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Bradley Cooper's Dog Is Winning Hearts In "A Star Is Born"

While some fans are applauding the performances of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born, it's Charlie the Goldendoodle who may be the real star. Charlie is Cooper's real-life pooch and was cast in the film by the actor himself.

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Liam Neeson Claims a Horse He Worked with Before Recognized Him on Set of New Film

The actor said that his horse in "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" knew him from a Western he "made a while back." Russell Crowe chimed in on Twitter with a similar experience. Well...Let's see what the people on twitter had to say about it. 



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Dog Activist Is Trying To Put An End To The Suffering Of Sled Dogs In Canada

Unfortunately, sled dogs in Canada are subjected to atrocious treatment and Fern Levitt, a dog activist who also makes films, is looking to put an end to their suffering. Via: Goodfullness

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Your cat is stressed for some reason? Let him watch this beautiful film of relaxing peer window created by MORE THAN and scientifically designed with the intention of reducing stress.

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Name That Film!

Do you love movies? Do you ALSO love critters? Then strap on your thinking cap and see if you can guess which movie inspired these pics and gifs! Post your guesses in the comments!

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Look! Its Zachary Quinto being neither evil, nor psychotic, nor Spock!

Instead, he is an adorable and well-meaning man who just wants to adopt his favorite dog at the shelter. We dare you not to fall in love with this short film.

Editor's Note: Contains some adult language.

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Last month a team of Japanese researchers announced that they had recorded live footage for the first time of a giant squid in its natural habitat, and today that footage has been released! Click here and scroll down for the video!

The researchers dove down to the watery, nightmarish depths of the Pacific in a cramped three-man submarine and lured the squid into the open with bait. The team then pursued the squid for about 270 meters, capturing footage of the (relatively small) three meter squid as it lazily cruised along. Museum researcher Tsunemi Kubodera described the giant squid as "shining and beautiful." Yours truly described the giant squid as "a Lovecraftian nightmare, but probably okay with some olive oil and garlic."

The expedition was partly funded by The Discovery Channel, and a documentary about the researchers' findings will air January 27. In the meantime we'll be doing our best to continue our excellent track record of 'Not Going In the Ocean'.