“Anime Is Real.”
“Anime Is Real.”
Yes, this is the real ending now. Let’s never speak of the other version again.
How are we supposed to deal with this?! SPOILER ALERT, obviously.
The truest truth about Dr. Seuss and his life before Mulberry Street.
Strong words from the father of the Texas senator.
Words are weird.
CBS’s first quarter earnings, released today, shined in part because it doesn’t own a major movie studio. At least not yet.
Scientist George Karros tries to explain the bright side of cloning superintelligent, bulletproof rats.
There are countless Twitter “parody” accounts for the bear at the center of Seth MacFarlane’s Ted. Most of them have more followers than you do. All of them are terrible.
These videos are maybe a little too good.
The Gainesville, Fla. veterinarian shocked 12-term incumbent Cliff Stearns by winning by fewer than 800 votes tonight in the Republican primary. The crowd went wild.
Mila Kunis foot fetishists rejoice: her used shoes from the Ted’s set can be yours for a surprisingly reasonable price. Wardrobe for the movie is now available on eBay.
Starring his horndog teddy bear “ted.” Put your headphones on.
Even if you never watched a TED talk, the explosive #fivewordTEDtalks hashtag perfectly captured the zeitgeist of TED and the growing backlash against its occasionally absurd breed of techno-utopianism. Well, welcome to TED Books, a whole new platform for posturing.
If you haven’t noticed, Mark Wahlberg doesn’t really seem to age. Also, it appears that he was born with washboard abs and (probably) a cap already on his head. However, despite his variety of roles, he’s never starred alongside a talking, moving teddy bear—until now. Check out Ted, now playing in theaters.
At $7,500 a ticket, high-minded TED Talks are a pretty expensive way to watch someone give a lecture about whatever into one of those headset mics that Britney Spears uses. Are they actually worth it? Here’s 20 that you should get your money back for.
The “Family Guy” creator wrote and directed this upcoming film starring himself, Mark Wahlberg, and Mila Kunis. Joel McHale and Patrick Warburton also make appearances.
Ashton Kutcher’s Twitter was hacked while he attended the TED Conference. Someone posted a tweet saying Kutcher had been “punk’d” and asked, “Dude, where’s my SSL?” Then there was a follow up referencing “protesters around the world.” Seems like a missed opportunity for a “Butterfly Effect” reference. View Image ›