Today’s featured podcast will surely delight those who are so overly attached to their idevices… nah, I’m just teasing y’all. What I mean is, anyone who loves to load their idevice with the latest and coolest apps will surely love following this show.
Comedy4cast is a humor podcast that is family-oriented with a friendly approach to the listeners. Created by Clinton (not the President), It has been nominated for several podcasting awards and won a few of them, so it shows how nice the episodes are here, although it has never been highlighted on iTunes.
Whether you grew up in the 80s or you simply just love the 80s, you’re definitely going to love getting Stuck in the 80s with Steve Spears and the rest of the crew as they reminisce and talk about the decade that brought us cable television, MTV (back when it was still about music), rap, Bill and Ted, Ghostbusters, WrestleMania, and plenty of other rad stuff!
This is a wonderful video from Lego you must see. Remember the famous line on Stars Wars’ Empire Strikes Back when Darth Vader revealed to Luke Skywalker that he is his father and the latter just couldn’t accept it? Lego has made a nice twist on that story specially made for this year’s Father’s Day celebration. This video shows the dad and son tandem of Darth Vader and Luke, who are both having a good time bonding together.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg may have just come up with this season’s sleeper movie, and by that, I don’t mean a movie that makes you fall asleep because it’s bad. I mean ‘sleeper’ as in something initially unnoticed that suddenly gains attention. Because their latest movie, titled This Is The End, didn’t really strike off as a box office hit (for me, at least). From the trailers, it did appear pretty funny — OK, hilarious, but as comedy that will shatter the box office and even come up as number one in midweek? Come on!
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The film, which marks the directorial debut for both Golden and Rogen, is hoped to reach the $30 million mark over the next 5 days in order to recoup from its $32 million budget. And judging by the way it’s performing so far, things seem to be looking good considering that it already made $6.5 million on Wednesday from 3,055 theaters and including $2.2 million from Tuesday late shows and Wednesday midnights.
In this R-rated end-of-the-world comedy, Rogen, who both wrote and directed together with Goldberg, will star as himself, who’ll be leading an all-star cast of comedic actors, who by the way, are also playing as themselves (well, sort of) based on their public personas. It is based on a short film created by Rogen and Baruchel in 2007 titled Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse. The story is basically about a group of characters who suddenly found themselves trying to survive the apocalypse as they were about to attend a party at James Franco’s house.
Other stars in the film include Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Michael Cera, and Emma Watson. Special appearances include Rihanna, Kevin Hart, Paul Rudd, and Jason Segel.
Princess Diana was known as the people’s princess, a fashion and style icon, and one of the most popular and well-loved women in the world. Her untimely death made everyone mourn her loss and now, the princess comes back to life in the upcoming biopic.
Played by Naomi Watts, Princess Di definitely has come back. Watts did a very good job in impersonating her gestures, mannerisms, the way she wear her clothes as well as interacting with people. But what’s so surprising is how closely she resembles the late princess with her layered short haircut, her eyelashes, and her shy, head-down, eyes-up trademark smile.
Here we get a glimpse of the film’s trailer that depicts Diana caught amidst the pressures of fame. The biopic boasts of a grand production, from red carpets to designer ball gowns, to glamorous locations.
This story focuses on the last years of Diana’s life, so we’re about to see at least what happened during those times before her fatal car crash in August 1997.