Spoiler warning. With its convoluted timelines, unknowable motives, and strange questions, Westworld does an excellent job of keeping you guessing. For every thing you think you know, there are ten that you probably don't, or may not even know that you don't know. Even with the season finale over, there are as many unanswered questions as there are answered ones, and this supercut of mysterious questions only reinforces what we don't know about Westworld.
It's been ten years since the release of the BBC's epic Planet Earth documentary series. From the special first-time-on-film moments to the unforgettable narration by Sir David Attenborough, Planet Earth remains the nature documentary against which all others are judged. For the ten year celebration, the BBC got together some of the best of the nature and science YouTube community to share their favorite moments.
You've seen magician David Blaine seemingly regurgitate frogs at will — making Dave Chapelle, Drake, Steph Curry, and Jimmy Fallon cringe with amazement. The trick isn't new. People have been regurgitating water, small animals, coins, and other foreign objects for hundreds of years. Vox pulls the curtain back on the magic man to reveal how the trick is performed, and the most amazing part is that there isn't really any trick at all.
The Race to Alaska is one of sailing's most brutal races. The route is 750 miles from northern Washington to the southern tip of Alaska, with no motors and no support. Frigid temperatures, open sea, and treacherous channels all conspire to push the most prepared participants to the limit. But one group is taking the challenge to another level — by becoming the first team of paralyzed sailors to complete the race.
DC meets Star Wars thanks to Zack Snyder himself. After a series of exchanges with The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams, the Justice League director puts the nail in the coffin with this mashup. The video shows the Dark Knight going to the Dark Side, while Superman joins the Jedis. Unfortunately, it all end before any real lightsaber action gets going, but we'll be anxiously awaiting Abrams' response.
Someone finally had the idea to make Star Wars speeder bikes out of the Jetovator. The Supertramp crew recreated the classic Endor speeder bike chase using the water jet-powered vehicles, a little CGI, and some little Ewoks. Check out how the video was made here.