This needs no introduction. Just watch the video.
My sister showed me this video for the first time the other day, and I'm kinda surprised I had never seen it, since it has over 20 million views. It's quite the production, so if you're into funny songs, musical theater type stuff, or just insane stories about Shia LaBeouf's antics, check it out. And make sure you stick around till the end.
Shia LaBeouf is certainly a fascinating character though. I can't tell if he's out of his mind or an actual genius.
Do you know any dogs like this?
Yeah that sounds about right.
I'm not sure if I can justifiably call myself an adult, but as far as I can tell, most adults feel the same way.
Meet the new Spider-Man, Tom Holland.
Photo via comicbookmovie.com
He's a 19 year old British actor who's signed on to portray the webhead as he joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War next May. He'll then feature in his own standalone film (the second reboot of the franchise, occurring just 15 years after the first Spider-Man movie was released) in 2017.
For what it's worth, I really liked Andrew Garfield and don't see why they needed to reboot the series AGAIN, but I've always been a huge Spidey fan, so I'll give this guy a shot in the role.
You can get a whole bunch more details on the new direction of the Spider-Man franchise here.
Taylor Swift, of course. She wins at everything. She can't be stopped.
Photo via Entertainment Weekly
For context, Apple is debuting a new paid streaming service on June 30th called Apple Music and giving users a free 3 month trial. The issue is that Apple wasn't planning on paying artists for any music streamed by trial users during the trial period. Taylor Swift would have none of that, and wrote an open letter to Apple on her tumblr, and went into detail as to exactly why she would be withholding her music from the service.
Apple has, in light of Taylor Swift's criticisms, announced that they will in fact be paying artists for music streamed during the trial period. You can get the full details here, but it's still unclear whether or not Taylor will allow Apple to use her music. Considering she removed her entire catalogue from Spotify not long ago, I'd say it's unlikely.
For my part, I see no reason to use a paid music service in the first place, especially when there are plenty of free alternatives like... I dunno, the free Fly 92.3 app. That's just off the top of my head.