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Naughty or Nice? Jedi Or Sith? LEGO’s Star Wars Advent Calendar Is A Wonderful Gift.

LEGO’s Star Wars advent calendar only just went on sale for 2018, but Walmart’s already taking $5 off its $40 price tag. As always, it features 24 tiny Star Wars-themed LEGO gifts, including brand new ones for 2018 like a snowman in a Rebellion helmet, a Rose minifig, and tons of miniaturized spaceships and speeders.

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According to the Director, Venom Was Always Intended to Be PG-13

Much has been made about the fact that Venom, for all its vague horror aesthetics, has gotten a PG-13 rating, which suggests a basic limit to how horrific things will get. But according to director Ruben Fleischer, that was always planned to be the case.

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In the Dead of Night, Trump Administration Moves Hundreds of Migrant Kids to a Desert Tent City

To deal with the burgeoning number of undocumented migrant
children in federal custody, the Trump administration in recent weeks has been awakening
hundreds of kids in the middle of the night at homes and shelters across the
country. Then, they are placed on buses and sent
to a tent city in the desert
in Texas, near…

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This Aftermarket Hybrid Unit Adds 175 HP To Porsche 991 and 981 Models

This weekend’s Rennsport Reunion VI at Laguna Seca is the world’s biggest Porsche motorsport collection, but there are a ton of cool things to be seen off of the race track as well. The vendor area seemed like a much smaller and Porsche-only version of the SEMA show, with a lot of companies debuting new product and…

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MoviePass Is Now Re-Enrolling Former Customers in an ‘Unlimited’ Plan Unless They ‘Opt Out’

If e-ticketing startup MoviePass isn’t quite dead yet, there’s been no mistaking the telltale signs of a dead man walking for months now. After months of reports that the service was about to hit a financial brick wall, it suddenly ceased paying for major new releases, nuked its unlimited plan, and offered customers…

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