the courageous work of Batkid -- the 5-year-old who saved San Francisco for his Make-A-Wish wish -- the cast of Arrow realized they could take five and grab a bite to eat.
Community’s Dan Harmon teamed up with voice actor and writer Justin Roiland to create the new animated comedy Rick and Morty. The two sit down to talk about their Adult Swim show, which focuses on the crazy adventures of a...
This Tuesday night, on the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, PBS will air Lincoln@Gettysburg, an hour-long special that explores how Abraham Lincoln became the first president to wield advanced communication technology.
In the latest episode of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy webcomic artist Allie Brosh talks about turning her online strip Hyperbole and a Half into a book.
Five-year-old Miles made a wish to be Batman, so San Francisco (gladly) turned itself into Gotham City.
Two months after the show's finale, WIRED spoke to Singh and Futurama executive producer and head writer David X. Cohen about Futurama's legacy, mathematical and otherwise.
Wondering just which Doctor John Hurt was, and what happened to Paul McGann? A new teaser for this month's 50th anniversary special answers both questions.
This Tumblr mashing up Texts From Last Night and Star Trek: The Next Generation is the absolute best.
For those scared off at the thought of catching up with 50 years of Brit sci-fi series Doctor Who, artist Bill Mudron has a simple (and beautiful) solution.
It's 7:30 on a Monday morning, and a crowd has started to gather at the gates of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. We're linked by two common factors: We all use social media, and we're all really, really into space.
Remember when secret societies used to be secret? Nowadays, they're the entertainment industrial complex's new go-to bad guy.
This week's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. had a lot more Easter eggs in its basket than previous episodes. Here's a breakdown.
Here's the deal: You pay Cards Against Humanity $12, and they'll send you a gift a day for 12 days.
The march of heavy young adult films continues with the new Divergent trailer. Does it pass its aptitude test?