Watch Now: 3 New Star Trek Beyond TV Spots Released

Star Trek TOS Operations Deluxe T Shirt
Star Trek TOS Operations Deluxe T Shirt

Star Trek Beyond,” the highly anticipated next installment in the globally popular Star Trek franchise, created by Gene Roddenberry and reintroduced by J.J. Abrams in 2009, returns with director Justin Lin (“The Fast and the Furious” franchise) at the helm of this epic voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her intrepid crew. In “Beyond,” the Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a mysterious new enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test.

Star Trek Beyond is coming to theaters July 22, 2016.

Weekend Box Office Chart for June 24th to June 26th

Finding Dory Just Swim Tank Top Juniors T-Shirt
Finding Dory Just Swim Tank Top Juniors T-Shirt

Finding Dory (94% on Rotten Tomatoes) drowned out the ehhh sequel Independence Day: Resurgence (33% on Rotten Tomatoes) to take the top spot this past weekend.

1. Finding Dory $73.2 Total: $286.5
2. Independence Day: Resurgence $41.6 Total: $41.6
3. Central Intelligence $18.3 Total: $69.3
4. The Shallows $16.7 Total: $16.7
5. Free State of Jones $7.7 Total: $7.7
6. The Conjuring 2 $7.7 Total: $86.9
7. Now You See Me 2 $5.6 Total: $52.0
8. X-Men: Apocalypse $2.4 Total: $151.1
9. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $2.4 Total: $77.1
10. Alice Through the Looking Glass $2.1 Total: $74.5

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Doctor Strange Plots Released By Marvel

We got plots! With teasers coming out at the San Diego Comic Con, Marvel has seen fit to lay out the plot summaries for everybody to digest ahead of time.

Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Dr Strange Meets Death T-Shirt Sheer
Dr Strange Meets Death T-Shirt Sheer
Guardians of the Galaxy Simple Line Up T-Shirt
Guardians of the Galaxy Simple Line Up T-Shirt

Set to the backdrop of ‘Awesome Mixtape #2,’ Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team’s adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill’s true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes’ aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand.

Doctor Strange

Dr Strange Meets Death T-Shirt Sheer
Dr Strange Meets Death T-Shirt Sheer

Marvel’s Doctor Strange follows the story of the talented neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a tragic car accident, must put ego aside and learn the secrets of a hidden world of mysticism and alternate dimensions. Based in New York City’s Greenwich Village, Doctor Strange must act as an intermediary between the real world and what lies beyond, utilizing a vast array of metaphysical abilities and artifacts to protect the Marvel cinematic universe.

The Fifty Greatest T-Shirts Ever Worn in The Movies. Ever.

How right he was. If, for example, you were to see a naked physics professor walking down the street, spouting hitherto undiscovered formulae of Nobel importance, most likely all you would remember of the encounter was how gross he or she looked naked.

Nakedness aside, it is important to recognize this fact: Movies change us; change how we perceive the world, and what we identify as right or cool or funny. So, what better way is there to pay homage to the actors and actresses that have influenced the world than by wearing the clothes they wore while they did it?

We can’t think of anything better – so go forth and influence the world in your own right, while wearing the clothes of those who have influenced you. We promise it’s not nearly as weird as it sounds.

Take a look at the top 50 best movie tees of all time.(Drum roll, please…)

Black Sabbath

The Movie: Iron Man

Worn By: Tony Stark

Has he lost his mind? Can he see or is
he blind? We’re not sure, but we do so
appreciate Marvel’s nod to the band.

Mickey Mouse

The Movie: The Outsiders

Worn By: Two-Bit Matthews

Nothing says “greaser” quite like a
deep love for Disney.

I Hate Reboots

The Movie: Kick-Ass 2

Worn By: Dave Lizewski

It’s a very fair sentiment. Unfortunately, thanks to the movie’s atrocious performance in theaters, we’re unlikely to ever see any more Kick-Ass. If we do, this shirt will be an interesting blend: 2 parts irony, 1 part hypocrisy.

Born To Be Bad

The Movie: Twins

Worn By: Julius Benedict

This shirt might be a little lacking without Arnold’s enormous body to fill it out, but it’s a chance we’re willing to take. It’s just too cool to pass up.

