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10 Biggest Disney/DreamWorks Movie Showdowns
Disney and DreamWorks have both made their fair share of animated hits. However, the rival studios have produced rather surprisingly similar films. Here we look at some that duked it out at the box office.
Everything We Know About The Avengers: Age of Ultron
The dust has barely settled on 2012 superhero epic The Avengers, but there are already rumors about its follow-up. So what’s happening in Age of Ultron, and who will return to star?
15 Trenchcoats that Stole the Show in Movies
The trench coat is a powerful Hollywood dress statement synonymous with burnt-out detectives and other mavericks. Here we look at 15 timeless trench coats that stole the show in movies.
10 Trailblazing Gay Sportsmen Who Came Out While Still Playing
With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and the 2022 FIFA World Cup on the horizon, homosexuality in sports is a hot topic again. Here are ten brave athletes who came out while they were still competing.
Insects Teach Us How to Build Robots
Some people may consider insects to be pests, or simply unattractive and irritating. These six-legged creatures, though, are opening doors to interesting advancements in robotics.
10 U.S. Sports Stars Busted For Weed
In 2001 retired NBA forward Charles Oakley claimed that 60 percent of the league smoked pot. Outrageous? Maybe. Still, here are ten major U.S. sports stars busted for marijuana-related offenses.
Immersed in the Storybook World of Montreal’s Magical Mosaiculture Show
Gardens are wonderful places to explore at any time, but during the 2013 Mosaïcultures Internationales exhibition in Montreal, the city’s Botanical Garden was transformed into something magical.
Mice Could Permanently Have No Fear of Cats
A parasite has recently been found to have the potential to permanently erase mice’s fear of cats. But does it have any implications for humans, and what could it mean for future medical developments?
Chimpanzees, Orangutans Found to Remember Events From Years Ago
We know that chimpanzees and orangutans are our ancestors, but recent research has shown that they’re perhaps even more like humans than we previously thought.