Without Adolphe Sax, there'd be no jazz, no Kenny G, no Epic Sax Guy. Having avoided death on seven different occasions, we very nearly almost had a world without Sax.
What's better than good old-fashioned "DOOM" action? What about "DOOM" starring a BFC (a Big Furry Cat)?
Wubba-lubba-dub-dubbing your way through Los Santos, "Rick and Morty"-style? Sounds great to us.
And why make a wolf do a silly dance if you're not going to set it to "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers? I mean, c'mon.
Artist Victor Doval used frequency bands to algorithmically define the parameters of this visualization. It is meant to appear like a 24-hour time-lapse experienced in 290 seconds "from sunrise to sunrise."
When people lobbed criticism at him, he refused to respond in frustration... for the most part.
The film has become a box-office phenomenon in Japan, China, and across Asia. Can it do the same here?
Your opinion on focus groups may depend on if you're a marketer, a dissatisfied customer, or if you've ever been paid to be a subject. Whatever you think of them, you have a pair of sociologists and a global conflict to thank.
It's okay! Write that letter! They'd probably love hearing from you. Or actually, on second thought, maybe you should delete it. And delete them from your address book just to be safe.
Details are sparse, but we do know that the original voice actors for Zim, Gir, Dib and Gaz are all on board, as is the series creator. The movie will run 90-minutes and is coming, uh, "soon-ish." Mwahahahahaha.
Climate change is practically guaranteed to wreak havoc on our global food system. Thankfully, some people have been putting thought into this problem for a while.
The creator of this film says it took two years to make — someone should give him a crown. Wait, maybe not.
If this were a real game, we'd play it.
Prepare your synapses for a series of strange shorts.
Sure, there are less miserable, more sustainable ways to get fit, but how else are you gonna learn to kill a guy with a single hit?
Rupert Sanders tells us about the journey he went on to make the live-action adaptation of the 1995 anime classic, and the controversy over casting Scarlett Johansson.
"Coco" doesn't hit theaters until November 22nd, but at least we've got this precious animation to keep us company in the interim.
There's no reasonable explanation for any of the laws described here and very little given in the way of historical precedent... so you have to make shit up for them to make any kind of sense.
"Come and take a seat in Lyn's cozy front room, hear her story of love during wartime and watch as her belongings come alive with the hope, fear and humor of one spirited lady."
Faiza, a Syrian refugee, recounts the violence that forced the family to seek refuge in Jordan and the kidnapping of her brother, who was likely tortured to death by the Assad Regime.
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