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Just how bad can things get when you’re left at home with the cat? Not too bad unless you find yourself shrinking to “bite size” in a matter of hours.
Pick out your favorite member of the Addams Family and tell us what their super-power is in seven words or less (wrong answers only, please) …
In honor of the first helicopter flight on Mars, we ask our Imagination Connoisseurs to tell us, in seven words or less, what they hope our new “Eye in the Martian Sky” might spy …
Some people, like Flag Smasher Karli Morgenthau, the shield must be destroyed. We’re looking for other suggestions (in seven words or less) for “re-purposing” it.
J.R.R. Tolkien might expect folks to believe Frodo and Gandalf sailed away to live out their lives in peace following the battle of Gondor – but we want you to tell us, in seven words or less, what really happened.
Even Captain Picard has days where a calming cup of Earl Grey might not do the trick. In seven words or less, tell us what you think he’s drinking in this photo and why …
It’s time to let Joel Schumacher’s BATMAN AND ROBIN reach its full, fabulous potential. Tell us, in 7 words or less, what you’d name a musical based on the not-so-classic film about Batman, Robin and Batgirl?
How bad to things have to go if this is your best look in the morning? Tell us in 7 words or less what’s going on in this picture (wrong answers, only, please)!
The good news: you’re just landed a movie producer’s job. The bad news: your first film has to be about Furbies.
Can you pitch a great movie tie in with these (Furbies) in 7 words or less? That’s today’s challenge!
Today’s Seven Words or Less challenge is for you to create an MCU team-up with “this guy” … who would you pick and what would the name of the adventure be? Justice awaits!
What could The Skipper have told Gilligan to convince him to take a test flight with The Professor’s jetpack? What’s really going on here? We want to know, so that’s why we’ve asked the Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity to tell us.
The Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder have been around for a while and have seen a lot – but have they ever seen anything like the four-hour cinematic epic that was “The Snyder Cut”? What do you think they’d say?
So, it’s safe to say that St. Patrick’s Day isn’t as much for some people as it is for others … share your St. Patty’s “morning after” story with us – (and if you don’t have one, then make it up).
When we finally reunited with Luke Skywalker, we also met these little guys. Who – or what – the hell are Porgs? And are they shocked, appalled, thrilled or angry?
She’s the hard-drinking, ass-kicking private eye who, by the way, also happens to have super-human abilities. From 2015 – 2019, Krysten Ritter starred as Jessica Jones in the Netflix series (and may be making an appearance in an upcoming MCU film – who knows???).
Jonny Quest was based on the serialized radio program, Jack Armstrong, All-American Boy – but this time, Jonny, his friend Hadji, his father, Dr. Benton Quest and faithful bodyguard, Race Bannon, took action and adventure to a whole new level!
Paul Newman and Robert Redford teamed up to play Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in this classic, counter-culture western from 1969.
Bryan Cranston was better known for comedic roles at the time of his casting, but when approached to play the lead in Breaking Bad, he was told the character of Walter White would progress from “Mr. Chips” to “Scarface” by producer Vince Gilligan.
An unlikely hero but the right man for the job, Peter O’Toole plays T.E. Lawrence, a lieutenant in the British army sent to Arabia to find and convince Prince Faisal to aid in their fight against the Turks.
On one day in May in 1977, the galaxy changed forever. And all thanks to a farm boy, a scoundrel, and a princess.
During the summer of 2017, David Lynch and writing partner Mark Frost brought viewers back to Twin Peaks for a reunion that answered many of the questions first asked 25 years earlier – and left new ones behind.
James O’Barr’s comic, The Crow, got the big-screen treatment in 1994 and audiences everywhere were blown away by the on-screen presence of Brandon Lee in the lead role. Unfortunately, it was his last role.
What could be funnier than watching a working-class man constantly squabble with his family over the issues of the day? For most of the 70s, All in the Family set the conversation around the TV tray for families across America.
Saturday matinees are a perfect place for a kaiju battle. And you know what’s better than kaiju fighting one another? Kaiju teaming up with giant robots to fight other Kaiju.
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