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True story of 'Tetris' explains why the world became hooked on a game


Though Tetris is universally recognized as one of the best and most popular video games of all time, I never really got it.  Yes, I played it — on everything from a Commodore 64 to a Gameboy; even, recently, on a Windows 10 PC.

The best plays from the 'Overwatch' Open North American finals


Team EnVyUs went head-to-head with Fnatic in the Overwatch Open North American finals, fighting for a spot in Friday's international finals.

LeBron James has 'respect' for Kaepernick but will stand for national anthem


LeBron James says he'll stand for the national anthem before NBA games this season — but don't get it twisted.  The NBA Finals MVP says he respects the national anthem protests began by NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick last month, and that he worries about what could happen should his own sons encounter police officers.  SEE ALSO: 'Courageous' teens who protested while playing national anthem are part of 50 years of history "I'm not here to ramp on America, that's not me," James said Monday.

The entire Marlins team will wear No. 16 in tribute to José Fernández


A day after José Fernández died in a boating accident, the Miami Marlins players will pay tribute to their young pitcher by all wearing his jersey number against the Mets on Monday night.

Kid Cudi releases tracklist for new album, 'Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'


After getting in public Twitter tiff by calling out rappers and questioning loyalties, Kid Cudi has said that he hopes his forthcoming album will speak for itself.

Cape appeal: the psychology of superhero fandom


Superheroes are everywhere these days, and people couldn’t be happier about it. They’ve always been a staple of popular culture, even when they were predominantly confined to the pages of comic books.

Authorities shed light on boat crash that killed MLB star José Fernández


José Fernández — the Miami Marlins pitcher who died early Sunday in a boating accident — was killed by trauma, not drowning, authorities said Monday.

Daisy Ridley joins James Corden in 'Peter Rabbit' movie's voice cast


LOS ANGELES — After saving the galaxy in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Daisy Ridley is hopping over to Sony to join the voice cast of its live-action/CG hybrid movie Peter Rabbit, the studio announced Monday.

Look at this gorgeous hand-drawn video game, 'Sundered'


Plenty of video games get by on name recognition or developer pedigree, but Sundered can sell you with a screenshot.

First presidential debate or 'Monday Night Football'? The choice is yours, America


They'll put game-plans into action on Monday night, trying to anticipate one another's next move with an important victory at stake but the ultimate finish line still in the unpredictable distance.

Millennials, rejoice: MTV is bringing back TRL — for one day only


LOS ANGELES — In an effort to get Millennials into voting, MTV is bringing back its popular '90s show Total Request Live.

MTV launches new animated, digital docu-series


LOS ANGELES — MTV is delving deeper into the digital space with a new docu-series dedicated to internet subcultures and the people who create them.

The cast of 'Will & Grace' is up to a reunion of some kind


After a few days of social media buildup, the cast of Will & Grace is still being pretty damn coy. The show's stars Debra Messing, Eric McCormack and Megan Mullally all just tweeted a short trailer for something related to the beloved sitcom.  SEE ALSO: Britney Spears biopic set for Lifetime The video features dramatic music, the theme of bringing "America back from the brink," and a hidden message – one red word in each page of texts spells out the sentence "Will & Grace is back." While it seems unlikely that the revolutionary sitcom is back, some have speculated that this mystery has something to do with the presidential campaign.

5 Oscar contenders whose early work you can watch on Netflix now


LOS ANGELES — Awards season is upon us, and for the next five months we'll be talking about the same 50 actors and actresses and whether an Oscar is in their future.  But what about their pasts?

Buy Hermione Granger's 'Harry Potter' house for a whole lot of Galleons


Hermione Granger was so damn good at magic that it's easy to forget she was Muggle-born. However, Hermione did grow up in a non-magical house with her parents in the Harry Potter films, and that house is now for sale in London.

Netflix releases chilling trailer for Ava DuVernay prison documentary


Freedom comes at a price Ava DuVernay's 13th, a documentary about the imprisonment of African American men in the centuries since slavery was outlawed.

Philadelphia 76ers jump into esports, acquire Team Dignitas and Apex


Traditional sports are mingling with esports more and more as NBA players, managers and now teams are investing in and acquiring esports teams around the world.

Now you can register to vote at 'Hamilton'


Broadway's Hamilton continues to represent the best America has to offer; In an effort to increase voter turnout for November's crucial election, the cast of the show will register voters outside the Richard Rogers Theatre in New York.

Drake releases flexes his acting chops in a new short film, 'Please Forgive Me'


If you're over just listening to Drake's latest album Views, you might like the rapper's most recent endeavor— a short film titled Please Forgive Me, inspired by Views.  The project, which Drake teased on Instagram for a month, was officially released Sunday night, exclusively on Apple Music.  SEE ALSO: Drake has a billboard problem and the first step is admitting it Drake exercises his acting muscles in the dramatic 20-minute, action-thriller directed by Anthony Mandlerin.

Animated short explores a bad day on 'Planet of the Apes'


It's already a given that when an astronaut gets stranded on the Planet of the Apes, he's in for a bad day.


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