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‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ and his pals return to wreck sh*t in the first trailer

By Adam Rosenberg

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Godzilla is here, he’s back, and he’s madder than ever in the new Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer released at San Diego Comic-Con. In the sequel to 2014’s Godzilla, the king of monsters will face off against humanity alongside Mothra and King Ghidorah, while a human cast including Stranger Things‘s Millie Bobby brown, Get Out‘s Bradley Whitford, and Bates Motel‘s Vera Farmiga watch and fight from their ant-like perspective below.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters comes out May 31, 2019. …

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‘Mega Man: Fully Charged’ cartoon features some cool visual twists on a gaming classic

By Kellen Beck

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Mega Man is returning to television to kick some robot ass.

The first look at the upcoming Cartoon Network series Mega Man: Fully Charged dropped during Comic-Con on Saturday, giving the world a glimpse at the first episode with infamous boss Fire Man as the villain of the week. This video followed a trailer that shows Mega Man with various power-ups that he undoubtedly got from defeating bosses like Fire Man, just as he does in the games.

Interestingly, there appears to be a small robot that lives inside of Mega Man’s head that insults people, which is incredibly strange and a new piece of information to me. …

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The new ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ trailer is here and it’s time to get hype

By Alexis Nedd

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Newt Scamander returns in this new three-plus minute trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, now with 100 percent more threatening spells, bizarre demon cats, and Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald. The trailer gives more info on Newt’s motivations in becoming a magi-zoologist (he’s scared of having to work an office job) and leans in hard on the pure magical mayhem caused by Grindelwald’s genocidal mania.

There are a few delightful surprises in the trailer, including the return of Ezra Miller’s Credence Barebone… and don’t miss the surprising Harry Potter character who makes his movie debut at the very end! …

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Shakespeare as told through ‘Game of Thrones’ GIFs is unsurprisingly hilarious

By Alexis Nedd

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The scope of HBO’s Game of Thrones has certainly been described as Shakespearean, but one Twitter account is dedicated to drawing a straight line between Westeros and the bard by using Thrones GIFs to summarize some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays, with hilarious results.

Jon and Ygritte’s star-crossed romance is perfect for Romeo and Juliet.

Romeo and Juliet pic.twitter.com/YPlSYbVw8A

— ShakespeareofThrones (@shakesofthrones) July 21, 2018

And Jon’s other big moment is very Caesar-ish.

Julius Caesar pic.twitter.com/lB9s8vOnqP

— ShakespeareofThrones (@shakesofthrones) …

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City rallies behind 13-year-old entrepreneur after a racist moron calls the cops

By Kellen Beck

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You’d think people would stop calling the cops on young black kids who aren’t actually affecting their lives in the slightest, but here we are. At least this time the end of the story is a bit more heart-warming.

Jaequan Faulkner, 13, set up a little food stand outside of his home in Minnesota to help raise money for school clothes, and some heartless (read: racist) person called the police on him because he didn’t have a permit to run a business. Instead of shutting Faulkner down, the Minneapolis Police Department came out in support of him and teamed up with the local health department to get him the permit he needed to keep running, the …

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