Downside: It leaves you with 27 minutes to kill.
Despite box office returns, not all science fiction needs giant CGI budget robots junk punching each other in outer space or enough explosions to empty a few third world mines…
The greatest video you’ll ever see while watching this video.
Mashups! They’re two things…COMBINED!
He makes Teddy look like Zac Efron.
Not all web series suck.
We get sick of reporting on sequels sometimes, so here’s this.
I don’t want to give it away, but someone is someone else’s father, and this kid just can’t believe it.
Sure Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis can give us some pointers when it comes having friends with benefits, but, like the rest of us civilians we’re pretty sure that dating a marine is a mystery to them.
Nothing says “I’m gonna cut you” like a Youtube tribute video…
That Leonardo DICaprio sure is an intense actor, isn’t he? Try watching his most intense moments back to back to back and tell us that he doesn’t look a wee bit ridiculous trapped in that big glass case of emotion he acts inside of.
At some point last year Ridley Scott and Kevin McDonald got together and were all like “Dude, let’s do something epic.” The result is a film called Life In a Day.
Have you always wanted to co-direct a movie with Ridley Scott but have been prevented from doing so by your crippling fear of 30 Odd Foot of Grunts guitarist Russell Crowe? Good news. Scott and State of Play director Kevin MacDonald are partnering with YouTube and Sundance to give everyday sacks like you the chance at finding your inner filmmaker.The documentary will be called Life In a Day, and feature video entries from DIY filmmakers around the world. The only real guideline is that you need to shoot and submit your footage on July 24th, 2010. Everyone whose footage is selected will receive a co-director credit in what is surely to be the longest opening credits sequence ever. This idea has actually sparked the imagination of several directors. In fact, Uwe Boll's firsthand experience with Epic Fails has him in talks to direct Break: The Movie (Ed. Note: Lie), and Brett Ratner is spending a lot of time on ChatRoulette. A frightening amount of time actually. (THR)