The Daily Heat Index: Here's What Deadpool Did on Halloween

Plus, Verne Troyer channels his inner 'Drake' and we watch a man fly.
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Plus, Verne Troyer channels his inner 'Drake' and we watch a man fly.
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Here's a daily dose of what's heating up the internet:

Deadpool Would Be a Terrible Parent

"How many of you have taken a human life?" That's the first thing Ryan Reynolds (dressed as 'Merc with the Mouth') asks a group of little kids dressed in X-Men garb for this year's Halloween festivities. The quick video encompasses the character's demeanor perfectly and gives a solid preview before Deadpool hits theaters this coming February. The crimson anti-hero approaches each kid, taunts and verbally abuses each of them, all while trying to prepare the mini-superheroes before they hit the streets to fight crime. Too bad those kids have no idea how lucky they are.





Troyer Knows When That 'Hotline Bling'



The music video for

Drake’s 'Hotline Bling'

has been the one of the best things to ever happen to the internet, and Verne Troyer decided to join the movement by parodying Drizzy’s sweet moves. If the legendary Mini-Me decided to challenge the rapper to a Bling-off, we already know the outcome. 


Verne Troyer HOTLINE BLING

Your move Drake #HotLineBling

Posted by Verne J Troyer on Tuesday, November 3, 2015



Fly Like an Eagle

Andy Stumpf is a “Man on a Mission” who has put his life on the line to break the world record to raise one million dollars for the Navy SEAL Foundation that supports the families of fallen SEALs and help support the efforts of the charity.  Yesterday, we announced that Andy broke the current World Record (announcement released on November 2nd) with 18.257 miles absolute distance traveled in a wing suit. Check out a preview of Andy’s training with the help of Skullcandy’s Human Potential Labs: