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by Bob posted Jan 27 2015 4:30AM
t took this dude a year (that he'll never get back) building a cardboard cart and then training a rabbit to fetch him a beer. But it was worth it for the above video.
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by Bob posted Jan 26 2015 5:25AM

This beautiful hyacinth macaw from Brazil has figured out how to turn on an outside faucet all by himself whenever he wants a drink or a bath.

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by Bob posted Jan 26 2015 4:27AM

Although the Super Bowl is always the main event, the commercials shown during the big game have developed into a major spectacle of their own. Companies battle to come up with fresh, unique ideas that can make a lasting impact.

Getting a chance to reach more than 100 million people is a golden opportunity for advertisers. Being able to stand out in a jungle of highly priced productions isn't easy, though. It's one time when creativity usually trumps celebrity.

Early looks show there are more questions than answers about this facet of the Super Bowl commercial game at this stage. That leaves the door open for a movie to make a huge impact, especially if it hasn't been among the rumored options. Ultimately, that's the goal of every ad that's produced for Super Bowl Sunday. Getting a quick laugh is fine, but the biggest winners are the companies that create something people remember the next day and pass around Monday. It's not a cheap risk to take. CBS News notes the average 30-second spot goes for $4.5 million. But the reward can far exceed that in publicity if the commercial is a success. That's why some advertisers keep coming back year after year.

Once the game kicks off, the commercials start coming at a fast and furious pace. Add in the game and the halftime show, and it might be the most action-packed four hours of television all year. So let's check out some early buzz about what to expect on Super Sunday.

One of the biggest questions to emerge in recent years is whether releasing a Super Bowl ad ahead of time is the right move. It helps increase the length of exposure to the audience, but it obviously takes away from the wow factor during the game itself.

Bud Light should be a great litmus test for future ads. It continued with the 'Up For Anything" campaign with a strong commercial that features one of the biggest-selling points these days: nostalgia. It achieves that throughPac-Man, as seen above.

Poll results passed along by Darren Rovell of ESPN suggest viewers don't like the idea of giving away the big moment early, though:

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Another route that companies have tried is going with a teaser ahead of time. It's enough to provide a glimpse into what they are trying to accomplish without giving the whole thing away. The thinking is that if it's strong enough, people will seek out the full ad during the game.

More full commercials and teasers will surely be posted as game day moves closer.Other companies will wait until the Super Bowl to roll out their ad campaign and hope it clicks with viewers. There isn't a right answer about how to handle it. At least not yet.

Budweiser, Go Daddy, Pepsi and Doritos are among the annual advertisers. In those cases, there's often even more pressure because the ad will be judged against all of the ones that came before it. Some will hit, and others will miss. That's just the way it goes when the level of competition is high.

There are fewer details about the movie trailers people can expect to see during the big game. Movie companies tend to hold out and try to make a major impact. It's the perfect chance to set the stage for an upcoming blockbuster.

Aurora Banks of KPop Starz reports Jurassic World is the first confirmed movie in the lineup. Whether it will be the original trailer shown above, a variation of it or a completely new look at the hyped film isn't known quite yet.

Joel Amos of Movie Fanatic lists Furious 7, Ted 2 and Entourage among the 11 marquee titles that could roll out a trailer during the game. Brian Gallagher of MovieWeb lists Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice as possibilities as well.

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by Bob posted Jan 26 2015 4:11AM

On Friday's "Wheel of Fortune", two letters were still hidden in the puzzle, "The Painted Desert", when a woman named Lindsey guessed "The POINTED Desert", which was obviously wrong.

But then the next player was even worse, because he guessed the same thing AGAIN . . . TWICE. It was during a speed round, where you can guess multiple times.

First he guessed "The Pointed Desert", which was still wrong. Then PAT SAJAK said he had time for another guess . . . and he guessed the same thing AGAIN. It seemed like he probably forgot how the speed round works, and just got confused.
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by Bob posted Jan 23 2015 4:06AM

The guys who do the "Bad Lip Reading" videos just posted their new one using NFL footage. They took clips from the season, and dubbed in new audio that LOOKS like it fits, even though it's ridiculous.

The original NFL video they posted in 2013 is still the most popular one they've ever done, with over 58 million hits. And last year's follow-up has over 28 million views.

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by Bob posted Jan 22 2015 10:25AM
Some these accidents are amazing and all make you wince!

by Bob posted Jan 22 2015 4:30AM

If you're looking for some fun, tense, innovative action later this week, you should check out Everly. Joe Lynch's latest film stars Salma Hayek as a woman stuck in an apartment when her ex-boyfriend/gangster finds out she's turned on him. In an instant, her world gets violent as any and everyone imaginable visits to try and kill her. But Everly isn't going to back off without a fight and the result is non-stop insanity.

Everly comes to on demand on January 23, well before it hits theaters on February 27. Below, you can watch the brand new, official Everly trailer.

Thanks to for the Everly trailer. Head there to see it in HD.

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by Bob posted Jan 22 2015 4:22AM

In case you didn't know, Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn are dating. And if you know their personalities at all, you know this is perfect and adorable.

Munn, who starred as news anchor Sloan Sabbith in HBO's The Newsroom, was on Conan O'Brien this week. They talked about when she met Rodgers for the first time and what it's like to live in Green Bay.

When she initially met the Packers quarterback, Munn had no idea who he was.

"I said, 'So what do you do?' And he said, 'Oh I play football.'" