As you might have heard, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been killed. While the news came as a surprise, Gaddafi’s death was actually predicted by the short-lived, late 80s’ sitcom ‘Second Chance‘ in an episode set in the far-flung future year of 2011. Creepy!
TRON Guy Jay Maynard is back and this time he’s got a little bit of corporate and creative muscle behind him. Created by San Francisco based agency Ryactive for Duck Brand duct tape, ‘Duck TRON’ is a colorful, duct tape send-up of the sci-fi flick’s famous racing sequences. And who’s the ‘user’ behind the races? Maynard, of course.
The video, which went live less than a week ago, has already racked up more than 300,000 views on Vimeo.
Ever wonder how the world looks through the eyes of a two-year-old? Sure you can mine your memory banks and hope for the best, but if you happen to have a camera, a child-size bike helmet and a spare toddler lying around, you can do yourself one better and make your own point-of-view video.
Devoted fans of the clown-themed rap-metal group Insane Clown Posse gathered in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois for the Gathering of the Juggalos, an infamous four-day celebration of all things ICP. The weekend’s unlikely star? MC Hammer.
When it comes to sponsorship opportunities in pro sports, putting ads right on the athletes means more eyes on your brand. With NASCAR, sponsors can cover a whole jumpsuit with logos and slogans. But with a sport like beach volleyball, skimpy uniforms mean sponsors need to work extra hard to make an impact. Gambling company Betfair is getting more bang for their buck by putting scannable QR codes on the rear of players’ bikini bottoms.
13 years after Steve Urkel hung up his suspenders for good, America’s favorite nerd is back. This 50′s inspired music video for Cee-Lo Green’s new single ‘Cry Baby’ features the filled-out, spectacle-free actor that played Urkel, Jaleel White, rocking a cardigan and plaid pants for what has to be the first time since ‘Family Matters’ went off the air in 1998.
Before they made their millions, many celebrities settled for minimum wage. Though it’s hard to imagine it now, what with their expensive houses, cars and vacations, people like Amy Adams, Gwen Stefani and Brad Pitt actually worked at restaurants, salons and, in the case of ‘Law & Order: SVU’ star Christopher Meloni, the morgue.
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