If this is true, it is absolutely crazy!
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Game Of Thrones was once a show where the most beloved characters died — but this season is proving that even the most dead characters can still end up surviving in the right circumstances.
Though the latest episode of the HBO fantasy hit was mostly a mid-season filler, it still kicked off with a big reveal — the return of a character believed to be long gone.
And unlike the painstakingly slow revival of Jon Snow in the beginning of the season, this supposedly dead character was already alive and chopping wood when we met him.
Before the main titles, we found out
This dragon definitely does not lay eggs!
On Friday, the studio FINALLY unveiled the new version of Pete's dragon, and he looks… really cuddly!
Entertainment Weekly shared the first look on Friday, which shows the traditionally reptilian creature looking extremely mammal-esque!
It kind of reminds us of a green Falkor the Luck Dragon from The Neverending Story, or maybe if Chester Cheetah became the Hulk. Srsly, what is up with all that fur?!
While we're sure this will make younger audiences more sympathetic towards the mythical beast — which will sell a LOT more huggable dragon toys — we almost feel like they should change the title to Pete's Green Bear-Tiger Thing.
What do YOU think of Pete's furry friend? SOUND OFF in the comments — and go catch Pete's Dragon in theaters August 12!
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What the eff did we just watch?? LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the Leo f*ckfest (above)!
Michael Cavallari went missing 13 days ago, after he was last seen at Maverick gas station in Monticello, Utah. According to authorities, he had ditched his car about 100 miles north of the business.
Now, DailyMail has learned a little bit more about that drive.
While he was at the store, the 30-year-old supposedly asked for directions to Salt Lake City after buying some gas. The Laguna Beach star's sibling then drove for about two hours, leaving the I-70 highway at exit 175.
The brother of the Hills alum proceeded down a paved road that turned into a dirt track after only two miles. Grand County Sheriff Steven White has no idea why he made that decision, saying: