Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is in theaters now and hopefully you have, or are planning to, see it. We recommend that. And afterwards, maybe you’ll be curious to know the real story behind arguably the film’s biggest laugh. We’ve got you covered.
It’s never the big, important things that stick in your memory. It’s always the weirdest details or most bizarre bits of information. I, for example, will always remember that the state bird of Utah is the California gull. Because that is ridiculous.
The answer, via the New England Aquarium: "Penguins can drink salt water, but the salt is removed from their bloodstream by a salt gland behind the eyes. Then they sneeze out the salt!"
Rumour is we recently passed a threshold where we have now found as many celestial objects as there are people who were ever born. Sounds weirdly true. But is it a myth or fact? I decided to investigate.
On this day in history, shuttle mission STS-7 safely landed, concluding the mission. What was special about this particular mission?
On 16 June 1963 the Soviet Union launched Vostok 6 with the formidable Valentina Tereshkova aboard, making her the first woman in space. On 16 June 2012 China launched Shenzhou 9 with Liu Yang, China's first woman astronaut, aboard as part of a three person crew.
Lightsabers. The weapon of a Jedi knight. An elegant weapon for a more civilized time. The most efficient limb-removal device in the galaxy. But who made them? How did George Lucas determine their colors? Are there other light-weapons in the Star Wars universe? Here are more than a dozen lightsaber facts only the…
For the costume nerds and those of us who can't help but go "Haven't I seen that before?" and take to Google, Recycled Movie Costumes is there for us.
Whether you're trying to impress the hottie in the Kaepernick jersey, win back a bit of your bar tab during trivia night, or shut down that loudmouth at the other end of the bar, rest assured that you'll need this Super Bowl knowledge sooner than you think. So to prepare for such an eventuality, simply cut out these…
What are happy numbers? Primarily, happy numbers are proof that mathematicians take joy in strange things. It seems they have been playing with numbers the way that more normal (cough) people play with action figures, and have decided that there are a whole category of numbers that are happy. And then there is the…
IMDb just released a new trivia app for the iPhone that's sure to be a great time spender/waster for any TV and movie buff. There are hundreds of fun little questions that'll work the part of the brain you fried from watching all those movies and shows.
If you're a visual type of person, then you will love the new Infographics app from Column Five Media.
Sylvester McCoy didn't just wear the most question marks of any Doctor — he also played the role the longest. A British game show incorrectly claimed that David Tennant played the role for longer than McCoy, leading to a recount.
The "cat scare" is a subcategory of the well-known "jump scare" in horror and science fiction, when our heroes are looking for the Big Bad but find a screaming kitty instead. Do you know where these cat scares come from?
In today's Remainders: your noggin! It's what chess champ Garry Kasparov used to defeat increasingly sophisticated computer opponents; it's what the contestants on Jeopardy consult for answers (or questions); it's the site of the next X-Prize challenge; and more.
If you're looking to while away a ridiculous number of hours on your favorite movie trilogy, you are very much in luck. This Wednesday, Chronicle Books releases the 2500-question trivia game book Obsessed with Star Wars, which should nestle quite nicely in between companion volumes Obsessed with Hollywood, Obsessed…
You know how your iCal icon in the dock always shows July 17 until you actually start up the app? Did you know why? It's because July 17 is the date that iCal premiered at MacWorld 2002, which technically makes today its "birthday." (Development time would then be its gestation period.) Here's another interesting…