Edited by Thomas H. Smith, this is a supercut of The Lion King’s voice actors side-by-side with their characters as they perform their parts. Per Thomas, “It is time for the one everyone has been asking for. After much request, a video highlighting the talented voice actors behind Disney’s The
This is a chart created by Genuine Impact detailing the top 10 highest paid actors for a single performance in a movie (with Tom Cruise getting paid $100 million for three separate performances, and Robert Downey Jr., $70 million), including salary and box office royalties (where applicable). Personally, I would
This is a video of Heath Ledger’s Joker performance in The Dark Knight deepfaked by Youtuber GdaTyler VFX to be a makeup-free Heath Ledger. It’s kind of like a reverse deepfake. A FAKEDEEP. Did I just come up with something?! “No.” I didn’t think so, but I can never tell.
This is a video from Architecture Digest of Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig providing a tour of the Barbie dreamhouse set, and all the thought and consideration that went into building it. Dang, now I really want to see the movie. When does it come out? We should start camping
These are a series of commercials for Apple and Paypal featuring Jeff Goldblum that have been slowed down, and make him sound drunk. Does this work for everybody in all commercials? I’m not sure, but it did work with Flo from those Progressive commercials, because I just tried it. I
This is a reel created by background actor EJ Zapata arguing all that television, commercials, and films exist in the same cinematic universe based on his (many) on-screen appearances. EJ has been busy in the background! Me? I have also been busy in the background, but even further back. Way
Proving that pretty much anybody would make a just as good if not better version of Mario than Chris Pratt, this is a video of impressionist Brock Baker (fingers crossed friends call him BB) imagining a bunch of other actors delivering the “It’s a me, Mario!” line. Selections include Nicholas
This is a video of Adam West from the original Batman television series having a conversation with himself over the phone as both Bruce Wayne AND Batman, as Commissioner Gordon and Chief O’Hara listen in. He does a great job, I can see why Adam got the part. Me? I