The Academy Award-winning actor may have been a little drowsy after the NYC premiere of his new action film Now You See Me.
Fancy a juicy, medium-rare Argentine steak? Me too, but we’d be lucky to get one.
Hint: it took 18 months, 32 builders and more than five million LEGO bricks.
If you don’t mind an occasional, blaring foghorn and the somewhat remote location, this could be the perfect getaway.
Could you name which mountain peak is farthest from the earth’s center?
What’s the supercentenarian’s secret? Be nice, worship God, and eat pigs’ feet.
The most fascinating news from around the Web on May 22, 2013
The duck is back
In today’s must-read lunch links: Steven Spielberg plans a TV series based on the video game Halo, striking photos of old Soviet playgrounds, and why fears of Google Glass are unfounded
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov with actress Elizabeth Hurley and a fluffy white kitten in Grozny on May 21, 2013
A British mountaineer gave a live video interview with the BBC from Mount Everest – possibly the first-ever smartphone call – but the Nepalese government has called the broadcast “illegal.”
Staff hope a breeding program could help safeguard the majestic creature for future generations.