DIY optical illusions.
DIY optical illusions.
The icon of modern British politics could always be counted on to give the chaps in the media scrum a good soundbite.
It was a star-studded event as Matt Damon got his revenge.
ICYMI, #RNC2012 was off the hook. THNX CSPAN!
If you became a the leader of an entire country at the tender age of seven, you might be a little crazy, too.
Because you’re never too old to watch cartoons on your days off.
“I don’t know where to begin.” For the latest in their “Teens React to Viral Videos” series, the Fine Brothers tackled the diva beauty queen “It” girl of the moment, “Toddlers & Tiaras” star Alana “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Shannon and her mother, “Coupon Queeeeeeen” June. Here are the results.
Today’s episode of “Anderson” focused on TLC’s “Toddlers & Tiaras.” So naturally, it featured “Coupon Queen” June Shannon and her Go-Go Juice-addicted daughter, “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Alana. Heated discussions were had, mommy pageant makeovers were given, and Anderson Cooper couldn’t stop drinking the special juice (that’s gonna make him wiiiiiiin). Here’s everything you missed.
A wonderful collection of one second video clips from the first round of the Beauty of a Second short film competition.
With Andy Rooney’s passing on Friday night, the world must not forget the curmudgeon humor he brought to television and the CBS news show 60 Minutes. Rooney was best known for his wry, contentious demeanor in his T.V. essay program that he’s since been credited to pioneering. His sage wisdom and sharp wit will be remembered, especially since Youtube is a thing now. And Andy Rooney probably hated Youtube.
The internet is bountiful with nerd stimulant this day. Over 8 minutes of footage from “Green Lantern” popped up online, none of it spoilery, all of it giving a decent flavor of what the film will ultimately feel like. The final clip in particular, called “Parallax,” shows off Ryan Reynolds making some sweet-ass hard-light constructs with his power ring. *squee* Oh, and Blake Lively. View List ›
Likely exhausted from promoting I Love You, Man (which, inexplicably, is still not yet in theaters), the film’s stars Jason Segel and Paul Rudd essentially field interview questions with fart noises. Fart noises: always classic. Paul Rudd and Jason Segel: always classic. Watch Video ›