It turns out that Thor’s hammer is deadlier than we thought.
In a new video exploring the science behind the God of Thunder’s iconic weapon, Vsauce claims that if it were real, the hammer would weigh more than 10 quadrillion tons and basically destroy all of humanity just by existing. But why?
The site explains that according to Marvel legend, the hammer was forged inside a dying star… Continue reading Thor's Hammer Weighs More Than 97 Million Titanics, Says Science (VIDEO)
The team behind the successful “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise hopes to bring some of that magic to the Wild West.
Johnny Depp reunites with director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer for another potentially massive summer blockbuster in “The Lone Ranger,” which opens July 3. In a new two-and-a-half-minute trailer that debuted earlier today, moviegoers get more explosions, more action sequences, and more quipping than we’ve seen in previous teasers.
The… Continue reading 'The Lone Ranger' Trailer: Johnny Depp Goes on a Quest With Armie Hammer
Hi-yo, Silver! After years of gestating, the first trailer for Gore Verbinski’s “Lone Ranger” has arrived.
The most-recent revamp of the Americana classic stars the caroonishly handsome Armie Hammer as the masked crusader and a very made up Johnny Depp as his trusty companion, Tonto.
Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted the first photo of the project, which showed off a very different looking Tonto. Depp told EW that he had a clear vision of… Continue reading 'The Lone Ranger' Trailer: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer Revamp Classic
The last time Justin Timberlake released an album was in 2006. But make no mistake, J.T. can still sing, as evidenced in this ‘Friends With Benefits’ Unscripted interview where he performs a medley of his favorite ’90s jams (from R. Kelly’s ‘Bump N’ Grind’ to Milli Vanilli’s ‘Girl You Know It’s True’). And just in case you think he’s looking to get back into music, Timberlake also does a hilarious… Continue reading 'Friends With Benefits' Stars on Flash Mobs, MC Hammer and Nudity on Film