Why anyone would want to get rid of the world’s cat is beyond me, but freddiew‘s world is a dark place when the likes of Wiggles, the president of the United Sates, order a mass kitty genocide. It’s up to a group of kids to save the last cat on Earth. It’s not as easy as you think as military dogs packing some serious heat as they try to track down the precious cat. It’s life or death for these kids who probably spent too much time on the internet before the dogs took over.
But where, oh, where is the rest of the Internet crowd? You’d think we would’ve banded together by now to save every cat we can, or at least buy enough peanut butter to distract the dogs.
I’ve never been a big fan of the Harlem Shake because: 1) Flailing around isn’t even close to what the Harlem Shake is and 2) the concept is pretty gosh darn stupid.
But after trying to watch a bunch of different Harlem Shake videos, I finally came across one that I approve of 100 %. In fact, I just think everyone should stop trying after seeing this one.
This might as well be the very last Harlem Shake ever made, but unfortunately for a small minority of us, this trend is probably not going away for another two weeks.
Cats are easily entertained, but this may just the best cat toy in existence. Repetitive and completely INTERACTIVE, this kitty would be the perfect spokesman for this toy…or whatever it is.
(FYI, things get ultra epic 25 seconds into the video!!)
The group recently posted their cover of “Titanium” by David Guetta ft. Sia. Their rendition is moody and mysterious, blending beautifully with their outdoor setting.
The video was filmed in Bryce Canyon National Park, however the guys considered copper mines, steel mills, and industry factories before that. We’re glad that ThePianoGuys went with the national park for this epic and visually stimulating video.
Watch it here:
I’m in awe of everything Bryan Cranston does. From playing the lovable father on Malcolm in the Middle to the badass Walter White on Breaking Bad, this man can literally become anything when he’s in front of the camera. So what better way to conclude the first half of Breaking Bad’s fifth season than with a lovely tribute to the show’s protagonist? Like Aaron Paul’s character exclaims, Bryan Cranston really is such “a goddamn artist!”
As a person who grew up reading Harry Potter, I’m still in denial the series is over. But when I snap back to reality and realize that J.K Rowling is probably never going to write another novel relating to Harry Potter, I begin to reread the series and rewatch all the films in a row. But of course, if you don’t have as much time as me, perhaps this 13 minute tribute will just be epic enough for you to relive the series. But I’ll have to warn you. Tears might be inevitable.
With the Olympic games in process, what better way to celebrate than getting involved in something along those lines, with improve? Over 4000 people downloaded a MP3 track and pressed play at the exact same time on Governors Island in NYC, leaving all unsuspecting bystanders watching in awe.
The participants listened to a narrator’s voice on the MP3, which consisted of different tasks they must follow. They were also told to bring certain props beforehand to make the whole thing look extremely effective. They did everything from dropping to the ground, move in slow motion, a giant ghost walk (that turned into superhero capes) and participating in an epic water gun fight.
I might just have to add something like this to my bucket list!
Words cannot explain how amazed I am by the trailer for Cloud Atlas.
Brought to you by the Matrix trilogy’s Andy and Lana Wachowski and Run Lola Run’s Tom Tykwer, this film is an adaptation of David Mitchell’s 2004 novel of the same name.
Featuring a talented cast of Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent and Hugh Grant, the film is an exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future. To make things sound more complicated, the film is a kaleidoscopic tale where each cast member plays multiple roles. Split into six stories, the film interweaves its characters’ storylines in an epic tale featuring science-fiction elements while focusing on themes such as love, life and the interconnected nature of existence.
If you’re still confused by the plot of this film, perhaps the gorgeous trailer will make you think otherwise. Set to release on October 26, I particularly love how it doesn’t reveal too much despite its lengthy trailer that lasts a little less than six minutes.
What do you think? I don’t want to start hyping the film, but I won’t be surprised if it gets nominated for a couple of Oscars.
As one guy make an epic failure of a dive, it’s almost as if the onlooker predicted it all along.
Set to the the theme of 20th Century Fox, the witness in the background would much rather chill like a boss while his friend slips over a puddle of water and ultimately makes a painful entrance into the water.
But while I hope the “diver” suffered only minor injuries during this unfortunate accident, this video is possibly even better set to the “20th Century Fox” theme played on a recorder.
I have no idea what’s going on during this gameshow but this guy has a pretty epic laugh.
Unable to control his giggles, what comes out has got to be the strangest laugh I’ve ever heard!
Chair Entertainment- a subsidiary of Epic games and Microsoft Corp- had released their smash hit SHADOW COMPLEX and now news has reached us that the title not only garnered critical acclaim but now is the best selling single player Xbox Live title to date. With 200,000 purchases in its first week things are off to a stellar start for this new exciting IP on Xbox Live.
Kudos to you Chair Entertainment!
Go ahead and try out the demo and buy this instant classic!