Hugh Jackman appeared on WWE Raw earlier this week to promote his robot boxing film, ‘Real Steel.’ As is tradition when celebrities find themselves in the wrestler-verse, Jackman mixed it up with the grapples, and ended up hitting Dolph Ziggler with a sneak attack punch.
While the punch was obviously staged, Jackman may have put a bit too much of his real steel behind it because the next day Ziggler was tweeting from the hospital, where he confirmed Jackman’s blow had resulted in a hairline mandibular fracture of his jaw.
Fans of James Cameron’s mega-hit ‘Avatar’ are going to get an even closer look at Pandora, the film’s utopian planet. An ‘Avatar’-inspired theme park that will “look, feel and smell” like the movie is slated to open in Orlando, Florida in 2016.
Matt Stutzman seems an unlikely archery champion. Not only because he just picked up the sport a mere two years ago, but because Stutzman was born without arms. Despite the odds, he recently broke the world record for longest archery shot, hitting a target 230 yards away.
Musician/comedian Matt “The Mouth” Mulholland was able to recreate the entire audio track from the famous skateboard chase scene in ‘Back to the Future’ using only the power of his own voice.
Mulholland voiced the dialogue, the sound effects and the background music from the scene on different tracks and synced them to the video. As you can see (and hear) below, the results are very impressive:
During the show, the band will play songs from its latest album ‘The King of Limbs,’ while also debuting a new track. In addition to Radiohead’s performance, there will be interviews, as well as regular ‘Colbert Report’ features.
When fists fly on American television, usually it’s a ‘Jersey Shore‘ cast member or a ‘Jerry Springer’ guest that’s involved.
In further proof that things are different in Russia, two of that nation’s best-known citizens, billionaire media mogul Alexander Lebedev and billionaire property developer Sergei Polonsky were involved in a televised fistfight during a discussion of the current worldwide financial crisis.
Sick of celebrities like Jim Carrey and Tracy Morgan, who are not only rich and famous, but also pretty darn good at karaoke?
We have the antidote to that in Charles Barkley, whose tuneless rendition of Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’ at a Riverhead, Long Island karaoke bar is entertainingly bad. Or, as Sir Charles would say, “it’s turrible.” Check it out below.
The Westboro Baptist Church, which is notorious for picketing the the funerals of U.S. military personnel and blaming the servicemen’s deaths on the United States’ acceptance of homosexuality, got a taste of its own medicine on Friday when the Foo Fighters staged a counter protest of the church’s picketing of the band’s show that night in Kansas City.
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