Morning, dudes. Here's the latest cool stuff from around the Internet on this Thursday, October 15, 2015:
"Die Hard 6": Director Len Wiseman is in talks to helm the upcoming "Die Hard" sequel, Deadline Hollywood reported. The story is described as a "Year One" approach, which will show the origin story of hero cop John McClane—so Bruce Willis will narrate the story, and a different actor will presumably play a younger McClane. [Deadline Hollywood]
Shark Conservation With Yao Ming: The former Houston Rockets star is working with the conservation nonprofit WildAid to combat shark hunting for fin soup, considered a delicacy in his native China. [Upworthy]
When Size Doesn't Matter: Despite what you might have learned from Pinky and the Brain, the size of your brain isn't too correlated with intelligence, according to an academic review from the University of Vienna. So what actually counts? The structure of your brain. [Science Alert]
Ace On the Mound: Royals pitcher Johnny Cueto retired 19 batters in a row Wednesday night, as Kansas City defeated the Houston Astros to clinch an ALCS spot. [MLB.com]
And There Was Much Rejoicing: In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Terry Gilliam released a 14-minute clip of lost animations from the movie.