It's been over two years since Microsoft discontinued its Band fitness wearable and axed any future plans for it. Now, tech giant is putting the product line to rest: it's shutting down the Health Dashboard and pulling all Band apps from the iOS App...
Melania Trump’s spokeswoman defended the first lady’s “Be Best” program from the often-heard criticism that the anti-bullying effort would be better directed at her combative husband. Spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham appeared on CNN Saturday to promote Melania Trump’s plans to take her “Be Best” initiative on the road during a three-state tour, its first unveiling for […]
We have just one more week, Marvel fans -- one week until Captain Marvel launches in theaters, and we’ll finally get the last missing piece before Avengers: Endgame. To keep you entertained until then, you’ve got a few options, including the new comedy A Madea Family Funeral, or the thriller The Wedding Guest.
When it comes to new trailers, we’ve got new Pokemon Detective Pikachu and Dark Phoenix clips for you, as well as a new Hellboy trailer. On top of that, the first teaser for The Irishman is also here.
Of course there's a new TV spot for Captain Marvel, as well as a new featurette:
Now that she’s done playing Sansa Stark, Sophie Turner can focus on what may become her next big thing. The actress will play young Jean Grey in Dark Phoenix, the upcoming X-Men movie that’s set to launch on June 7th.
David Harbour of Stranger Things is the new Hellboy, and the new movie is set to launch well before Dark Phoenix or even Avengers 4. It's out on April 12th, but you don’t have to wait that long to catch the brand new trailer.
Little is the reversed story of Big, and if you haven’t seen the latter, you should totally check it out before you see this. In Little, we have a woman who is transformed into a younger version of herself, getting to re-experience an age that isn't burdened by all the problems that come with adulthood.
Pokemon Detective Pikachu
Ryan Reynolds is what will make this Pokemon film great, and is the only reason I want to see this particular movie in theaters. It's like someone put some of Deadpool in a tiny, fluffy, yellow body.
Osmosis is a French movie, but before you dismiss it, you should also know it’s a Netflix creation. So it’ll stream to your TV right away when it launches. It’s a story about the dating apps of the future that will let you discover your perfect match by allowing the app to collect data directly from your brain.
Noomi Rapace and Ethan Hawke star in this crime film that tells the story of the 1973 hostage crisis. We don’t have a release date yet for it, just a trailer to give us an idea of the story.
When The Irishman premieres this fall, it’ll launch both in theaters and on Netflix. It’s a movie I’ve been dying to see ever since I heard Scorsese and De Niro were involved. The film tells the story of a known mafia hitman who supposedly confessed on his death bed that he was involved in the killing of Jimmy Hoffa. If you’ve already read the book, then you know what I’m talking about. The first teaser for the Netflix film was released earlier this week:
The Lion King
Disney released a new clip for the upcoming Lion King live action film. If you loved the original, you’ll surely want to see what this version looks like, especially considering all the great artists involved in the project:
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
This won’t be a typical Don Quixote story, because it involves an ad exec who somehow gets entangled with Don Quixote and ends up in an adventure that looks nothing like his real life.
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD — It’s nearing lunchtime at CPAC, and thousands of attendees crammed into the main hall are hungry. They’ve been waiting since morning for a juicy, Trump-branded steak worthy of conservative talking points. The President didn’t disappoint them. Through a meandering, hour-plus-long speech. Trump played his greatest hits to a fawning crowd on […]
It was only a couple of years ago that scientists finally confirmed the existence of a new, huge species of saltwater fish called the Hoodwinker Sunfish. The fish, which was named in honor of its remarkable ability to remain undocumented for so long, is one of a handful of large sunfish species.
Now, one such fish made its presence known in Southern California, washing ashore where it was eventually discovered by passersby. Seeing a seven-foot sea creature resting in its sandy grave is obviously a striking sight no matter what, but the incident became even more interesting when researchers revealed just how far the fish was from home.
The hoodwinker sunfish is native to the waters of Australia and New Zealand, and has also been found near South Africa and Chile. There's really no reason it should have been near North America at all, much less washed up on a California beach.
"This is why it's so intriguing why it has turned up in California," Marianne Nyegaard, the scientists who first discovered the species back in 2017, told CNN. "We know it has the temperate distribution around here and off the coast of Chile, but then how did it cross the equator and turn up by you guys? It's intriguing what made this fish cross the equator."
In fact, the idea of a hoodwinker washing up in North America is so absurd that those who found it didn't even consider the possibility. It was thought to be another species of large sunfish, but when images of the dead sea creature began popping up online, researchers realized just what it was.
"It had gone unnoticed because no one really realized it looked different," Nyegaard noted. "There's a long history of confusion about the species in the sunfish family. This fish had managed to stay out of sight and out of everybody's attention."
Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who led the Justice Department for most of the Obama administration, told a podcast run by the legal commentary site Lawfare that a Nixon era legal opinion concluding that a sitting president may not be indicted is wrong. President Trump could face criminal charges for allegedly directing his longtime attorney […]