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Adult Swim Festival 2021 Has Rick & Morty Panel, Live Streams & More

Adult Swim Festival 2021 has announced its lineup, including a Rick and Morty panel and several musical performances. This is the latest in a run of exciting live stream festivals featuring huge announcements from popular properties. Just a few weeks ago, Netflix had its TUDUM event, which included the trailer drop for Stranger Things season 4 and the announcement that Chris Hemsworth would be returning for Extraction 2. On October 16, DC FanDome 2021 is poised to feature similar blockbuster an...
Tags: Hbo, Entertainment, Tech, Netflix, Chris Hemsworth, Eric Andre, Ridley Scott, Philip K Dick, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Alessia Cara, Morty, Rick, Angel Olsen, Old Town Road, Michael Cusack, Adult Swim YouTube

Adult Swim Festival 2021 Reveals Full Line-Up: Rick And Morty, Aqua Teen, And More

Get excited, y'all! It's the return of music, comedy, and mayhem from your couch thanks to the 2021 Adult Swim Festival. The two-day festival will run through Adult Swim's YouTube channel and will feature exclusive extras on HBO Max. The full programming lineup has finally been released, and it looks like it's going to be a banger. This year's festival will take place on November 12–13, 2021, and will feature panels on some of Adult Swim's most popular shows like "Rick and Morty," "Squidbillies,...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Alessia Cara, Morty, Rick, Angel Olsen, Squidbillies, Michael Cusack, Adult Swim s YouTube, Morty Squidbillies, Rickiest Rick, Zach Hadel, Morty Tuca Bertie Joe Pera

Make Love Stay With the Intro to Aperol

In his popular—albeit questionable and somewhat callow—1980 novel Still Life With Woodpecker, Tom Robbins prescribes the following three ways one can employ to Make Love Stay:Read more...
Tags: Food And Drink, Lifehacks, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Bitters, Cocktail, Applied Sciences, Aperol, Audrey Saunders, Tom Robbins, Campari group, Ounce, Units Of Measurement, Angostura Bitters

Adult Swim Orders Spin-Off Shows for ‘Rick and Morty’, ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’ & More

Adult Swim is already breathing new life into some of their canceled shows by ordering movies for The Venture Bros., Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Metalocalypse. Now they’re expanding their shows even with an order of four new animated digital short spin-offs inspired by Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell. First up, Adult Swim has ordered a Rick and Morty spin-off called The Vindicators. Inspired by the intergalactic crime fighting team ...
Tags: Comedy, Adult Swim, Television, Movies, Georgia, Animation, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Kelly, Snyder, Morty, Rick, Seth Green, Rick And Morty, Robot Chicken, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland

A Rick and Morty Spin-Off Leads a Bevy of Adult Swim Mini-Webseries

Supernova. Max Rails. Crocoubot. Million Ants. These are names everyone knows... assuming they’ve watched the Rick and Morty episode “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender” and have a decent memory. Now the Rickiverse’s premiere superhero team is returning for their own web series, which is pretty impressive given…
Tags: Adult Swim, Science, Television, Happy, Harry, Emmy, Cartoon Network, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Morty, Matt, Rick, Rick Morty, Rick And Morty, Robot Chicken, Noob, Human Interest

Adult Swim Announces Spin-offs of Rick and Morty, ATHF & More

Adult Swim has several spin-offs of popular shows set to release in the near future that will be released across global digital platforms. Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken, and Pretty Face Is Going to Hell are all receiving spin-offs that will consist of 8-10 episodes. “We see it as our mission to put something hilarious within a fingers’ swipe of anyone on the planet,” said Adult Swim president Michael Ouweleen. “These shorts are a way to meet the next generation of Adult ...
Tags: TV, Adult Swim, Alabama Jackson, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Aquadonk Side Pieces, Hbo Max, Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken, Streaming, The Vindicators, Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell

Adult Swim Orders Movies for ‘The Venture Bros.’, ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’, and ‘Metalocalypse’

