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Independent film Filly Brown is blowing up at the box office with its limited release, and even the trailer has gone viral. It's a story about a young artist trying to make it in the hip-hop world and help her family. RightThisMinute got to Skype with one of the actors from the film, Lou Diamond Phillips!
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Nick Barnicle celebrates Beantown with his moving tribute video to the city. His "One Boston" video is meant to give back to the community he says will forever be a part of him and his family. He hopes to raise funds with this short film to help raise money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. Watch what Barnicle calls his small contribution to help the city get back on its feet. If you want to help, visit OneFundBoston.org.
On Sunday, North Dakota KFYR reporter AJ Clemente took to Twitter with an exciting announcement, "Alright News Director and GM checking out my tape that we shot yesterday. Seeing if i am ready for anchoring.....Awkward Turtle......." Moments later, he used his 140 characters to tweet, "That couldn't have gone any worse!" And boy was he right! Not realizing that he was on air, Clemente's first words on-air were "F*ckin' Sh*t." The following day, Clemente was fired from the NBC's Bismark affiliate for his slip-of-the-tongue. The rookie reporter is taking all the fame in stride, and even using it to his advantage. He's still using Twitter, only now, it's in hopes of landing a new job, tweeting "Find #teamAJ a job."
Kudos to Kerry Low Low for their latest video ad. Check out the "Adland Gals" hired to appear in commercials for products that promise to help you lose weight. They also make sure women continue to feel bad about food so they can fit into that bikini when temperatures start to rise. Check out the video and let us know if you're sick of the clichés, too.
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For those of us who lived through the 1980s, this video sums up the decade in a nice little nutshell. National Geographic quickly reviews all the gadgets and concepts we know and love today that were all in one way or another "conceived" in the 1980s. Video games, Apple and the moonwalk are just a few gems that came out of the decade where it felt like it was morning in America.
Behold the antithesis to a spoiler alert. Coming to theaters near you...a lonely beautiful girl is single for unexplainable reasons. But she's about to meet a guy who at first she sees as only a friend, but we have a feeling that may change. Does that seem familiar? That's probably because it's the go-to recipe for any and all romantic comedies ever made, according to Pleated Jeans. We agree but that doesn't make this video any less funny. Check it out!
Sam and Anaïs were raised on different continents, but they believe that they were born a lot closer together. The similarities are uncanny, and now, with help from KickStarter, the two girls are setting out to see if they really are "Twinsters."
Australian model Jarrod Scott is not shy in front of the camera. That became very apparent during his shoot with Vogue Paris that landed him on the cover. So what's the big deal? Scott appears in his birthday suit in the magazine. Viewers were quick to point out that you can see a lot of Scott, although we're not quite sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. What do you think?
The official announcement has been made that Jimmy Fallon will take over The Tonight Show when Jay Leno retires...again in 2014. The two hosts perform their own version of "Tonight" from the musical West Side Story. We knew Jimmy could sing but get a load of Leno's soprano!
Few music icons are as poetic and insightful as Jim Morrison who fronted legendary band The Doors. Listen to one of his lost interviews. His profound thoughts on why being on the heavier side is beautiful is accompanied by a quirky animation courtesy of PBS Digital Studios' Blank on Blank. Take that, Mr. Jagger.
If you love cringe-inducing moments played out on live television then this video will be your fix! Watch Bronson Pinchot, who played Balki on the late-80s sitcom Perfect Strangers, crash the green screen during the weather forecaster's report on WPMT Fox43 in Pennsylvania. The train wreck picks up speed and the rest is what live local news nightmares are made of.
Countless people put entirely too much thought into how you can make a video go viral on the internet. Daily Grace cuts right to the core and gives it to you straight. In today's Daily Huh? video you asked her how to make a viral video and she obliges with a 50-step process that involves a lot of negative re-enforcement.
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