Rogue One Weird Trailer

By now you’ve probably watched the most recent trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story several times. Thankfully, we’ll be getting a new trailer in the near future before Doctor Strange hits theaters (there’s a rumor it could come as early as this week), but in the meantime, YouTuber Aldo Jones has decided to turn that Rogue One trailer into something so weird that you have to see it to believe it.

In what has been dubbed the Rogue One Weird Trailer, the creator has inserted things like ALF, Hulk, and the Planet Express from Futurama into the film’s footage. But this isn’t just a random assortment of sci-fi mash-ups, because Aldo Jones does weird things like give Jyn Erso a bunch of extra eyes, turn a Star Destroyer into an alligator mouth, and have K-2So killing people left and right. It’s just weird. Read More »

Stranger Things Saturday Night Live Sketch

Last night, Lin-Manuel Miranda hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time (our recap is coming later today). It’s not everyday that a Broadway star is brought in to host the late night sketch comedy series, but that’s just how big Hamilton has become. In addition to all the musical jokes that were made, including plenty of rapping from Miranda, one of the standout sketches featured an outstanding parody of Stranger Things.

New cast members Mikey Day and Alex Moffat open the sketch as The Duffer Brothers, and they explain that they wanted to get a head start on answering some of the questions fans had after watching the first season of Stranger Things. One of the biggest questions revolves around one of the kid’s parents, who were noticeably absent while the kids were out during all hours of the night. Thankfully, Saturday Night Live brings those parents to life for us, and the result is thoroughly entertaining.

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Dug in real life

Pixar’s Up isn’t really “realistic” in any sense, but don’t you sometimes wish it were? Wouldn’t it be kind of nice if we lived in a world where people really could float off to South America powered by a bouquet of balloons, or befriend a 13-foot-tall, chocolate-loving bird, or have an actual conversation with a dog?

Well, the first two of those wishes might be out of reach, but Disney made that last one come true for a new digital series called Disney IRL. In the first installment, unsuspecting park-goers get to meet a real-life Dug the Talking Dog thanks to the magic of hidden cameras and the services of Up voice actor Bob Peterson. Watch their charming encounters below.  Read More »

Warcraft Honest Trailer

In a summer full of big-budget flops, one of the most interesting misfires was Warcraft. Here was a film bursting with wild ambition and earnest affection for the source material, that tried to expand the fantasy film genre beyond lazy Lord of the Rings retreads. Unfortunately, despite director Duncan Jones‘ best efforts — and Jones and his team clearly poured themselves into this project — Warcraft as a whole didn’t really work.

So naturally, Screen Junkies is here to unleash their Emmy-nominated brand of snark. The Warcraft Honest Trailer takes the film to task for delivering, essentially, “the world’s most expensive unskippable cutscene”… but hey, at least they’re willing to concede it’s a “gorgeous-looking” mess instead of a “crappy-looking” one.
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Stranger Things Steve Jean-Ralphio video

Stranger Things has given way to a great many conspiracy theories, but perhaps none more convincing than “Steve is really the father of Jean-Ralphio from Parks & Recreation.” The evidence is incontrovertible: the two guys kind of look alike, and both characters hail from Indiana, and… actually, that’s about it. Okay, so maybe it’s not all that airtight after all. But Ben Schwartz (a.k.a. Jean-Ralphio) and Joe Keery (a.k.a. Steve) are more than happy to run with it, and that’s what matters.

Earlier this week we oohed and ahhed over a bunch of snapshots of father and son being reunited thanks to The Late Late Show With James Corden, and now there’s video footage of their special encounter — including the moment they realized that, yes, they are related after all.  Read More »

Hillary Clinton on Between Two Ferns

Since we’re right in the middle of election season, we’re undoubtedly going to be seeing presidential candidates popping up everywhere leading up to November. Most appearances will be very serious in nature on various news programs, talks shows and more, but every now and then we’ll get to have some laughs at their expense too.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared on a new episode of Funny or Die’s ongoing web series Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis, and though it’s not quite as charming or funny as Barack Obama’s appearance back in 2014, there are still some really good laughs to be had here.

Watch Hillary Clinton on Between Two Ferns after the jump. Read More »

X-Men Apocalypse Bloopers - James McAvoy

When you’re dealing with the end of the world, things can get deadly serious. But as you will see on the set of X-Men: Apocalypse, even in the face of grave danger, the cast makes plenty of time to get wacky. Bloopers are always an amusing part of the filmmaking process, but when then outtakes feature characters in full superhero wardrobe, they’re just that much more entertaining.

If you ever wanted to see Oscar Isaac dance in the creaky Apocalypse suit, Michael Fassbender flirt with James McAvoy, or Jennifer Lawrence elbow someone in the face, you can see all that and more in the X-Men Apocalypse bloopers reel after the jump. Read More »

2016 Emmy Opening - Jimmy Kimmel

Last night ABC’s late night host Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 68th Annual Emmy Awards, and he made the typically long-running ceremony a little more tolerable with his quick wit. As is customary for the show’s host, Kimmel partook in a fun opening number that saw him meeting up with some familiar faces from the world of television, all of which were nominated in some form for the awards handed out throughout the night.

After the jump, watch Jimmy Kimmel do some carpool karaoke with James Corden, hitch a ride with a certain modern family, run into a a TV president and even ride a dragon in the 2016 Emmy opening. As a bonus, you can also watch Matt Damon showing up during the ceremony to mock Jimmy Kimmel for losing the Emmy he was nominated for last night. Read More »

Stranger Things - Shannon Purser as Barb

Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer were promising “justice for Barb” in season two before Netflix even got around to confirming there’d be a season two. But it looks like Jimmy Fallon beat the Duffers to the punch. In a Tonight Show parody, Barb returns to the Wheelers’ basement to give Mike, Eleven, and the rest of the gang a piece of her mind. Turns out she’s none too pleased about how things went down last season.

Watch the Jimmy Fallon Stranger Things parody below. Be warned there are MAJOR SPOILERS ahead for season one.  Read More »

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Saturday Night Live Breaking Character Supercuts - Bill Hader as Stefon

Some people wonder why Saturday Night Live is still a program that is put together in just a week when the comedy that comes from the show can be so hit or miss. For superfans of the show like myself, that’s actually one of the most exciting aspects of the show. It’s impressive to see what this talented group of people can put together in such a short amount of time, and no one makes show like this anywhere else on television.

Another fun element of the live aspect of the show is that anything can happen while it’s on the air, and that includes cast members “breaking” in the middle of a scene. Sometimes the SNL cast members just can’t help but laugh at themselves or their co-stars and they break the reality of the scene. Usually it just results in the sketch getting funnier, and the audience always loves to see it happen. Now you can relive some of the best moments of breaking from SNL with a couple supercuts spanning decades of sketches. Read More »