Cartoon characters may seem zany and carefree, but, like us, they have deep, dark secrets. And you don’t always have to look too closely to see them. In fact, there are plenty of animated characters who’ve had brushes with the law. Here are some mug shots we were able to dig up.
LinkedIn: it's a great way to stay in touch with former bosses, connect with other professionals in your industry and fend off awkward recommendation requests from that unimpressive intern from last summer. While tweaking our profiles (and "endorsing" random skills for people) we wondered -- what would the LinkedIn profiles of various fictional bad guys say about them?
When Drake debuted his evolution from childhood to manhood in an illustration on the Kadir Nelson-designed cover of his third album, 'Nothing Was the Same,' one of the most noticeably detailed aspects of the image is the hairstyles. One cover depicts the rapper as a baby with an afro, while the other artwork showcases the Toronto native with a low fade and deep side part. So what would happen if g
Have you ever noticed how the recommendations in the "Discover" section of Spotify are a little too specific sometimes? We did, and decided to show you what an "honest" Spotify player would look like. Check it out below.
As you may have heard from your weird aunt who likes to overshare, 'Sons of Anarchy' star Charlie Hunnam has recently been cast opposite 'The Social Network's' Dakota Johnson in the big screen adaptation of the raunchy bestseller 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'
One of the more entertaining by-products of American movies being distributed globally is the way titles don't always make it through the language barrier. How many Oscar nominations would 'As Good As It Gets' have scored if it had gone by its Chinese title 'Mr. Cat Poop'? (Answer: zero.)
Miley Cyrus is apparently ratchet now, and her attempts at twerking seem to suggest she is really trying to mean it.
As we sit back and watch her try to ingratiate herself with the hip-hop community, let's take a moment to think about what could've been if Miley had been around during the '90s and early '00s and discovered rap when some classic albums were released...
People are comparing Miley Cyrus' appearance at the VMAs last night to a lot of things -- an uncooked chicken, an old Jim Carey character, naked Hank Hill, etc. But nobody is comparing her to what she really looked like -- a giraffe with its tongue sticking out.
It's true -- James Franco is getting his own reality show, 'James Franco Presents,' on the Ovation Network (whatever that is). Are you really that surprised, considering he lives his life as if the cameras are always rolling?
We may as well just embrace the never-ending wave of remakes flooding the market. It's not like it's going to stop anytime soon. Rather than sit around and grumble, we decided to put on our imagination caps and try to predict what will be coming soon to a theater near you. The results may disturb you.
Yesterday, #BreakingBadBands took over Twitter for a while, and we got inspired. Unlike those awful times when #SavingItforBieber or whatever takes control, people were coming up with some genuinely awesome stuff. We decided we couldn't just let these ideas drift away, so we took some of our favorite 'Breaking Bad' bands, and made covers for the albums. Check 'em out!
Let's be real for a second -- "Cordazer Calvin Broadus" does not sound as cool as "Snoop Dogg." There's already a Robyn, so Rihanna would have had to go by "Robyn Fenty," which frankly sounds like somebody who works in a dentist's office.