When I first heard someone was making The LEGO Movie I wondered what on earth they’d been smoking when they conceived of such a thing. But the first trailer has landed and has me sold on the film already.
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Every two years (usually) a huge music festival is held in Glastonbury, England. It always sells out, and it always has the biggest names in music performing. And this year is no exception.
Mumford & Sons, Arctic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend, Kenny Rogers, Smashing Pumpkins, Public Enemy, and Seasick Steve are just a handful of the names appearing at Glastonbury 2013.
Whether you’re a fan of Russell Brand or not, this video clip of him appearing on Morning Joe on MSNBC is absolutely unmissable.
Brand manages to use his wit, charm, and intelligence to wrap three experienced news anchors and journalists up in knots. They don’t know how to cope with such a sharp man.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese is a pretty lethal filmmaking combination, which is why The Wolf Of Wall Street is getting a lot of attention.
This is the official trailer for the comedy-drama, and it shows much of what to expect. DiCaprio is aided and abetted by Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, and Rob Reiner, amongst others.
Anyone is capable of trolling, and it can be fun at times. Even birds have been known to troll, even if the animal they’re trolling could kill them with one swipe of the claw.
If you ever wanted proof that people rely on their looks to get along then this video is it. Miss Utah really has no idea what she’s talking about, and can hardly even get the words out.
There’s a reason EA is so hated by gamers. It just doesn’t seem to understand gamers in any way. As its E3 2013 press event demonstrated perfectly.
This video shows the highlights (or should it be lowlights) of that press event in under two minutes. But what it really highlights are the constant PR failures EA produces.
Superman: Man Of Steel is out now in movie theaters around the world. Have Zack Snyder and Chris Nolan managed to bring the ultimate A-list superhero back to the fore in the right way?
I’ve seen some strange compilation videos in my time, but this one may just be the strangest of all. It shows David Letterman asking countless drummers, “Are those your drums?“
This is the official trailer for 300: Rise Of An Empire, a true sequel to 300, which beat the odds to become a box-office smash in 2007.