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Adele's goofy attempt at dancing like Beyoncé in 'Crazy In Love' is all of us

Adele really can’t dance Beyoncé, but whatever, she’ll try anyway. It’s all part of the goofy charm that’s seen Adele make a massive fan out of the whole Australian continent, where her tour concluded on the weekend. SEE ALSO: You will definitely LOL at Adele’s alleged concert transportation trick The English singer took a few...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Beyonce, Dancing

'Ghost in the Shell' gets brutally dragged in its own viral campaign

The Major may be a cutting-edge cyborg capable of taking down even the most dangerous criminals, but even she’s no match for the withering disdain of the internet. Ever since Paramount shared the first image of Scarlett Johansson as the Major in Ghost in the Shell, the film’s been under fire for its decision to...CONTINUE READING
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'Counter-Strike' champion's headshot spree is already worthy of the best play of 2017

Just because your team is outgunned in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive doesn’t mean you can’t pull off an insane win. You just have to have pro-level accuracy and nerves of steel. CS:GO pro and Astralis team member Peter “Dupreeh” Rothmann was on fire during the Intel Extreme Master Katowice grand finals match against FaZe Clan on...CONTINUE READING
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'SNL' movie trailer skewers spineless Republicans over Trump

“Republican Movie” continues the grand Saturday Night Live tradition of sketches like “The Day Beyoncé Turned Black,” which package humorous commentary into faux movie trailers. Republican members of Congress are the targets this time. Which ones? All of them. The G.O.P.’s majority control of both the Senate and the House of Representatives means real, transformative...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Entertainment, Tv

In an ironic twist, a 1991 Shell ad contains a warning about climate change

The U.S. president might doubt the reality of human-driven climate change, but you know who doesn’t? Major oil companies. In fact, they’ve known the reality of the problem for decades. Take Royal Dutch Shell, for instance.  In 1991, the Anglo-Dutch oil giant produced a film, called “Climate of Concern,” that warns of potentially catastrophic risks...CONTINUE READING
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