Careful What You Wish For: Dog Finally Catches Tail, Isn’t Sure What To Do After

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This is a short video of Max, who, after a fair amount of trying hard and believing in himself, finally manages to catch his tail. Then he’s not sure what to do with it, and proceeds to sort of drag himself off towards the kitchen. Dogs are weird. I actually have a dog who chases her tail, and my girlfriend jokes she’s not actually chasing her tail at all but the smell of her own ass, which is probably more truth than joke but sometimes you just have to halfheartedly laugh to not cry, you know? Continue reading

The StarWars.com Team Wins Five 2019 Webby Awards

We are thrilled to announce that Lucasfilm and the StarWars.com team have once again won several Webby Awards!

The crew of The Star Wars Show, which recently returned from four uproarious days of live coverage of Star Wars Celebration Chicago, claimed both the Webby Award and the People’s Voice Award in Social: Television & Film as well as the Webby Award for Video: Variety.

Our Live From the Red Carpet of Solo: A Star Wars Story! coverage nabbed the People’s Voice Winner in Video: Events & Live streams. Continue reading

Balloon Artist Makes Gold Infinity Gauntlet

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This is a video of the Infinity Gauntlet twisted by very skilled balloon artist Jackie Ochitwa of With A Twist Balloon Creations. The stones even light up! Wow, is there anything people can’t make with balloons? “A big bad wolf-proof home.” Ha, I guarantee there’s at least one little piggy out there who would still try anyways. It’s a well documented fact that two out of three piggies are dumbasses when it comes to construction.

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‘The Lighthouse’: First Look at Robert Pattinson in Next Film from ‘The Witch’ Director

A24 has revealed the first image from the upcoming film The Lighthouse, the highly anticipated new movie from The Witch writer/director Robert Eggers. The debut follows the news that the film will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Directors’ Fortnight program. We know next to nothing about the film’s plot, other than the fact that it revolves around a lighthouse keeper named Old and takes place in the 19th Century. Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe fill the two lead roles, as seen in this debut image, and they are rocking some …

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Author: Adam Chitwood