And on that night Superman gave zero fu*ks about Batman's toys.
Yup. As fate would see fit, it just so happens you've only scratched the surface of highly refined, impressively customizable, Netflix-binge-a-thon experience.
Netflix usually operates with a user-navigation system configured such that you can search for shows and/or movies by titles or common genres--Romance, Action & Adventure. Thing is, there's a hidden way to work around this.
The URL for something simple as 'Documentaries" is http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/6839; but by changing the numerical segment at the end the URL you can discover 'Controversial Foreign Movies' (2273) and a whole mess of other uber specialized genres.
This little Netflix hack opens up a world of possibilities, and all cheesy slogans aside, there's about to be something for everyone looking to kick back and check out with this clutch streaming service.
Again with the buggy graphics rendering issue, really?
Okay, not really. Check out the actual picture below. Michael Fassbender's set to play both Lynch and Aguilar in the up and coming Assassin's Creed movie. He's pictured alongside his co-star Ariane Labed. We're all crossing our fingers and wishing upon falling stars that this doesn't end up the next 'Prince of Persia' catastrophe.
Fassbender who's also producing this film, employed his Macbeth filmmaker Kurzel, to take charge on the video game adaptation. This move adds great depth to the behind-the-scenes team. Even better, Kurzel brought along Adam Arkapow, who served as the DP on Macbeth and the first season of a little show called True Detective. It's no great mystery that we've a lot to be excited about here. The film features a knockout supporting cast, which includes Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, and Michael K. Williams; it's slated to premiere December 21st, 2016.
This amazing feat of creativity and patience is made entirely out of gingerbread, icing, fondant, candy, and Rice Krispie Treats.
Eudicotyledon says that this year's holiday tradition took them two weeks to make. After keeping it out on display for a few months, it'll start to fall apart, and then they time to have fun destroying it together.
Disney created these posters to promote their new animated movie 'Zootopia'. The movie is set in a world where animals think they're people, people don't exist and apparently animal based puns are just a part of the language. These delightfully punny movie posters will remind you of some of this year's most popular films.