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You might know her as "the lady from that Gotye song," but Kimbra has been hard at work on her music career for over a decade. In this clip, Kimbra records her first pop song for the New Zealand TV show, What Now?
The Mushroom Kingdom can now be your kingdom. This is a guide to your perfect, Mario themed life.
So, as this will be discussing an interview with Ridley Scott on the back story for Prometheus, this should be prefaced with SPOILERS. Also... some of this could be considered irreverent.
From Godzilla to The Avengers, the road for a film from conception to the theater is often truly worthy of the term, 'movie magic.' Let's take a peek behind the curtain, shall we?
In celebration of Paramount Pictures' 100th birthday, photographer Art Streiber took this gargantuan photo for the July issue of Vanity Fair, assembling, "116 of the greatest talents ever to work at the studio." And Justin Bieber.
These incredible 'star trails' photos were taken aboard the International Space Station by Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit. Prepare yourself for launch.
We learned Wednesday that the great Ray Bradbury has passed on. In memory, here are some odds and ends — photos of him throughout the years, some amusing clips, and what might be his last work, an autobiographical short published online to The New Yorker on June 4th.
When you give the developers of the acclaimed Uncharted series the chance to create a zombie game, what do they do? Pretty much make an interactive version of The Road.
Did You Know Gaming is a relatively new tumblr that provides some rather incredible pieces of gaming trivia, all in an attractive and appropriately themed visual package. Prepare to have your mind blown into tiny 8-bit pixels.