Here's how to make an awesome version of a famous music video: do everything with kids! Also, this version of the Beastie Boys' "Sabotage" makes me feel older than ever.
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This weather girl clearly doesn't understand what to wear when appearing on the green screen. Either that, or, it could be that Telemundo's famous standards for hot newsbabes has taken a dramatic plunge.
Besides a sudden dramatic weight gain, Ericka's now sporting a pino.
Not to be outdone by that now-famous Dubstep Cat, this bass-dropping bow-wow would lay down and roll over some seizure-inducing electronic beats of his own.
While he has yet to select an appropriate DJ name, he is hitting the clubs hard, billed simply as "Dubdog" and uses a set of turntables that look like fire hydrants.
It seems that the object of one of the more bizarre insults has finally been found.
Yet, just as comedian, Louis C.K. famously pondered, it's still not quite evident as to WHAT this is or HOW one would work it.
There's no better way to liven up a dull drop-off routine to school than with a car ride tradition that the movie, Wayne's World made famous.
Sure, it might evoke recent memories of drunken police detainees, but it beats the hell out of "Wheels on the Bus" or "Jimmy Crack Corn."
A brand new trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation has hit, highlighting the sequel's explosive, ninja-riffic, more old-school, fan-friendly approach to the film franchise.
Channing Tatum returns as chisel-jawed leading man, Duke, but he may be taking a backseat in the alpha male department to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's heavy-machine-gun-toting Roadblock. Also, the sagely, grizzled, Joe Colton played by Bruce Willis won't sit back and let them hog the testosterone spotlight, either.
Now, instead of running through the streets of Paris in "Accelerator Suits," they're running from their own government after the evil organization, Cobra has infiltrated the White House, making the Joe team public enemy number one in the world.
Check out the trailer below.
Just a few short weeks before the big-screen remake of the famed Gothic soap opera, Dark Shadows was set to hit theaters, the original show's star, Jonathan Frid has passed away at the age of 87 due to natural causes.
Originating the role of the "sometimes good, sometimes evil" vampire, Barnabas Collins, Frid played the role on the show from 1967-1971 in what was originally supposed to be a short stint for the character. His popularity, however, would soon skyrocket, making Barnabas into not only the show's signature character, but one of popular culture's most famous non-sparkly vampires.
Warning: Lyrics With Bad Language.
Not too long after the now-famous Tupac holographic performance from beyond the grave, this well-done (albeit inevitable) Photoshop of Luke finding the Tupac hologram in Star Wars quickly came about. Well, here it is (in a move equally as inevitable,) now brought to life.
Sure, while seemingly approaching its twilight, the music industry may have found a way to bring back its deader, better artists from the past with use of technology. However, we can also rest assured that Tupac placed vital information to its survival in the memory systems of this R2 unit. -- Namely 10 more posthumous albums.
The trailer for Total Recall is here!
While April Fool's Day may have been the Internet's platform for lots of trolling, it would also see the (very real) debut of the action/sci-fi remake's first full preview.
Expanding on what we saw in last week's teaser footage, this trailer drives home the point that, while we won't be going back to the Red Planet, there's plenty of futuristic action to be had on Earth with flying cars, the trashing of hapless guards, and perhaps best of all, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel beating the crap out of each other.
Check out the trailer below!