A Friendly Robot Tried to Hitchhike Across America, But Someone Vandalized It Because We Are Monsters

This is why we can't have nice things, people. A friendly little robot named HitchBOT had one goal, and that was to see the splendor of the United States of America—a noble yet realistic goal. The little android is the invention of Dr. David Smith and Dr. Frauke Zeller and has been working on its mission of seeing as much of the world as friendly passersby would allow him to. Helpful citizens of the world helped the little guy cover 10K kilometers in his native Canada, taking him from Halifax all the way to Victoria, British Columbia entirely through see more
Movies + TV

Watch the Trailer for Zoolander 2 Because It's So Hot Right Now

There's a subset of film fans out there who refuse to watch any movie trailers. In a sense, they're purists, people who would rather go into a film blind than watch a two minute clip full of plot spoilers, teasers, and jokes that they'll probably end up hearing again in the theater anyways. But if you're one of these people, we have some good news: you can cue up the Zoolander 2 trailer and give it a look because it has almost nothing to do with the movie save for a 20 second cameo by Stiller, aka Derek Zoolander. see more

Dr. Dre to Release His First Album in 15 Years and Final Album Ever

My grand finale. #Compton— Dr. Dre (@drdre) August 2, 2015 For 15 years, Dr. Dre fans have been patiently waiting for an album so highly anticipated and discussed, it may be the only album that has a name, Detox, and following, yet has never been completed, released, or heard. And guess what? Looks like it's going to stay that way. Yesterday, Dr. Dre announced a release date for his first album since 2001, which was released in 1999 to critical acclaim and commercial success. The album, Compton: A Soundtrack, will be available on iTunes and Apple Music stores see more

5 Exercises Professional Athletes Do That You Probably Don't

The biggest difference between you, the guy sitting on the couch, and him, the guy on the TV playing sports professionally, isn't his superior genes, athleticism, or the way he works out. It's his paycheck. They [athletes] may do them [workouts] with more speed and weight, but most are still squatting, deadlifting, and performing chin-ups and kettlebell swings like the rest of us," explains Tony Gentilcore (C.S.C.S.), co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance outside of Boston, an elite sports performance center with clients ranging from U.S. Rugby players to Olympic boxers to current and former MLB players like Curt Schilling, see more
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Ian McShane of Deadwood to Join Cast of Game of Thrones Next Season

Game of Thrones fans are having one heck of a week. On Thursday, HBO programming president Michael Lombardo revealed that the oft-mentioned seven-seasons-and-done lifetime of Game of Thrones was definitely not a given, opining that the real question is how many seasons after seven the show will run. As if an extra season or two wasn't already good enough, it was announced just today that Ian McShane, the Emmy-award winning actor best known for his portrayal of frontiersman Al Swearengen on the HBO series Deadwood, would join the cast of Game of Thrones for the sixth season, reports EW. see more

Snoop Dogg's Exploration of the European Legal System Took Another Bizarre Turn Today

Last weekend, we gave you the scoop on Snoop and his little run-in with Swedish authorities after he was pulled over under suspicion of driving high following a performance in Uppsala, Sweden. Snoop gave his fans hourly updates from his Instagram feed, and let everyone know that after a urine test and some questioning, he was released. This weekend, Snoop had another impromptu meeting with European law enforcement, this time with Italian auhtorities at Lamezia Terme airport in Calabria, Italy, reports Time. According to reports, Italian customs stopped Snoop after they found $422,000 in cash in his luggage. Under see more

Jon Stewart Reveals His Final Guests on The Daily Show

Six days, four episodes. That's all that stands between now and the final episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, which airs Thursday, August 6th. While the events of the finale are being closely guarded, the guests for the three episodes before the big goodbye have been announced, and they're all comedians. Amy Schumer, fresh off the release of Trainwreck, will appear alongside Stewart on Monday, followed by Denis Leary on Tuesday, and Louis C.K. on Wednesday, reports EW. Schumer, if you remember, was asked to be the next host of The Daily Show by Comedy Central's brass see more

Prostate Cancer Found to Be Five Different Diseases

In a breakthrough for diagnosing and treating prostate cancer patients, Cancer Research UK scientists have identified five different types of prostate cancer and have found a way to distinguish between them, reports Science Daily. The findings come after researchers from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and Addenbrooke's Hospital studied healthy and cancerous prostate tissue from more than 250 men. By searching for abnormal chromosomes and observing the activity of 100 different genes associated with the disease, scientists found a way to group the tumors into five distinct groups, each possessing its own genetic fingerprint. Scientists were then able see more

A Night With Perry Farrell: Alt Icon, Creator of Lollapalooza, Devoted Family Man

At around 8:15pm on a Wednesday evening earlier this summer, Perry Farrell—front man of Jane's Addiction and creator of Lollapalooza—rose from his chair at Tao restaurant in downtown Manhattan, clamped his hands down this reporter's shoulders and exclaimed, "I want to fuck you, too!" This was not the dinner conversation I was expecting. Farrell, however, had his reasons and none were related to my innate sex appeal. As it happens, Farrell was reenacting an experience he had on stage the night before, when an overly affectionate, toothless girl had announced her fondness for him and he, perhaps too genuinely, see more

The Best-Dressed Men of the Week: A Very Special Airport Edition

Alexander Skarsgård When: July 29 Where: LAX in Los Angeles. Why: We're not sure what was up this week but A. everyone was hitting the airport and B. everyone was looking great while doing so. Skarsgård wore the ultimate business casual outfit: dark jeans, light button-up, and white sneakers (Adidas' popular Stan Smith, natch) proving that some things just work no matter how many times you've seen them before. The hunter green bag is a nice, low-key touch too as are the sunglasses. Well played. Brad Pitt When: July 26 Where: LAX in Los Angeles. Why: Brad kept in see more
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