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This Is How Baseball Drugs Cheats Were Treated Before Alex Rodriguez
Alex Rodriguez has been lambasted by the MLB after allegedly taking performance-enhancing drugs. But, given how other players in the same situation were treated not so long ago, does he have a defense?
The Expendables 3: Who's In and Who's Out
The new cast list for The Expendables 3 has been confirmed! But who’s out and who’s in?
10 Most Mindbending Sci-Fi Movies Ever
Whether they dream up inventive technology or employ unusual plot devices, certain sci-fi movies have left audiences scratching their heads. Here are ten of the most boggling to viewers’ minds.
Are Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer Changing Hollywood?
Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer’s working partnership has been enduring and fruitful. We see how they’ve blazed a trail for other Hollywood directors and composers today.
Is the RoboCop Remake Shaping Up to Be a Winner?
As the trailer for the long-awaited RoboCop remake is revealed, we take a look at how the new movie seems to be putting a spin on the original, and whether it ought to be any good…
15 Spectacular Laser Shows Lighting Up Skylines Across the Globe
Most people love a good show, and there’s nothing more spectacular or dazzling than a well-choreographed light and sound display, as these stunning photographs illustrate.
15 Super-Cute Geckos Licking Their Eyes
Geckos are not only incredibly cute, but they also prey on pesky bugs. And when they’re not flicking their tongues at mosquitoes, they’re using them to wipe their beautiful big eyes.
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.
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?