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Yeah, so here’s Lil Wayne’s weird cover of the ‘Friends’ theme

Feel free to file this in the “unlikeliest covers ever” folder. Lil Wayne covered the Friends theme song, poking fun at the San Francisco 49ers’ poor start to the NFL season in a promotion for the league’s second week on Fox. Well, as fans would know the 49ers did indeed go 0-2 with their loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but the upshot is that we’ve got this utterly bizarre Lil Wayne cover to store in our minds forever.  Read more… More about Music, Movies, Nfl, Football, and Culture

‘Game of Thrones’ sand animation adds a dash of art to Season 7 hype

It’s almost back, you only have a couple more weeks, but in the meantime, here’s a reminder of how awesome Game of Thrones is — in sand!  Poland-based sand artist Tetiana Galitsyna regularly uses her nimble fingers and the grainy medium to craft portraits of all kinds, but this time she decided to do the same in honor of the series’ return, and it’s beautiful.  Set to the theme music of the show, Galitsyna takes us from the iconic direwolves, to the Iron Throne, to Cersei Lannister, and she even gives us an amazing look at the white walker’s Night’s King. These shifting sands of blood and royal intrigue are a pale shadow of the show itself, but until July 16, when it returns to HBO, it’s the next best thing.  Read more…More about Art, Game Of Thrones, Entertainment, Game Of Thrones, and Movies Tv Shows

The 5 best Star Wars Lego sets coming this spring

These are Star Wars Lego sets you’re looking for.  Lego may be keeping upcoming Star Wars Episode VIII Lego sets under wraps — they literally had nothing to show for the upcoming film at New York Toy Fair —  but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a whole bunch of new Star Wars sets on the horizon. Lego has dozens of new sets and character variations, even tiny Mini Figures. The new Lego sets traverse, among others, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Star Wars Rebels TV series. Instead of presenting everything Lego has planned for the Star Wars Universe, we picked out the five coolest sets, ones that you’ll probably want to add to your collection.  Read more…More about Star Wars Viii, Star Wars Rogue One, Star Wars The Force Awakens, Star Wars, and Tech

Where I see myself in 10 years if ‘Fantastic Beasts’ is good vs. if it is bad

As a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, I must admit that I have mixed feelings about the upcoming Fantastic Beasts series. While I remain excited for the first film, I cannot seem to shake the feeling that this series could, in fact, be bad. SEE ALSO: 8 strange Patronus results I got from that Pottermore quiz To help myself, I’ve decided to plot out the next 10d years of my life. Two timelines, diverging from one catalyst: the Fantastic Beasts movie.  If Fantastic Beasts is bad: First 24 hours after viewing a bad Fantastic Beasts: Wow, I will be upset. I will be boiling mad. When the midnight showing ends, I’ll approach the ticket booth and ask the 16-year-old behind the counter if they sell any tranquilizers. They probably won’t have them. After rage walking around the movie theater lobby, I’ll call my parents and say something like, “What a stain on the legacy of the original,” to which they’ll reply “What time is it?”  Read more…More about Movies, Fantastic Beasts, Humor, Harry Potter, and Watercooler

Peek inside the script for that hysterical ‘Angry Birds’ battle-cry scene

How do you write the joke that goes on too long — on purpose? Arguably the funniest moment in Angry Birds comes when Red, Chuck and Bomb are journeying to find the Mighty Eagle. Much to Red’s irritation — pretty much everything is to Red’s irritation, but that’s kind of the idea — Chuck and Bomb are imagining what the Eagle’s battle-cry might sound like. And imagining. And imagining. SEE ALSO: ‘The Angry Birds Movie’: Aim this review wherever you choose, let it fly It’s a take on the classic oh-my-god-this-is-still-going gag, and it works pretty well here, all thanks to some subtle touches from director Fergal Reilly, an Irish animation vet making his debut with the Rovio Animation film out this weekend. Read more… More about Script Notes, Angry Birds, Movies, Entertainment, and Film

Watch the worst superheroes join forces to battle the dumbest villain

We love it when superheroes team up in movies and take their epicness to the next level. After all, what would the world be like without The Avengers or the soon-to-be-formed Justice League? The latest episode of “Trailer Mix” takes some of the worst superhero movies of all time and edits them together into one amazing mega trailer that actually looks pretty awesome. Swamp Thing, Barb Wire, Steel, Underdog, The Shadow, and The Phantom team up to fight Trel, John Travolta’s nincompoop of a villain from Battlefield Earth. So, get ready for some horrible costumes, embarrassing acting, and clich lines: Get ready to watch The Unwatchables. Read more…More about Video, Videos, Movies, Comedy, and Mashable Video

Just-released ‘Batman v Superman’ deleted scene could hold clues for ‘Justice League’

Warning: Batman v Superman spoilers follow. Looks like it’s time for Batman v Superman: Dawn of the Deleted Scenes. See also: ‘Batman v Superman’: What actually happened in Batman’s dream, and what it means for ‘Justice League’ On Monday, Warner Bros.’s official YouTube page released what is likely to be the first of many scenes that were cut from Batman v Superman’s theatrical release. The 44-second video shows us what happened after Lex Luthor let loose his Doomsday monster, but before he ended up in prison with a freshly-shaved head The scene, titled “Communion,” shows an armed SWAT team entering Zod’s fallen Kryptonain ship, where the monster who just killed Superman was born. There they find Luthor, right where we left him. As the music swells, we see a Kryptonian hologram of a very different monster surrounded by floating squares, which disappears when the visibly shaken Luthor notices he’s no longer alone. Read more…More about Entertainment, Film, Video, Videos, and Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice

‘Batman v Superman’: What actually happened in Batman’s dream, and what it means for ‘Justice League’

Caution: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice spoilers ahead. There’s a moment in Batman v Superman when — with no warning — we see the Caped Crusader in the desert, searching for Kryptonite. He fights scores of Superman-branded soldiers (including some with wings) before the Man of Steel shows up and murders him. When Bruce wakes up, informing the audience that this was all a dream, he’s accosted by a mysterious figure warning him that “Lois is the key.” But was that all a dream as well? See also: ‘Batman v Superman’: Go like a speeding bullet to see this dark mess There’s a lot to unpack from this extended sequence. (When it ended during the screening I saw, a woman in the audience audibly yelled, “What the f*ck?!”) But fear not: We have all the answers here. Read more…More about Entertainment, Movies, Batman, Film, and Superman

‘Batman v Superman’: What actually happened in Batman’s dream, and what it means for ‘Justice League’

Caution: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice spoilers ahead. There’s a moment in Batman v Superman when — with no warning — we see the Caped Crusader in the desert, searching for Kryptonite. He fights scores of Superman-branded soldiers (including some with wings) before the Man of Steel shows up and murders him. When Bruce wakes up, informing the audience that this was all a dream, he’s accosted by a mysterious figure warning him that “Lois is the key.” But was that all a dream as well? See also: ‘Batman v Superman’: Go like a speeding bullet to see this dark mess There’s a lot to unpack from this extended sequence. (When it ended during the screening I saw, a woman in the audience audibly yelled, “What the f*ck?!”) But fear not: We have all the answers here. Read more…More about Entertainment, Movies, Batman, Film, and Superman