James Corden scares his co-workers in this hilarious ‘IT’ parody
James Corden scares his co-workers in this hilarious 'IT' parody
By Sam Haysom2017-09-14 09:11:38 UTC
James Corden may not be quite as scary as the actual Pennywise, but he still does a pret..
James Corden scares his co-workers on this hilarious 'IT' parody
Someone give us a Triwizard Tournament to win, as we need an excuse to hand over our galleons for this new Harry Potter-inspired activewear.
A new range from Australian label Black Milk, "Team Hogwarts," is something we'd actually wear — and maybe exercise in (or just rewatch the Prisoner of Azkaban).
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Choose your house, whether Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff or Slytherin, then pick from tank tops, leggings, tunic dresses and sweatshirts emblazoned with your colours. Each piece ranges from A$70-120 ($53-91), so it won't empty your entire Gringott's vault. Read more...
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A record 262 journalists were jailed in 2017 simply for doing their work, according to a report published Wednesday by the Committee to Project Journalists. That figure is higher even than last year's historic peak of some 259 journalists behind bars.
The nonprofit's annual census found that, of those arrested, an astonishing 21 were arrested on "false news" charges. Others have been jailed for vague "anti-state" charges.
In an era of regular "fake news" accusations from Donald Trump, many have pointed a finger at the president for exacerbating the situation.
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After Democrat Doug Jones upset his opponent Roy Moore in the election to choose Alabama's next senator, the celebration on Twitter featured a recurring theme: white people thanking black women for voting en masse to deny Moore a victory.
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Exit polls show 98 percent of them cast a ballot for Jones, and many election observers credited his surprising win to black women's turnout. Most black men also voted for Jones, but two-thirds of white women and nearly three-quarters of white men chose Moore.
Black women, in other words, became the symbol of resistance in an election that captured our attention with the horrifying prospect that Alabamians would send to the United States Senate a racially divisive candidate accused of predatory sexual misconduct with teenage girls. Read more...
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Fight the First Order as Finn or destroy the Resistance as Captain Phasma when The Last Jedi characters come to Star Wars Battlefront II.
Released on Wednesday, the game's new DLC content features a single-player story called "Resurrection" alongside new multiplayer goodies.
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Since Dec. 5, you've been able to take part in special challenges that grant your faction, the Resistance or First Order, rewards.
But starting Dec. 15, Finn and Captain Phasma will be available as characters in single-player and multiplayer modes in exchange for in-game credits. You'll also get to explore more of Commander Iden Versio's story. Read more...
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A study published in the European Journal of Nutrition found that eating a little bit of cheese per day could reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Read more...
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The yeast spread Vegemite is iconic as they come in Australia, but it's probably the last thing you want to mix with anything remotely sweet.
Too late: Now there's Vegemite icy poles (a.k.a. popsicles), and you can make them yourself according to a recipe on the breakfast spread maker's website.
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For those unfamiliar with Vegemite, it's a bitter and salty yeast spread that's ideal on toast or crackers — but only in small doses. The concoction is not too dissimilar to British Marmite, but Australians will convince you their version is better. Read more...
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