Australian morning show anchor Karl Stefanovic strikes again.
The Today show host known for his bad puns, awkward interview with the Dalai Lama and making dirty jokes on air, Stefanovic pulls a prank on his colleague Roz Kelly. he was most likely channeling the movie Anchorman as he added an extra line in Kelly’s sports segment script. He somehow managed to put “how good are the [hash] cookies there” at the end of her soccer results report which Kelly obviously just had to read.
“See I read everything on the auto-queue. It’s like Anchorman,” she joked after the incident just as Stefanovic and his co-host lose it. She later followed it up with, “”Karl, you’ve won the battle. The war has just begun, though.”
Karl and Roz, I hope you both know the whole world will be waiting to see how your on-air rivalry unfolds. Make it count!
It’s always a challenge for reporters doing live hits from the street because there’s always those bumbling idiots nearby looking for their own 15 seconds of fame. But when something as terrible and tragic as the last week’s Boston Bombings happens, there’s no time for tom foolery.
Just check out this Fox News reporter who expertly blocks two girls from trying to kiss him as he tries to report on the Boston Bombings. He was even nice enough to say “please don’t do that” as he shoves them out of the shot. Needless to say, I don’t feel bad for the two girls being shoved off camera. Not only was the reporter just trying to do his job, he was also report on something very serious.
Don’t mess with the news team. They might get Anchorman on your ass and bring a trident to the party.
Crowd sourcing has become an efficient means fund a number of different projects — be it medical bills, video games or a Veronica Mars movie. Now you and your friends can pitch in to make a favourite t-shirt design into a reality with TeePublic.
Launched by Josh Abramson (co-founder of College Humor and Vimeo), TeePublic is making it easier for graphic designers to finally see their designs on a t-shirt. The way it works is anyone can upload their designs and if 30 people in a month (that’s one person a day) agrees to buy your shirt, the company will put it into production and with every shirt sold, $5 per shirt goes back to the designer.
Considering just how creative the internet gets (have you seen the sloth photos?), here are just some of our favourite shirts so far on TeePublic:
1. Best Buds by CorwinWebb
2. STAY CLASSY by jordansoliz
3. RASCAL by Keddie
By Gabriella Zicarelli
If there’s anything we love more than a great movie it’s the obligatory sequel that follows. And in the coming months there will be loads of them! Here are 11 sequels that we’re excited to see this year.
Anchorman: The Legend Continues
Unprofessional and inappropriate — these are just a couple words that can be used to describe Ron Burgundy and his team at the Channel 4 nightly news. I think it’s fair to say we’ve been looking forward to an Anchorman sequel since it was released in 2004. Anchorman: The Legend Continues will bring back Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd, Christina Applegate and just announced to join the cast…Drum roll… is the hilarious Kristin Wiig. We have to wait until Dec. 20 for this one so ’til then, re-watch Ron personally announcing the sequels’ release on Conan (above).
Thor: The Dark World
Let’s be honest, when it comes to Thor you don’t have to be a Marvel Comics fan, am I right ladies? Australian hottie, Chris Hemsworth made his action hero debut when he donned his Thor costume and hammer in the first instalment, which became a huge blockbuster and career starter for him. In The Dark World, Thor sets out to battle a dark race of elves being led by Malekith, who is threatening to plunge the universe into darkness following what happened in The Avengers. The Dark World is set for a Nov. 8 release, but above is a little teaser from Marvel.
Superman: Man of Steel Read more…
Ron Burgundy had a lot of
devastating helpful advice for Conan O’Brien last night. After announcing his arrival by impressively playing the flute “with the cats,” Will Ferrell he advised the late night host to fire his hairstylists, makeup artist and “gay wardrobe man,” and to go under the knife to fix his mess of a face.
“You look like someone put a bright red fright wig on a skeleton and chucked it out of a helicopter,” he said gravely. “I’m being kind right now.”
Luckily that wasn’t the only thing the douchey anchorman came in for. He also announced that he will be starring in Anchorman 2, slated for a 2013 release.
I’m glad Burgundy managed to sort that out with Paramount pictures as he needs an outlet to inflate his ego — the guy has no confidence. Burgundy marked his departure with another wicked flute solo on his way out, proving that he’s pretty much great at everything.
Here in Canada we have this little thing called Movember. For the month of November, men let their mustaches grow while raising money for prostate cancer research. Not only does this help conquer a leading cause of death among men, this also allows them to look absolutely ridiculous (and, at times, sexy) for a whole month straight!
We’d love to see stars like Zac Efron, Justin Bieber, Taylor Lautner- hell, even Kanye West – partake in this festivity. These guys are already gorgeous and could rock any ‘tache of their choice. Below are some examples of famous dudes throughout time that did a good job at maintaining their upper lip. Boys, take note!
Charlie Chaplin rocked the toothbrush ‘stache in the early 1900s. Then some one else totally ruined it…
If Tom Selleck a.k.a. Magnum PI were to ever shave his ‘stache it’ll be the equivalant of walking down the street in the nude.
Hulk Hogan proves you don’t have to be a porn star to rock the porn ‘stache.
Ned Flanders has been sporting a thick ‘stache on The Simpsons since 1990. Oh indeedily doodily!
Parks & Recreation‘s Ron Swanson sports the real-life version of the Ned Flanders mustache. Thick, full of body, and golden brown.
Mr. Potato Head had the option of mustache on or mustache off. For Movember we’re sure he’d keep it on at all times.
We were really lacking in the ginger ‘stache department until Yosemite Sam showed up. Way to take one for the team!
Director John Waters takes a cue from Little Richard and rocks the creepy thin strip.
Star Wars‘ Lando demonstrates mustaches can be for all races.
We love the Anchorman ’stache as much as Ron Burgundy loves scotch. Scotchy, scotch scotch…
Lee Van Cleef made mustaches cool-looking in Western movies. Go ask your parents what a Western is!
These are just a few we wanted to share in case you’re planning on participating in Movember. Remember: it’s for a good cause and you can look incredibly stupid but get away with it. Ready, set, MO!
Will Ferrell broke the bad news that “Anchorman 2″ is unlikely to ever happen. Ferrell told Entertainment Weekly that the studio is not loving the idea, despite the enthusiasm of the cast.
“Well, you know, yeah, it’s a little peculiar,” Ferrell, 43, told EW. “On the one hand, [we were] being begged to do a sequel for such a long time, and then we finally came up with a concept that we liked, we talked to all the guys, and everyone was up for it. And then to get the reaction we got, yeah, it’s slightly puzzling to us. But you know what? It’s also their money. They get to do or not do whatever they want. So we’ll see. We’re still going back and forth. Maybe there is a solution. Or, I know in talking to [co-writer/director Adam McKay], if it never happens, then it never happens. And that’s fine, too. So we’ll just see.”
No doubt “Anchorman” was funny, but do you think it really needs a sequel? Is there really anything to build on?
Did anyone even know a sequel was a possibility?
Regardless, perezhilton.com reports that a Zoolander sequel has been axed by Paramount Pictures. Turns out the studio does not want to fund the film, and apparently it’s not just Derek Zoolander that is not feeling the love.
Ben Stiller, the Blue Steel man himself, took to his Twitter account to break the news, tweeting: “Ron Burgundy and Derek Zoolander looking to appear in sequels. Both men destitute, without means or intellect to fund their own comebacks.”
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m more saddened by the refusal to fund a second Anchorman. Afternoon delight!