Just in case you weren’t up for watching This Is The End, starring everyone who’s been in a Judd Apatow movie, here are two clips featuring everyone’s favourite witch, Emma Watson.
Watson finds the gang at James Franco’s house where they begin to throw out theories of what’s actually happening in the outside world? Is it a zombie invasion? Is it the impending apocalypse? Who knows!
We might find out once This Is The End hits theatres June 12.
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If you want to know how to wash your cat with fleas, you can look no further than this video. Of course in all honesty, I’m being completely sarcastic.
This cat looks like it’s in absolute pain as its owner Dave Webster calmly washes him/her. I’m actually surprised Webster lasted this long. The cat was pretty much saying, “NOOOOO!” the whole time.
Somehow after seeing this video, I don’t think this made for good human/pet bonding time.
Details of comedy music group The Lonely Island’s next album The Wack Album have finally surfaced and it’s starting to look like a who’s who of music. But first up is the music video for their next big hit, “Spring Break Anthem.”
Disguised within a new episode of Between Two Ferns, the boys of The Lonely Island (Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone and Andy Samberg) get a little help from the show’s host, Zach Galifianakis, and his guest, James Franco, with a surprise appearance from actor Ed Norton.
While I would’ve been absolutely content with Between Two Ferns as Galifianakis sends out zingers like, “I don’t consider what you did at the Oscars hosting the Oscars,” this is much better. The guys all end up marrying each other because that’s the logical thing to do right in the middle of spring break (got to get all the crazy out of your system before settling down, right?).
On the music side, super heavy weights Justin Timberlake, Solange, Lady Gaga, Pharrell Williams, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and T-Pain are set to appear on the upcoming The Wack Album. “YOLO” featuring Adam Levine and Kendrick Lamar (which previously premiered on Saturday Night Live) will also be included in their new effort. The Wack Album is set to drop June 11.
While you won’t see Seth Rogen on tour any time soon, the comedian joined the Backstreet Boys on stage for a performance of ”Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”.
This was all part of the second annual Hilarity for Charity bash, which supports and raises funds for the Alzheimer’s Association.
At the event, Rogen revealed that his director pal Judd Apatow had promised to match up to $15, 000 in donations from the evening.
In an email to Rogen, Apatow said, “If you don’t donate, I will keep my money and spend it on private jets and Botox for my children. (Daughter) Maude has a wrinkle between her eyes I would like to smooth out, and Iris has some crow’s feet that look terrible on 10 year olds.”
To which Rogen joked, “He’s had a lot to drink, so I hope this is legally binding.”
That being said, I think Rogen should reconsider adding something new to his already successful career as a comedian/actor. Just look at those moves! He belongs in the Backstreet Boys!
Drake may have “Started from the Bottom,” but Jon Lajoie “Started as a Baby,” so take that Drizzy!
The Canadian comedian uses his rap skills to share the hardships he had to endure when he started as a baby. It really is hard out there for a baby and it’s about time someone gave them a voice in order to share their stories with the world because, as he states so poetically, ” if you never were a baby than you wouldn’t understand.”
While I’m a huge fan of rom-coms, this video by Jeff Wysaski (a.k.a. pleatedjeans) nails every rom-com trope out there (right down to Colin Firth!). It’s not to say you should stop watching them all together but the best rom-coms have either used these tropes to their advantage or try to avoid them a la 500 Days of Summer.
For those non-believers out there, I suggest reading Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) or watching her show The Mindy Project as she breaks down her favourite movie-genre.
This week Nick (and the rest of the group) has to deal with Nick’s father’s passing. The gang road trips it to Chicago for the funeral and Jess gets to meet the fam.
WARNING: Do not go into this episode thinking the entire thing will be cupcakes and rainbows and a shirtless half hour of Ryan Gosling. Sh*t got a little real this episode. There was more emotion this week than we’re used to seeing from the series, but the writers hit the nail on the head with the balance of appropriate humour and comedic relief. It wasn’t an episode to challenge the likes of Grey’s Anatomy or anything, but let’s just say my roommate and I caught each other sniffling. Here are a few things from this week:
1. “Nick’s just mad because that balloon beat his punk ass”
Jess brings home a bunch of helium balloons from a guy giving them away out of his van. Classic Jess. Also- this is all I want my life to be. Just sitting around, huffing helium all day, ‘err day, the rest of my life. I know, I’m an overachiever. Try and tell me that’s not the most fun ever. I dare you.
2. Winston Gets Cheated
Winston gets an A+. As per usual, I felt like Winston got a little cheated this episode. I feel like Winston repeatedly gets cheated. He’s primarily being used to cap off a punch line or give the joke that little extra dash of emotion or expression to send it over the edge of hilarity. He knows how to play it and he does it well. I really want an episode to be centered around Winston. Why? Because of reasons, that’s why. That and it would probably be my favourite episode ever.
2. “IT’S CALLED PAP!”
NICK KROLL GUEST STARS?! WHAT?! WHAT!!! YES. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE MAKE HIM RECURRING. I can’t even. All my emotions.
2. “I really feel transported to the ghetto.”
I think this should be mandatory at all funerals? P.S Mamma miller can break it down.
