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Man Uses His Leg as Anaconda Bait

Skip to like 2:10 if you want to see the action right away.

Jimmy Fallon & Rashida Jones Sing Holiday Parodies of Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Drake

101 Facts About Pixar

Toys. Fish. Robots. Monsters. Feels. Not just my Christmas list but an abridged list of all the fine-crafted stories in Pixar’s arsenal. But 101 Facts is here to show you behind the curtain and beyond the toybox and give you some of the finest facts that the Pixarverse has to offer. We’re sad strange little men (and women) that have your pity, so give us a cheeky like too.

Jennifer Lawrence Accidentally Kisses Natalie Dormer

Drake – Hotline Bling ( Saved by the Bell Remix )

She used to call him on his huge cellphone.

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New Show Will Show What Would Have Happened if the Allies Lost World War II

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This new Amazon show called “The Man in the High Castle” explores what would have happened if the Allies had lost World War II. It’s based on a Philip K. Dick novel from 1962.

The hour-long drama stars Alexa Davalos (“Mob City”), Luke Kleintank (“Pretty Little Liars”), Rupert Evans (“The Village”), Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (“Mortal Kombat Legacy”), and Rufus Sewell (“Eleventh Hour”). Ridley Scott is executive producer.

It streams on Amazon Prime this fall. Enjoy.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-powerful-trailer-for-the-man-in-the-high-castle-2015-7#ixzz3kJ673OFx

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Taylor Swift and Lisa Kudrow sing the Song ‘Smelly Cat’ From the TV Show ‘Friends’

Charles Pétillon floats London’s Covent Garden With a Cloud of 100,000 Balloons

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French artist Charles Pétillon has filled london’s 19th century covent garden market building with 100,000 giant white balloons. Named ‘Heartbeat’ , the work is pétillon’s first public art installation, and his first ever live work outside of his native country.
Pétillon elaborates, “The balloon invasions I create are metaphors, their goal is to change the way in which see the things we live alongside each day without really noticing them. With ‘Heartbeat’ I want to represent the market building as the beating heart of the area – connecting its past with the present day to re-examine its role at the heart of London’s life.”

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