Joss Whedon’s search for a new Avengers villain is finally over. Find out which...
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…
Chinese Zoo Tries to Pass Dog Off as Lion
People flock to zoos to see some of the most fearsome wild animals around. In one Chinese zoo, however, patrons were rather surprised to find a domestic pet passed off as the king of the jungle.
Why the Fukushima Disaster Clean-up is Prompting New Radiation Fears
The Fukushima power plant disaster in March 2011 is still undergoing clean-up – but new discoveries of leaking radiation have prompted a national crisis in Japan and fear worldwide.
10 Classic Movie Cameos by Flea
You may have noticed Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers turning up in some classic movies, and so we’ve picked ten of his best ever cameo appearances.
David Attenborough Thinks Humans Have Stopped Evolving
Sir David Attenborough has caused a bit of a stir lately by saying that humans are no longer evolving. We look at the substance behind the controversial statement, and see if there’s any truth in it.
BP vs. the U.S. Government: Who's the Victim?
BP is currently suing the U.S. Government over its bar from federal contracts. Given the damage caused by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, should we feel sorry for the company’s plight?
Fifty Shades of Grey is Finally Taking Shape for Big Screen
Fifty Shades of Grey is finally making its way to the big screen. We investigate the latest rumors and buzz surrounding the movie adaptation of the best-selling erotic novel.
10 Most Iconic Cross-Dressing Characters in Comedies
When Hollywood’s leading men don women’s attire, it ain’t always pretty, but it often produces pretty hilarious on-screen moments. Here are ten comedies featuring male actors playing men playing women.
Why Are Dolphins Dying on the U.S. East Coast?
Dolphins have been dying in alarming numbers along the East Coast of the U.S., and scientists are desperately trying to find out the cause of the fatalities.