With tensions continuing to simmer between America and North Korea, now is a great time to look at what the Korean People’s Army brings to the table in terms of martial arts.
Sports stars can be the nicest guys. Duncan Keith, a defense-man for the Chicago Blackhawks, showed just how nice: a little girl, born with severe disabilities, had a dream of scoring a goal with Keith, her favorite hockey player – and he made it come true!
Inside Out, a new animated feature from the team behind Toy Story and Finding Nemo, tells the story of the personified emotions living inside a little girl’s head – voiced by such comedy superstars as Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, and Mindy Kaling. Inside Out hits theaters on June 19.
ESPN’s SportsCenter collected the best, most shocking, funniest examples of fans trying to become the stars of the show.
Ever seen an octopus do something crazy? Like crawl onto land? Or, I don’t know…GRAB A CRAB AND DRAG IT INTO THE WATER? Yeah, octopi are truly the ninja of the sea.
In the dead of a New York winter, deciding to scale the frozen Niagara Falls would seem to many to be sheer lunacy – that didn’t stop Will Gadd, a professional mountain climber, from doing just that.
A father and daughter recreated iconic scenes from the 1993 blockbuster, Jurassic Park, using nothing but plastic Lego bricks. $100,000 worth of them, to be exact.
Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt in the action-packed spy thriller, alongside Simon Pegg and Alec Baldwin. “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” hits theaters July 31, 2015.
This fall, Daniel Craig returns as the lead role in Spectre (the 24th movie in the James Bond series) alongside Christoph Waltz and Monica Bellucci. Spectre hits American theaters on November 6, 2015.
Sesame Street put out a video where the beloved Cookie Monster acts as a life coach for people seeking advice.