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The White House Screening Of The Hunt For Red October Had Celebrities, Spies And (Maybe) A Sex Scandal

President George H. W. Bush hosted a star-studded screening of The Hunt for Red October at the White House on February 19, 1990. The guests included everyone from Tom Clancy and James Earl Jones to the CEO of Paramount and Colin Powell. Robert Gates was there, as was the director of the CIA, and men from the highest ranks of the Navy. But there are some guests who still remain a secret, even to this day.


Competitive Hackysack Routines Are Goddamn Bonkers

Hackysack is basically designed for stoned people. It requires coordination but not a lot of actual effort. It’s the perfect activity for ripping bowls in an abandoned soccer field. Or at least that seemed to me the case until I found out about “competitive footbag.”


Another DC Movie Director Might Be Departing Their Film

Just a day after The Flash lost its director over creative differences, it looks like the DC Cinematic Universe could be losing another director for the same reason: James Wan, who is slated to direct Aquaman.


The Wheel Of Time Is Going To Be A TV Series After All

After last year’s fight over the TV rights to Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time, Jordan’s widow Harriet McDougal has said that the legal situation is sorted and a new adaptation is already on its way.


New Set Photos From Star Wars Episode VIII Show Off Some Interesting Locations

The Daily Mail just posted up a whole bunch of new photos from the Star Wars Episode VIII’s filming location at Pinewood Studios, and they show off some interesting locations. Potential spoilers ahead.


12 Novel Adaptations That Should Get A Do-Over Reboot

We’ve all been there: a favoured book is snapped up for adaptation, with a whole lot of potential behind it: solid cast, crew, production values, etc. When it hits theatres, you walk out wishing that they’d done everything differently.


See Black Panther In Action In This Glorious New Civil War Clip

Video: Even with Civil War‘s marketing bombardment, we’ve not really seen all that much of T’Challa in action — a kick here, a scratch of the ol’ vibranium shield there. But this new clip gives us a short, but oh so sweet scene of the Black Panther kicking arse that’s too good not to see.


Pied Piper's Compression Code From HBO's Silicon Valley, Compiled

The third season of HBO’s Silicon Valley is now under way and if you caught the first episode, you would have noticed a snippet of Pied Piper’s valuable compression code towards the end of the show. Turns out this code actually compiles, though the output isn’t what you might expect.


What Did Star Wars: The Force Awakens Get Wrong?

Hard to believe Star Wars: The Force Awakens came out five months ago. One minute you’re clamouring to watch it in theatres, the next you can walk into just about any department store and grab the Blu-Ray. Five months is also enough time to have carefully considered the film’s flaws and while they are few and far between, they do exist. Spoilers ahead!


The World's Longest Rail Slide On Skis Feels Like It Goes On Forever

Video: With a GoPro camera strapped to his chest providing a first-person view of the stunt, skier Tom Wallisch shattered the previous rail sliding record of 73.46m with this epic 129.24m long run that saw him fighting to maintain balance on a pair of skis while sliding along at 58km per hour.


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