This means (water balloon) war.
This means (water balloon) war.
For only $25,000, you can pop molly with Fareed Zakaria.
The potato project dropped from $70,000 to $44,000. But it wasn’t individual donors backing out en masse from the controversial fundraiser — Kickstarter says they cancelled three large donations that couldn’t be verified.
He’s just not sure what kind yet.
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
The Kickstarter-funded film opened this weekend with $2 million in 291 theaters. But it will need to make much more than that to break even, let alone launch a crowdfunding cinema revolution.
“Fun underwear that high-fives you for being a woman and serves as a warning to others!”
Plus 18 throwback pictures of Kanye West, the Kickstarter campaign to buy a burrito, and what meal famous chefs made to win over their future spouses.
In an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed, the actor and new mother talks about learning to love herself, Veronica Mars movie fears, and her fierce war against the pedorazzi.
If you grew up in the ’80s your inner nerd is about to pass out with excitement.
It’s like a modern-day Parent Trap.
Amulya Sanagavarapu hopes to tackle gender inequality and rape culture through feminist products and advertising.
After premiering at Sundance, the film sold to Focus Features for roughly $2.75 million, but producer Stacey Sher says the film’s crowdfunding backers won’t see that money, noting, “It was never about investment.”
Veronica Mars star Jason Dohring opens up about the show’s humble beginnings, the twist of fate that won Logan a place in Veronica’s heart, and what fans can expect from the upcoming feature film.
Featuring a 3D printing pen, lots of moving libraries, and 1,000 mini wish cranes.
Plus 33 of the most awkward Christmas cards ever, 8 Kickstarter art projects you need to fund now, and the mathematical reason we can survive the zombie apocalypse.
Yes, an Austen-themed video game. “In the virtual world of Jane Austen, it is not about kill or be killed, but invite and be invited with gossip our weapon of choice.”
“Growing up Asian American, it was hard to relate with pop culture—I watched The Simpsons and Spongebob to see yellow faces.”
Yes, albums. Coming off a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, the Brooklyn musician is releasing two new albums, starting his own label imprint, and will inevitably be unceasingly busy for the foreseeable future.
They swear that Kickstarter fits in with Rand’s anti-moochers-and-beggers creed.
For a $10,000 donation, you get to join Spike courtside at a Knicks game. For $5, you can get a tweet.
Way to make everyone else look bad, jeez.
After a user took advantage of the service to promote and publish a book promoting rape culture, Kickstarter has banned “seduction guides” and similar content. WARNING: Graphic language.
Plus Bryan Cranston’s old voiceover gig, the secret Starbucks menu revealed, and very cool vintage photos of surfers.
It’s totally possible, thanks to Kickstarter.
Plus the revenge of Hollywood’s over-40 actresses, Thor trying Prancercise, and haunting photos from the ruins of Normandy.
Actor/comedian Jon Lajoie posted a wise-ass video that knocked Veronica Mars and Zach Braff for taking money from fans. He certainly got his point across.
Plus a Kickstarter for porn, 10 of the strangest celebrity museums, and a highly functional homemade lightsaber.
Finally, you can take your favorite GIF with you anywhere.