Apr 20

The Duff on Digital HD 5/26 & Blu-ray/DVD 6/9

The DUFF

“An instant classic”

- Variety
 
“The DUFF…the Mean Girls of this generation”
- Perezhilton.com

True-To-Life Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy Arrives On Digital HD May 26 And Blu-Ray™ Combo Pack, DVD And On Demand June 9

SANTA MONICA, CA (April 20, 2015) – Breaking down barriers and erasing labels, the smart, honest, hilarious comedy The DUFF arrives on Digital HD on May 26th and will follow on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and On Demand on June 9th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment and CBS Films. Based on the best-selling book by Kody Keplinger, The DUFF reveals that while social media can amplify even the little things, high school social hierarchy hasn’t changed since the John Hughes era. Directed by Academy Award® winner Ari Sandel (Best Live Action Short Film, West Bank Story, 2006), The DUFF features some of today’s hottest stars, including Mae Whitman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Robbie Amell (TV’s “The Flash”), Bella Thorne (Blended), Bianca Santos (Ouija), Skyler Samuels (upcoming TV’s “Scream Queens”) Romany Malco (Showtime’s “Weeds”), Nick Eversman (Wild) along with Ken Jeong (TV’s “Community”) and Allison Janney (TV’s “Mom”).

Apr 20

The Messengers Sneak Peek: Strange Magic – 1.02 – 4/24/15

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1.02 - "Strange Magic"

Below is a sneak peek from the episode "Strange Magic." The Messengers airs Fridays at 9/8c. Check it out below.


Apr 20

The Originals Inside Look: When the Levee Breaks – 2.19 – 4/20/15

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2.19 - "When the Levee Breaks"

Below is an inside look from tonight's episode "When the Levee Breaks." The Originals airs Mondays at 8/7c. Check it out below.


Apr 20

Mr. X Sounds Like One Of The Year’s Worst Movies. Can’t Wait To See It!


Here’s the trailer for Mr. X, a new movie that rocked the box office in India this past weekend. Similar to the classic superhero drama Mr. India, it’s about a man who gains the power of invisibility, and uses it to take revenge on the bad guys. And find love!

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Apr 20

This week is National Park Week!

This week is National Park Week! From April 18—26, parks across the U.S. will be celebrating with walks, movies, talks, and tours, which you can find by searching the National Park Week Event Calendar. You can also click here to find the park nearest you. http://findyourpark.com/

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Apr 20

R.L. Stine Explains Why It’s Gotten Harder To Scare Teenagers

Since 1989, R.L. Stine has been scaring teenagers, first with the Goosebumps books and now with the Fear Street series. But it’s gotten tougher — as he tells Time, it’s hard to keep up with technology, as well as shifting teenage trends.

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Apr 20

Life Is Perfect For Phil On Last Man On Earth—Then It’s Worse Than Ever

For a brief, fleeting moment, everything is perfect in Phil Miller’s life. He has what he thinks he wants, and he’s determined to keep it that way. But if there’s one rule in The Last Man on Earth, it’s that the universe hates Phil and wants him to be as miserable as possible.

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Apr 20

Don’t Ever Touch This Fish

Yes, this fish has spines. Yes, this fish releases toxins. No, that’s not the reason why you shouldn’t touch it, though. You’ll know why you shouldn’t touch it when you find out what it has instead of scales.

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Apr 20

My friend’s little low-budg sci-fi web-series was just nominated for a Webby Award alongside The Walking Dead and Comedy Central web shows! Link in comments!

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Apr 20

Some Of The Most Amazing Dirt Cheap Homemade Robots Ever Built

Robots have come a long way in the past few decades — but some of the coolest advances in robotics haven’t come from huge companies or massive university labs. Makers, inventors, tinkerers and builders have been creating some to-die-for robots for years now. Check out some videos of the very best DIY cheap robots.

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Apr 20

Today’s Best Stories

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Apr 20

The Vatican fears sexy vampires, and real-life exorcisms are on the rise

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Apr 20

Childhood’s End Sneak Peek: December 2015

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December 2015

Below is a teaser from the upcoming Childhood’s End, an adaptation of the 1953 sci-fi novel of the same name by Arthur C. Clarke. Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), who will play Karellen, the ambassador for the Overlords, piques our curiosity in this simple clip.

About Childhood's End
Written by Arthur C. Clarke and hailed as a revolutionary work of science fiction since its publishing in 1953, Childhood’s End follows the peaceful alien invasion of Earth by the mysterious “Overlords,” whose arrival begins decades of apparent utopia under indirect alien rule, at the cost of human identity and culture.

Apr 20

Crickets Alone Will Not Save You, Futurist Foodies

Eating bugs is a great idea! ” shout future-minded gourmets, the kinds of people who eat waxworm tacos willingly and feed bug cookies to their coworkers. But are insects like crickets and grasshoppers really the solution to our environmental and food-security woes? Well... maybe not. Not entirely, at least. http://io9.com/bug-eating-is-... http://io9.com/should-you-rea...

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Apr 20

The Best Of Star Wars Celebration In One Video 

Here is a comprehensive look at almost everything from this past weekend’s Star Wars Celebration including clips of panels, cosplay and video straight from the floor. Here’s our personal point of view from inside the belly of the Sarlacc

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Apr 20

There’s A Strange Paradox In The Premise Of Jurassic World

For as long as the scientists in Jurassic Park has been brewing up in wingless dragons in its labs, the results of their experiments have all had one thing in common: none of them were real dinosaurs . So what makes their latest monstrosity so different?

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Apr 20

P.K.Dick – Survey Team

I'm curious about other readers reactions to the short story "Survey Team", particularly the last line. Is the sense behind that last paragraph/line coming from the perspective of Mason, voicing his disagreement with tearing apart a third world atom by atom by whatever means necessary?

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Apr 20

It’s The 174th Birthday Of The Detective Story, So Read The Very First!

Or re-read, more likely. Take a coffee break and enjoy Edgar Allan Poe’s The Murders in the Rue Morgue, published in 1841 in Graham’s Lady’s and Gentlemen’s Magazine (and written before the word “detective” was in use). Read it via the Poe Museum’s website, among other short-story selections, here.

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Apr 20

Exclusive Preview: Mike Mignola's Frankenstein Underground #2

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Apr 20

Dawn Is Arriving At Ceres, And The View Is Getting Pretty Sweet

NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is settling into its first orbit around dwarf planet Ceres. And as you can see from this newly released animation, the view is getting to be quite spectacular.

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