Adult Swim is bringing back three of their beloved animated series as TV movies. The Venture Bros., which was recently brought to an end after kicking around for 17 years and 7 seasons, is getting a movie to keep the show alive. Joining The Venture Bros. will be TV movies for Adult Swim favorites Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Metalocalypse.  The Hollywood Reporter has news on Adult Swim ordering movies for The Venture Bros., Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Metalocalpyse. However, rather than debutin...
Tags: Comedy, Adult Swim, Television, Movies, Animation, Army, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Dean, Hank, Venture Bros, Dave Willis, Dethklok, Brendon Small, Metalocalypse, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer

The Venture Bros. Movie Among Trio of Adult Swim Films Announced

Following an unfortunate cancellation last year, The Venture Bros. will return in a straight-to-DVD/HBO Max feature film. It is one of three beloved Adult Swim franchises getting a continuation alongside Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Metalocalypse. Announced at Deadline today, all three cartoons will see new movies debut on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital platforms for 90 days before arriving on Adult Swim’s streaming home, HBO Max. WarnerMedia has expanded its original animated output on DVD over the yea...
Tags: Action, Comedy, Movies, TV, Adult Swim, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Hbo Max, Metalocalypse, Movie News, Streaming, The Venture Bros, TV News

Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Metalocalypse, and The Venture Bros. Are All Getting New Movies

Some of your favorite weird, unforgettable animated shows are coming back in a major way. Adult Swim just announced it’s producing feature length films based on Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Metalocalypse and The Venture Bros.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Adult Swim, Science, Television, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Dean, Hank, Dave Willis, Dethklok, Brendon Small, Metalocalypse, Showrunners, WarnerMedia, Doc Hammer, Michael Ouweleen, Creative Works

Certain ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force,’ ‘The Boondocks’ Episodes Retired Due to ‘Cultural Sensitivities’

Several episodes of Adult Swim series have been “permanently retired due to cultural sensitivities,” according to the network, including those from “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” and “The Boondocks.” The Daily Beast, which first reported the news, noted that Reddit users had pointed out “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” episode “Shake Like Me” and “The Boondocks” episode […]
Tags: News, Reddit, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Boondocks, The Shivering Truth

5 Huge Marketing Campaigns Gone Wrong (+ How To Ensure Yours Goes Right)

This article has been contributed by Tom Simpkins. Marketing campaigns are some of the best ways to get the word out about your company, a product, or even just a message. Whether you’re aiming to make your brand iconic or simply trying to make a joke out of the competition, a marketing campaign can be a powerful tool. Campaigns can go viral, become beloved, even integrate into the zeitgeist; but they can do so either in a good way or a bad way. Sometimes your marketing message can fall on deaf ...
Tags: UK, Design, London, Campaigns, Instagram, Microsoft, Australia, Boston, Russia, Advertising, Marketing, US, America, Los Angeles, Chicago, Herb

Kevin Smith Talks ‘Howard the Duck’ Animated Series Influences, Hypes Up ‘MODOK’ and ‘Hit-Monkey’ Footage

Marvel Studios surprised us all during the Television Critics Association panels by revealing an exciting new partnership with Hulu for four new animated series based on comic books. MODOK, Tigra & Dazzler, Hit-Monkey and Howard the Duck are all getting their own animated shows before joining forces with each other for a crossover series called The Offenders. That’s certainly one way for Marvel to kickstart their streaming projects again after Netflix canceled all of the shows that formed The D...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Dave, Netflix, Animation, Smith, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Jay, Marvel Studios, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Television Critics Association, Kevin-Smith, Howard, Bong, Gerber

A Potent, Little Metaphor

In the late 1980s, I wrote a musical called Attempting the Absurd, about a young man who has figured out he's only a character in a musical and doesn't actually exist, and that knowledge causes him lots of grief. Ultimately, he wins the day by producing the script for Attempting the Absurd. I recently published the script and vocal selections for the show on Amazon, and I described the show as "meta before meta was cool."But you know who did meta way before any of us? Gilbert and Sullivan.Their...
Tags: Amazon, Musicals, Australia, Theatre, Zombies, Walking Dead, Christianity, Broadway, Satire, British, Kevin Kline, George Romero, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Gilbert, Frederic, Romero