Color Combs

The Movie: Hot Tub Time Machine

Worn By: Nick Webber

We’re talking bold, primary- and secondary-colored combs. If you happen to be cruising through the 1980s sometime next week, be sure to snag one of these tees. You’ll make all your friends jealous in 30 plus years.

Plumtree

The Movie: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Worn By: Scott Pilgrim

It was actually the band Plumtree’s song Scott Pilgrim that inspired the comic series from which the movie was later based. We’re coming full circle here, and we like it.

UCSC Banana Slugs

The Movie: Pulp Fiction

Worn By: Vincent Vega

A banana slug for a mascot is exactly the type of thing you might expect Tarantino to concoct, but it’s actually the real mascot for the University of California, Santa Cruz (Don’t believe us? Click here for proof).

I @#%! on the First Date

The Movie: The Fatties (by means of Tropic Thunder)

Worn By: Jeff Portnoy

The Fatties trailer was a hilarious illustration of why celebrity-led comedies are so terrible. So why wouldn’t you want to wear a T-shirt that embodies poor comedic taste?

Armadillo Love Fest

The Movie: The Fatties (by means of Tropic Thunder)

Worn By: Jeff Portnoy

The Fatties trailer was a hilarious illustration of why celebrity-led comedies are so terrible. So why wouldn’t you want to wear a T-shirt that embodies poor comedic taste?

Moustache Rides

The Movie: Mask

Worn By: Gar

So, you may get a few dirty looks, not to mention some disapproving stares, but so what? This shirt is a classic, and if you can’t grow a moustache, draw one on; this is a shirt that wants to be worn.

Colt 45

The Movie: Fast Times at Ridgemont High

Worn By: Jeff Spicoli

Colt 45 is named after a football player (#45 Jerry Hill of the Baltimore Colts), and not the gun. Now you’ve got an icebreaker wherever you go. No need to thank us.

Muddy Smiley Facelt 45

The Movie: Forrest Gump

Worn By: Forrest Gump

Directors Robert Zemeckis and James Isaac had a lot of fun messing around with history. Honestly, how could Forrest not have had a hand in the creation of the iconic Smiley Face?

Killer

The Movie: Slap Shot

Worn By: Dave “Killer” Carlson

Directors Robert Zemeckis and James Isaac had a lot of fun messing around with history. Honestly, how could Forrest not have had a hand in the creation of the iconic Smiley Face?

Vince

The Movie: The Color of Money

Worn By: Vincent Lauria

Wearing a T-shirt with your own name on it is a bold move – a very bold move, indeed. It might even mean you’re bold enough to take on Paul Newman at his own game.

Trees Growing from Head

The Movie: The Hangover

Worn By: Alan

Not just anybody could pull off the trees-sprouting-from-head t-shirt look. It takes a special sort of person; the kind of person whose soul runs with the wolf pack.

Dance Your Ass Off

The Movie: Footloose

Worn By: Ariel Moore

We think this is a shirt that not only captures the essence of the movie, but captures the essence of the human condition.

Big Fun

The Movie: Heathers

Worn By: Martha Dumptruck

Outcasts have more fun, and nothing says outcast quite like a soiled “Big Fun” tee. We recommend you purchase one and try it out.

Summer Games 1984

The Movie: Repo Man

Worn By: Oly (Tom Finnegan)

We love vintage shirts, and, lucky for you, smog never goes out of style. Fun Fact: The same shirt also appeared in the film Real Genius.

Shark Eating Cat

The Movie: Pineapple Express

Worn By: Saul Silver

For those of you who enjoy looking at pictures of cats hanging on for dear life from tree branches, consider instead looking at a picture of a cat being eaten by a shark. Except on a t-shirt, not the internet.

Bull Sh*t

The Movie: The Jerk

Worn By: Billy

This shirt is likely one of the first Hollywood sight-gag tee-shirts to be used, as well as one of those moments where Hollywood unequivocally got it right. After all, there is something near poetic about seeing a child walk around with the words bull s**t on his chest like a man.

High on Stress

The Movie: Revenge of the Nerds

Worn By: Booger

Alas, if only that were possible. People might have actually enjoyed middle school.

Strategic Scientific Reserve

The Movie: Captain America

Worn By: Steve Rogers

The Strategic Scientific Reserve is made up of the best minds in the free world. There are, however, no qualifications to wear the t-shirt.

