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HOW ‘PAC-MAN’ CHANGED THE WORLD
When Professor Toru Iwatani created Pac-Man 35 years ago, he could have hardly guessed the tremendous impact his video game would have. Originally intended to draw women into male-dominated arcades, the game appealed to all audiences and went on to earn an estimated $2.5 billion in quarters and inspire a best-selling paperback, an animated television series and even its own breakfast cereal.
TERRY GILLIAM IS FINALLY GONNA GET TO MAKE HIS TORTURED DON QUIXOTE MOVIE
Terry Gilliam has been rattling your brain, breaking your heart, and unnerving your system for decades with films like Brazil, 12 Monkeys, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. And now thanks to a deal with Amazon Studios, the Monty Python alum is about to do it again with The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, the film he’s lovingly referred to as “my madness.”
BRADLEY COOPER’S ‘HYPERION’ IS SYFY’S BEST CHANCE TO REDEEM ITSELF
I was excited when I heard that Dan Simmons’ 1989 science fiction novel Hyperion is finally being adapted for television. But my excitement turned quickly to dread.
LEBRON JAMES’S BARBER EXPLAINS THE TRUTH ABOUT BRON’S HAIRLINE
Lebron James’s personal barber is sick of the same question over and over. All people do is ask him about the Cleveland all-star’s shifting hairline.
ALEXANDRA TYLER WANTS TO SHOW YOU HER INSTAGRAM
She’s a Coachella babe. She loves leather. And she knows how to grab your attention.
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