A trailer for the 2015 film, Avengers: Age of Ultron "leaked" a little early this week.
It was supposed to hit at the beginning of next week - Tuesday, to be precise, during an episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but instead, somehow found its way to the Internet about six days early.
The folks at Marvel Entertainment took it all in stride, and blamed it all on Hydra.
Hydra's the terrorist organization for which many of the bad guys in the Marvelverse work - so why not?
Lots of candy, pumpkins and a doorbell ringing almost constantly, Halloween can be a stressful time for pets. The Denver Dumb Friends League wants to share tips to keep our furry friends safe and less stressed during Halloween.
Here are a few tips from the Dumb Friends League to keep your pets safe and ensure this Oct. 31 doesn't turn into a nightmare for you and your critters:
Keep the Halloween treats out of reach—candy, especially chocolate, can make your pet sick and can even be fatal in severe cases.
Put your pets in a separate room away from the door during peak trick-or-treating times. This will help reduce stress associated with constant visitors in strange costumes. It will also prevent them from darting outside when the door is open.
Keep your pets indoors. Pets that are out at night with trick-or-treaters might get spooked by noises and costumes, which could cause them to run away.
Always make sure your dog or cat has proper identification. If, for any reason, your pet escapes and becomes lost, a collar, ID tag and microchip can be lifesavers, increasing the chances that your pet will be returned to you.
Wires and cords from decorations should be kept out of reach, as they can become dangerous if chewed. Your pet could cut or burn himself or receive a possibly life-threatening electrical shock.
If your pet enjoys dressing up for the holiday, here are some costume safety guidelines to prevent a frightful night:
Don't restrict your pet's ability to walk and sit down comfortably.
Avoid making your pet wear a mask that covers his eyes, ears or nose.
Don't put your pet in a costume that makes it difficult to breathe. This is especially important for flat-nosed dogs such as bulldogs, pugs and Pekingese.
Always supervise your pet while in costume. Pieces of the costume, when chewed, can pose a choking hazard.
Read your pet's body language when he's wearing a costume—if he looks miserable, he probably is.
Alternatives to dressing up your pet could be a festive bandana or collar. For more information on the Dumb Friends League, visit ddfl.org or call (303) 751-5772.
At least, that's what Starbucks would have you believe.
Get ready for Chestnut Praline Latte.
The perfect beverage to wash down those holiday meals, don't you think?
It's Starbucks first holiday drink in five years, and industry experts think it's the chain's answer to the Pumpkin Spice Latte at Dunkin' Donuts.
Starbucks told the folks at Fox News that their drink is "inspired by the time-honored holiday tradition of warm roasted chestnuts… with freshly steamed milk and flavors of caramelized chestnuts and spices." You can add whipped cream and praline sprinkles, if you wish.
If you're salivating, grab a napkin or a bib. The drink won't be available nationwide until November 21.