When Jackass debuted on MTV in 2000, the world had never seen anything quite like it.
Here was a group of 10 dudes–quasi-stuntmen, really–who seemed willing to do anything for a gag….
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There’s nothing like watching all your favorite superheroes band together to fight evil in one film — like say, in this summer’s mega-hit Avengers: Infinity War. Even better is watching them dance, giggle and swear through various outtakes from filming, which is what fans get to see in this exclusive sneak peek at the gag reel from the upcoming Infinity War digital and Blu-ray release.
As a reminder, Infinity War featured a large majority of Marvel’s most popular superheroes combining all of their collective superpower strengths together to try and defeat evil Thanos (Josh Brolin). The outcome (NO spoilers!) was not great, which makes the giggly and dancey antics in the gag reel teaser above even more fun to watch.
Choice moments from the quick clip (the full gag reel on the digital and Blu-ray is reportedly two minutes long) include: Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther trying not to break character when he is rudely and repeatedly interrupted by a furry background “actor” behind him; Paul Bettany as Vision fighting back giggles during an intense life-or-death sequence with Chris Evans‘ Captain America, and later seemingly blaming an off-camera Mark Ruffalo for making him laugh in a separate take. “F— you, Ruffalo!” Bettany says while laughing.
Avengers: Infinity War arrives digitally July 31 and on Blu-ray Aug. 14, with hours of special features including the aforementioned two-minute gag reel, ten minutes of deleted scenes, a director’s commentary and more.
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Myles Garrett looked impressive during the preseason but just days before Cleveland’s first regular-season game the team announces he suffered a high ankle sprain.
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Why Your Prescription Takes So Damn Long To Fill: A Foul-Mouthed, Liberal Pharmacist Breaks The Curse Of Christmas And Strikes Back Against
…. I call your doctors office and am put on hold for 5 minutes, then informed that your prescription was phoned in to my competitor on the other side of town. Phoning the competitor, I am immediately put on hold for 5 minutes before speaking to a clerk, who puts me back on hold to wait for the pharmacist. Your prescription is then transferred to me, and now I have to get the 2 phone calls that have been put on hold while this was being done. Now I return to the counter to ask if we’ve ever filled prescriptions for you before. For some reason, you think that “for you” means “for your cousin” and you answer my question with a “yes”, whereupon I go the computer and see you are not on file. The phone rings…”��� �That’s part of the reason why your prescription takes so long to fill, and after almost 20 years of this, a question I was never quite able to answer loomed larger and larger each day: “Why did I get into this profession?” Cranky customers whose only questions seem to involve their insurance co-pays. Pointless paperwork. People begging for early narcotic refills. Staff cuts. That was my workday. The struggle to get people the medicine and information they needed seemed almost futile at times. Then one day I got the answer. It hit me like a ton of bricks while driving home one spring evening along the California coast. I was born again, but it had nothing to do with Jesus. It did have a lot to do with a little plastic motorcycle. And I did become
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Halloween with the Kreme, 2013, continues with a Klassic sure to fit the season. A spooky castle, a legendary curse, and a little passion are sure to combine for some frisky freakish fun on the set of a new movie. Roman Gaius is a fiercely intense director, hard at work on his latest feature, a period piece taking place and being filmed in a mysterious old castle, one renovated and modified with actual stones from the castle where Caligula reportedly stayed during his most deviant years. Stories abound on what caused Caligula to fall into such depravity, such lust and lurid activities, and it all started many many years ago when the stones of this castle formed another one off the coast of Italy. Roman is sure that filming in a location like this will bring alive some new attractions for his features, turn around a movie career that hasn’t been that great in recent years. As the actors and crew begin experiencing strange happenings and even more bizarre attractions, the real question is whether Roman Gaius is staging the whole thing to boost his career or whether without knowing it, he has stumbled upon the age old curse of Caligula, a curse which will claim everyone on set both in front of and behind the cameras.A story based at least partially in the true history of the Roman Empire’s most notorious emperor, a man who started out pure and clean and fell to an unknown illness which changed him into a sexual deviant, Caligula’s Curse is a new dimension of suspense from the Kreme library, fitting for the season where something spooky can quickly lead to something kinky.
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With the Poltergeist reboot hitting theaters this past weekend, horror fans are busy comparing how its frights stack up againt the 1982 original. But scarier than any of the cult horror films—remakes or originals—is the…
Two of the “Friends” cast reunited Monday night for some very unfriendly behavior. Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow faced each other in a “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” segment called “Celebrity Curse Off.” In the game, each participant gets five seconds to craft an original phrase directed at their opponent. As would be expected from the funny “Friends” ladies, the creations get pretty out there.
