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‘Deadpool’ Used Recycled Footage from ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’

Rudie Obias

Marvel is taking the idea of a “shared universe” to the next level.

Enormous Sea Sponge May Be the Oldest Animal on Earth

Anna Green

And at 11.5 feet (3.5 meters) in length, it’s as big as some cars.

Celebrate Hodor From 'Game of Thrones' With This Punny Door Stop

Kirstin Fawcett

If you still haven't seen last week's episode, stop reading now.

The UK’s Newest Stamps Celebrate 50 Years of Pink Floyd

Shaunacy Ferro

You can now honor the band's storied career by affixing their album covers to your mail.

Citizen Scientists Used GPS Trackers to Map Cats' Outdoor Adventures

Kirstin Fawcett

Fluffy might be a lazy house cat by day, but come evening he’s a restless roamer.

It's Red Nose Day! Here's What You Need to Know

Michele Debczak

Tonight you can watch celebrities get silly for a good cause.

15 Historical Theories on How to Be Lucky

Kate Horowitz

Luck seems to have a lot to do with food, underpants, and what’s inside them.

The Pentagon Plans to Finally Upgrade From Floppy Disk Technology

Andrew LaSane

The U.S. nuclear force has been using the same tech since the 1970s.

The Missing Links: The Best Time to Buy Vegetables

Colin Patrick

Rare ‘Revenge of the Jedi’ Trailer Unearthed After More Than 30 Years

Rudie Obias

George Lucas later reconsidered the title, believing "revenge" wasn't something a Jedi Knight would seek out.

New Bike Light Has Flashing Signals for Turning and Braking

Shaunacy Ferro

Be more visible at night and in the rain.

Artist Yarnbombs 130-Year-Old Building With Over 1000 Knitted Squares

Stacy Conradt

The public artwork will be taken down on June 1, but the project doesn’t end there.

12 Ways to Repurpose a Phone Booth

Miss Cellania

Here are some of the most creative ways these once-ubiquitous items are being re-used.

Shia LaBeouf Is Now Hitchhiking Across the Country

Jake Rossen

And he'd like you to give him a ride.

Could You Draw This Turtle?

Jake Rossen

Even if you couldn't, you could still enroll in an art correspondence school. It worked for Charles Schulz.