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10 Greatest Celebrity Cameos
When a celebrity does a cameo, it’s always a bonus: You get a surprise appearance by someone famous and it’s usually where you’d least expect it. These bit parts can be understated (think Lance Armstrong in Dodgeball), or totally scene-stealing (think Neil Patrick Harris in Harold & Kumar). Even legends like Bruce Springsteen and Mike Tyson are willing to poke a little fun at themselves for a good laugh. In honor of celebs with a sense of humor, we’ve rounded up our top 10 movie cameos below.
10 Awesomely Sleazy Campus Porn Scandals
Generally, adults stripping down for or looking at pornographic material isn’t that big a deal. Unless we’re talking about the mini-adults we sometimes refer to as “college students.” Recently, we’ve heard about quite a few porn scandals on college campuses, and they usually end with someone getting expelled, someone being fired, or something getting shut down. Maybe it’s because I went to Sarah Lawrence College where students played naked Frisbee and “lube wrestled” in kiddie pools outside, but, uh, what’s the big deal?
9 Actors Who Almost Played Superheroes and Villains But Didn't
Whether you're on the side of Christian Bale or Michael Keaton, Brandon Routh or Christopher Reeve, or Tobey Maguire over whatever-unknown-they-get-to-play-Spider-Man, you know how important casting is to a movie. You get your duds, sure (Colin Farrell in Daredevil, anyone?), but that part could have easily gone to someone else. And sometimes, the guy you see in the tights wasn't the first guy who was picked for the role. Here are nine notable actors who went past the stage of "internet buzz" or "studio chatter" and were actively pursued by studios and directors for big roles in some of the biggest, geekiest films of all time (we're not counting rumors, especally the stupid ones like Cher as Catwoman). Would life have been better with them in the role? You'll have to decide for yourself.
32 Signs You’re Not A Hipster Anymore
I’m just gonna go ahead and come out and say it: I used to be a card-carrying hipster. And back in the day, I had a lot of fun with that. For one, the group wasn’t as universally loathed as they are now. If you can even believe it, kids, it was actually considered kind of cool to be one. Parties were filled with really hot skater dudes and fun, gorgeous chicks with edgy style and everyone was really into art and music and fashion and it was pretty rad. American Apparel was still some T-shirt shop in L.A., new bands like The Strokes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs made going to see live music in NYC fun again, Friendster made hooking up a cinch, Chloe Sevigny always brought the party; and Williamsburg, Brooklyn really was a humble yet cool place where real live artists moved because Manhattan was too expensive. For better or worse, my 20s are over, I’ve been shacked up with a great non-hipster dude who I am going to marry, I’m renovating a property I purchased, I did my taxes a month early, and I’ve started to notice some other major indicators that I can no longer identify as a hipster. (Guess I’m a yuppie now? Shudder.) Anyhoo, here are a few ways to tell if you too have grown up and are no longer a hipster.
The Top 10 Movies Made Solely To Screw With You
There's nothing better than getting lost in a great movie. They want nothing more than to entertain. All they ask in return is that you stay awake and try to remember the hero's sidekick's name if you can. Other movies, however, aren't just satisfied with helping you kill 90 minutes. They want to grab you by the remote and hold you face down in a puddle of fear, confusion, and terror.
100 Movies to See Before You Die: The Modern Classics
It's easy for classic movie lovers to be nostalgic for Hollywood's "Golden Age" of the 1930s and '40s. And many cineastes will tell you that film as an art reached its peak in the late '60s and early '70s. But the truth is there have been remarkable movies made in the 1990s and 2000s. From big budget blockbusters, to breakout independent films, to discoveries from around the world, we have seen exciting and groundbreaking cinematic work created in the last two decades. For our second installment of our "100 Movies to See Before You Die," we decided to highlight these "Modern Classics" made between 1990 and 2009. Like our first list, we chose movies based on their artistry, originality, and pure cinematic entertainment. And even we were surprised by the results.
50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Watch the New Sex and the City 2 Trailer
Who’s ready for the new Sex and the City 2 trailer, which plunks Carrie Bradshaw and company right where you knew their destinies would always take them: Abu… Dhabi? What? Forget it. Sometimes you just know when something stinks, and I would sooner tattoo my eyelids than watch this effing thing. In fact, I can think of a million other things I would do before I watched a frame of this garish, overextended, ovary-tickling twaddle.
12 Great Free Video Tutorial Sites To Brush Up Your Tech Skills
Video tutorials take us back into the classroom — a virtual one. Few would disagree that online video ‘lectures’ are more interesting than what they are in the real world. After all, there’s very little chance of your professor catching you knocking back a milk shake. Even as I am writing this, let me say that sometimes writing and reading is a pain on the eyes. Ours is a much more visual generation that just might enjoy an instructional video than a write-up. The web is getting more interactive and speedier. Bandwidth is no longer a constraint. Even in my country where bandwidth is a turtle compared to what’s available elsewhere, playing online videos is now part of the norm.
Forget Bottle Openers -- 15 Alternatives for Breaking Into Your Beer
Necessity is the mother of invention, and as feelings of necessity go, the dire need to open a bottle of beer tops the list. For example, have you ever realized you didn't have a bottle opener, then tried opening a bottle of beer with a helicopter? Well, someone else has. Other techniques include a folded-up piece of paper, a knife, a key and your own sheer brute strength. In honor of these magnificent men (and women) who've resorted to creative methods to get at their beer, we've compiled the very finest alternative beer-opening techniques, in video form, for you to learn from and enjoy.