Austin-based filmmaker Joe Nicolosi (a.k.a. “pixelspersecond“) has created “The Avengers: Age of Technical Difficulties,” a fantastic parody of the upcoming Marvel superhero film Avengers: Age of Ultron where Nick Fury tries to save the world while battling a video conference call riddled with technical glitches and bugs. Avengers: Age of Ultron will be slamming into theaters on Friday, May 1, 2015.
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Legendary comic creator Stan Lee teaches cameo school in a funny, star-studded Audi commercial directed by Kevin Smith. Mr. Lee, who is known to make epic appearances in numerous Marvel films, trains famous actors like Tara Reid, Michael Rooker, Jason Mewes, and Lou Ferrigno in the art of being a cameo actor and not just a “regular actor.”
Discover the hidden talents of comic book legend Stan Lee as he teaches a very unique acting class. Directed by Kevin Smith and starring Tara Reid, Michael Rooker, Lou Ferrigno, Jason Mewes, and an Audi S8, it’s time for the world to appreciate the subtle art of cameo acting.
Ryan Adams performed a cover of the song “Summer of ’69” by the similarly named Bryan Adams on April 28, 2015 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. This isn’t the first time Ryan Adams has covered Bryan Adams, but, according to Consequence of Sound, the performance does mark something of a full circle for the singer. He’d performed at the Ryman 13 years prior, and it didn’t all go as planned.
The set featured appearances by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, but also one obnoxious audience member who wouldn’t stop calling for Bryan Adams’ “Summer of ’69”. See, Ryan Adams and Bryan Adams are very similar names, so this heckler thought he was being hilarious. Adams, however, didn’t think it was so funny; in a curse-filled rant, he had the guy booted from the venue, though at least with a $40 refund in his pocket.
The original “Summer of ’69” for the sake of comparison:
Ellen DeGeneres has announced on her show that she will be producing an animated series based on the classic Dr. Seuss book, Green Eggs and Ham. The announcement was also made with a press release written in Seuss-style verse.
Issued from Netflix headquarters.
Delivered straight to all reporters.
We’d love to share some happy news
based on the rhymes of Dr. Seuss.
Green Eggs and Ham will become a show
and you’re among the first to know.
In this richly animated production,
a 13-episode introduction,
standoffish inventor (Guy, by name)
and Sam-I-Am of worldwide fame,
embark on a cross-country trip
that tests the limits of their friendship.
As they learn to try new things,
they find out what adventure brings.
Of course they also get to eat
that famous green and tasty treat!
Cindy Holland, VP of Original Content for Netflix
threw her quote into the mix:
“We think this will be a hit
Green Eggs and Ham is a perfect fit
for our growing slate of amazing stories
available exclusively in all Netflix territories.
You can stream it on a phone.
You can stream it on your own.
You can stream it on TV.
You can stream it globally.”
Netflix has ordered a 13-episode season of the show that will focus on themes of friendship and trying new things. DeGeneres says Green Eggs and Ham will be release at some point in 2018.
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