TLC might have found a middle ground in the Josh Duggar molestation drama.
So, what do YOU think about firing Josh from the show?
[Image via TLC.]
This isn't the first movie based on the life of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs. But based on the trailer, this looks like the version we've all been waiting for!
The teaser trailer of Universal's Steve Jobs (above) mostly includes audio from Michael Fassbender, who is playing the titular role of the famous inventor.
Check out the teaser to see Fassbender in Jobs's signature black turtleneck and glasses, and go see Steve Jobs in theaters October 9!
Pizza wasn't always a staple of the American diet, but then delivery was invented and changed EVERYTHING!
Today it's probably the easiest meal to get — place an order over the phone or on your computer, have fresh hot 'za in less than an hour.
Now Domino's is attempting to streamline the process like never before — using Twitter! They tweeted:
This is huge news!
We're about to get a real life Nintendo Land!
That's because the gaming company just announced early Thursday morning that they will be teaming up with Universal Parks & Resorts and bringing their brand to theme parks.
That means we're gonna get a whole world of attractions and shops with Mario, Yoshi, Peach, and the rest of Nintendo's famous lineup!
We don't now too much about the news other than that it will be similar to Harry Potter World, but that sure sounds good to us.
We really hope that there's an interactive Pokémon ride — How cool would that be!?
[Image via Nintendo/Universal/Instagram.]
Kris Jenner is not going to like this.
If you're not the biggest fan of keeping up with The Kardashians, then today is your lucky day!
That's because one pop culture defector is making a browser extension that will block any and all Kim Kardashian-related news.
His website clearly states his opinion on the royal fam, saying:
You might have heard of "texting thumb" before — when your thumb starts to hurt from too much texting.
Now, the first case of "gaming thumb" has been reported when a man in California tore a tendon in his thumb after repetitively playing a game on his smartphone!
This type of injury is usually very painful, but the 29-year-old didn't notice the pain while was playing the addicting puzzle game Candy Crush Saga.
This supports the theory that video games could numb people's pain, which can result in video game addiction! Dr. Andrew Doan, the head of addictions research at Naval Medical Center San Diego had this to say: