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Movie studios love taking advantage of a built-in audience. Whether it's from a popular books series or a Saturday morning cartoon or even a toy that has no practical use, Hollywood chooses to bet on what they know. That's why 90's pop culture icon Wil Wheaton decided to spoof the movie-making machine with a look at a trailer for a movie that is basically about your childhood. How could you forget Creepy Crawlers?
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Zach Braff had a special message for one of his biggest fans. The star of "Scrubs" and "Wish You Were Here" took a few seconds to make that person's day.
Science solves a lot of our problems, so why can't it help us find the perfect mate? Well, according to James Yeager and attorney Dana McLendon, it can! Dana and James use the Hot Crazy Matrix to evaluate female companions. From the "No Go Zone" to the "Wife Zone" to "Unicorns," the map lays it all out for us. Poor Tiffany...
A couple months ago, we revealed that you could be in the new Star Wars movie. Director J.J. Abrams has announced that the contest is still open and will support UNICEF. Also, the reveal of this vehicle is pretty cool, too.
The Dudesons love taking risks, but this prank may have gone too far. The Finland-based group decided to light one of their members, Jarno, on fire while he was sleeping. Eventually, the blanket Jarno was using was completely engulfed in flames. This caused the victim to freak out and chase his comrades out of a building and into the streets.
Dancing to a sample of MC Hammer's "2 Legit 2 Quit," these guys really let loose! You might recognize Gabriel Valenciano from his other "Super Selfie" videos, and this one also features The Manoeuvres, an award winning all-male dance group from the Philippines.
Warning: This video contain explicit language. Artists all start somewhere and Grammy-winning rapper and pop culture icon Kanye West's start wasn't all that glamorous. This is West performing at Fat Beats in 1996. It was way before he released the audio magic of "All Falls Down," "Jesus Walks" and "Through the Wire." Still, you can definitely see his style starting to develop into what it has become.
During Tim McGraw's performance of "Truck Yeah" in Atlanta last week, one fan went in for a grab of McGraw and got 'swatted' by the country crooner. In the video you can see the woman grab on to McGraw's jeans and tug. McGraw responds by pushing her head away from him before she's promptly removed by security. A representative for the singer says, "He instinctively swatted to try and keep them from ripping his jeans (which they succeeded at doing), and so he could get to more fans who were trying to slap hands with him before the end of the show. He didn't know who had grabbed him and was trying to keep his pants from being torn." We got it Tim, look, don't touch.
Apparently Kristen Stewart is most emotive when dressed up as a guy. Actresses Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson join K-Stew in matching track suits and mustaches while lip syncing and pretending to play the accompanying instruments for Jenny Lewis's new music video "Just One of the Guys" off her upcoming album, The Voyager. Larson can't seem to keep her eyes off of the unusually playful Stewart, while the whole thing even brings a tear to Hathaway's eye.