Who is the real villain: the dude who ditched his family for the Dark Side, or the parents who made him pose for a family photo even though he just wanted to sulk in his bedroom? A Star Wars fan on Reddit gave Han Solo and Princess Leia the picture-perfect family photo they never got using the force of Photoshop, and it's kind of unsettling. See also: 7 things you didn't know about Adam Driver And since this is Reddit, people are photoshopping the original photoshopped picture. Kylo Ren will probably be going for a Skrillex look by the time it's time for the Christmas card. Dark warriors — they grow up so fast!
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The Carol Burnett Show
Posted by Antonio Orellana on Thursday, February 4, 2016
I want to thank the folks over at Mountain Dew for producing the worst Super Bowl add ever! Good lord people what were you thinking? Puppy-Monkey-Baby? Put the crack pipe down! I can't unsee this!
‘Star Trek: Beyond’: Why Trekkies Could Hate This Movie
It’s never been a better time for fandoms. Everything from comic books to Star Wars are finding their way into reboots and sequels, with each month featuring some sort of blockbuster release. It’s easy to forget that in the shuffle of all this, Star Trek numbers itself among these reboots, kicked off back in 2009 with J.J. Abrams’s feature-length film. Now going on the third movie in the new franchise, it almost seems like the full head of steam Star Trek previously had ground to a surprising halt, marked by the release of the latest trailer.
Star Trek: Beyond releases in July 2016, and yet the online debut of its first teaser was met more with rolled eyes and scorn than the typical excitement we usually see. With Justin Lin of The Fast and the Furious fame at the helm, already we’re seeing backlash against his decidedly more action-oriented style of filmmaking. Despite getting just 90 seconds of footage in the teaser, we see motorcycle jumps, explosions, and a decided lack of story or depth that’s previously come to define the Star Trek franchise. The most biting commentary didn’t come from just anyone though; original Next Generation cast member Wil Wheaton weighed in on Twitter, with some apt thoughts.
John Cleese says political correctness is destroying comedy and creating Orwellian existence
He compared the constant fear of offending to living in a dystopian society like the one created by George Orwell in his novel, 1984.
In a video for The Big Think the Monty Python star said: “The idea that you have to be protected from any kind of uncomfortable emotion is what I absolutely do not subscribe to.”
He continued: “The whole point about humour, the whole point about comedy, and believe you me I’ve thought about it, is that all comedy is critical. All humour is critical.