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Trying to decide on your next binge session based on a couple of images and a description can get tricky. Video previews are a new way Netflix is aiming to make that decision a little easier.

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Chandler Riggs talks about his future on The Walking Dead. A character from the Star Wars prequels appears in new footage from Rogue One. Vin Diesel has hopes for a Rocket and Groot team-up movie. Plus, Alan Tudyk talks Frozen 2, a new clip from the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD, and your first tiny glimpse of Game of Thrones season seven. Spoilers get!

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Back in October, it seemed like the smartwatch, specifically Apple's variant, was as close to dead as a product selling over a million units can be. Market intelligence firm IDC reported that smartwatch sales were down across the board with the Apple Watch seeing a 71.6 per cent decline since last year. In a massive understatement IDC's Jitesh Ubrani said, "It has also become evident that at present smartwatches are not for everyone."

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Video: This is very probably one of the scariest places you can park your bum: At the very edge of a corner of a very tall building in downtown Toronto. To make it even worse, Oleg Cricket, the guy in the video, decided it would be a perfect time to start spinning around while he's sitting too. I've never been so stressed out after watching someone sit down.

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Video: There's not much more I can add to this because it's just the lyrics of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody played out in a short film. And since Bohemian Rhapsody is like the second or third most well known song in the West after, like, Happy Birthday and whatever nursery rhyme your mother sang to you, you'll probably giggle a few times watching the action match up to the lyrics.

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Actor turned police officer and firefighter Van Williams died last week at the age of 82. Williams appeared in many popular TV shows in the '60s and '70s, but was best known for playing The Green Hornet on the iconic TV series, alongside Bruce Lee as Kato.

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The first trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight drops soon and though it's definitely the fifth film in the popular franchise, it's more of a beginning than an end. After the fourth film Paramount hired a team of writers to develop ideas for future films, and while on the set of the film in August, producer Lorenzo DiBonaventua provided updates on everything in the works.