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Fit Fix: Check Out the New "Creed" Trailer

Today in tough guys fighting their way out of Philly, and all the other important stuff you need to know today.
Michael B. Jordan stars in "Creed."
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Morning, dudes. Here’s the latest in cool stuff from around the Internet on Tuesday, October 27, 2015:

New Creed Trailer: Here’s another look at Michael B. Jordan and Sly Stallone in Creed, the gritty Rocky spinoff that features Adonis Johnson (Jordan) and Rocky Balboa (Stallone) each fighting battles of their own in hardscrabble Philadelphia. Creed hits theaters November 25.

WTF, Indeed: A mysterious object from space called “WT1190F” is set to slam into the Earth about 40 miles from Sri Lanka on Nov. 13, according to Nature. It’s probably an old rocket engine, but we can’t be too sure, can we? [Nature]

Where Batman Villains Are Out in Force: Google’s creative “FrightGeist” Map tracks the most popular Halloween costumes by state. Bad-blonde Harley Quinn is no. 1 around Lima, Ohio and Hartford, Connecticut, while perennial redhead pick Poison Ivy is a favorite in Scranton, Pennsylvania and Eureka, California. (The Joker, naturally, is holding strong at #9 nationally.)

Take a Hike: REI CEO Jerry Stritzke announced Monday that the outdoor retailer’s stores will be closed on Black Friday this year, and that the store’s employees will have the day off with pay. "While the rest of the world is fighting it out in the aisles, we hope to see you in the great outdoors,” Stritzke said in an email to employees. [CBS News]

Touchdown Pass Intercepted: A drone crashed while trying to deliver a load of contraband into an Oklahoma prison, officials said. The payload: Superglue, blades, drugs, and cellphone, presumably for leveling up on Candy Crush. [KWTV]

Pinball Wizard: Cardinals running back Chris Johnson was an utterly unstoppable on Monday Night Football, bouncing off would-be tacklers en route to a perfect 26-yard touchdown run. [NFL]


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