• Stephen Colbert: By The Numbers

    After 9 years and 1,440 episodes comedic pundit Stephen Colbert will say goodbye to “The Colbert Report.” He had an incredible run with Comedy Central and CBS hopes to bring that energy and audience over to the “Late Show” when he picks up the hosting gig in 2015. New York Times pulled together interesting facts and figures related to the man who fearlessly put even the most powerful politicians and personalities in their place over the years:

  • Poll: Is Seth Rogen Worried About Getting Assassinated by North Korea?

    According to UPROXX The Interview scandal has hit an even uglier low as Seth Rogen and James Franco are genuinely unsure about what’s going to happen when The Interview is released as they have canceled all their upcoming press appearances, including a Thursday night chat with Seth Meyers. It’s a very curious situation because Rogen was recently on Colbert and at one point he seemed extremely jumpy when Colbert made a sudden movement behind the desk. Although the FBI has said there is no credible threats against the actors or theaters showing the film, the look of genuine fear in Rogen’s eyes makes us wonder if North Korea’s death threats could be real. Are they really worried that North Korea would try to assassinate them disguised as an interview team? That would be incredibly meta, but let’s leave it up to a poll.

  • Broments: The 14 Most Bro Moments That Broke The Internet In 2014

    Urban Dictionary defines a “Broment” as a special moment between two dudes or when a bro does something notable or extraordinary. We went through the internet archives and pulled the absolute best brotable broments, bro. This year was filled with more dude-centric heartfelt moments than words that can phonetically change  to include ‘bro’. Bro-netics. It’s not every day a retired quarterback decides to put his body through more pain and suffering after 20 years of getting thrown to the ground by 300-pound linemen or when a certain playboy celebrity dumps his model girlfriend, to party with 20 women in Miami. All these moments, no matter how cliché bro, define what it means to be one. Here are this year’s best “Broments”. 45-year-old gun slinger, Brett Favre placed third at the Golf Shores Triathlon in Alabama. Busted Coverage — When a random man named “Zack ‘Danger’ Brown” asked for $10 to make potato salad on KickStarter.  Then raised $55,000 for the project. Kickstarter — Lance Stephenson literally tried to get in Lebron James’ head during last season’s NBA playoffs. Stephenson has gotten weirder ever since. — Jeff Gordon said he wanted to do more than talk. Brad Keselowski said he’d rather “have enemies in NASCAR than have more »

  • 30 Movies That Turn 20 Years Old In 2015

    1995 was an amazing year in Hollywood. It was the year that Adam Sandler, Will Smith, Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, and Chris Farley became box office stars and the Toy Story franchise got it’s start, just to name a few highlights. Let’s take a look back at a great year in film history.

  • The 55 Most Powerful Photos of 2014

    2014 has been a year of incredible highs and lows. One theme that holds true through all the big news events is there were photographers on hand to capture the emotion as it unfolded, no matter how chaotic. More photos were taken in 2014 than at any other point in history so we did our best to weed through them all to pull together this list of the most powerful photos that defined 2014. If you feel that we missed anything please drop links in the comment section so we can make additions. Also, check out The 80 Most Powerful Photos of 2013 to see what went down last year.

  • A Sea of Fog Filled The Grand Canyon In “Once A Decade” Cloud Inversion [Photos]

    A “once a decade” total cloud inversion took place in the Grand Canyon last week when the huge void with filled with what looked like rolling white fog. The cloud inversion, which happens when cool damp air is trapped in the canyon by warm air is extremely rare. The Grand Canyon management team posted a fascinating timelaspe video showing how it all went down. To give you some perspective of how huge the Grand Canyon is take a look at this photo of what Manhattan would look like if it was inside the Grand Canyon: Photos of the cloud inversion:

  • 30 Women Who Will Dominate 2015

    Each year around this time we publish our annual 30 Women Who Will Dominate and it always seems to be one of the most popular RSVLTS stories of the year. Looking back on our previous lists (2013 and 2014) we must admit, the list was totally spot on, introducing you to current superstars like Nina Agdal, Melanie Iglesias,  Behati Prinsloo, Hannah Davis, Emily Ratajkowski, who more than a year after our 2013 list went out starred in the music video for Blurred Lines and was named woman of the year by both Esquire and GQ. Long story short, our annual list of 30 Women Who Will Dominate does a great job of predicting the new crop of beautiful women who are looking to steal the spotlight from Kate Upton, Nina Agdal, Candice Swanepoel and the other superstars featured almost everyday on your favorite websites. For the past few months we’ve been monitoring the web for women who are poised to have a breakout year in 2014. These are the future stars of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue, Victoria’s Secret, Beach Bunny and the Hot 100 lists that we’ve come to know and love. Without further adieu here is our break out stars for 2015. Share this story with your friends: Tweet  

  • 10 Mouthwatering Cheeseburgers Inspired by 10 American Cities

    The Cheese and Burger Society was created by Wisconsin’s milk marketing board to pay tribute to the state’s unbelievable line-up for cheeses. If you’ve never had authentic Wisconsin cheese curds you haven’t lived. In addition to all things cheese the society created a website called cheeseandburger.com that features mouthwatering burger recipes from across the U.S. of A. So far 40 burgers have been profiled, which you can view here, and we’ve narrowed the list down to 10 that are inspired by American cities.

  • 10 Types Of 30-Year-Old Single Guys. Which One Are You?

    Find me a group of 30-year-old men and I’ll pick out one overgrown frat dude living with roommates, another guy who just dropped his two kids off at school, a few who are well into their careers and a couple soul-searchers looking for work. Some will tell you that they’ve finally figured it all out and some more will say they feel hopeless for the first time in their lives. It’s a motley crew. But perhaps the motliest part of this crowd is the ever-growing group of 30-year-old single guys. If you want a case study in humanity, 30-year-old single guys have pretty much all the bases covered. Let’s examine some of the common types:

  • 12 Breakout Stars of the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

    The 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show has been trending all over the web the last couple days and while everyone is focusing on the undeniable Candice Swanepoel stun fest that took place in London there were also several new Victoria’s Secret models who made their debut. Candice, Doutzen, Alessandra and the go-to stars won’t be around forever so these are the future Angels everyone will be talking about.

  • The 50 Most Popular Videos On The Web In 2014

    It’s been a great year on the web and as RSVLTS Yearbook 2014 rolls on today we take a look at the year in viral videos. We searched the “hubs” of the internet to pull their top video posts of the year into a preliminary list. These hubs include reddit, Digg, BuzzFeed, YouTube’s “Popular on YouTube” page. This preliminary list has specific criteria, official music videos and movies trailers were not included and all the videos must have been uploaded in 2014. Over 200 videos was reviewed by our editors who ranked them according to what we thought dominated the web in 2014. Let’s start with number 50…

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