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Disney’s picked Lasse Hallström to direct The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, a live-action adaptation of the classic Christmas story. Amazingly, this is a live-action project that isn’t simply another take on one of its classic animated features.
This weekend, the grown-up versions of Hansel and Gretel become witch-hunters. They join Abraham Lincoln, who hunted vampires on the big screen a while back. But why stop there? Our historical and cultural landscape is crammed with amazing figures, who could be out there getting some monster fighting done.
Watch this terrifying clip from the horrific live-action Nutcracker adaptation, in which an evil wooden boy feasts on the entrails of Father Christmas. Or something. We're not sure because we started crying and ran away. Christmas is canceled, everyone.
This handsome devil is not a hazelnut bong. It's a nutcracker. Or rather, a nut-smashed-by-gravity's-pitiless-fury-er. Your wrists will thank you every bit as much as your legumes will fear you.
Who says Hillary's a ballbuster? No, she's a nutcracker. Here's proof. Just in time for the Christmas season, shell out $29.99 and remove the shells from your walnuts with style. When she's done cracking nuts, Hillary stands up on her own, lording over you as she awaits her next opportunity to bust a few nuts. And if…
Leave it to the commenters to make the nutcracking jokes, but this design concept could be a serious ball-buster. Consisting of two aluminum tubes, it's sized to fit a walnut inside, and all you need to do is twist, and the nut is cracked right in two by the nutcracker's ridged edges. Seems pretty simple.