We're big fans of 'Game of Thrones' here, so much so that we can't really picture our lives before it. How did we get our fantasy fix in the days before dragons and direwolves? 'Lord of the Rings'? Bah! The only thing that used to come close to the seat-of-your-pants, moment-to-moment excitement of George R.R. Martin's fantasy series is the "Choose-Your-Own-Adventure" novels of our youth.
Roger Ebert passed away this week. He was an amazing man who not only provided people with his opinions on movies, he planted the notion that movies could be more than just observed in the minds of countless people. And he was entertaining. (Proof: This review of 'Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo.') He also led a fascinating life, so we put together some trivia to give you an idea of the greatness that was Roger Ebert.
After countless adorable photos, GIFs, memes and viral videos, the internet has finally run out of animals to ooh, ahhh and LOL over. The last gasp of the "animals on the internet" craze came on April 1st, 2013, with the launch -- and subsequent failure -- of the "Indifferent Zorilla" meme.
As it has in years past, Google revealed a series of practical jokes on April 1st such as Gmail Blue and Google Nose (like scratch & sniff, but not as funny). But perhaps its most significant reveal was the news that Google Plus, its much-maligned social network, was just one long practical joke.
We love to think about things that could have been -- what if we'd gotten along better with our advisor in college? What if somebody had bought Hitler's paintings? What if Matt Damon had been cast as Harvey Dent? We don't know about the first two, but at least thanks to Photoshop we can imagine the last
If you're anything like us at TheFW HQ, you're counting the seconds between now and Sunday's long-awaited premiere of 'Game of Thrones' third season, wondering what will become of our favorite characters and anticipating more gore, sex and brutal battle!
Recently TheFW's managing editor Nick Nadel tweeted a joke that proposed a possible Weird Al interpretation of Justin Timberlake's hit song 'Suit & Tie.'
Dear Weird Al, please record a tribute to Hostess
This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments for Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. They are also weighing the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
To show their support for the LGBT community, people have been changing their profile pictures on Facebook. It started as big blocks of solid red. Then changed to a red block with a pink equal sign, which is symbol of the Human Rights Campaign. Now things have gotten a little out of control and some more creative options have popped up. Here are our favorites.
It's the romance novel people can't won't stop talking about. From fan fiction to best-selling e-book to international sensation, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has become a cultural phenomenon. And with a movie version in development, casting speculation (will it be Emma Watson and the dude from 'Arrow'???) has become a prized pasttime all over the web. This got us wondering who would've starred in this sure-to-be scandalous movie if it had been made a decade ago. Or two. Or seven.
Just because we thought you'd like to know more amazing movies you'll never get to see, we've put together this list. Some of your favorite movies almost starred Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan. Instead those guys made 'City of Angels' together and then we tri
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