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A Triumphant Stephen Colbert Crashes 'The Daily Show'

Stephen Colbert has won television, according to Stephen Colbert After nearly nine years hosting The Colbert Report, he is moving on to greener pastures — also know as network television.

2014 NFL Schedule: More Flex Games Means More Fun

The NFL released its 2014 schedule on Wednesday evening with a twist: the league can "flex" games into primetime earlier than ever this season.

Episode VII Will Be Most Expensive Star Wars Ever, Says Disney

Early filming has begun on the still-untitled Star Wars Episode VII, Disney chairman Alan Horn has confirmed — and for the first time, the movie has an estimated budget, give or take $25 million "These large tentpole kinds of movies on the expensive side are in the neighborhood of $175 [million] to $200 [million]," Horn told Bloomberg TV in response to a question about whether "Marvel kind of money" would be spent on Episode VII See also: Star Wars Episode VII to Use Film, Be More Like Original Trilogy "We need to give the audience, essentially, a full meal in return for their affection and devotion and love for these properties," Horn added.

Why Does This NBA Player Have Emoji Tattoos?

You might be renowned among friends for always having the perfect emoji for any text-messaging situation — but we guaranteed your emoji game isn't as strong as Mike Scott's Scott plays for the Atlanta Hawks.

10 Careers Barbie Should Tackle in Her Movie Debut

Come on, Barbie, let's go filming. Sony Pictures and Mattel announced plans today to bring Barbie to life in her first-ever live-action movie.

Third 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' Movie Being Stitched Together

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants saga will continue in a third movie based on Ann Brashares' Sisterhood Everlasting novel, Alloy Entertainment announced Wednesday.

Avril Lavigne Confuses, Offends With 'Hello Kitty' Music Video

Oh Avril, why'd you have to go and make things so complicated? The singer released a music video for her single "Hello Kitty" Tuesday, which has received considerable backlash for its depiction of Japanese culture.

Before YouTube, NBA Fans Lived for 'Slamadamonth' — And Now It's Online

Let's travel back in time, sports fans, to an era when we weren't quite as #blessed as we are today: The '90s.

Happy 100th, Wrigley Field: An Iconic Ballpark Through the Years

It's all grown up. On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Wrigley Field — home of the Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs — turns 100 years old, making it the second-oldest ballpark in the U.S., behind Boston's Fenway Park.

Watch the First 50 Seconds of 'Orange Is the New Black' Season 2

Orange Is the New Black's sophomore season will begin with a seemingly delusional Piper Chapman in solitary confinement, facing punishment for pummeling fellow prison inmate Pennsatucky in the first season's finale.

Shaq's LinkedIn Profile Belongs in the Internet Hall of Fame

During his Hall of Fame NBA career, Shaquille O'Neal went by a plethora of nicknames — the Big Aristotle, the Big Shaqtus and the Big Shamrock among them Now, it's time to add a new jumbo-sized moniker to Shaq's list: The Big Networker See also: The Complete Guide to LinkedIn Etiquette The Internet at large discovered Shaq's LinkedIn profile this week and lost its collective mind.

How Indestructible Is Iron Man's Suit?

The name says it all: Iron Man. When it comes to sheer indestructibility, Tony Stark's suit is the stuff of legend See also: How Unbreakable Is Batman's Armor?

What Makes the Wolverine Unbreakable?

When you're a superhero, your wardrobe matters; you can't just roll out of bed and throw on the first shirt that isn't flagrantly wrinkled.

MTV Video Music Awards Returning to California After Only 1 Year in NYC

The MTV Video Music Awards will return to California just one year after the network moved the show to New York City's Barclays Center, which marked the first time a major annual awards show made Brooklyn its host.

Ring in Secretary's Day With This 'Mad Men' Quiz

Never underestimate anyone in your office, because as Mad Men's Joan Harris once eloquently said, "One minute you're on top of the world, the next minute some secretary's running you over with a lawn mower." AMC is celebrating Secretary's Day, a.k.a.

There's a New Flappy Bird Spinoff, and It's Infinitely Harder

Flappy Bird, one of the most addictive (and hardest) games we've seen for the iPhone, was pulled from the App Store, but clones of the game have never stopped coming The latest imitation, called Flappy48, combines the mechanic of the original game, in which you need to jump over a series of obstacle

Crazy Cat People: This Video Game Understands You

Get ready, cat people — your dreams of morphing into cat are within paw's reach. Game Team Studio, the company behind meme creation website MemeChimp, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $20,000 for a realistic cat simulation game.

Jamaica Soccer Team's World Cup Dreams Need Huge Crowdfunding Save

If the Jamaica women's national soccer team can finish in the top three of its group in a qualifying campaign beginning this year, it books itself a trip to the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.

The NFL Playoffs Are Coming to Cable TV, Finally

When ESPN airs an NFL Wild Card matchup in January 2015, you'll hardly notice the big distinction: It'll be the first NFL playoff game to ever air on cable, period.

'Breaking Bad' Scene Got Way Too Personal For Bryan Cranston

Actor Bryan Cranston revisited one of the most shocking Breaking Bad deaths on Tuesday during a discussion about TV psychopaths at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City In season two, Cranston's character Walter White refuses to save Jesse Pinkman's drugged and unconscious girlfriend, Jane, from choking on her vomit.