Watch the trailer for Netflix’s Arrested Development Season 4. Starring Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi and David Cross. All episodes available on Netflix only starting May 26th.
Never Nudes rejoice!
Buy Arrested Development here.
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Like the pull from a looming planet, the first trailer for director Alfonso Cuarón’s “Gravity,” starring actors George Clooney and Sandra Bullock as astronauts, will draw you in.
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Here’s the setup … reporter spots Matthew Perry at the L.A. Kings game on Friday night, hours after NBC made a huge announcement about Perry’s show, “Go On.”
Reporter decides to CONGRATULATE Perry on the announcement, LIVE on the air.
Problem is … the announcement was that NBC had CANCELLED the show (whoops!).
What ensues is nothing short of HILARITY.
“You know, the show that I was doing was really getting in the way of Kings games,” Perry deadpanned.
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Stevie Wonder nailing it.
April 29, 2013 in Books, Music, Movies & Entertainment, Cool stuff, Funny Pictures & Videos
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Prince mugs for the camera.
The team at Jimmy Kimmel Live headed to Coachella to ask concertgoers what they thought about some bands they just made up.
I hate all of these people.
Barret Oliver (The Neverending Story) Then and Now
Danny Cooksey (Diff’rent Strokes) (Terminator 2) Then and Now
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“Popular” is a 1996 song by Nada Surf and the first single from their debut album High/Low. Each of the verses in ‘”Popular” presents, in spoken word format, sarcastic advice to teens. The whole song, except for the chorus, are parts made up from the 1964 teen advice book Penny’s Guide to Teen-Age Charm and Popularity, written by television actress Gloria Winters. The excerpts are spoken in a sarcastic tone by Matthew Caws.
Buy the song here.
Wonderful video of a cat on a keyboard making the background music to a soap opera scene.