If only it was real…
If only it was real…
When a pug gets her heart broken, the world weeps.
You know the one — when Bill famously played his sax and it spawned a million GIFs? This is the best.
Some of these lifehack-slash-DIYs are simpler than others, but all of them save good things from a trip to the landfill. And no, mason jars aren’t on this list.
And it’s effing awesome.
Just in time for the apocalypse.
Now that the film finally has a trailer and a release date, it’s time to brush up on what’s going on with the remake of the 80’s hit starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Adrianne Palicki and Josh Peck. (Watch the first official trailer after the jump.)
A bun-sized Bane and Bruce reenact The Dark Knight Rises trailer.
Variety is reporting that Reynolds is in talks to star in Lionsgate-Summit’s Highlander remake. Because of course he would be.
Only if “The Munsters” were “The Real Housewives Of Transylvania”. Sadly/amazingly, that is the actual pitch used in the interview. Also available: The American “Harry Potter”.
The Hanna-Barbera karate ‘toon “Hong Kong Phooey” is coming to the big screen, and Eddie Murphy is set to voice the kung fu canine. Originally voiced by Scatman Crothers (a.k.a. Dick “How’d You Like Some Ice Cream, Doc?” Hallorann), Phooey lasted for merely three months and 16 episodes in 1974, but that obviously doesn’t hinder Hollywood execs. After all, it’s a talking dog that knows martial arts! A surefire CGI-sore waiting in the wings. (via.) View Image ›
Tim Hill, director of epic love stories such as “Hop” and “Alvin and the Chipmunks,” has landed a new gig. He will direct a reboot of John Badham’s 1986 classic “Short Circuit.” The best part? He edged out Steve Carr, director of the critically acclaimed “Paul Blart: Mall Cop.” Apparently there’s just too much talent in Hollywood these days. (via.) View Image ›
It kind of makes sense — he’s a plumber after all. In fact he should probably swear more, but the clip is only a couple minutes. Watch Video ›
Before Hollywood could make their potentially terrible remake of Footloose, 54 amateur filmmakers collaborated to recreate the classic Kevin Bacon dance flick with puppets, animation and a NSFW video game danceoff. Watch Video ›
A bunch of enthusiastic young Christians in leotards and fake mustaches remake Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” as an ode to chastity. You have to admire their pluck and choreography. Watch Video ›
Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song remade right down to the pink and green credit sequence. Watch Video ›
Zachary Oberzan adapted, filmed, and acted every part in a painstaking version of “First Blood.” The result, “Flooding With Love For The Kid,” is something amazing. Other facts: It was filmed entirely in his tiny NYC apartment; the production budget was $96; it’s a deeper, more affecting movie than the Stallone version. View Media ›
With the recent success of ABC’s V and AMC’s The Prisoner, it’s easy to imagine other networks will want to remake some classic Sc-Fi shows in time for next season. Here are 6 classic and campy Sci-Fi shows that are ready to be remade into over-produced TV dramas: View List ›
The Matrix remade as a Charlie Chaplin style turn of the century soviet silent film. The plot of the original film stands up pretty well in the silent film setting. Watch Video ›