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Lana Del Rey's Father John Misty-Starring Video – In 11 Educational GIFs

"I don’t listen to that much new music,” Lana Del Rey said in 2013, “but I actually really love Father John Misty, who kind of reminded me of my roots." Del Rey took FJM, aka Josh Tillman, on tour with her in 2014, and in 2015 she told The Current that she was his “number one fan,” adding that the period they toured together was “Fun! He definitely brings the fun. He's really funny as you probably could imagine if you're a fan. And also just seeing him on stage is really great.”

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How Many Classic Video Games Can You Spot In This Video?

Half a point for Super Mario Bros, one point for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, three for Mortal Kombat and Terminator and a full ten for, um, y'know, that one where the massive spaceship eats the smaller spaceship and that basketball game where you set the hoop on fire with a slam dunk, wassitcalledagain…

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'Mrs Doubftfire': You'll Be Relieved These Dark Deleted Scenes Didn't Make The Final Cut

Mrs. Doubtfire gave the late Robin Williams one of his best-loved roles. As a doting but unreliable dad who disguises himself as a strict Scottish housekeeper when he loses custody of his kids, he was both hilarious and unexpectedly touching. It's a film that's very much of its time - if it were made today, Aerosmith's 'Dude (Looks Like A Lady)' probably wouldn't make it onto the soundtrack - but 23 years after it came out, Mrs. Doubtfire's charm remains undiminished.

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Reading & Leeds Festival Lineup 2016: Everything We Know So Far

The annual rock ‘n’ roll knees-up is still a few months away but we already know that Reading & Leeds Festival will be a highlight for many of you this year. The lineup already boasts some of the biggest names in the game and we’re already giddy at the prospect of seeing the hottest new bands around as well as huge headline acts.

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The Five Weirdest Pop Star Video Games Ever

Optimistic developers Glu Mobile – the people who brought you Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, no less - are describing it as a “one-of-a-kind digital gaming experience”, but we can pretty much already guess what the forthcoming Taylor Swift mobile game, due later this year, will involve. You’ll play Swifty, constantly flicking through a virtual address book trying to hunt down major celebrities to perform with you at that night’s gig, while fending off interruptions from your shouty Scottish boyfriend and Haim trying to drag you down the pub. Even as you approach the end of the tour, and thus the game, Kanye West repeatedly appears and doesn’t let you finish.

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