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Well, that got awkward.

While Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg were promoting their new movie, American Ultra, Stewart had a little fun at her costars expense. The pair were tasked with interviewing each other about their roles, but something was a little off about the questions Eisenberg received.

Instead of "normal" interview questions, Stewart asked Eisenberg the questions she would normally receive. You know, sexist questions about fashion and pregnancy.

Eisenberg, in his normal fashion, got really uncomfortable. It seems like he was probably in on the joke, but it was still fun to watch him squirm.

Good job, Kristen! It seems like a little interview payback was in order...

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If you didn't have a reason to like legendary actor Danny Trejo already, then how about him pulling a kid from a car crash? Trejo was an at intersection when an SUV collided with a car. The crash overturned the SUV, trapping a young boy and his grandma inside. Trejo sprung into action, unbuckled the boy with another bystander and kept him calm while firefighters arrived. Points also to the guy for doing the interview with no shirt on. 

Via Whoo Kid
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Chris Pratt reveals yet another hidden talent that, at this point, will not surprise you. You will, however, be entertained.
WARNING: Beware of the adult lyrics...it is Eminem, after all.

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So, it turns out Ryan Fitzpatrick has a laugh on par with the Pillsbury Doughboy. The laugh itself is more of a shock than Nick Mangold's photobomb.

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Jogging in the French Alps would be the only upside to jogging.

Via BBC News
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The search for the real inventor of Bitcoin is over. According to the video description, the man in the video is the real deal:

Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright has publicly identified himself as Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. His admission ends years of speculation about who came up with the original ideas underlying the digital cash system. Mr Wright has provided technical proof to back up his claim using coins known to be owned by Bitcoin's creator. Prominent members of the Bitcoin community and its core development team have also confirmed Mr Wright's claim.


Wright seems completely uninterested in fame or recognition. He gruffly insists that he wants to stay out of the spotlight, so why would he do an interview at all? His reasoning, in what he says will be his one and only interview, is to put an end to the controversy surrounding the identity of Bitcoin's inventor for the sake of his family and staff.