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There's still a month to go before Rick and Morty returns on May 3 for the second half of its fourth season. It feels more like a lifetime away right now, especially considering how long March was. Fortunately, Adult Swim has dropped a new video to help us with the wait.
In a rollicking trailer set to Thin Lizzy's 'The Boys Are Back In Town,' Rick continues to drag Morty through dangerous interdimensional hijinks in the fourth season's final five episodes. This time, said exploits involve vats of acid, tentacled monsters, S.W.A.T., and running naked and screaming. The duo also get an "unnecessarily badass suit-up" though, so it isn't all terrible. Read more...More about Trailers, Cartoons, Rick And Morty, Adult Swim, and Entertainment
If Syfy's The Magicians were a person, its love language would be gifts.
Its greatest moments were well-earned treats dispensed to an audience careful enough to pay attention, like Season 3's "A Life in the Day" episode that gave Quelliot shippers an entire episode of Quentin and Elliot's love, its infinitely gif-able pop culture references, and the show's many delightful musical numbers. Its weakest moments came when The Magicians failed to tie those moments together and wound up tangled in its own plot ribbon.
It makes sense, then, that the finale starts with a false Christmas. After our heroes are rescued from their latest heist by Santa Claus, the jolly old magician decorates their apartment with Christmas cheer and leaves each character a gift of some significance. It's not Christmas in the show, and the truncated gift-receiving scene highlights how sad it is that The Magicians will never air a full holiday special, but the sentiment behind giving each character one last token set an apt tone for the beginning of the end. Read more...More about The Magicians, Tv Review, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
The pandemic profoundly alters our sense of time. Quarantine grinds lives to a halt, injecting them with untold levels of stress and acute danger. Monday bleeds into Tuesday, into Friday, into Monday again — the days losing distinction, but still representing tectonic shifts as we squint to better see the coronavirus's devastating effects looming on the horizon.
And then, like a unicorn-shaped floatie drifting into view as we struggle against the waves, You're The Man Now Dog (YTMND) decides to pop back into our lives. Surely, this will not be the thing that saves us, but damn if it isn't a welcome sight. Read more...More about Memes, Tech, and Web Culture
Suddenly, a future full of self-driving cars isn't just a sci-fi pipe dream. What used to be considered a scary, uncertain technology for many Americans looks more like an effective tool to protect ourselves from a fast-spreading, infectious disease.
With COVID-19 — the name for the disease caused by the new coronavirus — keeping most of us housebound, it's harder to get around or bring in supplies safely. Forget about socializing, just stocking up on groceries, toiletries, and basic medicines and products is a risky challenge. Suddenly having robots and computers help us out doesn't seem so far-fetched. All that money that's been funneled into testing self-driving cars — $27.5 billion in 2018, according to data company Statista — is starting to look more and more worthwhile. Read more...More about Autonomous Vehicles, Coronavirus, Tech, and Transportation
My friend Grace and I are lying on the floor, laughing, with barely an inch between us. It's the end of the first raucous night of her bachelorette weekend, one month until her wedding, scheduled for April. And, oh yeah, it's 2018 — before things like bachelorette parties and weddings were canceled for the sake of public health and the greater good.
Instagram's "On This Day" feature surfaces some of the stories and posts you published one, two, five years ago on the same date. Rolled out for stories in January 2019, it's a typically frothy product that taps into the pull of nostalgia to remind you of the good times, and, hey, maybe help you generate even more content for the social network while you're at it. It's Instagram's take on the concept popularized a decade ago by Timehop, which has also had integrations with Facebook, and which resulted in similar products in Apple Photos, Snapchat, and more. Read more...More about Instagram, Nostalgia, Coronavirus, Tech, and Web Culture
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