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Finally, the battle between two television legends we've been waiting for...
You know how you've always wanted to see an insult-fueled rap battle from a British talk show host and a guy who made the word "pivot" funny in the late-'90s? Well that's the kind of hot take you're getting when you tune into The Late Late Show with James Corden. On a a massive battle arena set, Corden and a celebrity guest engage in a rap royale in which they trade pre-arranged barbs, written by a team of talented comedy professionals, as though...
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😂 Gold!!
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We see your downward dog, and raise you back-ass-ward giraffe.
By the time you kick the bucket, chances are you'll have spent 20-26 years asleep. Our human brains need a lot of time to reboot, but some animals manage to go about their days with far less rest time. Take the giraffe: until the mid '50s, researchers believed that giraffes didn't sleep at all. We now know this isn't true, but the tall mammals are one of the most sleepless animals on Earth. A quick google will tell you that giraffes only sleep 30...
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Pink Daleks > all other Daleks.
Families that cosplay together stay together, and Keely Graesser's family has it down. She plays dress up with her 8-year-old son, 5-year-old daughter, and 3-year-old son and has been doing so for a while. They've worn costumes from across multiple franchises and come up with original designs and replicas. They put time into getting the accessories just right. I'm head over heels for the results and had to highlight them in this week's Cosplay Fr...
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Let's remember the short-lived but brilliant X-Men show from 2009.
I've recently wrapped up a look at the first season of the X-Men animated series from the 1990s and I was impressed by how complex the storytelling still felt, how deep the characters are, and how it's still easily the best action cartoon of the era, second only to Batman: The Animated Series. X-Men ran for five seasons between 1992 and 1997, at which time there was a three-year gap of X-cartoonery until 2000’s X-Men: Evolution, which changed the...
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Time travel, Mad Hatters, and sea captains, oh my! It's all in Alice Through the Looking Glass.

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After six long years, we are finally returning to Wonderland this weekend in Alice Through the Looking Glass. The sequel to Tim Burton's 2011 Alice in Wonderland, which grossed more than $1 billion worldwide, hits theaters today and brings with it a host of familiar faces. Except something is rotten in the state of Denmark Wonderland, as the Mad Hatter seems to be fading away. Naturally, there's only one person who can save the headwear-hemming h...
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Agreed. Unfortunately Tim Burton hasn't made a good film in 2 decades
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She watched it with the Grandmother and Grandfather of Dragons.
It does not get much more badass than burning down a prison of patriarchal oppression, killing the entire collection of male leaders looking to deprive you of your kingdom and your freedom, and emerging from the rising flames nude, in all your glory, for a hundred thousand Dothraki, and tens of millions of viewers across the globe, to see you standing tall. Unless you are watching it with your parents. Which is apparently just what Emilia Clarke ...
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Always.
Does your day need some awesome art? I knew it would so I've rounded up some lovely illustrations for you in this edition of Fan Art Friday. Today's gallery is all about the work of Mioree. She works digitally and creates positively dreamy portraits of all sorts of fictional characters--Megara from Hercules, Sailor Moon, and Snape from Harry Potter are all in her portfolio. Look how beautiful/handsome this Slytherin looks: Always. Sniffle. The d...
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Taste the rainbow.
Another day, another food trend. This time, the big culinary craze is rainbow, as in making all of your food rainbow-colored. And while it may look, sound, and (for all we know) taste strange, we still want to try it. And so we've come up with what we think is the next step in the trend's evolution: baked rainbow mac and cheese. You may have caught this colorful meal on the Nerdist Facebook page last week for our new series, Put This In Your Mout...
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Maybe if you crumble about a pound of bacon in there I could look past The Kraft Rainbow colored cuisine.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers are back with the funky grooves.
Nary a week after Flea decreed that rock music is dead (and Anthony Kiedis's debilitating shits), he finds himself slappin de bass in a brand new Red Hot Chili Peppers song, "The Getaway." Not sure if Flea is exempting his own band from his claim since the Chili Peppers were also a punk-funk band with sometimes-not-so-great hip-hop attempts, but the Chili Peppers' new track definitely sees the group treading over similar territory from their prev...
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Clonecast #20: Stephen Lynch & Katarina Chovanec; Heli Kennedy (Orphan Black 4.07 & Helsinki comics)
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This week Kaitlyn and Mackenzie gab with Orphan Black’s makeup designer Stephen Lynch and key hair stylist Katarina Chovanec about everything up to season 4 episode 7 (“The Antisocialism of Sex”); then talk with writer Heli Kennedy about her work writing the Helsinki prequel mini-series of the Orphan Black comics. Spoilers abound! Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram!
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It might actually be too late to say sorry, Justin Bieber.
Love him or hate him, Justin Bieber knows how to keep his name in the news. This time, however, it's another musician who's dragging him into headlines. To clear your head afterwards of the popstar's fame, read on about Sia's cover of Nat King Cole for Finding Dory, Arcade Fire's surprise DJ set at the Louvre, Bat for Lashes' unnerving video, Chance the Rapper's enchanting music video, and Sheer Mag's phenomenal TV debut. Ruh-roh. It looks like ...
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I hope she gets enough to stop singing what the hell was that. I rather listen to Shakiras album on repeat.
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Duncan Jones On WARCRAFT, Hostfulness, Greg 'n' Lozo X2: The Week In Podcasts
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Say, do you need something to listen to while you go about your long holiday weekend, assuming you're in the U.S. and have a long holiday weekend coming up? Or if you're not in the U.S., do you just want something to listen to while you DON'T have a long holiday weekend coming up? We have plenty of good shows from this week at the Nerdist Podcast Network, so whether you're at the beach or pool or barbecue, or if you're just stuck in hopeless traf...
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