The rule of thumb is: The more serious the project, the funnier the gag reel. And you can’t get much more deadly serious than NBC’s stylishly Kubrickian thriller Hannibal, which impressed fans and established a passionate fan base last season. Below is a couple minutes from the show’s gag reel that just screened at the show’s Comic-Con panel.
Bonus! We also have the details on Hannibal‘s home video release: Season… Continue reading NBC’s ‘Hannibal’: The gag reel! — EXCLUSIVE
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Earth’s mightiest heroes? More like Earth’s mightiest goof-balls!
Pegged to the release of “The Avengers” Blu-Ray release, a four minute-long gag reel has hit the web. And this time, everyone’s assembled — including, yes, Tom Hiddleston’s laugh — to tickle your funny bone.
The… Continue reading 'The Avengers' Gag Reel: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth And Cast Goof Off (VIDEO)
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Even though both man and muppet are still in mourning over Jason Segel’s departure from “The Muppets” franchise, it turns out there’s a little more magic to go around…in the form of a blooper reel!
Named “The Longest Blooper Reel in History,” the clip see Kermit, Miss Piggy, Segel, Amy Adams and the rest of your felt friends goofing off (and having a ball doing it).
The film, which hit theaters back… Continue reading 'The Muppets' Blooper Reel: Kermit, Jason Segel And Amy Adams Goof Off (VIDEO)
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