And it’s only a minute long.
And it’s only a minute long.
A series of limericks dedicated to those majestic, beautiful creatures who keep you company in your times of drink.
How can you not root for this guy?
The Brit boy’s got a hell of a lot of soul.
In honor of the animator’s rumored retirement, The Simpsons paid tribute to his Studio Ghibli films.
An impromptu memorial started through social media drew thousands to the spot where the actor and his friend died in a car crash on Nov. 30.
Plus 10 great songs by unlikable singers, a school of journalism named after Ron Burgundy, and an ode to the late Blockbuster.
When you put it on…something happened. In the ’80s.
Nobody is going to miss Anthony Weiner more than the people who bring you cable news…and they know it. Bonus points for the using BuzzFeed’s all-time favorite Boyz II Men song.
Or best yet. Because today is the start of her 23rd year, and who knows what wonderful things she’ll bring us next. Happy birthday, J. LAW.
Conclusion: People REALLY like Ryan.
Haka war cry honors New Zealand soldier killed in Afghanistan.
I’ve waited my whole life to see this.
It goes to show how beloved she was in the Hollywood community and of course, to all her fans.
Eclectic Method recreates Jay Z’s iconic track with dialogue from dozens of films. The result is borderline ADHD insanity.
It’d still be just as violent. Animators Tom Haugomat and Bruno Mangyoku tip their hats to the Ryan Gosling indie flick.
Governor Jerry Brown has declared today (10/16/2011) Steve Jobs Day for the state of California. To commemorate, Apple is holding an invitation-only memorial at Stanford University this afternoon; for those of us who won’t make it, here’s an appropriate video tribute. “I made song using only sounds from Apple products and Steve’s 2005 Stanford commencement speech,” writes YouTuber AzRmusic. “Every instrument, including drums, has been sampled from a Mac product, tuned by ear, and replayed in the context of the song.” (via geeks.thedailywh.at) Watch Video ›
In response to last night’s announcement on the death of Steve Jobs, Apple customers and fans are dropping flowers and paying their respects at Apple stores around the globe. Turning off the Apple logo at the Hong Kong location was a nice touch. View List ›
While we wait for the second season of GoT, please enjoy this little ditty “Beards, Boobs, and Bean.” Watch Video ›
I just watched a show for little girls called “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,” and they just did Star Wars. Watch Video ›
Last night Bruce Springsteen went to a JT Bowen and The Sensational Soul Cruisers show in a small bar in Asbury Park, NJ where the late Clarence Clemons’ son Nick was the opening act. Luckily for anyone who happened to be there, The Boss had no intention of just watching. Springsteen jumped on stage and played a 45 minute set of some of his earliest songs in tribute to his friend. Thank god someone was there to record some of it. (via ology.com) Watch Video ›
Bonus material of James Franco and Anne Hathaway in which they reenact a scene from “Grease.” This never made it into the actual academy awards show. Smart move? Watch Video ›