2. Nick and Jess are meant to be
Nick and Jess are going to end up getting married. It’s going to happen. I don’t know how I feel about this upon further reflection, but we’ll see.
If you’re going to follow anyone on Vine these days, make sure its former MADtv star Will Sasso.
Sasso is obviously a funny man and is probably one of the few people who can use Vine to their full advantage. I mean, have you seen Vine Peek? Nine out of ten videos are bored teenagers filming themselves in the cafeteria (we already know what bad cafeteria food looks like so please, get off my internet).
Anyways, Sasso has an ongoing lemon sight gag that only he could make enjoyable. Thankfully, some genius put them all together for our amusement.
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First former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, now the Disney princesses, it looks like everyone is getting wild during spring break.
College Humor took the liberty of spoofing the much talked about Spring Breakers movie with all our favourite Disney princesses. Not everything is all “Happy Ever After” for Jasmine, Ariel, Cinderella and Snow White as they rob stepmothers, get crunk with a cornrowed Genie and shoot some magical wands off into the air. The girls get so wild that Mickey Mouse would probably chose to shoot himself rather than watch.
“It means no worries for the rest of your days, y’all,” the Genie says.
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Just when you thought Tina Fey called it quits with Sarah Palin, she brings back her impression of the former governor for our enjoyment.
Fey has been asked numerous times to do her famous impression of the politician but has said no. She even shot down the opportunity during this year’s Golden Globes saying that it was gone. It took an appearance on Inside the Actor Studio and its host James Lipton to get her to go back into the mindset of Sarah Palin.
As usual, Fey killed it. She satirized the conservative view on same sex marriage and gun control, and even doled out a little fashion advice concerning Palin’s famous ‘do (“Well, I’m a fan of the bump-it.”).
Tina Fey, you are my hero.
Good try, girls! Really, I do mean it. While some of you didn’t really put any effort into it, I do appreciate those who tried to capture Schwarzenegger’s gravitas and manliness. Brava!
I’ve heard that Russians are good at holding their liquor but I’ve never heard that they have a knack for instilling fear in people.
Comedian Dan Soder thinks that Russians are scary, so scary that he would rather stay lost than ask for directions. Hilariously enough, Soder’s fear has brought him a new revelation: If he’s ever in a sticky situation, he’ll pretend to be Russian to scare people off. This is a fool proof plan, because everyone is afraid of Russians…right?
Maybe not. I’m not sure pretending to be Russian will prevent you from getting mugged or roughed up, but maybe it will work for Soder. He does have the Russian accent down pat.
My favourite part of this act is when he tries to explain how the whole scenario would play out if two guys came up to him and he pretended to be Russian to avoid conflict:
“Yo man, you know what neighbourhood your in?”
(Cue spot on Russian accent)”You think this bad neighbourhood?”
I think his next stand up act should just be him speaking in a Russian accent. I could see it now. ”I am funny… yes?”
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I want to be able to say that Community is getting better—but it isn’t. The only thing keeping me tuning in is the hope that, hey, we’re only four episodes in. There’s plenty of time to turn the season around. That and the fact that show is clearly fighting with everything they have to survive. While the actors and writers are still trying their best, it’s just not working. Usually Danny Pudi or Donald Glover will have lines or a scene that will stand out and save the show for me, but even this week their efforts (and there were a few hilarious moments! – “It’s like a Darren Aronofsky film…”) couldn’t revive this episode.
If you didn’t catch it, here are the five things that happened this week:
1. They’re baaaaack. The Germans, that is.
Remember way back to season two when Jeff and Shirley battle royal-ed for the rights to the foosball table? Yeah. Those guys. The lackluster antagonists return this week to attempt to steal the study room. The best part about this? All the German puns at the writers’ disposal. The bad? They didn’t even bring back Nick Kroll! He was the best one! Although well done to his replacement for the manic evil laughter during history class.
In a Hogan’s Hero-style ruse attempt, the group foils the German’s by planning a fake Oktoberfest on campus. It was entertaining for multiple reasons as it referenced a number of German stereotypes. The best part of the scene, though, is when one of the Germans blatantly motorboats a couple of the 99 red balloons in the background. Oh yeah, that happened. It’s right after Jeff says “Ruse? No Ruse!” at 13:08 minutes in. Check it.
3. “It turns out, we’re the Germans.” Read more…
This week’s episode did not disappoint on any level. Nick and Schmidt celebrated their ten-year anniversary (their tinaversary) and decided to celebrate by throwing a huge party with an interesting theme. The self-proclaimed Bert and Ernie have been roommates since college and when they shared the milestone with their friends, things got real.
Here are five things that went down this week:
1. He liked it, so he put a ring on it.
Cece’s engaged! Shivrang popped the question, Cece said yes, and it all went down right in front of Schmidt. In true Schmidt fashion he walked off, heartbroken, to later tell Nick he thought he was “going to be the one to bang her for the rest of her life.” I think Nick speaks for everyone when he replied. “We all did, man.” Fear not though, Schmece fans (did that work? Can we make this catch on? It’s a lot more difficult to Branjelina names like that, alright?)! A date for their upcoming nuptials hasn’t been set and the season isn’t over yet.
