Newswire: Liam Neeson helpfully informs American parents that Taken is fiction

Who can take anything ”big media” says as the truth anymore? Sure, they may tell you that the movies Hollywood makes aren’t real, but then again, they also said we were safe from Ebola, and now look at us! Ebola everywhere! That’s why some sensible Texas parents—more than 40 of them—refused to accept that their high school-age children could safely […]

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Great Job, Internet!: Raiders Of The Lost Ark: the adorable puppies and kittens version

If you ever have one of those existential dilemmas where you simply can’t decide between a rousing, Nazi-filled adventure movie or YouTube videos of adorable puppies and kittens, filmmaker Zach King of FinalCutKing has a solution for you: Raiders Of The Lost Bark. The video, according to King, “was created with three rolls of duct tape, 108 glue sticks, 18 […]

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Newswire: AC/DC, Jack White, and Drake will headline this year’s Coachella

AC/DC, Jack White, and Drake will headline this year’s Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival. Before closing out their individual nights, they’ll be joined by undercard acts like Tame Impala, Steely Dan, Interpol, Ratatat, Alt-J, The Weeknd, Ryan Adams, and St. Vincent, with the whole rundown posted below. You’ll notice that the lineup definitely skews heavier toward EDM than it […]

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Great Job, Internet!: Jurassic Parks And Recreation finally puts Andy Dwyer in charge of dinosaurs

Just as Chaos Theory predicted, it was inevitable that a Jurassic Parks And Recreation mash-up was coming. In fact, it’s unlikely anyone would be surprised if the plot of Jurassic World does turn out to be that Chris Pratt’s Andy Dwyer is too goofy to be left in charge of an island of misfit dinosaurs. Plus, with the Parks And […]

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Newswire: Scott Weiland says his new album is “furry,” announces tour

Scott Weiland (the real Scott Weiland, not hilarious shoplifting Weiland impersonator Jason Michael Hurley) is releasing his first new album in five years, a record he proudly describes as “furry.” In an interview with Rolling Stone, Weiland said Blaster is a much more straight-ahead rock effort than his last solo release (which he apparently considers to be 2008’s “Happy” In […]

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Newswire: Fox announces release dates for Gambit, Assassin’s Creed, a bunch of other movies

In a world where Marvel schedules its films five years in advance, all studios must start planning ahead. To this end, Fox has laid claim to several 2016 and 2017 release dates, probably to help minimize the risk of losing any games of “blockbuster weekend chicken.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox’s announcement includes pushing back its scheduled 2016 Planet […]

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Newswire: Game Of Thrones to be the first TV series shown in IMAX

Because it’s going to get your money somehow, dammit, HBO has announced plans to bring two episodes of Game Of Thrones to IMAX theaters, the first time a TV series has been screened in the immersive giant-screen format. According to Entertainment Weekly, season four’s penultimate episode “The Watchers On The Wall” and season finale “The Children” will be remastered and […]

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Newswire: Syfy’s 12 Monkeys will mess with the lights in some viewers’ homes

Syfy has announced that it’ll be giving certain viewers the option to let the network take control of their home’s lighting systems during broadcasts of its upcoming series 12 Monkeys. The new show—based on the 1995 Bruce Willis film, and set to debut on Jan. 16—will come with a “light track” that owners of Philips’ smartphone-interactive Hue lighting system will […]

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