BTN Caleb Lawrence is a 300-lb giant that plays for Jacksonville St. In his four seasons at the school, they have yet to find a jersey that fits him.
Columbia Pictures Opening Everywhere: Ghostbusters, As Above/So Below, The November Man Opening Somewhere: Starred Up, The Congress FilmDrunk Suggests: Take the kids to see Ghostbusters on the big screen while you have the chance.
When you first watch this video, it looks like maybe leaves or some sort of debris is being around by the wind above a busy intersection in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar.
FACT: The internet has become wildly more entertaining since the introduction of dash cams from Russia.
Getty Image The Simpsons (FXX, all the time) — There’s not a lot going on this weekend, so might as well catch some of The Simpsons later years of arguable quality.
Sony The below image is from the first Amazing Spider-Man movie starring Andrew Garfield as the neighborhood web-slinger (despite the internet’s #Donald4Spiderman campaign pushing for Donald Glover to be considered for the role).
Instagram So I have no idea what’s going on here, but yesterday Snoop Dogg unveiled his new white guy persona named “Todd” to the world, which first popped up on Instagram, and now there’s a bunch of YouTube videos of Snoop/Todd promoting something called “White Guys Connect,” which is apparently a dating service for meeting ladies.
As we’ve discussed here a few times before, Edgar Wright rightfully gets a lot of credit for being one the few directors around that doesn’t just direct comedy, but uses unique framing and blocking to create visual comedy.
Getty Image Everything about life will take on a heightened sense of shittiness after Monday. Gone are lackadaisical Summer Fridays (or the idea they exist), weekend getaways to large bodies of water where alcoholic beverages come in coolers, and your boss’ prolonged absence from the office because of vacation.
YouTube It’s Friday afternoon before a holiday weekend and we’ve got no f*cks to give — so on the heels of the news of that possible Full House reboot, let’s all reflect fondly back to the time that Stephanie Tanner called Kimmy Gibbler a “whore” on Full House.
For a period of time from 1989–1999, I was subjected to a series of terrifying sleepovers, where I was forced to endure Hugh Grant rom-com after rom-com, always without my consent.
WWE Leprechaun: Origins star and WWE joke fulcrum Hornswoggle gave an interview with Alternative Nation on Thursday and revealed what might be my new favorite WWE backstage anecdote ever: Hornswoggle called The Rock out for having notes written on his wrist that one time because of pre-existing heat involving Rock thinking Hornswoggle was a Make-A-Wish child.
DC Comics The Phantom Stranger has spent centuries working to expunge his sins. And now, he’s back for final judgement… but his jury isn’t who he expects, in this exclusive preview.
hbo Big week. First we found out Tony didn’t die in the closing moments of The Sopranos, then we all fought about, then David Chase put out a statement saying his words were “misconstrued” and that he still hasn’t answered the question, then we all fought about it some more.
Via Flickr/Pete Zarria You can find people that are up for whatever, even groups of people willing to try anything.
Getty Image Much like what happened with John Travolta and Kevin Clash, all of the once-front-page previous sexual assault allegations against X-Men: Days Of Future Past director Bryan Singer have either been dropped, dismissed, or stalled indefinitely.
WWE Pre-show notes: - This is actually the second episode of WCW Monday Nitro, originally aired on September 11, 1995, but it’s the first one uploaded to WWE Network.
This is Todd. I think he’s a philosophy professor Snoop Dogg will be playing in a movie set in the ’90s.
First of all, here’s last night’s Nintendo Direct boiled down to the part you actually care about. Five minutes of footage, and yeah, it looks spectacular.
NBC I’m going to let you all in on a little secret: the UPROXX staff basically only talks to each other in The Simpsons and 30 Rock quotes.