Every American knows, in our heart of hearts, that aliens are real, UFOs are real, and the government is hiding a stack of skeletal little grey bodies from us in a deep-freeze in the Pentagon’s basement. Which is why it’s so cheering that Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager can’t stop talking about UFOs. I am serious…
Last Tuesday, Hillary Clinton had a meeting with the editorial board of New Hampshire’s Conway Daily Sun during which she discussed serious issues including the economy and foreign policy. She also fielded one question about the most serious issue of all: UFOs.
Perhaps it’s common knowledge among rabid fans of Star Wars and its ever-expanding universe, but we at Jezebel only recently found out that Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o would be playing a tiny, mostly-CGI, 1000-year-old, goggle-wearing alien pirate named Maz Kanata in the newest installment of the series.
Groundbreaking sitcom Mork and Mindy was always doomed to fail. This weird comedy about an alien and his human pal reached a U.S. audience of 60 million viewers every week, and launched Robin Williams’ career. And then, it tanked. We talked to the show’s writers and director, who told us the fascinating story of the…
The circumstances surrounding Jeffrey Lash’s death on July 4 in a wealthy Los Angeles suburb are still unclear. Also unknown is where Lash managed to acquire the hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and the many, many guns found in his home. However, contrary to what he told two devout followers, we can be pretty…
Everyone who thinks fashion is serious, un-fun, and not socially relevant, here is exhibit A from the glorious excursion that is Tokyo Fashion Week, which just ended: the latest runway jaunt from designer Yoshikazu Yamagata's label WrittenAfterwards, which featured bright, couch-comfy sweatsuits and childlike dreams…
My brain melted on Saturday night and I can blame it all on Scarlett Johansson in the Luc Besson-directed Lucy. But I’m not the only one; the female-led film bested the box office beating out even the baby oil-covered Hercules. Hollywood, let us use this opportunity to once again remind you that ladies like movies!
Demi Lovato appeared on Wednesday's Late Night with Seth Meyers to debut her new hair and discuss some theories she has on aliens and mermaids. Fun!
Cool pope Pope Francis is so cool (HOW COOL IS HE?) that he recently said he'd be willing to baptize aliens from outer space if they ever touch down on Earth looking to be saved.
In a new poll, CNN asked people if "space aliens, time travelers or beings from another dimension" made Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappear.
"I’ve met some serious aliens in my life… I’m sure you’ve seen a UFO. Haven’t all of us seen something flying in the sky [at some random time of night] and it’s not the shape of a plane? …I don’t know if I’d go with an alien to space. I would have to feel the alien’s vibe. I’m a vibe person."
Darth Vader. A Xenomorph from Aliens. Attack on Titan. That's not mentioning the various other characters as well as animals, too. They've all been brought to life in amazing banana sculptures.
Yes, I counted. It's called investigative journalism? Maybe you've heard of it? (Sidenote: I may have counted wrong.) In this supercut, America's favorite skeptical Catholic alien autopsist expresses her awe/wonder/horror/surprise/erotic delight(?) by saying "Oh my God" a hilarious number of times. Which is…
As you drift off to sleep tonight, angry that the toddler upstairs won't stop doing jumping jacks or that your next door neighbor's cat is in heat again, just remember that it could be worse. You could live in Clintonville, Wisconsin, where a series of mysterious booms has been occurring for the past few nights.…
We all thought Fran Drescher was from Queens, but it turns out she might actually be from another planet—or at least she traveled to one briefly. She honestly believes that she and her ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson, have something very interesting in common:
Through a new online portal, you can now petition the president directly. And concerned citizens are using their new power to address our country's most pressing issue: aliens.
July 18, 1986 was the day that Aliens hit theaters. The sequel to 1979's Alien featured Sigourney Weaver in a rare role: That of female action hero.
In case the "mancation" was not ridiculous enough, now fans of neologisms and extremely broad stereotypes of masculinity can embark on another kind of trip: the "brocation." We decided to get an outsider's perspective on this phenomenon.