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
This is a video of actor Therese Plummer performing an absolutely award-worthy 1-star Yelp review for Dunkin’ Donuts. She’s good, she’s REALLY good. That bagel the customer got did sound pretty lame though, nobody wants hardly any cream cheese that appears to have been spread with a finger. Well, maybe
These are several clips of Stranger Things actor Joseph Quinn, the first of which is him in makeup getting his bitchin’ Eddie Munson hair applied, the second two of which are him practicing his Metallica ‘Master of Puppets’ guitar solo, and the last of which is the actual solo from
This is a supercut edited together by Youtuber Avaryl Halley featuring Harrison Ford asking about his wife and/or family in various movie rolls. Poor guy, something is always happening to his wife and family. I dunno, maybe it’s time he consider giving up the career and becoming a stay-at-home dad.
This is a deepfake video created by Youtuber Ctrl Shift Face (with the help of Skynet) of scenes from Terminator with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s role as the T-800 replaced by Sylvester Stallone, and Willem Dafoe as Sarah Conner. And, because this IS the internet, Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Donald Trump, Paris
This is a video from Vanity Fair (I read every issue from cover to cover) of actor Jeff Goldblum reviewing impressions of himself, including those by (in order) David Duchovny, Matt Friend, Bryan Cranston, Justin Ripple, and Tom Hiddleston. Honestly, I thought Justin Ripple’s might have been the best. The
This is a blooper reel for the lovable corgi Ein (Einstein) from Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop. Apparently Ein’s real name is Harry, and he doesn’t like to take direction. I can see now why he made the perfect addition to the Bebop crew. Now I haven’t gotten around
This is a 5-minute supercut of Ghostbusters writer and actor Harold Ramis as Egon Spangler nerding out in the first two movies. Which scene is your favorite? They’re all so good. I may have to watch Ghostbusters now. Well not NOW now, but like tonight. I mean I can’t right