If there's one takeaway from WIRED's autocomplete interview with the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, it's that the majority of Google users have terrible grammar. But the cast does their best trying to interpret and answer the badly worded top searches while not letting any big plot points slip.
Miles Morales got bit by a spider. A genetically engineered one. You can probably guess what happens from here — Miles gain spider-like powers and a sweet costume. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse brings Spider-Man's alternate timeline to the big screen, set for a Christmas 2018 release.
The result of three years of research and millions of data points, the Casper Wave is a breakthrough in mattress design. Underneath its handsome exterior, you'll find the new, proprietary Natural Geometry System. It uses five layers of foam to mimic the natural contours of your body at 36 specific points, adjusting naturally to your shoulders and hips without sacrificing support, and keeping your spine properly aligned. Like the original, it uses open-cell foams to keep you cool at night. Designed and assembled in the USA.
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The ideal brush is one you'll actually want to use (twice) every day. Named one of the TIME's Best Inventions, quip is the slim, simple, and surprisingly enjoyable electric toothbrush designed to help you brush better, from just $25. Its sensitive sonic vibration pulses every 30 seconds for 2 full minutes to guide a full clean in hard to reach places. quip's nifty cover mounts to mirrors at home and hygienically stores your brush for travel in a bag or carry-on. When you subscribe, you'll get fresh brush heads automatically delivered on a dentist-recommended schedule — when your old bristles become dirty and ineffective — starting at $5 every 3 months with free shipping worldwide.
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Stranger Things meets The Wonder Years in this episode of A Bad Lip Reading. Season one of the 80s-inspired supernatural thriller gets turned into an 80s family drama complete with a catchy theme song and reflective narrations. Full of bizarre voice-overs, the 18-minute episode gives the series' title a whole new meaning.
James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez are bringing Yukito Kishiro's manga Battle Angel Alita to the big screen. Alita: Battle Angel follows an amnesiac cyborg found in a trash heap and rebuilt by a cybernetics doctor. Recalling only one memory of a martial arts expert, Alita goes on to become a Hunter Warrior — a bounty hunter. Starring Rosa Salazar and Christoph Waltz, Alita: Battle Angel comes to theaters July 20, 2018.