Pampers Pooface from Saatchi & Saatchi London on Vimeo. Whomever had this idea over at Saatchi & Saatchi deserves a raise, and quite a large one at this.
It is rare that mistakes happen following post production, but as you will see above it happens in movies quite often. Check out 10 of the biggest editing fails in movie history thanks to the folks at Screen Rant.
Some bicyclists are careful. Some aren’t. Some follow street signs. Some don’t.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have returned in a solid way dropping a new single and music video to go along with it. The song is entitled ‘downtown’ and the video is about as random as it gets.
Many tend to have strong opinions about Miley Cyrus’ risqué persona, so the controversial 22-year-old artist took it upon herself to hear what the people had to say. On Jimmy Kimmel Live’s “I Witness News,” Cyrus went undercover as an Australian reporter to ask a few folks their general thoughts about this year’s VMAs host.
Oh weird, Taylor Swift did something creative and fun that will make millions of people happy.
Karaoke isn’t for everyone, but it’s definitely for Serena Williams. Williams took a small break from preparing for the U.S. Open to put on a different kind of show, singing “Under the Sea” and Boys II Men’s “Motown Philly”. The only thing missing from her performance was her apparent new boyfriend, Drake. Under Da Sea!
Daniel Tosh is both an outspoken comedian a Miami Dolphins fan.
Hannah Ferguson is quickly becoming one of the most popular fashion models in the country, so it’s about time you get to know her if you haven’t already.
The latest rendition of the Mario Kart franchise allows players to ride around in karts, cars and motorcycles but you know what it doesn’t allow you to ride? Skateboards or longboards. Now, thanks to this impressively edited and shot “Mario Skate” video by CorridorDigital, we can get a glimpse of what a skateboarding Mario Kart
The latest trailer for NBA 2K16 gleefully showcases the game’s almost eerie realism in all of its pixelated glory.
Why on earth wouldn’t you want to watch just under five minutes of every single punch Jason Statham has thrown in the movies?