Watch People Freak Out After Getting Trapped In IKEA In This Prank Viral Video

A running joke about IKEA is that it brings out the crazy in people — and that's exactly what happens in this viral video that features unsuspecting shoppers getting trapped inside the retailer's displays.

Internet Culture March 16, 2016

Peter Capaldi Says The BBC's At Fault For 'Doctor Who's Decreasing Ratings

Peter Capaldi thinks the BBC is to blame for the show's decreasing ratings, and that 'Doctor Who' is 'not being looked after.'

Movies/TV Shows March 16, 2016

Shakespeare's Handwriting Will Be Digitized By The British Library - But Is It Actually Shakespeare's?

The British Library is digitizing the only full handwriting sample attributed to Shakespeare for the general public — but with scholars still battling over the actual identity of the famous Bard, is 'Shakespeare' actually someone else?

Movies/TV Shows March 15, 2016

Lex Luthor Gives The Man Of Steel A Pep Talk In New 'Batman v Superman' Clip

With only a little more than a week to go before the premiere of 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,' Jesse Eisenberg dished on playing one of the most iconic antagonists in American pop culture — and called it a 'great challenge' to take on.

Movies/TV Shows March 15, 2016

Take A First Look At 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2'

Your first sneak peek of the TMNT sequel 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows' is finally here.

Movies/TV Shows March 15, 2016

Justin Lin Weighs In On Latest 'Axanar' Lawsuit Development, Says That Star Trek 'Belongs To All Of Us'

Justin Lin has weighed in on the beef between CBS and Paramount against Axanar Productions, a company that crowdfunded a Star Trek fan film and is facing a lawsuit for copyright infringement from the studios.

Movies/TV Shows March 14, 2016

US Secretary Of Transportion Says He's Not Surprised That Google's Autonomous Car Crashed

U.S. transportation secretary Anthony Foxx is still supportive of Google's autonomous car initiative, but also admitted that 'it's not a surprise that at some point there would be a crash of any technology that's on the road.'

FUTURE TECH March 14, 2016

Watch John Oliver Explain Apple's Stance On Encryption - And Why The FBI Can't Understand It

Part of the fun of political comedy shows like 'The Daily Show,' 'The Colbert Report' and 'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver' is that their satirical nature always skews toward opinion. The informational tack John Oliver used broke down Apple's lawsuit over encryption and was a lot more balanced, and it totally worked.

Legal March 14, 2016

Scientists Have Charted The Beginning Of Global Warming To The 1930s

While popular thought has dictated that the onset of global warming began around 1979, it looks like climate change germinated decades before that hallmark year.

Animals March 11, 2016

Scientists Are Pretty Sure Invisibility Cloaks Will Never Be A Thing

A study conducted by researchers at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich have concluded that an invisibility cloak like the one featured in J.K. Rowling's beloved series is most likely a physical impossibility.

Movies/TV Shows March 11, 2016

Using Internet Slang On Venmo Might Get You Flagged As A Terrorist

Mind your Ps and Qs on Venmo.

Apps/Software March 11, 2016

Leslie Jones' Role In The 'Ghostbusters' Reboot Was Originally Written For Melissa McCarthy

'Ghostbusters' director Paul Feig has responded to criticism over the fact that Patty, played by POC actress Leslie Jones, is the only nonscientist in the group, revealing that the role of Patty was originally written for fellow ghostbuster Melissa McCarthy.

Movies/TV Shows March 11, 2016

The Best Quotes From 'Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy' Author Douglas Adams

Douglas Adams, author of the seminal 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,' would have been 64 today. In honor of the sci-fi writer and humorist's birthday, here are some of his best quotes.

Movies/TV Shows March 11, 2016

The Ten Best Episodes Of 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer'

In honor of the 19th anniversary of the premiere of 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' here are the nine best episodes — and the worst-ever episode — that the show has to offer.

Movies/TV Shows March 11, 2016

Watch This Video On Why 'Ren & Stimpy' Was Disgustingly, Gorgeously Compelling

One YouTuber decided to figure out exactly what made 'Ren & Stimpy' so memorable, even 25 years later - and ended up with a short documentary about it.

Movies/TV Shows March 10, 2016

Amazon Leased 20 Boeings To Make Its Own Cargo Fleet

A group called Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has agreed to lease 20 Boeing 767s to Amazon, with the hopes that the Amazon company will begin shipping its own wares for more efficient delivery — and cut out a middle man entirely.

Deals March 10, 2016

CBS' 'Star Trek' TV Show Can't Air Until Six Months After 'Star Trek Beyond'

It looks like the beef between Paramount and CBS over the rights to the Star Trek franchise isn't quite over - and it's all thanks to marketing.

Movies/TV Shows March 10, 2016

'Suicide Squad' Tattoo-Style Posters Are Coming To SXSW

It's not exactly Margot Robbie tatting you up with a one-of-a-kind ink stain, but it's pretty close — and thankfully, not on your skin.

Movies/TV Shows March 9, 2016

Google's New Docs Feature Might Be The Tool Novelists Have Been Waiting For

Want to write the Great American Novel? Google now has a tool for Docs that will let you navigate your manuscript with ease.

Apps/Software March 9, 2016

In Honor Of Clara Rockmore, Here's A Brief History Of The Theremin

In honor of Clara Rockmore, the first-ever serious theremin instrumentalist, here's a little history on how the theremin came to be the harbinger of electronic music as we know it.

Movies/TV Shows March 9, 2016

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