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A Spider-Man/Avengers team-up is just one of many things we can pretty much guarantee that you will never, ever see in a Marvel movie ... at least not in your own lifetime.
Because easily avoidable fake articles never rest (and neither do we), we've opted to supersize your dubious news intake. Enjoy!
For celebrities, Twitter can be a fantastic way to connect with enthusiastic fans and promote upcoming projects. It can also be a smashing means to showcase the fact that you are losing your mind.
The current crop of new TV shows might make you wonder how they got greenlit once, let alone multiple times.
A sci-fi 'Snow White.' How bad could it be?
Everyone get your markers out: It's once again time to weed through your Facebook feed and black out all the B.S.
If there was some vast cereal mascot conspiracy, we would have noticed by now. We at Cracked decided to look into this important matter and found out that this plot runs way deeper than everyone thought.
We sent one lucky researcher to find out which is the least of three evils. And by lucky we mean person we were angry with at the time.
It's screamingly obvious that the media have an amazing ability to completely forget the crap they reported just a few years earlier.
It's almost as if Hollywood is challenging us with its childlike grasp of theme and logic and daring us to come see the movie anyway.
We really don't get why Hollywood keeps making movies.
Here are five recent reminders that most, if not all, multicellular organisms would be happier if all humans were dead so they could lick the minerals from our sun-bleached bones.
Let us pick out the latest viral turds for you.
It turns out any random jackass can just show up, pretend to be someone else, and fool everyone without making any effort.
As is the case with every film involving Michael Bay, this is a pertinent question to ask.