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We got a brief listen of Ariana Grande and John Legend's duet in the most recent trailer for Beauty and the Beast, but Disney have now released the song in its entirety. It's... well, it's certainly something.
Every so often, two wildly different franchises come together to form a perfect, hilarious whole. In this case, we have Westworld, a sci-fi TV show set in a wild-west theme park populated by androids, combined with City Slickers, a 1991 comedy western where three city-dwelling friends venture from the big smoke to discover themselves. Funny Or Die decided to mix them together, gathering cast members from both properties and it works amazingly well.
Our latest look at the next Transformers film features very little of the historical elements we've seen before. Instead, it's all about the future... and even beyond Autobots fighting Autobots, it's a very bleak future for everyone involved.
Video: The director Oscar Hudson explains that his music video for Bonobo's song No Reason is a film about staying indoors. I think it's a magnificent take on that feeling when you've stayed indoors for way too long and you suddenly feel trapped and unable to escape because you've run out of things to do inside and the walls are starting to close in and you become a little crazy.
As currents shift in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, they bring an abundance of nutrients and plankton to the region, luring predators of all sizes. Swarms of anchoveta arrive first for an easy meal, but soon find themselves having to come up with unique ways to fend off larger predators like sharks and tuna. The result should be familiar to fans of the popular B-movie Sharknado.
Back to the Future II gave us an awesome glimpse of the future where sneakers automatically laced themselves. What the movie left out, however, was that those sneakers would cost you $US720 ($938) a pair. Oof. But if you've got a bit of Lego lying around at home, you can give any shoe self-lacing powers on the cheap.
The Expanse is returning soon and Syfy is ramping up the hype with its promos — including one simply titled "Why Fans Love The Expanse" and a recap of season one performed by cats. Most recently, "The Powerful Women of The Expanse" offers a reminder of how badass the show's female characters really are.