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10 Most Incredible Cities in Sci-Fi Movies
Sci-fi moviemakers often create entire worlds in which to set their stories. And among the most interesting parts of those worlds are the places we find, at least on some level, very familiar: cities.
Why Fans Are Flocking to See Mayweather vs. Álvarez
Tickets were sold out in record-breaking time for this month’s Mayweather vs. Álvarez match-up. We see why this has the potential to be one of the most explosive bouts of recent years.
Skinny Dippers May Lose Their Testicles in Scandinavia Thanks to the Pacu
Those braving waters near Sweden and Denmark could be on the receiving end of a nasty surprise – the discovery of the fearsome pacu means that it’s probably best that men keep their swimwear on…
13 Fearsome Photos of Wolves Fighting Tooth and Claw
Over the centuries, wolves have had an unfair reputation that has led to persecution. However, their social structures are complex, and fighting can help maintain hierarchies and territories.
10 Most Pulsating Movie Scenes Shot on the London Underground
From big-budget action flicks to low-budget horrors – if a film is set in the British capital, it may well feature the London Underground. Here are 10 action-packed movie scenes set on London’s Tube.
10 Best Double Acts in '80s Comedies
They say opposites attract, and when it comes to ‘80s comedy duos, the more mismatched and unlikely the fit, the better. Here’s a look at ten double acts that ruled in classic ‘80s comedies.
Barbie Does London
Barbie has been a favorite of kids (and some grown-ups) for over 50 years. The iconic doll has now taken up residence over the pond, and received a new, edgy designer makeover to boot.
Google Glass: What's the Problem?
Google Glass should be available to buy in 2014, but already there is controversy. Will it cause privacy issues, and could it spark weird behavioral tics?