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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is headed to the stage next Summer. Not a whole lot has been revealed about the play, but J.K. Rowling has made a few things clear with recent updates on the anticipated stage production.
Shia LaBeouf is at it again, showing off his mad skills, and artistic verse, this time in the form of freestyle rap. Not only did the actor/performance artist/motivational speaker/rat tail enthusiast demonstrate that he’s the “best to do this since Tupac” but he also had a few words to say about a certain blockbuster franchise from his past.
The phrase ‘going ape shit’ has never been quite so fitting. A gorilla named Shabani has become a hunky heartthrob among women, attracting a very large following of admirers. Japanese women are flocking to Higashiyama Zoo to take a look at what they are calling the most ‘handsome’ and ‘good-looking’ gorilla ever.
The news has been coming quickly from Marvel over the recent weeks regarding which books will be part of the Marvel universe when everything restarts at #1 this fall. We’ve now received confirmation that one of Marvel’s newest teams will be continuing their partnership in their own new series.
There’s always one person who ruins it for the rest of us. But in this case, I’m sure more will be pleased with Disney Parks recent banning as opposed to disappointed. Earlier this morning Walt Disney World officially announced it would be banning selfie sticks from its theme parks.
Today marks the 18th anniversary of the day Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was first published, so what better day to announce that a new Harry Potter story is officially on its way and headed to the theatre next year.
We’ve already had reasons to rave about the 28-year-old star from Game of Thrones and are just as excited for her feature film debut. But here’s 10 more reasons to absolutely love Emilia Clarke.
Despite their adorable smiles, and cuddle-worthy fur, polar bears are not exactly a creature that you want to come face-to-face with in the wild. They are one of the most dangerous mammals on the planet, and living to tell the tale takes a whole lot of luck.
The official Harry Potter website finally debuted the seventh and final book to the timeline today, and with the arrival of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows comes a few new essays offering up some interesting facts about the Harry Potter universe from J.K. Rowling herself.
There are a number of characters in the Harry Potter books that may have served as a sort of father figure to Harry Potter at some point or another throughout the story.
So over at Marvel Comics they’ve got this whole Secret Wars, reboot, relaunch, “All-New, All Different” thing going on. As part of that we’re seeing the ending of some books, the ending of some characters, and everything is being reset back to Issue #1 to start at the top. It’s not bad news for every character though.
Although he’s famous as Marvel’s first and primary Spider-Man, there have been been questions about what Peter Parker’s role will be following the universe shattering events of Secret Wars. Well, wonder no longer.
Earlier today Marvel Enterprises won a multi-decade long battle over a simple Spider-Man toy. The toy was called the Web Blaster, and it's been causing the company a whole lot of problems with the original inventor.
When you’ve spent time pod racing, it comes as no surprise that getting behind the wheel of a car can get pretty boring. That being said, is there any way to make mundane driving a bit more fun?
After a long and heated battle over which version of Spider-Man we would see next on the screen, Marvel announced that it would indeed stay Peter Parker. Needless to say, fans of the Miles Morales character were incredibly disappointed. But in an attempt to ease that pain, Marvel has just announced that Miles Morales will be joining the official Marvel Comics universe as the new Spidey in the Spider-Man comics relaunch.