Having previously honed his foosball skills at the table located in the AOL-Huffington Post office, he now obsesses over all things geek. Nick previously worked for sites like Asylum.com, HuffPost, GammaSquad and TheFW.com, and is probably the next Supreme.
Roger Ebert Names the Best Movies of 2012, And His Top Pick Is…
2012 turned out to be a big year for movies -- 'The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' helped make superhero movies cool again, while 'Cloud Atlas' and 'Life of Pi' painted mind-blowing visual effects on the screen, and Ben Affleck and Quentin Tarantino debuted their latest projects. For famed film critic Roger Ebert, it was a busy time as well, having written a personal record of 300 movie rev
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It's safe to say that we were all a bit bummed when Bob Hoskins announced his retirement. He gave us such classic characters from movies like 'Hook,' 'Enemy at the Gates' and, of course, the iconic 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?' But none seemed more disappointed than director Robert Zemeckis and not just because he was a fan of Hoskins' work, either. Turns out that a 'Roger Rabbit 2' is actually ready
NBC Skips 9/11 “Moment of Silence” for Kardashian Interview
As if we needed another reason to hate the Kardashians... At 8:46 a.m. on Tuesday, September 11, most national news outlets took a break from their regular programming to air a special "moment of silence" from New York City and Washington D.C. to honor the victims of 9/11. We say "most" because, as it turns out, not everyone was a participant. While FOX, CBS, ABC, CNBC and MSNB
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