The 2012 edition of the Teen Choice Awards was last night. We all know how pumped you were to watch that broadcast. Emphasis on the BROAD, of which there were many. But, the night's winner had to be Step Up Revolution's Kathryn McCormick who was ballsy enough to show off some chest.
Even the most diehard of fanboys must be sick of all the 'Dark Knight' teasers and promos flooding their respective Batcaves. Just when you think you've hit your limit, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' reaches into its utility belt and pulls out this ridiculous re-dub of the 'Dark Knight Rises' trailer voiced by everyone's favorite playpal Pee-Wee Herman.
It's been 20 years since we last saw RoboCop shoot up the silver screen. Since then, Detroit has seen the ominous foreshadowing depicted in the action film franchise come to fruition. As the Motor City pulls itself up by the brakes and struts, we get a sneak peek of its homeland hero's return via this teaser from the cyborg's manufacturer, OmniCorp.
There are those who claim America has lost its sense of community, and that our dependency on technology and addiction to social media have actually further isolated us instead of connecting us in a more humane way. You may have heard that from one of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.
Though one non-hippie dude, 29-year-old Joseph Garner, decided to test this theory by documenting a trip across the US of A without any money and without any contact with those he knew. He called this project 'Craigslist Joe' because he accomplished all this by using only -- wait for it -- Craigslist.
Other than perhaps the 'Terminator,' Christian Bale's low voice in 'The Dark Knight' movies is the most fun sound to imitate. YouTube personality TheRobsonExperience is just the latest person to do so, but his movie re-creation is one of the funniest.
Remember that feeling you got as a kid after you saw a blockbuster action movie? You went home, became the hero and re-enacted scenes in your basement. With the new interactive production, 'Terminator Too, Judgment Play,' you can re-create those childhood memories from the 1991 James Cameron classic by playing the cybernetic organism on a stage in front of a live studio audience... in 3D!
It’s Check It or Chuck It, a weekly column in which we recommend five things to check out and five things to “chuck.” Highlights this week include some web-slinging superhero fun, Oliver Stone’s return to the criminal underworld and BBC America’s Summer Olympics spoof. And, as always, we recommend a few things to avoid in your weekly media diet, including a fairy tale-based Blu-ray release and a pair of slumping reality shows.
Sex? Check. Gore? Check. Quentin Tarantino? Check. A hot chick with a razor-sharp tongue? Check and check.
'The Man with the Iron Fists' is the kung-fu brainchild of the Wu Tang Clan's Bobby Digital (aka RZA). It focuses on a blacksmith in 19th century China who is forced to unite with warriors and assassins to protect his village and defeat a traitor. There's gold, sex, violence and eye-popping visuals -- both literally and figuratively.
Last month, news broke that the producers behind The Three Stooges porn parody were being sued for copyright infringement despite clearly stating in the title, "Not The Three Stooges XXX". We're surprised this sort of legal trouble doesn't happen every month considering how many creative liberties adult film studios take using trademarked materials. Where does one draw the line?
The world of men's grooming sure has changed since the years of smelling like, according to Zach Galifianakis, "garlic and diesel fuel" as opposed to cologne. But 'Arrested Developement's' Jason Bateman and Will Arnett quickly realized while filming the new documentary 'Mansome' that the men of today are incorporating much more drastic techniques into their daily regime than a simple cut and shave.