Pixar's Full 'Partysaurus Rex' Short of the Day

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Pixar's Full 'Partysaurus Rex' Short of the Day
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It played for audiences before Finding Nemo 3D, and it aired this week on the Disney channel, but now Pixar's Partysaurus Rex is online for your viewing pleasure. Sit back and enjoy -- it's six minutes of pure, uncut Toy Story goodness. It's also a bathtub rave.

Hitchcock Movie Trailer of the Day

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Here's your first look at Sir Anthony Hopkins as the formidable director, whose fight to make Psycho is the premise of the film.

Also starring Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Huston, Toni Collette, and Jessica Biel, Hitchcock is in theaters November 23.

Meanwhile In New Zealand of the Day

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Meanwhile In New Zealand of the Day
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Starting November 1, New Zealand will be putting The Hobbit on its stamps and money. Ian McKellen is delighted by the concept: "To put Gandalf on these splendiferous coins is a wizard idea."

We see what you did there, Sir Ian. The coins are not only highly collectible, they're also legal tender. It's all about the Bagginses, baby.

Monsters University's Insanely Detailed Fake Website of the Day

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Monsters University's Insanely Detailed Fake Website of the Day
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In a genius marketing campaign for Monsters University, Pixar has created an extensively elaborate website for the institute, down to a calendar of events, departments and required textbooks, school merchandise (for four-armed monsters), dining halls, maps, and even more.

Do they accept transfers?

[thanks, marina!]

Live Free Fall From Space of the Day [UPDATED]

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Live Free Fall From Space of the Day [UPDATED]
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UPDATE: The jump has been aborted due to "gusty winds." No word on when it will be rescheduled.

You don't want to miss this -- watch live on YouTube at 10:30 a.m. PST/1:30 p.m. EST as Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner attempts to make history:

Baumgartner will undertake a stratospheric balloon flight to more than 120,000 feet and make a record-breaking freefall jump in the attempt to become the first man to break the speed of sound in freefall (an estimated 690 miles per hour), while delivering valuable data for medical and scientific advancement.

Fingers crossed that this ends well.

Titanic Door Death Gets MythBusted of the Day

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Titanic Door Death Gets MythBusted of the Day
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After a series of fan-made images reignited the old "Jack could have lived" debate, the MythBusters decided to settle the score.

The result? James Cameron was wrong! It's completely plausible that Jack and Rose could have co-existed peacefully on that giant floating door. Watch as Adam and Jamie tell Cameron himself just how much he screwed up.

Empire Strikes Back Reaction Video of the Day

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Proof that classic Star Wars can still capture the imagination of today's youngsters, and that the biggest spoiler of the last 30 years can remain intact for the very few. It's about to blow these kids' minds.

Well done, geek parents!