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Things We Saw Today: Teen Flips Water Bottle Onto Table, Crowd Goes Wild

Dare you not to smile.

Listen. It’s fine if you don’t get why this video is so good. You can just chalk it up to the youths being the youths. But I dare you to resist cracking a smile when the crowd goes absolutely wild after he flips this bottle. Go ahead, you can even try it for yourself. (via Laughing Squid)

  • This brand new screengrab of Alien: Covenant on /Film features a really relaxed Katherine Waterston. At least, she looks relaxed until you notice that she’s got what looks like a gun between her legs. And is that… is that a fire?! Oh. Oh, dear.
  • Microsoft’s had it with you and your terrible, terrible passwords. Gizmodo says they’re just going to straight up stop letting you set your passwords to these easily guessed words and combinations. As an aside, here’s a joke for you (courtesy a good friend of mine, so don’t blame me): What’s Forrest Gump’s favorite password? . Ha.

At last, an evolution in “flat pack” furniture (so to speak). These foldable tables and chairs collapse for easy storage and transport. In addition to that, they look like neat isometric art when they’re folded up, kind of like those animated-looking 2D bags that were all the rage not too long ago. (via BoingBoing)

  • Saban Films will be helping Zack Whedon make his feature writing and directorial debut. They’ve picked up his film, Come and Find Me. (via Deadline)
  • There’s a whole slew of teasers and info for you Mr. Robot fans. Check out the Season 2 trailer and find out more over on The Hollywood Reporter.

What’d you see today?

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