Note: This is only four of the sixteen personality types, click HERE to see the whole chart. This is a Myers-Briggs Personality Type chart featuring Star Wars characters. Which one are you? Take an MBTI quiz HERE to find out. Me? I scored so high I’m not even on the
Since the original 1926 Winnie-The-Pooh book entered the public domain in January and The Walt Disney Company no longer has exclusive film rights to the characters within, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is an upcoming horror retelling of the story, with Winnie and Piglet becoming feral killers after Christopher
This is a video of Danny DeVito and daughter Lucy reacting to photos of people’s Danny DeVito tattoos. It probably goes without saying, but some are much better than others. Honestly, I had no idea so many people had Danny DeVito tattoos. It’s pretty wild to think that in any
This is a delightful video of voice over outtakes of Robin Williams’ Genie from Aladdin. He, uh, he really nails the part. Will Smith’s Genie on the other hand — no clue, haven’t seen that version (I bet it slaps though! *punches self in nuts*) because every time I suggest
This is a giant acre-sized piece of Eddie Munson cornfield art commissioned by Netflix somewhere in Indiana (presumably near Hawkins) to honor the Stranger Things character. It’s not a cornfield maze though, it’s more like dyed grass. Still, now I want the same thing in my yard, and that’s saying
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 video of Luke Skywalker impersonator Fluke Skywalker interacting with a Star Wars fan in sign language at the Dayton Off Road & Outdoor Expo(?) and telling him he’s a Jedi and may the Force be with him. Then he gets a hug. That is sweet. For reference,
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