There’s nothing not funny about this.
There’s nothing not funny about this.
A lot of very cute things, that’s what happens.
OK, even though it’s basically an extended ad, the concept and execution is pretty great.
This is up there with peeing in a diaper on the crazy scale.
What is wrong with you people?
Less Supermarket Sweep and more primal rage. The official video from the Alexander Wang “shopping spree” is actually quite depressing.
If you’ve got ten minutes to spare, this is quite phenomenal. It’s a new world record, by the way. No-one has ever managed to topple more than 30,000 before.
Make your motions tighter, ladies and gents!
It’s the jingle that just won’t die.
Man, he can even make the gross 1 train look classy.
Even though she’s really amazing at stunts. With Raze and Oblivion, she wants to be taken seriously as an actress too.
This is cooler than anything anyone has ever done.
Let’s hope “Craning” doesn’t become a thing. Because this is crazy.
Ross Kananga, the stunt man who ran across the crocodile backs in James Bond’s Live And Let Die, needed a few times to get it right. In some ways the most impressive part of this whole stunt is the fact that he was willing to keep going back for more.
Brave? Crazy? Suicidal? Or an unhealthy (but awesome) combination of the three?
Francesca Eastwood — daughter of Clint Eastwood and current reality star — is said to be receiving death threats after she was photographed by her boyfriend Tyler Shields destroying and burning a Birkin bag valued at over $100,000. Does she deserve the downpour of hate coming her way?
Testosterone fueled dare devil stunts. The good clean fun starts at 0:21. Remind me never to let my nephew borrow my car…. Watch Video ›
It says so right there in the email. Jake Tapper, where is your stupid Twitter when we kind-of mildly care? View Image ›
Midtown NYC is reportedly full of these strip-cycles as a promotion for some stripper TV show. Didn’t know stripper TV shows even needed stunt promotions like this but OK! View Image ›
A stunt driver lost control of his Ferrari last night while filming Nicolas Cage’s new movie The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, crashing into a Sbarro in Times Square. Two people were injured, although that doesn’t speak for the Sbarro’s employees already convinced they’re cursed for working at Sbarro’s. View Media ›
I suck for missing this the first time around, but it’s still worth watching. David Blaine’s unique brand of stupid is well met in Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Watch Video ›
Pfizer is suing a man who was caught driving through Manhattan with a big, fake missile emblazoned with the words “Viva Viagra.” Self-proclaimed “crazy redneck Jew” Arye Sachs proudly touted, “I’m not only a defendant, I’m a customer.” (No, he really did.) View Image ›
A new documentary chronicles Philippe Petit’s 1974 tightrope walk between the twin towers. The film, which won both the World Cinema Jury and Audience awards at Sundance, explains in detail how Petit managed to pull off the amazing stunt. Explaining why he was moved to perform the dangerous and illegal act, Petit responds, “When I see three oranges, I juggle; when I see two towers, I walk.” Read More ›
The infamous YouTube clip is now the basis for a movie. Little known fact: The man known to most of the world as Afro Ninja is in fact Mark Harris, a stuntman with a long list of movie credits to his name. Add one more: his film, Afro Ninja, takes the failed audition outtake as the beginning of one man’s transformation from a nobody with big hair to a true warrior. Read More ›
The stuntman/magician breaks the world record for holding his breath. He stayed underwater for 17 minutes and 4 seconds - live on Oprah - without dying! He said afterwards he developed an irregular heartbeat towards the end, but wouldn’t reveal how he pulled off the trick. Read More ›