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Earlier this month, Cartoon Network released an awesome DVD called "The Return," which features 12 episodes from Seasons 1 and 2 of Steven Universe hand-picked by creator, Rebecca Sugar, making it a perfect gift for the person you've been trying to get into the show for ages. Show More Summary
So, like, we all have that one friend who loves all the cute, tiny things, right?
Super Deluxe shared a short video showing different controllers from the 1958's Tennis for Two up until 2016's Oculus Rift.
Today is the "last day of school" for the US Supreme Court before they go on summer break, and they had three big cases that still needed rulings before heading to the beach to work on their tans, two of which would impact women's lives and health a great deal. Show More Summary
Pan's Labyrinth is coming to Criterion Collection Blu-Ray for its tenth anniversary! Director Guillermo del Toro shared the good news over Twitter earlier today, as well as the gorgeous cover art by Becky Cloonan.
Several internet video hosting behemoths have begun to automate the process of flagging "extremist" videos for automatic removal. Facebook and YouTube are among the websites that have initiated automated takedowns against videos depicting "extremist" political propaganda and/or videos that incite violence.
The Houston Zoo posted a video of their llama Fiesta delighting in the leaf blower that they use every morning to clean out the stalls.
Speaking to an audience at Cannes Lions, Channing Tatum revealed that there are no plans for a third Magic Mike film, and that the franchise will instead be segued into two stage shows.
Nicolas Winding Refn's horror film The Neon Demon dissects different types of beauty through a high fashion setting, but does the treatment of Elle Fanning's character have some unfortunate implications?
It's always fun to take a look at what goes into making some classic movies, right?
Venus may be a lot more like Earth—in terms of size—than Mars is, but Mars may once have been similar to Earth in more meaningful ways, unlike now, when it pretty much shares the general quality of being a giant ball of death with all the other planets in our solar system. Show More Summary
Have you heard of Thingstarter? It started as a one-off webseries and now it’s a sitcom available on NBC’s streaming service Seeso. You need to start watching it right now.
The various powers of the X-Men would be pretty terrifying in real life. In spite of that, Youtuber Sufficiently Advanced has decided to recreate all the most dangerous powers from the Marvel universe.
IGN Comics editor and Star Wars fan Joshua Yehl has created a petition on Change.org which asks Disney CEO Bob Iger and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy to consider naming the Star Wars films' first on-screen LGBT character after his friend Drew Leinonen, who was one of the 49 people slain in the Orlando shooting on June 12th.
Journalist Suki Kim writes about how her investigative book about North Korea Without You, There Is No Us was labeled and marketed as an Eat, Pray, Love-esque memoir.
We've had our ups and downs in the marketing for Star Trek Beyond—the movie we all hope makes up for Into Darkness—and this third trailer takes us in yet another tonal direction. Where the first trailer was action-packed and upbeat, the second was a bit more serious, and now we've got one that's downright somber. Show More Summary
With silvery streaks and speckles dancing across the black-and-white frame, piano soundtracks worthy of a school dance recital, and dialogue rendered in text, perhaps nothing could seem more old-fashioned than a silent movie. You might expect the story of such a film to be as outdated as its accompanying technology. Show More Summary
Unlike "four more years," which typically winds up annoying about half the country—give or take—five more years is pretty universally exciting, because it means half a decade more of science using a piece of equipment that was only meant to last until 2005: the Hubble Space Telescope.
In addition to the regular 50th Anniversary bear which is decorated with the classic gold logo, you can also get bears with the classic red, blue and gold uniforms as well as a special Spock bear.
The new team of Ghostbusters has a new HQ, and now they have a brand new LEGO-inspired look thanks to assembler Eric Druon. He said he's going to keep working on it once the movie comes out and more of the inside of the building is revealed--but in the meantime, this is really cool.