Luke Barats kills this rap like it was riding a dirt bike while collecting scorpions in the desert.
Warning: NSFW. I don't know what the Abramovic Method is, but I think it may have something to do with lying down. Or standing. Maybe sitting?
Whether you love 'em, hate 'em, or love to hate 'em, there is no denying that the Mannings don't take themselves too seriously and can be super funny when needed. Plus, Eli's perm is a thing of wonder.
Sons Of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is no secret lover of birds, so why not see what the cast might look like if portrayed by their feathered brethren.
If Episode VII is even half as cool as these dudes flipping while dressed as Jedis, I will be a happy man.
The world of skateboarding is ever evolving, and Bob Burnquist just upped the ante.
Producer Adi Shankar (Dredd, The Grey,) brings us "Truth In Journalism," a day in the life of everyone's favorite alien symbiote host, Eddie Brock. Like Shankar's Punisher short, Dirty Laundry, we get a realistic, badass interpretation of a comic book favorite. Something tells me Spidey should be shaking in his leotard right now.
No more peanut butter knuckle? Sign me up!
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Because some people want to show their affection for "the boy who lived" by showing it on their skin. Always.
Redditor EternallyXIII has come up with the MOREO (get it?), and it is quite possibly a world-dominating game changer.
As the R2D2 and C-3PO of AMC's "Breaking Bad," Badger and Skinny Pete are always dropping pearls of wisdom, you just have sift through the meth talk to get to the gold.
From toys to "Cars," monsters to bugs, Pixar has almost run the gamut on things to make come to life. Now with "Planes" coming to theaters, we have to wonder what their next move will be. Here are a few ideas that I think would make for great films.
It's Amelia Earhart Day! "Adventure is worthwhile in itself." - Amelia Earhart
AKA Please don't be these people.
In anticipation of Robin Thicke's new album release next week, here's a quick little something to tide you over 'til then.
Local CBS affiliate WLNY hosted the new R&B supergroup as they sang their new single, "I Need," and by "sang" I mean mangled. They mangled their new single.
This seems to be a timeless movie trope. (See what I did there?)