https://youtu.be/1imustIqOnk This has the potential to be EVERYTHING!!!
Willow's debut album, ARDIPITHECUS released under Jay-Z's Roc Nation
Flo says "enough" to the patriarchy
Free surprise screening tonight at the Chicago Film Festival. The Surprise screening takes place on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 8 pm at the AMC River East 21 (322 E. Illinois St.)-chicagofilmfestival.com All you have to do is show up by 7pm wearing your official Chi Film Festival swag to pick up your free ticket! http://twitter.com/deependreview/status/655376809010200577?s=09
NYCC Closes NYSE
How to get the best of "microsleep" and keep from tapping out in the middle of your day so you can keep your grey matter sparked and geek on!
Is streaming music worth $120 a year to listen to a buffet of music but never own a track? How helpful are the algorithms from these services in expanding your musical interests...?
This funny tidbit from wikiHow doles out the origins of the words Geek and Nerd and aims to put in perspective how a person might tell the two apart or realize that they can be one and the same.
Marvel does make good movies…
With “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” hitting U.S. theaters tonight, this week’s edition of Throwback Thursday revisits “Iron Man,” the film that kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Released seven years ago this weekend, on May 2, 2008, “Iron Man” followed the success of Sony’s “Spider-Man” and Fox’s “X-Men.”
“Iron Man” opened to positive reviews, and ticket sales skyrocketed. The film earned $102 million during opening weekend and eventually grossed $585 million at the international box office. Comic book fans and critics praised Robert Downey Jr.’s cocky performance as billionaire playboy philanthropist Tony Stark, validating what had been seen as a questionable casting decision.
“There were people in our company who directly said, ‘No. You can’t [cast Downey]. Next,” Marvel Studios President and producer Kevin Feige told The Times shortly before the film’s release.
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If the Cubs don't win the World Series as predicted by the movie, the winner of the raffle gets a consolation prize. "We keep the car, but the giveaway winner will win the museum's hover board prop," Grams said.
Even the most devout Wonder Woman fanatics probably didn’t know that the heroine’s creator, William Moulton Marston, a psychologist, lived with and had children with two women at the same time. They also probably didn’t know that he had slightly strange theories about the benefits of bondage. Nor is it common knowledge that the character, which debuted in 1942, was inspired by the leaders of the suffragist movement.
In her new book, The Secret History of Wonder Woman, which hits shelves Tuesday, New Yorker writer and Harvard professor Jill Lepore delves into the life of the man who created Wonder Woman. The book comes just as Wonder Woman is swooping back into the cultural consciousness with her invisible jet. Israeli actress Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman in 2016’s Batman vs. Superman and will get her own solo film in 2017.
Here’s just some of what Lepore uncovered:
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