"X-Men: Apocalypse" star Rose Byrne chats about the ups and downs of playing a non-mutant.
The comedians name the mutants cut from the final version of "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Oscar Isaac discusses working with his longtime friend Jessica Chastain in "A Most Violent Year."
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The comedians list appropriate superhero names for a man who made his own Wolverine claws.
A religious spoken word artist from Alabama performs in a Christian-themed talent competition.
The comics make up new X-Men mutants and imagine what Satan would tweet about Fred Phelps.
The contestants, inspired by the "X-Men" trailer, put their own spins on comic book characters.
Storms force Barack Obama's speech indoors, and Rush Limbaugh unmasks the National Weather Service.
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John DiMaggio recalls meeting a fan getting a Bender tattoo while he was getting inked himself.
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NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre has a theory about Barack Obama's gun control-loosening legislation.
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