For GQ Magazine thesp actor who also just so happens to be Prof X and Jean-Luc Picard, Sir Patrick Stewart dramatically reads negative 1-star reviews of world famous and iconic monuments
These include the Statue of Liberty, Stonehenge, the Eiffel Tower, Mount Rushmore, and many more, Stewart adds some gravitas to these moaning tourists.
Whoopi Goldberg and Keanu Reeves were recently sat together on The Graham Norton Show on BBC, and they made a great pair.
At one point Goldberg tells the host about some hair loss, some pubic hair loss, about how what was once able to be beaded was now as bald as a coot—meanwhile Keanu is sat there hilariously squirming away at it all.
You might have seen Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s Chewbacca impression, but have you seen his equally impressive Jar Jar Binks?
All that and more is on this second compilation showcasing celebrity mimicry as displayed by the guests of the always entertaining Graham Norton Show.
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt continue their push to earn the title of best press tour ever by two movie stars with this latest stunt.
Wired convinced the pair, who star together in upcoming film Passengers, to take turns revealing the answers to the most searched questions about them on Google.
You’ve no doubt seen the footage of magician David Blaine regurgitating frogs at will, in turn upsetting Dave Chapelle, Drake and their buddies.
But, it’s not anything entirely new, magicians have been performing a similar regurgitating trick, with small animals, coins, all kinds of objects, for 100s of years. Vox reveal how the crazy-looking trick is done.
In his truTV comedy series ‘Billy on the Street’ comedian Billy Eichner hits the streets of New York City to gauge people’s reactions to the news that Seth Rogen has passed away.
The rub is that Seth Rogen is standing right next to them, albeit in disguise as a cameraman. The idea is that Rogen gets to see how people will react to his death. But it doesn’t quite pan out like that, because many people have no idea who Seth Rogen even is.
In the newest episode of GQ Magazine’s ‘Most Expensivest Sh*t’, rapper and host of the show 2 Chainz gets to sup on some very expensive coffee, a $600 a pound Kopi Luwak coffee made from civet feces.
Not only is the coffee pricey it’s prepared in a Blossom brewer, which retails for more than $6,000—but does it taste better than your Starbucks order?
It must be very weird if you’ve written an insulting tweet about a famous Hollywood movie star—and then that Hollywood movie stars read it out.
But that’s what some people must experience whenever Jimmy Kimmel does another round of ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets’—this time celebs include Ryan Gosling, Hugh Grant, Olivia Wilde, Margot Robbie, and Bryan Cranston.