A few more videos to keep you entertained.
"Celebrity For The Day"
We are truly all lemmings...
"Last Saturday we went to a popular mall in Virginia and conducted a bit of a social experiment. Using his real first and middle name, and with the help of just a few staged people, tons of people believed Thomas was a famous actor, including mall security. The mall assigned us a security detail who escorted us everywhere and helped close stores for the supposed celebrity. They also took us through private corridors to avoid the frenzy. Our cameras were quickly shut down, and most of our footage was captured with a single iphone. The following is just a taste of all the autographs, pictures, and people who wanted get close to all the commotion. Do something fun today."Really, America?
Stop-Motion TMNT Intro:
This, however, is awesome.
"Ruin is an animated action short film set “way in the future” in a green post-apocalyptic universe. Directed by Wes Ball, who has been working in Hollywood for 8 years doing graphic work for HBO and DVD/Blu-ray featureetes. A graduate of Florida State University, Tallahasse, his 2003 short film A Work in Progress won the Bronze Metal at the Student Adacemy Awards (I have also included that film after the jump). Described as his “passion project”, Ball has been working on Ruin off and on for the last two years. Watch the short film now, embedded after the jump."(via /Film)
Despicable Me 2 trailer
Supercut: Dr. Livingstone, I Presume?
There are a lot of presumptuous movie characters out there...
The government won't give up. They want to control your (online) lives.
And of course, ending with a slow-motion video:
Fine China vs. Slingshot and Marbles
Marble always wins.