If you thought you had a hard time learning about the ending of Infinity War, it seems like the stars had an even rougher one.
Update: June 23, 2018 6:17 p.m EDT: The woman appropriately dubbed #PermitPatty has been identified as Alison Ettel, who owns a weed for dogs business in San Francisco. But get this, Ettel, in an interview with Huffington Post, says she was not motivated racially to snitch on the 8-year-old, but was tired of hearing…
The media firestorm that kicked off on Friday night when Sarah Huckabee Sanders was refused service at a Virginia restaurant has reached its logical conclusion: a message from the editorial board of the Washington Post that the Real Problem is mildly inconveniencing powerful people.
The bad news: The European Union is moving forward with its potentially disastrous new Copyright Directive, a law that could have potentially sweeping repercussions for how open the internet remains—and yes, that means the continentals might be coming for your memes. The good news: There’s still time to kill it.
NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps, who was slated to be the first African-American spacefarer to serve as a long-term crew member on the International Space Station until she was pulled from the roster in January, is still waiting on an explanation of why.
A famous sex robot called Samantha was created for sex, but it wasn’t created to take abuse. Samantha’s creator, Dr. Sergi Santos, introduced a new feature that will render the robot unresponsive if it determines that its human partner is behaving in an overly aggressive manner. But it won’t stop you from fucking it.
Scanline Media really has outdone themselves.
Former AT&T employees are blowing the whistle on the company, accusing higher-ups at the telecommunications giant of pushing its sales team to aggressively sign up customers for its streaming service DirecTV Now, leading to consumers paying for unexpected charges.
Like any prolific director, anime legend Hayao Miyazaki has a few preoccupations in his writing. Particularly, he’s fascinated by the natural world, and the conflict between man’s desires and nature’s power.
There’s that old adage about dogs chasing cars, not knowing what they’d do if they caught one. Well, a rat in Assam state, India knew exactly what it wanted to do when it broke into an ATM earlier this month, and that was feasting on money until it died.
For decades, humans have dreamed of wasting away in their own decadence while armies of robots do everything for them. Yet it turns out that now idle daydreaming is slowly giving way to reality, people are a bit uncomfortable.
Amazon and eBay have removed several carbon monoxide detectors from their respective marketplaces after a recent investigation found the devices consistently failed to alert users when gas is present, putting peoples’ lives at risk.
Ramin Djawadi has an important job. As the composer for Westworld, he has to somehow keep topping himself by creating atmospheric, thematically resonant musical cues to ground and frame the android action in the show.
We know that upcoming adventure featuring Marvel Comics’ iconic wall-crawler will have him swinging in places other than New York. Tonight, Tom Holland revealed a very apt title for the spider-sequel.
The 4th of July is next week and maybe you’re going to enjoy it from the backyard or lakeside. Amazon wants to make sure you’re floating along on an inflatable flamingo or playing corn hole with this one-day sale, just in time to pack into a suitcase or the trunk of a car. There’s basically everything you could need…
Clive Barker is known for his unusual approach to horror: violent, imaginative, sexual, and utterly engrossing.
Defying the series’ tradition of Red, Purple, and presumably other-colored Weddings that end with somebody inevitably getting their throat slit or literally puking out their own guts, the cast of Game Of Thrones have finally managed to watch someone get married without anybody being murdered. It probably helped that…
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