It's a Marvel movie tradition to pay homage to legendary writer Stan Lee by having him appear in some random scene in every comic book adaptation that has hit the big screen since 2000. After all, where would the X-Men, Hulk and Spider-Man be today without their creator?
Here's something you don't see everyday. Steve Love has quite a following on YouTube for his ability to do amazing impressions. For his latest video, Love attempts impressions of several characters from the hit HBO show 'Game of Thrones.' He especially has fun with Jorah Mormont's lines involving "Khaleesi."
Up-and-coming rapper Bilal has been using YouTube to gain some traction for his hip hop career. But his profile just got a big boost thanks to a hilarious clip that has now gone viral. Showing off his slick rhyming skills, Bilal raps his order at a McDonalds drive-thru, much to the amusement of the staff manning the counter.
Ready for a video that's both adorable and geeky? Dad Bradley Lewis gave his one-year-old baby daughter a M&M candy dispenser shaped like a lightsaber to play with. But when she switched on the blue lightsaber, you could tell from her reaction the Force in her was strong.
In a promotional video released by Nike for its Hyperdunk shoes, the sporting goods giant hired slam dunk specialist Jus Fly to show us the many awesome ways to dunk a basketball. And it can't get any more awesome than this move!
Aaron Sorkin scored an Oscar for his screenplay for 'The Social Network,' but for those who aren't familiar with his work, the Academy and Emmy award-winning screenwriter has many classics from television and movies to his name. From the famous lines of 'A Few Good Men,' to the White House drama 'The West Wing,' Sorkin has written some beloved, whip-smart dialogue.
Dialogue that, according to this supercut of 'Sorkinisms,' has been recycled and rehashed in many of his productions.
Brothers Mickey and Sam were enjoying a cruise around the neighborhood when they spotted fire coming out of a house's garage. The two brothers ran up to the door, banging on it to alert the family inside. Fortunately the family got out just in time and now, the two brothers are being hailed as heroes. Oh, Mickey and Sam were also high.
Knowing you have been diagnosed with cancer is never good news. But some undergo chemotherapy and come out cured. Some don't. In this video, Jake Bouma, who was suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma, gets the big news from his doctor. Heads up: you may want to keep some tissues by your side.
Dubbed by its makers as the "Backyard Waterslide of DOOM," this group of fun-loving people built a killer backyard waterslide complete with a loop-the-loop. Watch as two people slide down simultaneously at opposite ends without ever making contact.
Dave Coulier, who is most remembered for playing Uncle Joey on the classic sitcom 'Full House,' took part in an interview on a Canadian show. For a skit titled 'Coulier on Coolio' - Coolio being the famous rapper from the 1990s - the actor was asked to talk about the rapper with the similar sounding name. But halfway through the interview, it all goes quite wrong.
Although wedding couples dancing to Michael Jackson songs are common, we haven't come across many making wedding proposals with the help of the late "King of Pop." Enter Craig Jones, who recently proposed to his girlfriend Allison using a flash mob in New York's Bryant Park to the Michael Jackson classic 'The Way You Make Me Feel.'
The fictional town of Riverdale has seen many real-life famous celebrities give the place a visit. Coming this November with the release of 'Kevin Keller' #6 is the man Hikaru Sulu himself -- George Takei! For those who haven't read Archie Comics in a while, Kevin Keller is the first openly gay character. Conveniently enough, Takei is openly gay too.
Another day, another "Call Me Maybe" cover. After the sexy women of the Miss America pageant, now its the turn of some barely-dressed men. Controversial clothing line Abercrombie & Fitch decided to get in on the cover act by doing a music video featuring their sexy male models. Shirtless, of course.
Martin Scorsese's 'Taxi Driver' is one of the greatest films ever made, and one of Robert DeNiro's most iconic roles. It was renowned for many things, including its aesthetically accurate portrayal of 1970s New York, a time when prostitutes roamed the streets and crime was rampant. But what if the film were to be filmed in present day New York City?
Love coffee? Hate waking up to make it the old fashion way? Well, Danish company Scanomat has unveiled what is quite possibly the coolest-looking solution for every coffee addict out there. It's called the TopBrewer Coffee Faucet, and yes, the coffee comes out of a faucet.
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