Guns Don’t Kill People I Kill People

The Movie: Happy Gilmore

Worn By: Mr. Larson

Looking for a pleasant way to break the ice? Or maybe you’re looking to meet that special someone? Boy, have we got the shirt for you!

Gimme’ Head Till I’m Dead

The Movie: Stripes

Worn By: Elmo Blum Stripes

While it’s not technically a t-shirt, we’re hoping that you think Elmo’s sweatshirt is cool enough

Death Before Disco

The Movie: Revenge of the Nerds

Worn By: Booger

Another Revenge of the Nerds classic, this shirt may not have inspired the name of a band like the other tee on our list (no. 30), but we still think it’s worth wearing.

Stephen King Rules

The Movie: The Monster Squad

Worn By: Sean Crenshaw

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. The man does, in fact, rule. So say it loud, and wear it proud.

One in the Oven

The Movie: Police Academy (1984)

Worn By: Carey Mahoney

What can we say? It’s a funny shirt (really only on men, though. Sorry, ladies).

Airbrushed Boobs

The Movie: Running Scared

Worn By: Ray Hughes and Danny Costanzo

This movie may have faded into the annals of time, but these shirts definitely have not. If you chicken out, you can always say that it was tie-dye gone wrong.

Arnold Is Numero Uno

The Movie: Running Scared

Worn By: Ray Hughes and Danny Costanzo

This movie may have faded into the annals of time, but these shirts definitely have not. If you chicken out, you can always say that it was tie-dye gone wrong.

Now I Have a Machine Gun Ho-Ho-Ho

The Movie: Die Hard

Worn By: Tony

Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh equipped with semi-automatic weapons. We know it, you know it, Santa definitely knows it. So spread some quality holiday cheer this Christmas season.

Mumford Phys. Ed. Dept.

The Movie: Beverly Hills Cop

Worn By: Axel Foley

A bit of trivia: Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is an alumnus of Mumford High School. You could be, too, for all that anyone knows.

Win “Rocky” Win

The Movie: Beverly Hills Cop

Worn By: Axel Foley

A bit of trivia: Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is an alumnus of Mumford High School. You could be, too, for all that anyone knows.

Peace Through Superior Firepower

The Movie: Aliens

Worn By: Ricco Frost

Sounds like our kind of foreign policy. If that doesn’t sell it for you, James Cameron wore one of these t-shirts behind the scenes.

Superman

The Movie: The Goonies

Worn By: Sloth

There’s nothing quite as impressive as the superhuman powers of Kal-El. Just wear this under your work clothes as an insurance policy, and, once you rip off your work shirt, everyone will know what kind of power you’re packing.

Plain Green Tee

The Movie: One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

Worn By: R.P. McMurphy

A bit of an understated design, we feel that this plain green t-shirt is nonetheless taken to extraordinary heights by the man who wears it. The pack of cigarettes rolled into the sleeve doesn’t hurt the coolness factor, either.

Kaoru Betto

The Movie: The Big Lebowski

Worn By: The Dude

The Dude abides with style, and so should you. Not only is this shirt cool, but it’s given the Japanese baseball player Kaoru Betto new life.

Sh*t Happens When You Party Naked

The Movie: Bad Santa

Worn By: Thurman Merman

An important maxim we would be foolish to forget.

Star of David Superman

The Movie: Funny People

Worn By: Ira Wright

As mentioned earlier, there’s nothing quite as impressive as the superhuman powers of Kal-El. That is, until he met the Torah.

I Got Wood

The Movie: Shaun of the Dead

Worn By: Ed

It’s exactly the kind of thing you’d expect someone like Ed to wear. Originally planned to be a more shocking t-shirt for the movie, the directors opted for I Got Wood, instead. Good call.

Gayby

The Movie: Brüno

Worn By: Gayby

Sasha Baron Cohen is a pretty outrageous dude, but this tee might have him beat. In any case, you’ve got to appreciate this cringe-worthy sight-gag.

Green Skeleton Shirt

The Movie: This Is Spinal Tap

Worn By: Nigel Tufnel

This double-sided shirt makes putting it on the right way easy, even if you’re in a drug and/or alcohol induced haze. Perfect for rock n’ rollers and stoned fans alike.

Catwoman’s Cat Shirt

The Movie: Batman Returns

Worn By: Selina Kyle

When you think “Catwoman,’ very likely tight black leather comes to mind. However, Selina Kyle’s cat shirt is important to the narrative, as well as terrible in all the right ways. We give it a big thumbs-up. Meow.

