This may come as a bit of a shock to you, but some folks are not too fond of the Transformers movies. For those of you who dislike the movies, prepare to have them destroy some more of the fond movie memories you might have.
In a new video, some of your favorite movies—including Speed, Little Miss Sunshine, Jerry Maguire, Forrest Gump, The Wolf of Wall Street, Titanic, and more—are rudely interrupted by the devastating destruction of the Autobots and Decepticons.
One of the running jokes in Mike Judge’s cult classic comedy Office Space comes at the expense of the unfortunately named character Michael Bolton (played by David Herman).
Now Michael Bolton—the real Michael Bolton—has helped to recreate some of the scenes from Office Space with himself now playing the character Michael Bolton. Indeed, this is something you’d think would have happened many years ago, but hey, better late than never.
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By now you’ve likely heard of or seen the video that stormed the ‘net recently claiming to show a real working Back to the Future II hoverboard. Everyone wanted to believe it was a real thing, but the general consensus was that the video was almost certainly fake. Not long after, it was discovered that Funny or Die was apparently behind it all.
Now Funny or Die has admitted to the prank, and is apologizing for such a cruel, cruel hoax. They’ve released a new video with BTTF star Christopher Lloyd, who appeared in the prank video and even got a little emotional toward the end to help try to sell it, talking about the deception. He also reveals a way that one person will be able to win a replica hoverboard that was signed by the celebrities who took part in the prank.
Cartoon Network’s late night Adult Swim line-up is one of the precious few reasons I still bother having a cable box in my home these days. Within their nightly live-action and animated programming block can be found some of the funniest and imaginative writing and performances to ever be seen on television, along with reruns of Family Guy and American Dad.
The network shrewdly combines more accessible fare like Robot Chicken, Childrens Hospital, and NTSF:SD:SUV with boldly bizarre, short-lived experiments (they really should bring back The Heart, She Holler) to maintain their healthy fanbase and serve as a wonderland of creative freedom. They show no signs of letting up any time soon, and in fact Cartoon Network just released a list of new shows and pilots they have in development for Adult Swim in the coming year.