2. Winston’s cock-blocking.
“I don’t have game, and I can take away game.” Winston tries his best to keep Jess from getting to Jax McTavish (Steve Howey of Shameless and Reba), safety for the San Francisco 49ers, but to no avail. It’s hilarious to watch him try though! Jax shoots himself in the foot though with a couple of absolutely hilarious meltdowns and inappropriately premature proclamations of love. Hearing Jax wailing in the background when Cece and Jess were talking? I can’t even. Well done, sir. Well done.
3. Moustachioed Nick and fat Schmidt. Read more…
These past few years have belonged to Rebel Wilson’s growing film career, and we are just going along for the ride. Over the past few years Wilson has had us peeing ourself laughing in Bridemaids, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Struck By Lightning, and obviously Pitch Perfect.
I feel like Fat Amy is this year’s icon. I haven’t seen a movie this gif-able, as frequently blogged about and as casually quoted since Mean Girl because let’s be honest, we all have some Amy in us. If Rebel Wilson was here, I am sure she would have make a dirty joke about that previous statement.
I hope Rebel Wilson’s career lasts a very long time because I can’t help but smile when she’s on the screen. She is the epitome of a scene stealer. The greatest thing about her is her improv. Most of the time, we weren’t always laughing at the writers’ beloved jokes. We were instead laughing at her own comedic genius. For example, while Chris Colfer DID write the lines, “Bitch fork” and “Bite me, hobbit,” he did not write the hilarious “we will spread that shit like nutella” in Struck By Lightning. The movie was brilliant as is, but Wilson brought a little darkness to the small comedy.
Sorry Lena Dunham, but I think Rebel Wilson is the voice of this generation. I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t think Rebel Wilson is the most hysterical person to grace Young Hollywood. It’s because of her that people watch Pitch Perfect on a constant basis.
My favourite thing about Rebel Wilson is how she is funny on- and off-screen. There is nothing not to love about this woman, and her co-stars have only great things to say about her. I have made the official decision that she and I need to be best friends… So Rebel, if you ever read this, fly me over to L.A. and we should get a few drinks together. Sounds good?
See Rebel Wilson’s greatest moments below
Pitch Perfect: “Fat Amy”
Saturday Night Live hasn’t really had its fair share of quality TV moments this season. While they’ve managed to rope in some fabulous guests this year (Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lawrence, Adam Levin), the skits have erred a little on the boring side. Thankfully, Justin Timberlake must promote his return to music (yay!) and that means a return to NBC’s beloved comedy show.
While we may not appreciate his acting the way he would like us to, Timberlake is actually a great comedy actor. He has a great sense of timing, he’s always down for a good laugh, and most importantly, (potential hosts take note) he’s a team player.
For a refresher, here’s are just some of Timberlake’s best moments on SNL:
1. Dick in a Box
2. Singles Ladies
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It’s a wonder why people like to do things last minute (hell, even I do it)! But there’s something about a massive snowstorm that just gets people off their rockers.
So next time a snowstorm’s about to hit, make a mental note for yourself and STOCK UP before sh*t gets REAL. Because if you were caught in the snowmageddon yesterday and weren’t able to get to school or work, you might have caused an embarrassing scene like this man.
Proving just how witty she is again, Tina Fey opens up about what she really thinks about Twitter.
Telling viewers why she doesn’t have an account herself, she admits that everyone should have a license to use the social networking site because some people are just “so f*cking boring that they should shut up.”
I agree Tina. Which is why I consistently don’t understand why random people continue to follow me and expect me to follow them back. Like do I really need to know what you’re eating? I have no idea who you are!!!!
But in all honesty, Tina should totally get a Twitter as she would make the social networking site less boring. She’s a QUEEN.
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Looks like “Never Say Never” will truly be Justin Bieber’s motto for life.
According to TVGuide, ABC is once again developing a sitcom that would be based on the teen superstar’s life. The single-camera comedy was originally set up at the network last year, but is being revived and still under consideration for next season.
Along with manager Scooter Braun, Bieber will serve as the executive producer for the show. So far, the project is untitled but plans to center around Bieber’s life before he got famous and focus on the future pop star’s awkward teenage years and his unorthodox family.
But those who are worried about the show shouldn’t fret too much as writers Matt Wilpert and Ben Nedivi are working to develop the script. Having previously written for the successful HBO show “Entourage”, it appears the sitcom could have a lot of potential.
Who’s excited? I KNOW WE ARE!!
If we could accurately describe our feelings it would be a mix between this….
And this, because we are just so proud of our boy.
The Sh*t _______ Says meme was SOOO five months ago. But seeing that Lana Del Rey has become some sort of an icon for her hauntingly-catchy music and unique persona, this video by YouTuber Charlie Hides is actually kind of hilarious.
Although gorgeous and talented, you can’t deny that Lana Del Rey has inspired quite a few jokes. From the infamous names like Llama Del Rey to Mana Del Rey, the Indie pop singer has often remained somewhat of an enigma–an enigma that often says weird things that people will never quite understand completely.
And because this is completely necessary…