Queen drummer Roger Taylor is looking to put together an “official” cover band to play his group’s hits and launched an online competition at QueenExtravaganza.com, where Freddie Mercury and Brian May wannabes can submit audition tapes in the hope of joining Taylor’s touring tribute act when it sets off across North America sometime next year.
TRON Guy Jay Maynard is back and this time he’s got a little bit of corporate and creative muscle behind him. Created by San Francisco based agency Ryactive for Duck Brand duct tape, ‘Duck TRON’ is a colorful, duct tape send-up of the sci-fi flick’s famous racing sequences. And who’s the ‘user’ behind the races? Maynard, of course.
The video, which went live less than a week ago, has already racked up more than 300,000 views on Vimeo.
Firefighting isn’t just a job — it’s also a sport. Firematic Racing involves firefighters competing against the clock to complete tasks like assembling and climbing a ladder or fitting and shooting a hose. Though the sport is most popular in New York, its reach extends across the pond to Europe, too.
In movies, characters walk with purpose. What that purpose is doesn’t really matter so long as the steps look deliberate and the camera smoothly glides behind. YouTuber editcadet1 assembled a supercut, called ‘Keep on Walking,’ of memorable walking scenes that reveals just how formulaic these shots really are.
If you’re not on Google+ yet, you probably know it’s a social network but not much more. What are these circles everyone’s talking about? How about hangouts? And isn’t this the same thing as Google Buzz? Though this LOL-inducing Google+ song from Break (sung to the tune of Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’) might not answer all your burning questions about the new social service, it’ll definitely get stuck in your head.
After eight years of womanizing, boozing and children’s jingle writing, Charlie Sheen‘s ‘Two and a Half Men‘ character Charlie Harper has finally met his maker. These photos from the upcoming season premiere, scheduled to air on CBS on September 19 — give a sneak peek at the funeral scene. Notice his signature bowling shirt and shorts hanging center frame.
Before they made their millions, many celebrities settled for minimum wage. Though it’s hard to imagine it now, what with their expensive houses, cars and vacations, people like Amy Adams, Gwen Stefani and Brad Pitt actually worked at restaurants, salons and, in the case of ‘Law & Order: SVU’ star Christopher Meloni, the morgue.
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