Whether Grumpy Cat needs a movie at all is still open to debate, but at the very least, they managed to cast the perfect voice for the role. According to a new report, Aubrey Plaza is set to play the irritable feline in an upcoming Lifetime movie (yeah, that Lifetime) called Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever.
Holy crap, Surge is coming back. Be still my beating heart... you will need the rest. For many of us growing up in the 90s, Surge was the go-to beverage for a heavy caffeine fix, that was, before Mountain Dew battered it into an untimely death in 2002. Luckily for all of us whose brains still crave that strange, chemically-enhanced taste though, Surge is back on the market.
Someone really wanted to challenge President Obama to a Pokemon battle. Earlier today, a man dressed in a Pikachu hat and shirt, and holding a stuffed Pokemon toy, jumped the White House fence and made a ru for it. He obviously didn't make it far before he was apprehended by Secret Service agents, although the White House went into a temporary lockdown anyways, just in case Team Rocket was lurking about.
It's become a bit of a tradition for a lot of people to watch the keynote addresses from Apple that occur once every couple months, looking for the newest announcements from the innovative tech company. With today's event, Apple has officially announced the iPhone 6, but more importantly, they also announced the Apple Watch. Something that no one really wanted.
Looking to cosplay as Groot on a budget? Well Redditor Tylernator has you covered with this costume, which is surprisingly awesome looking considering he made it with only about $50 worth of materials.
Wikipedia is the largest repository of human knowledge ever accumulated. It has branches in dozens of languages. It is both the savior and the bane of every college student. All of the answers are there, but your professor won’t let you use them because Wikipedia is a den of scum and villainy. It’s curated by non-experts and vandals with no integrity, right? Nope. It’s a giant library that’s mostly (okay, maybe not mostly) run by robots!
Thanks science, now I can't even enjoy watching Nic Cage and Sean Connery chew some scenery in The Rock without thinking about my cholesterol. According to a new research study, watching a Michael Bay movie led study participants to eat twice as much, as opposed to when watching what could be considered the exact opposite, the PBS talk show Charlie Rose.
You ever notice how things seem to move faster the closer they are? And the darker it is at night? And the more legs there are? And the more suspenseful the music is? And the more webbed body parts you find, just lying around? Kinda makes you think, huh?
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy was basically Star Wars, if Han Solo was the star instead of that Luke Skywalker guy. But why not combine the two on an awesome t-shirt, recasting the members of the Rebel Alliance with the Guardians (Rocket as Yoda was a brilliant choice). It's even got a bit of a Pendleton Ward-inspired aesthetic, if you're into that sort of thing (and you should be).
In this episoderino, Matt, Rami, Sean, and Moo discuss the upcoming PC release of Metal Gear Solid V, Matt forces everyon to talk about Halo and Destiny, and Rami tries to justify his enjoyment of Disney's Fantasia game. Much yelling and jokes ensue.