Grotesque Mikey Mouse

The Movie: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Worn By: The Hitchhiker

If Two-Bit Matthews had seen this, he might have been uncharacteristically silent, but, as far as we know, he hasn’t, and we think this is just an awesome freaking shirt.

College

The Movie: Animal House

Worn By: Bluto

This is an incredibly iconic tee. Subtle, yet brilliant – and no banana slugs in sight (see no. 44).

What Are You Looking at Dicknose

The Movie: Animal House

Worn By: Bluto

This is an incredibly iconic tee. Subtle, yet brilliant – and no banana slugs in sight (see no. 44).

Jack Burton’s Tank Top

The Movie: Big Trouble in Little China

Worn By: Jack Burton

You’ve got to love Kurt Russell, and you’ve got to love the Fu Manchu. Kurt + Fu + tank top = Enough said.

Why Waltz When You Can Rock & Roll

The Movie: The Lost Boys

Worn By: Edgar Frog

A great question. Why would anyone waltz, ever? We can only ponder that existential question.

Don’t Hassle Me I’m Local

The Movie: What About Bob?

Worn By: Bob Wiley

Bill Murray may be the greatest man to ever walk the earth, and this loud, obnoxious t-shirt was once draped across his proud body. Why do you not own this already?

Vote for Pedro

The Movie: Napoleon Dynamite

Worn By: Napoleon

Oh, Napoleon, how you have changed the face of comedy. For that, we will be ever grateful. We will always, always vote for Pedro.

Plain White

The Movie: A Streetcar Named Desire

Worn By: Stanley Kowalski

In Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, Marlon Brando forever changed what it means to be a man. That plain, white tee became something so, so much more.

Weekend Box Office Chart for the weekend of June 17th to June 19th

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You want crazy, Warcrafts worldwide draw is $379,310,199!!! Domestic is just $39,331,140. That means 10.4% of the cash Warcraft made is domestic and 89.6% is worldwide…. that’s simply insane.

1. Finding Dory $136.1 Total: $136.1
2. Central Intelligence $34.5 Total: $34.5
3. The Conjuring 2 $15.5 Total: $71.7
4. Now You See Me 2 $9.6 Total: $41.3
5. Warcraft $6.5 Total: $39.7
6. X-Men: Apocalypse $5.2/$146.0
7. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $5.2 Total: $71.9
8. Me Before You $4.1 Total: $46.3
9. Alice Through the Looking Glass $3.6 Total: $69.3
10. Captain America: Civil War $2.2 Total: $401.2

Weekend Box Office Chart for June 10th to June 12th

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Not as good as the first Conjuring, but oh man, Conjuring 2 is still a really great ghost story and will scare the hell out of most.

1. The Conjuring 2 $40.3 Total: $40.3
2. Warcraft $24.3 Total:$24.3
3. Now You See Me 2 $23.0 Total:$23.0
4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $14.8 Total:$61.0
5. X-Men: Apocalypse $10.0 Total:$136.3
6. Me Before You $9.2 Total:$36.8
7. The Angry Birds Movie $6.7 Total:$98.1
8. Alice Through the Looking Glass $5.5 Total:$62.4
9. Captain America: Civil War $4.3 Total:$396.8
10. The Jungle Book $2.7 Total:$352.6

Weekend Box Office Chart for June 3rd to June 5th

Ninja Turtles Heroes Logo 3/4 Raglan T-Shirt Sheer
Ninja Turtles Heroes Logo 3/4 Raglan T-Shirt Sheer

Here we go! It’s the lean, green, ninja team
On the scene, cool teens doing ninja things
So extreme, out the sewers like laser beams
Get rocked with the shell-shocked pizza kings

1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $35.2 Total: $35.2
2. X-Men: Apocalypse $22.3 Total: $116.4
3. Me Before You $18.2 Total: $18.2
4. Alice Through the Looking Glass $10.6 Total: $50.7
5. The Angry Birds Movie $9.7 Total: $86.6
6. Captain America: Civil War $7.5 Total: $388.9
7. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $4.7 Total: $48.5
8. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping $4.6 Total: $4.6
9. The Jungle Book $4.2 Total: $347.4
10. The Nice Guys $3.5 Total: $29.1