You probably remember when the media lost their collective shit over Ken Jennings, who raked in over $3 million from Jeopardy. We sat down with, and here's what he told us.
Someone actually signed off on these.
Here's a reminder of the batshit insanity that could potentially (hopefully?) take place in the next Avengers movie.
Perhaps the most unsung secret to the franchise's success is how surprisingly traditional these films are when it comes to real-world stunts.
It turns out amidst all that filmmaking boogaloo there's some clandestine details that are pretty mind blowing.
Cracked sat down with a man responsible for filming numerous reality shows and, on the condition of anonymity, he put some of the 'real' back in 'reality television.'
I've looked for and found four simple ways to fix famous bad movies from the comfort of your own home.
These old favorites could only return to life as hollow, wailing shells of their former selves, screaming in agony and longing for death.
Every great TV show is hurt by its own longevity -- fresh and original concepts eventually turn stale and the edges begin to dull. But we've got some ideas that could change that.
Pretty much all movies are connected somehow. Which got us wondering: How would one famous character solve another's dilemma?