McDonald's cuts Angus burgers from menu McDonald's is cutting the Angus burger from its menu. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company had said earlier this year that it was evaluating whether to continue selling the Angus Third Pounders, which were introduced in 2009 and are among the chain's priciest items. More
KFC to offer boneless chicken KFC wants to make it easier for people to eat chicken so it's getting rid of the bones. The fast-food chain is introducing fried boneless chicken chunks on April 14 as an alternative to its traditional breast, thigh and drumstick pieces. More
Hyundai, Kia recalling 1.9 million vehicles Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia are initiating one of their largest recalls ever – or more precisely, three separate service actions announced today that involve 1.9 million vehicles sold in the U.S. market since late 2006. More
Chrysler recalls Dodge Challengers for fire risk Chrysler has issued an unusually dire warning to some owners of its Dodge Challenger muscle car warning them to park the vehicles until it can make repairs due to a risk of fire. According to Chrysler, the wiring harness is the source of the problem due a batch of potentially mis-wired electrical components. More
McDonald's Recalls 12 Million Shrek Glasses NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- McDonald's is recalling 12 million drinking glasses featuring characters from the "Shrek" movie series because the paint used contains cadmium, which can pose health risks. The fast-food company announced the Shrek glass recall ... 06/5/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million Shrek glasses McDonald's Corp has recalled 12 million Shrek-themed drinking glasses in the United States after a federal agency warned consumers to stop using them because they contain the toxic metal cadmium. Cadmium was found in the painted design of the movie ... 06/4/2010 - 3:00 am | View Link
McDonald’s Recalls 12 Million Poisonous Shrek Cups McDonald's has been selling $2 souvenir cups celebrating Shrek Forever After. They've been popular: The fast-food chain has sold 12 million of them, and they're all laced with the toxic metal cadmium. At the urging of the Consumer Product Safety Commission ... 06/3/2010 - 11:15 pm | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million 'Shrek' glasses because of cadmium LOS ANGELES — Cadmium has been discovered in the painted design on "Shrek"-themed drinking glasses being sold nationwide at McDonald's, forcing the burger giant to recall 12 million of the cheap U.S.-made collectibles while dramatically expanding ... 06/3/2010 - 10:30 pm | View Link
McDonald's recalls 13.4 million "Shrek" drinking glasses DETROIT McDonald's Corp has recalled at least 13.4 million "Shrek"-themed drinking glasses in the United States and Canada after consumers were warned to stop using them because they contain the toxic metal cadmium. Cadmium was found in the painted design ... 06/3/2010 - 3:45 pm | View Link
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Director Gareth Edwards says he gave himself a cameo in the "Star Wars" spinoff "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." But, as with most things "Star Wars," Edwards is staying mum on what exactly that entails.
Of all the games for which sequels seem like iffy ideas, Naughty Dog‘s The Last of Us comes up on my short list. It’s there with others like Braid and Flower and Ico.
But yes, The Last of Us Part II is now officially a thing. Sony and Naughty Dog unveiled the game, presumably to follow in the original’s footsteps as a harrowing, narrative heavy action-adventure, during its PlayStation Experience event in Anaheim, Calif., this weekend.
In the 4-minute clip, we’re in a very pretty forest, then beside a tree with claw marks, then by the rusted hulk of a car.