Superhero Bits: Deadpool Meets The Proposal, Nightwing Casting Rumor Debunked & More

Who is not the front runner to play Nightwing? What is the Rotten Tomatoes score for Deadpool 2? Who has been controlling Stan Lee‘s social media accounts? Have you played the Avengers: Infinity War mash-up with Fortnite before it ends tomorrow? What new characters are coming to the new season of Young Justice? What is Black Panther‘s domestic box office take now? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Deadpool gets mashed up with The Proposal, the rom-com starring Ryan Reyno...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Sandra Bullock, Josh Brolin, Batman, Deadpool, Stan-Lee, Ryan Reynolds, Rotten Tomatoes, Avengers, Arrow, Batman V Superman, Incredibles, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Stephen Amell

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Returns, Briefly, So That Carl Can Promote Deadpool 2

Much like the invincible Deadpool, you can't keep Carl Brutananadilewski down. The gruff and volatile suburbanite survived the 2015 cancellation of Aqua Teen Hunger Force after 11 seasons, with his character living on via two online Adult Swim series: Carl's Stone Cold Lock of the Century of the Week and Pregame Prognostifications from the Pigskin...
Tags: Advertising, Deadpool, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Carl, AdFreak, Carl Brutananadilewski


Facebook is using us. It is actively giving away our information. It is creating an echo chamber in the name of connection. It surfaces the divisive and destroys the real reason we began using social media in the first place – human connection. It is a cancer. I’ve begun the slow process of weaning myself off of the platform by methodically running a script that will delete my old content. And there’s a lot. There are likes and shares. There are long posts I wrote to impress my friends. There...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Apps, Messenger, Film, Social Media, Tech, Software, Facebook Messenger, Computing, Poland, The Social Network, Travis Kalanick, Rogers, Joe

Delete your account

 We love to Tweet. We love to share. It appears to be a strategy for change but it isn’t. And we have to accept that. These are strange times. We are able to reach millions with a single Medium post but each day a new post supplants the last. Today’s impassioned jeremiad – like this one – is tomorrow’s digital fish wrapper. A CEO can Tweet something noble today and… Read More
Tags: Startups, TC, Facebook, Twitter, Social Media, Software, Computing, Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Relaxing of foreign investment rules set to shake up India’s e-commerce market

 India’s e-commerce space might be about to get a shake-up after the government appeared to open the door to overseas companies owning majority stakes in domestic internet sales companies. Read More
Tags: Fundings & Exits, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, Internet, India, E-commerce, Flipkart, Aqua Teen Hunger Force

This Cube Robot Can Climb Up Little Hills Thanks To Its Springy Tongues

 Imagine you’re a squishy cube. Imagine you need to climb a hill. How do you do it? With your tongue(s), of course. Researchers at CSAIL at MIT have created a little cube robot that can propel itself around by swiping at surfaces with metal tongues. The tongues turn around an axis and stick out briefly, jettisoning the robot into space for a moment as it rolls over obstacles. While the… Read More
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Mit, Robot, The Cube, Cube, Tongue, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Csail, Little Hills

Hardware Projects (and Pranks) That Have Scared Observers

In the wake of the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed in Irving, Texas, for carrying to school an electronics project believed by a teacher to look like a bomb, Make Magazine has a timely reminder that Ahmed's project is one of many home-brew efforts that sparked (or could have sparked) extreme reactions. Make's list includes a few from tinkerers -- and pranksters -- that not only looked like bombs, but were fully intended to look that way. ("Back in 1967, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was arrested for bu...
Tags: Boston, Gawker, Ahmed, Ahmed Mohamed, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Steve Wozniak, Irving Texas