Harvey Keitel Performs "Call Me Maybe"

Carly Rae Jepsen traded up from that Owl City guy. If Walken can read Honey Boo Boo, we can give Keitel this much.

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In this alleged alternate ending to Yogi Bear, America’s favorite forest-dwelling picnic enthusiast is recast in the form of a troubled outlaw with a hankering for sweet, sweet death. Few things represent a more perfect blend of morbidity, humor, and the corruption of one’s childhood memories than watching cartoon characters kill each other. In this alleged alternate ending to Yogi Bear, America’s favorite forest-dwelling picnic enthusiast is recast in the form of a troubled outlaw with a hankering for sweet, sweet death. Young Boo Boo, the Robert Ford to Yogi’s Jesse James, is there to deliver Yogi unto his maker. In case you’re behind on your westerns, the clip is a parody of the acclaimed 2007 film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. And while comedia Paul Scheer is telling everyone that this is a genuine alternate ending to Yogi Bear, in reality the parody is the work of rogue animator Edmund Earle, whose name appears at the end of the clip. Bravo, Mr. Earle. Now make Tangled a story about a girl dealing with teenage pregnancy. (SlashFilm)


Nick Offerman Performs A 'Stachedance' For Movember

That headline contains two gibberish words. As we've mentioned earlier, Made Man got quite the score by getting Nick Offerman on their Movember (November-Mustache-Growing-For-Charity-Event) team, which is a bit like taking Jesus with the first pick of the Bible draft. It's a big get. Not just because he has a mustache (He does, though), but because he can cut a rug like a hairy usher. So if you haven't started, it's not too late to get on board here, and if you're already on board, grow that mustache extra hard. You're in the back nine now.


Christopher Walken's Face Though: 'Peter Pan Live!' First Look

A glimpse into Johnny Depp's future. Today we are greeted to by NBC to a first look at their upcoming musical event, Peter Pan Live! Allison Williams confuses America's penises with her portrayal of Peter Pan, while Christopher Walken's eyes can't hide a shame Johnny Depp doesn't possess as he is made to stare into a camera lens while decked out in full Captain Hook garb. Last year, NBC was pleasantly surprised when their similar production, Sound of Music Live!, unexpectedly dominated in the ratings and set social media ablaze. I anticipate that Peter Pan Live! will receive an even better response. Who wouldn't want to tweet about Christopher Walken being eaten by a crocodile? This is NBC's Sharknado.


60 Years In The Making: 'The Honeymoaners'

If only my grandma could have lived to see this. A few weeks back, I complained about the trailer for The Graduate XXX porn parody, claiming that the adult entertainment industry had officially run out of parody ideas. Well, perhaps I was a little too quick to judge, because we now have The Honeymoaners, a parody of the beloved 50's sitcom, The Honeymooners. I'm not sure a lot of 18-to-25-year-old guys (OK, let's be honest, 12-to-25-year-old guys) even know about The Honeymooners, which calls into question why anyone would parody it. But that fact aside, at least The Honeymooners lends itself to a funny name, and that's all a successful porn parody really needs! Well, that and some hot chicks, I suppose. This film even works in a porn parody of a classic 50's game show (The $69,000 question). Now that's dedication. In “The Honeymoaners,” Ralph Kramden, everybody’s favorite loveable loser, finally gets his chance to change his luck as a contestant on the television quiz show, "The $69,000 Question.” After overhearing the category of questions to test his knowledge, Ralph turns to his best friend Norton to teach him everything he knows about SEX! Together the boisterous big guy and sex-witted sidekick study their local horny hookers, slutty neighbor, and even their wild wives, Alice and Trixie. Ralph may finally hit the jackpot… or he may be left holding his own buzzer. I can't believe they didn't make a "pow, right the kisser joke," but I guess Family Guy beat them to it.


You Can Finally Watch Bill Murray's Strangest Performance In 'Nothing Lasts Forever'

Not as strange as his public persona though. For thirty years, there have been whispers about Nothing Lasts Forever, the long lost 1980's comedy starring Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray that has sat in a vault. Up until now. Directed by SNL's short film director Tom Schiller, the movie features Gremlins star Zach Galligan as a young man struggling to survive in a totalitarian retro/future New York City. MGM originally shelved the film after a test audience response of "Whaddafuh?" But that's the charm of this unique film that has amassed a cult following and has to be seen to be believed. You can watch it now on YouTube. But I wouldn't wait too long because nothing lasts forever. Especially YouTube uploads that breach copyright claims.


Flying Robots Perform The 'James Bond' Theme Song, For Realz

I don't say "for realz" often, so you know this is legit. Normally when you hear the words "flying" and "robots" you immediately think of some crappy Michael Bay movie. But today, when I mention flying robots, I'm not talking about some CGI bullshit. I'm talking about honest-to-goodness flying robots. And rather than causing death from above, as flying robots are wont to do, these little animatronic bastards are performing the theme song from the James Bond movies. What an age we live in. For this years TED 2012 conference, Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania pre-programmed the quadrotors to play the iconic song using instruments such as a a keyboard, cymbals, and a giant guitar custom made out of a couch frame. After all, its hard to play a regular guitar while you're flying through the air. Just as John Denver. Zing! What, too soon? (EW)