We have our first look at the Black Panther movie! However, it doesn't really tell us much other than the fact that, between this and Civil War, T'Challa apparently has a fondness for leaping on top of and over cars.
Today, President Trump is expected to begin the process of dismantling Obama's environmental legacy, including his signature climate action policy, the Clean Power Plan. According to Reuters, Trump will sign an executive order compelling the Environmental Protection Agency to review and rewrite the plan, which calls on states to reduce carbon emissions from power plants, with an overall goal of shaving 32 per cent off the power sector's greenhouse gas footprint by 2030. As Trump and EPA head Scott Pruitt see it, regulations like this need to be dismantled to end the EPA's "job killing war on coal". Other experts say a roll back of the CPP is in the fossil fuel industry's best interest, but can't revitalise Big Coal.
In an interview on Friday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made a joke about everyone sending their kids to go and see LEGO Batman, a movie that he helped produce. So now Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, is calling for the Office of Government Ethics to investigate Mnuchin for violating ethics rules. It's almost as if the Democrats never want to win the White House ever again.
Video: A protective mother frets about her teen daughter's social life — until she realises the girl isn't slipping out to hang with her loser boyfriend, but rather to lead a parallel-dimension kingdom into battle. Reed Shusterman's short Goblin Queen is funny and touching, with some impressive special effects make-up to boot.
Video: After you watch this video of an adorable little girl named Rayna greeting and hugging a new robot friend, you'll come to the realisation it will never hug or love her back — because it's actually a discarded water heater. (Sad!) Shortly after that, you'll also come to the realisation that kids clearly aren't being raised with a proper fear and respect of robots.
Video: Period films are the bane of movie producers' existence. They cost a ton of money, limit locations, require elaborate costuming, and are always fighting against the very existence of the modern world. But when it all comes together, the films function as one of the closest things we have to a time machine.
Video: The opening for HBO's Game of Thrones is one of the few title sequences you don't want to skip past during a binge-watching session. But Claus-Marc Hah might be a bigger fan of those opening credits than the show itself, having built a massive animated version of Red Keep using nothing but LEGO bricks and Mindstorms.
Arrow's fourth season saw actor Katie Cassidy depart the show, as Laurel Lance perished in the line of duty as Black Canary. Although the show has moved on with Laurel's successor, Cassidy is making a return to the show as a new regular star. But she won't be playing the Laurel Lance we all said goodbye to before.
Video: As fun as building your own 1.8m model rocket might be, launching it is nowhere near as impressive as watching one of NASA's towering rockets blast into orbit — unless you point a high-speed camera at it. At 28,000 frames per second, a wonderful pyrotechnics show is revealed as it leaves the launch pad.
Video: Remember VCRs? Your grandparents probably still have one in active rotation, but the rest of us long ago moved onto DVDs, maybe Blu-rays, but eventually just streaming and downloads. We didn't think we missed movies on cassettes all that much, until this fake retro ad for Rogue One on VHS convinced us otherwise.
As far as accidental comedy goes, few things beat watching a PG-rated Disney film on a site with the ads for penis enlargement guides and "Tinder for MILFs". And while I didn't specifically seek out Pornhub or 2014's animated adventure Big Hero 6 today, both came into view thanks to the Reddit community r/FullMoviesOnPornhub.
A proper Steadicam rig that can capture smooth tracking and chase shots usually requires thousands of dollars (not including the camera) and a highly-skilled operator. As a cheaper workaround, these filmmakers used a gyro-stabilised camera drone that they held in front of them like a traditional film camera.
In Riverdale, the lovely insanity that is the TV version of Archie, Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) and Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) are together. And, in this day and age, a relationship means a portmanteau couple name. Since no one can agree on just one for these two, Archie Comics just went ahead and filed a trademark application for both names.