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The Internet allows you to get in touch with anyone in the world. This is the case for aspiring actor Ross Gosla. He badly wants to be in the new Star Wars trilogy, directed by J.J. Abrams. To do that, he has turned to the web to show off his acting skills. To learn more about his quest to be a Jedi, we spoke to Ross.
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How cool is this? These kids will definitely have an awesome story to tell for the rest of their lives. Watch Andrew Garfield, the Amazing Spiderman himself, take a break from filming the sequel to play a little basketball with a couple of local kids in Chinatown. You also catch a glimpse of his on-screen and real-life girlfriend Emma Stone walking with a dog.
Kameron Torres began with a short documentary about Donald "Shortstack" Oliver, a homeless man that turned his life around and became the groundskeeper at a local cemetery. Now, Kameron is trying to expand the documentary to include the life stories of others like Donald who have also been given a second chance. Check out the KickStarter page for more info and to donate to the project!
Architecture student and longboarder Zack McCabe in Buffalo, NY made a pretty sweet, Batman themed, custom skate deck for himself. Check out the entire process in time-lapse!
Okay, this video does not have a shirtless Leonardo DiCaprio, so I'm not going to go as far as saying it's "better" than the original. But, it does have cats. And not just cats, Aristocats.
First came "The Bachelor," then came "The Bachelorette," and now... "The Baby Bachelor." Starring late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel's adorable nephew Wesley, "The Baby Bachelor" pits tiny Divas from 26-38 months (and one random 316-month-old) against each other, vying for the love of the mini-Kimmel. Who will get a Dinosaur, and who will be sent home? ... I really hope Kimmel and his crew keep this series going. Watch episode two here.
Mostly everyone knows who Charles Ramsey, Sweet Brown and Kai the hatchet-wielding homeless hitchhiker is by now. If you don't - our Daily Huh? video will catch you right up. Check out this awesome mashup of the most outlandish and hilarious sound bites in recent local news memory edited together to create what Guyism calls "the perfect eyewitness." We predict you'll want to share this video.
P Diddy has a very special announcement about his little-seen character on the megahit PBS series Downton Abbey. Most of us know and love the main players on the television show but we bet you haven't seen much (or any) of Lord Wolcott. Watch this very special sneak preview courtesy of Funny or Die. If you weren't hooked before - you will be now.
Well, that's one way to get into an exclusive party! In his latest video, French prankster Gonzague successfully attempts what he's dubbed the "Bodyguard Challenge." Proving it's all about confidence, all Gozague had to say was "I'm here for protection" and he was hustled into a VIP party held by Cannes Film Festival, alongside mega-star Gwenyth Paltrow and her crew of bodyguards. See the hosts' reaction.
It's not just Star Trek the Musical, it's Star Trek the Musical as performed by very talented middle schoolers, and it's awesome. Thanks Rhett and Link for conveniently having all of our problems solved (except poor red-shirted security guard's demise, of course).
Thursday will be the series finale of Emmy Award winning NBC comedy- "The Office," after nine successful seasons. In an emotional farewell message, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson and others offer tears and thanks.
The amount of time and effort put into this must have been off the charts. The folks at Bricktease recreated the opening scene of Casino Royale shot-for-shot using Legos. When looking at the side-by-side camparison, you can see how much detail they put into it.
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