In the world of Honest Trailers, nobody is safe. Not even Wonder Woman.
In the above video, Screen Junkies pick apart the most amusing moments from DC’s super-successful summer blockbuster — everything from Gal Gadot’s accent to Chris Pine’s rampant march up the leaderboard of “bankable Hollywood Chris'”.
The pair have been touring together to promote the movie Stronger (in which Bauman, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing, is played by Gyllenhaal) — but they recently took some time out to ask each other the big questions.
Questions like: “You know Van Wilder right? Ryan Reynolds? I really wanted him to play me. I was just wondering why he didn’t?” And also: “You ever thought about doing a good movie?”
Bauman even sneaks in a question about Taylor Swift, just for good measure. Read more…
For the past year, the internet’s been Photoshopping the crap out of Donald Trump’s every move. It’s about time we took it back for a little blast from the past, Obamas edition.
During the first 100 days of his first term as president, Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama took some time to help plant a tree at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens in Washington, D.C. From the looks of this photo, Michelle did all the work, and Barack wore a white-collared shirt.
Before the collision, the cheerleader did a somersault, sending her forward a few feet, and separating herself from the group. The cameraman, who was running across the field at the time, didn’t notice, and took her out.
The crowd collectively reacted with a loud “ohhhhhh.”
For many, Bitmoji is a hard sell. Scarred by annoying BitStrips years ago, the concept of creating an emoji of yourself seemed juvenile, and kind of cheesy.
Even after Snap bought the company last year, it still didn’t bring much to the table. Then, Snapchat rolled out an update last week, where users could make their own 3D Bitmoji, and animate them in their snaps.
While 3D animated Bitmoji sounds like yet another mediocre feature tech companies are trying to sell its users, check it out in actionHere’s a compilation put together by comedian Mike Scott Khoury.
Most politicians flip flop on issues, but when it’s documented on Twitter, it makes things a little more obvious.
Notorious tweeter and President of the United States, Donald Trump, is pretty infamous for criticizing an issue in the past, then doing that exact same thing as president. Now you can proudly display your favorite Trump flip flop exactly where they belong: your feet.
President Flip Flops are pretty simple — on one foot you have the original tweet, on the other, you have a tweet that contradicts the original statement. “Going back on your word, one step at a time,” the tagline on the website reads. Read more…