‘Shazam!’ is a superhero movie for kids, and that’s a great thing

‘Shazam!’ is a superhero movie for kids, and that’s a great thing

It’s been a long time since superheroes could be dismissed as mere kid stuff, thanks to stories as intelligent as Black Panther or as disturbing as The Dark Knight or as gleefully inappropriate as Deadpool. But lost in all the praise over how mature and thoughtful and boundary-pushing these films can be is the fact that, well, superheroes are kid stuff. Most of us first fell in love with these larger-than-life crusaders as children, over comic books or Saturday morning cartoons or family trips to the multiplex. SEE ALSO: New…

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Wild videos show cruise ship chaos as rough seas prompt an evacuation

Wild videos show cruise ship chaos as rough seas prompt an evacuation

Incredible videos shared on Twitter are showing the wild rough seas that have led to the evacuation of 1,300 people from a cruise ship off the coast of Norway.  The ship, Viking Cruise’s “Viking Sky,” sent a distress signal Saturday afternoon local time, reporting “engine problems in bad weather,” according to CNN. And videos from both inside the cruise ship and from the shore show how bad the seas are.  The BBC reports that at least one of the ship’s engines was successfully restarted, enabling the Viking Sky to move…

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Hashtag about a world without Twitter is trending… on Twitter

Hashtag about a world without Twitter is trending… on Twitter

If we’re being honest, tweeting about what the world would be like without Twitter is peak 2019. And, yet, here we are, with #InAWorldWithoutTwitter trending on an early Spring Saturday. The tweets are a mix of genuine and jokes yet most of them all hold a grain of truth in them and reveal the best and worst of Twitter as a platform. #InAWorldWithNoTwitter we’d have no covfefeNo hamberdersNo smocking gunsNo unpresidentedNo Scott FreeNo wire tappNo MelanieNo Councel But we’d still have Tim Applepic.twitter.com/aDz8B4k5Qz — BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) March 23, 2019 People…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment. This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair. Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…

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