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Unless you've been living under a pop culture-less rock, you've probably heard of the epic Nicki Minaj/Taylor Swift Twitter battle that is currently being raged on the Internet.
Like all things online, you have to pick a side and say what you think about it. And the Internet has many feelings...
The 24th James Bond, Spectre, premiering on November 6, has a new trailer circulating around the internet. Sam Mendes is returning to direct his second (and most likely final) Bond movie. The film centers around Bond's infiltration of a clandestine criminal organization with deep roots in the franchise's history.
For those of you new to the series, here's a quick guide to SPECTRE as it appears throughout the film/novel series.
It's an historic day in Washington D.C. and all across the nation, as the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of a decision that makes gay marriage legal everywhere. From the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City, UT to the superchurches in Texas, gay marriage is now the law of the land everywhere, whether bigots and homophobes like it or not.
First off, if you haven't seen Pixar's latest film, Inside Out, stop reading this and go see it. Like, now. I guarantee you'll get misty eyed at least once. That said, here are five things the folks working on the film originally had planned for Inside Out that never made it to the final cut:
You know how sometimes Disney movies have ridiculous plot holes that you just can't ignore? Dorkly's got your back. These invented scenes will make you feel a whole lot better about things like the way Ariel can't seem to find another way to tell Eric she's his girl.
Jurassic World got it all wrong, guys. Those scientists shouldn't have been trying to splice together a horrible super-beast, they should have been making Disney princess raptor hybrids! Laura Cooper of XP Comics has done the lord's work for them and created these incredible Jurassic dames for your enjoyment: