Video: Alice Through the Looking Glass comes out July 14, and its final trailer echoes what we've been seeing from all its advertising thus far: visually, this thing will be lush, dazzling and aggressively whimsical; plot-wise, it probably won't make a lot of sense. Also, the narration makes us miss Alan Rickman so damn much. We also get a slightly better look at the villainous Time, played by Sacha Baron Cohen. And then there's Johnny Depp's Mad Hatter, once again reminding us that "This cannot be good." You've been saying that since the first trailer, Hatter. Are you trying to tell us something?
The Final Alice Through The Looking Glass Trailer May Cause A Fatal Overdose Of Whimsy
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Today is Hobbit Day — the birthday of J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved heroes, Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. I also happen to be a few months away from celebrating my own Hobbit Birthday, 33 and a third years young. So I foolishly thought, "I’ve avoided watching Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit movies until now. Maybe it’s time I gave them a chance." Nine hours later, I feel as though I’ve aged another 33 and a third years. I’m older but none the wiser, doomed to wander the depths of Middle-earth full of sorrow, regret and troll spit chilli. Why did nobody warn me?
When humans take the drug MDMA, versions of which are known as molly or ecstasy, they commonly feel very happy, extroverted, and particularly interested in physical touch. A group of scientists recently wondered whether this drug might have a similar effect on other species — specifically, octopuses, which are seemingly as different from humans as an animal can be. The results of their experiment, in which seven octopuses took MDMA, were "unbelievable."