My first impressions are always right. I never regret my decisions. I don't care what people think. Humans lie to ourselves all day long. You know the old saying: fake it 'til you make it. And, as Sue Shellenbarger writes for The Wall Street Journal, self-deception has its benefits.
A live-action film based on Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego is in the works, which would be fine if Sandra Bullock was still slated to star. However, now it seems Jennifer Lopez may take the role. So far she's only signed on to produce, but the rumored plan is to drop the incognito geography lessons and turn the…
As long as we're creating customized Monopoly boards for everything from Cars 2 to Harley Davidson, we might as well have a version that lets us act out the film The Princess Bride. It's unfortunate that this edition doesn't actually exist, because it would be perfect for challenging your enemies to a battle of wits.
This chart details the complex process video game designers use to determine if the villain should be a Russian or a demon. As for the female characters, it's a one, or rather, two-step process.
Says Latoya: "Oh great - you can play inside of a vagina, but you can't actually have one on screen." [LazyGamer]
Um, this video "game," "Carrie The Caregiver," is supposed to be fun or something. Targeted at kids 6 and up, the point is to "feed, clean and soothe adorable babies." The new version, "Camp Funshine," involves helping campers with birdhouses and S'mores and crap like that. Maybe it's entertaining for little girls,…