Hal Rudnick of Screen Junkies highlights a collection of famous celebrities’ roles in hit movies that you may have forgotten about. They share clips of Bryan Cranston and Nathan Fillion in Saving Private Ryan (1998), Elijah Wood as the “video game boy” in Back to the Future Part II (1989), and more.
Hackney, London-based photographer Barry Craig of Digital Giant recently duct taped a Superman toy to the front of his Phantom 3 drone and recorded footage of the Man of Steel flying over Victoria Park.
Grumpy Cat, the frowning puss with a sweet disposition, very patiently tolerated the measuring and fitting required to become the very first feline to be immortalized by the famous Madame Tussauds. Grumpy’s likeness will become a permanent fixture at the San Francisco location later this year.
In step with Grumpy Cat’s digital celebrity, her figure will be an animatronic with five different movements. The animatronic will be unveiled at Madame Tussauds’ San Francisco location later this year in typically aloof fashion by Grumpy Cat herself. After a short stay at Madame Tussauds San Francisco, the animatronic will tour the remaining five Madame Tussauds attractions across the US.
— Grumpy Cat (@RealGrumpyCat) August 26, 2015
— MT San Francisco (@MTSanFran) August 26, 2015
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Musicians/producers/djs Diplo and Skrillex, who have been working together as Jack Ü, recently teamed up with former teenybopper Justin Bieber to create “Where Are Ü Now“, an amazingly produced multi-layered song. In speaking with The New York Times, both Diplo and Skrillex broke down sections of the song, explaining how they developed different sounds along with the arrangement of multiple beats, rhythms and times.
People are always trying to avoid digital distortion, but we always like using it. We’re literally always trying to find something you haven’t heard before. You took a little pattern and create it into a whole different sound, but it still has the elements of some human thing, like a warmth in the track.
The official music video for “Where Are Ü Now”
Magician Neil Henry recently proposed to his girlfriend Charlie Gardner on stage before an audience using a trick based around a can of Heinz Alphabetti alphabet-shaped pasta. As Henry pulls a string of letters out of his mouth, Gardner appears to piece together what’s happening after the letter “A” pops out.