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In their defense, they'd heard that Montana was filled with Snorlaxes.
Adding to the litany of ridiculous, Pokémon GO-related mishaps, two Canadian teenagers have illegally crossed the Canadian/American border. Yes, two teens were so distracted by the mobile game that they looked up from their phones and found themselves in a completely different country. The teens were walking and hunting Pokémon in Coutts, Alberta and, as Newser reports, suddenly found themselves around Sweet Grass, Montana (that's about an hour's...
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Damn Frostbacks coming down here and taking our Pokémon!
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Big voice, big bow, little hooves.

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Sia can do it all—even transforming into a cute cartoon pony. The pop star has just been cast as a character (and singer!) in the new film My Little Pony: The Movie. If you're itching for other news, stick around to hear about the White Stripes song in the new Justice League trailer, the Insane Clown Posse march to D.C., Thom Yorke's bedtime sleepy mix, and Chance the Rapper's amazing new music festival. By now, Sia's move to world domination is...
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We finally picked our jaws up off the floor after that Wonder Woman trailer and we're back with an in-depth breakdown.

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This year's Comic-Con had so much to do, so much to see, and so many awesome new trailers to freak out about and analyze in excruciating detail, so what's better time to break down the brand spankin' new Wonder Woman trailer?! Hold on to your armored, Themysciran horses, DC Cinematic Universe doubters because the Wonder Woman trailer is here and it's so freaking great! We're breaking down everything you may have missed frame-by-frame on today's N...
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Why does it always have to be boulders?

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Home Geekonomics is a series that features the best in geeky home decor, food, and DIY. Each week will focus on a specific fandom and highlight the best of geek for your home and everyday life. It seems like we were just talking about Comic-Con planning and now it's already come and gone. Last week was a blast with huge announcements, great cosplay, fantastic comics, and even our very own Camp Conival! If you could manage the throngs on the show...
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Immortals that aren't vampires? Now that's a TWIST, Anne Rice.

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After a decade away from the vampires that made her famous, author Anne Rice returned to Lestat and his vampiric cohorts in 2014's novel Prince Lestat, kicking off a whole new run of her legendary Vampire Chronicles series. Now the second volume of this new iteration of the Vampire Chronicles has officially been announced, via Entertainment Weekly, and it's called Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis. The new novel arrives on November 29th,...
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Things get pretty "explosive" in a new episode of Force Grey. What's your favorite moment so far?

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The dust from San Diego Comic-Con has only just settled, but that doesn't mean that it's time to rest on our nerdy laurels, especially when there's adventure to be had! Ease back into the real world this post-SDCC Monday with another exciting episode of Force Grey: Giant Hunters. This week's episode, tentatively titled "Frost Giants in the Swamp," may sound like a weird reality TV series airing on the History channel, but it is actually pretty mu...
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Bill Hader could have played every supporting role by himself, though.

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For a while, it was up in the air who was going to get to play Young Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars spin-off film, and while several names were attached to the role, it ultimately went to Hail Caesar's Alden Ehrenreich. Now, according to a totally real*** sketch on Conan, it turns out a bunch of famous and familiar Hollywood faces gave their best shot to get the role but ultimately came up empty-handed. Conan O'Brien managed to get his hands ...
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I'm glad it was clarified that these were fake auditions.
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The voices of SpongeBob and Patrick share heartwarming stories about lifelong fans.
SpongeBob SquarePants has been around for nine seasons and 17 years. Since its debuted in 1999, the show has produced 201 episodes and two movies, keeping people interested all the while. That kind of longevity means that not only have new fans been coming in, but that a lot of the audience has grown up with Bikini Bottom their entire lives. "People come up and say, 'Thanks for my childhood. You were the voice of my childhood,'" said Tom Kenny, t...
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But what if there's a Vaporeon there?!

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We've argued that Pokémon Go is an overall societal good, but with anything that's as broad-reaching as the augmented reality app is, there are bound to be some issues. One of the biggest ones is that people are playing the game in places they probably shouldn't be, like police stations, the National Holocaust Museum, and cemeteries, and now another no-no location has been added to the list: Rihanna concerts. During a recent concert in France, th...
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As much as people pay for a ticket she shouldnt care if people take a crap right there in the front row.
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Charlie Hunnam Will Not Return for PACIFIC RIM 2
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San Diego Comic-Con is over, but a new update from Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam just hit us like a kaiju punch to the heart! Pacific Rim 2 is happening, but Hunnam won't be returning to his role, Raleigh Becket! Hunnam dropped the bombshell while speaking with Yahoo! Movies about his next film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. "I read an early draft ...There was one incarnation of this sequel that involved me heavily, but I was unavailable,"...
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Where do you think T2 will pick up with the characters we met and loved back in Trainspotting?
On May 16, we received glorious word that Trainspotting 2, the highly anticipated sequel to Danny Boyle’s 1996 dark comedy, had finally begun filming. On that same day we also got a release date (January 27, 2017 in the UK and February 3 stateside) and a first trailer. Today, as Yahoo reports, we got our second teaser. The new Trainspotting 2 clip doesn’t offer much in terms of narrative, but it does firmly cement the train motif and brings back ...
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OK but like, Legion looks BANANAS in the absolute best way.

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Marvel's merry mutants have always fascinated and excited us in equal measure—theirs are outsider origin stories steeped in the sort of darkness that's perfect for today's television landscape. So excuse us while we lose our minds over the first trailer for Legion, Fargo creator Noah Hawley's adaptation of the story of David Haller, the mega-powerful mutant son of Professor Charles Xavier. Because holy crap, it looks so good that we barely have t...
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