KFC has entered the console war with KFConsole, which includes a built-in chicken warmer. Yes, you read that right.
“Peanut butter and jelly. Batman and Robin. Rock and roll. Fried chicken and video games. Some things just go together—like KFC Gaming and Cooler Master, which teamed up to create a game console with a built-in roaster.”
From National Hangover Day to Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, here are some offbeat holidays to celebrate in the first month of the new year.
“Though the official end-of-year ‘holiday season’ may be over, January is chock-full of very fun, very specific, and sometimes very weird holidays to help you ease your way into 2019.”
Captain America: Civil War divided MCU fans into two factions in 2016. Now revisiting the movie in 2020, one of the writers at The Mary Sue found their perspective changed.
“Initially when watching Civil War, I found myself immediately drawn to Cap’s side. Personal freedom, loyalty to your friends, mistrusting the powers that be, these all spoke to me – a former misfit supreme – on a deep, deep level. They felt far more important than Tony’s emphasis on security and safety. But rewatching it this time, at the end of 2020 the plague year from hell, I found my perspective…shifting.”
Warner Bros is fast-tracking Wonder Woman 3 after the apparent success of Wonder Woman 1984.
“As reported by Deadline, after a remarkably successful debut, especially considering the global pandemic, Warner Bros. is fast-tracking Wonder Woman 3. This third film in the series, and the fifth to feature Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, will be made with Patty Jenkins directing. According to Jenkins, it may be her last in the series.”
Have you never seen a moonbow? Check out the best places on this planet to catch sight of one of them.
“Even if you’ve seen a moonbow—an arc of ghostly white light varying from imperceptible to undeniable—you might not have known what it was. Sometimes called a lunar rainbow or a white rainbow, moonbows are a rare phenomenon requiring very specific conditions to appear.”
Sarah Chalke, voice actress for Rick and Morty‘s Beth, says she hopes Space Beth sticks around.
“Space Beth made her debut in May’s Season 4 finale, ‘Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri.’ The episode provided closure on a tense Season 3 scene when Rick offers to clone Beth, giving her a chance to explore the universe while her clone stayed behind with the family.”