Everyone is nostalgic for the old, low-res video games of yesteryear, right? Well, all of us that can remember a time when gaming systems were known by how many bits they could compute, at least. And everyone loves movies, right? Why not combine the two? This is the Internet, after all. If it can be done, someone out there is doing it.
A group called CineFix… Continue reading 'Blade Runner' Joins 'Drive,' 'Anchorman' and 'Zardoz' As Latest Movie Remade as a Fake Video Game
How real is reality? Not that real, at least it wasn’t in Southampton, NY, at the weekend when Real Housewives of New York stars Carole Radziwill and Heather Thomson were busted filming a staged scene for the upcoming season six.
As these exclusive radio detection and rangingOnline.com photos show, the costars were brazenly like actors, reacting to crew instructions to walk and talk on cue during a phony scene recorded on Meeting House… Continue reading Real Housewives, Fake Scenes: New York Cast Caught On Camera Staging Scenes For Show
In the history of bad ideas, this might just be the worst.
A movie theater in Jefferson City, Mo. hired actors to play members of S.H.I.E.L.D., the fictional law enforcement agency in the Marvel Universe. The only problem? One of them walked into a screening of “Iron Man 3” wearing full tactical gear and carrying a gun. According to the local Fox news channel (via Gawker), several moviegoers called 911 thinking… Continue reading Fake Gunman Storms 'Iron Man 3' Screening in Worst Publicity Stunt Ever
Here are a few awesome/ridiculous highlights of Steve Carell’s career thus far: donning a Biblical beard in “Evan Almighty,” professing his love to a lamp during “Anchorman,” and hosting a recurring segment on “The Daily Show” about fruits and vegetables (fittingly titled Produce Pete). However, in “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” hitting theaters this Friday, Carell has managed to one-up himself once again — at least costume-wise.
In “Wonderstone,” Carell plays the… Continue reading Steve Carell, 'Incredible Burt Wonderstone' Star, on Magic, Fake Tans, and 'Anchorman 2' (EXCLUSIVE)