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Joaquin Phoenix To Star In The Joker's Origin Movie And The Internet Is Surprisingly Calm

While it's been almost two years since Jared Leto made his debut as the Joker in Suicide Squad, fans are still cringing at his disastrous performance. Luckily, everyone can take a deep sigh of relief as it's been announced a new actor will be playing the Crown Prince of Crime. DCAccording to Variety, none other than Joaquin Phoenix is poised to play the latest incarnation of Batman's most prominent rival in Warner Bros. and Todd Phillip's untitled Joker origins movie.Sources told the publication Phillips had met with Phoenix prior to the new year, and had only been waiting on

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The Generation Of Kids Born In The Late '70s and Early '80s Finally Have A Name

If were born during the late 70s or early 80s, you are most likely grouped in with the annoying millennials or pessimistic Gen X's. Good news, you're neither!There is now a micro generation between the years of 1977 and 1983 called Generation Xennial. If you're born in one of these seven years, you've probably found that you don't fit into either of the existing generations surrounding you, this is because you shouldn't! Xennial's are different and therefore they get their own mini generation. wethepvblicTypically, Xennials don’t have the cynicism associated with the Gen X generation, but they also

80s

20 Celebrities Who Launched Their Careers On 'Star Search'

These days there's a new reality show with a panel of celebrity judges every week, but in the '80s and '90s Ed McMahon's Star Search reigned supreme.The talent show pitted contestants against each other tournament-style in categories like singing, comedy, and dance. But, as you can see from this list, even some of the "losers" turned out alright.1. Aaliyah CBS / FanPopThe talented 10-year-old impressed the audience enough to land a job as a backup singer for Gladys Knight the next year. She lost to another pint-sized singer who is now not famous, which will be a running theme

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The Best TV Theme Songs Of The 80s You Have Forgotten About

TV shows today just don't seem to put the importance on the opening theme song as we did in the previous decades. This is a shame because when I think of my favorite shows of the 80s and 90s, the opening credits bring back a flood of welcomed nostalgia and gets me excited to relive the great episodes. In honor of the lost art of opening theme songs, here's a list of the top TV themes of one of greatest decades in television history. Which one will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day? 12. Miami

90s

The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Here, And People Definitely Have Opinions

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been a staple on television since 1987. Of course, comic book fans will know the first adventure involving the heroes in a half shell came out in 1984, but it's fair to say that the pizza-loving superheroes really shot to fame when the TV series started in 1987. TMNTPediaSince then, there have been six movies to hit theaters, as well as six TV shows which all followed different plots. Den of GeekDen of GeekIt was announced last year that a new Turtles series would be coming, called Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."Rise

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"Bill & Ted" Star Opens Up About Sexual Abuse He Suffered As A Child Star

Like many former child stars, Alex Winter of Bill & Ted fame has been harboring a dark secret for all these years. The British-American actor first found success on Broadway by taking on supporting roles in The King and I and Peter Pan. In the late '80s, he rose to prominence for his roles in films like The Lost Boys, Rosalie Goes Shopping, and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure alongside Keanu Reeves. Winter, along with actor Tom Stern, also co-wrote a number of short films, and co-directed music videos for artists like Ice Cube and Red Hot Chill Peppers. NME.comThe success

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8 School Experiences We All Had That Today's Kids Will Never Understand

The grade school and high school experience has definitely changed since the days that we were all stuck in the classroom. As I watch my own children go through the early grades, I am blown away by how much things have changed, and how little I truly understand the motivations for those changes. We all made it through those years (mostly), and we are none the worse for the wear. I am all for progress, but when we make progress simply for the sake of it, or when that progress affects our children's abilities to grow into fully functioning members