If the video proves anything, it’s that even in the midst of throwing jabs, these two have totally infectious chemistry.
Based on the new live-action movie on Cartoon Network The movie is sure to score high ratings, and our novel is sure to score big sales. The kids from Mystery, Inc. are off on another adventure. They’re heading to the lake at Erie Pointe, where they’ll spend the summer working as waiters and golf caddies at Daphne’s uncle’s country club. Legend says that a Lake Monster haunts the country club’s grounds, but no one’s seen it for years. until the kids arrive. Now the monster’s back with a vengeance, and it’s terrorizing all the club members. Can the gang crack the case of the curse before tee time?
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I was born and raised in New England, just outside of Boston, so the whole notion of sports curses is nothing new to me.
I heard about the infamous Curse of the Bambino growing up. For a New England kid, hearing that story was the modern day version of hearing an ancient orator recite verses from Homer’s Iliad. It was a rite of passage, a part of New England’s history that was passed down from generation to generation.
But then a funny thing happened: The Red Sox won the World Series. The curse had been lifted and we were left to rejoice in our first championship since 1918. Now that the Sox have won three World Series titles since 2004, the whole idea of a curse seems a little silly now, at least to some.
But I assure sports curses are real. Just look at the Cincinnati Bengals.
What curse, you say?
I’ll admit, it’s not as well known or sexy like the Curse of the Bambino, but it’s real and can also be traced to one man: Woody Harrelson.
Allow me to explain.
The Bengals haven’t won a playoff game since the 1990 season, which is currently the longest drought of any team without a playoff victory. Hell, even the Jacksonville Jaguars have had more playoff success than the Bengals in recent years.
Now the irrational fan will attribute this to bad coaching and poor drafting by management and the front office (can you say Ki-Jana Carter, Akili Smith and Peter Warrick?). But the rational fan knows that logical excuses like these are just that: excuses. The rational fan will see the truth, and realize that the only explanation for the Bengals’ postseason woes has to go beyond the logical and into the realm of the supernatural. This is where Woody Harrelson comes into play.
Harrelson was born in Texas but raised in Lebanon, Ohio. He’s a big Bengals fan to this today, so it would probably kill him to know that he inadvertently cursed his beloved franchise. But the truth must be told.
Harrelson is a well-accomplished actor, best known for his roles in films such as The Hunger Games, King Pin, and White Men Can’t Jump. But before all that, Harrelson made a name for himself by playing Woody Boyd in the hit sitcom Cheers.
Boyd was the lovable, yet naïve, bartender who hailed from a small town in Indiana. And, it was this naivety that brought upon a curse that would ripple from the barstools of Boston to the gridiron of Cincinnati.
On January 6, 1991, the Bengals won their playoff game against the Houston Oilers, 41-14. Little did they know it would be their last playoff victory for decades. Four days later on January 10, a new episode of Cheers aired entitled Achilles Hill. In that episode, Woody Boyd finds an old foosball table that Carla tells him is cursed. She says bad things happened to people who used it. Sure enough, at one point in the episode, Dr. Frasier Crane gets his hand stuck in the machine, and Carla has to call in a priest to exorcise the demons that possess the table in order to free Frasier. Granted, all the priest did was pull Frasier’s hand from the table, but by the end of the show the table was neither destroyed nor dealt with. It was simply forgotten about (like most things on weekly sitcoms).
However, Woody’s discovery of that table would prove to be the ultimate undoing for Cincinnati. Three days later, on January 13, 1991, the Bengals lost to the LA Raiders in the divisional round, 20-10. They have never won a playoff game since.
So go ahead; shake your head and laugh all you want at this notion of the Harrelson Curse. But take a look at the Bengals’ subsequent playoff appearances since that episode aired. Who knows what role it played in the Carson Palmer-Kimo von Oelhoffen game? All I’m saying is that come Sunday, if the Bengals should fall again in the postseason to the Chargers, we all know who is to blame.
<i>A supernatural hidden-object adventure!</i> Lillian is a remarkable girl with a strange talent. She can speak to ghosts. Apprentice to one of the most powerful voodoo priestesses in the world, she is learning to use her abilities. But a dark force has settled over New Orleans and Marie Laveau, the world’s most powerful voodoo queen, is missing. Much of the town has been placed under a curse. Now young Lillian must find allies amongst a city of enemies and uncover the dark secrets of voodoo to save her master and free her friends before it’s too late.
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