Phil Hughes gets an emotional send off, the dinosaurs return, and the Minions never cease to amuse
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke gives Phillip Hughes a fitting eulogy when the 25-year-old cricketer was laid to rest last week. Fighting back tears, Clarke talks about the touching moments when greats like Sachin TenAdulkar and Brian Lara paid tributes, while fans across the globe came together to remember the younger cricketer. Equally commending players and the sport, he goes on to praise the fighting spirit of the late Hughes, a lesson to all the world over.
The park is open
It’s been over two decades since the original Jurassic Park was released and now, 13 years after the third installment (and a disappointing one), the Jurassic World trailer has got fans excited. Just about six months away from release, the dinosaur-filled world is not only a blast from the past, but also takes the entire concept to a whole new level. Chris Pratt leads the parade of actors in what looks like a homage to the whole series. Released only last week, the trailer already has 43,399,366 hits.
The entertaining Minions from Despicable Me are back for a rendition of Christmas carols to set you in the festive mood. Bundled up in mufflers and snow hats, the yellow Minions are meant to be in the North Pole and begin singing a mellow, almost boring tune. But Santa Minion skids into action and leads them all into singing Jingle Bells — in Minionese of course. Look out for their festive formation to conclude the performance!
— Aakanksha Devi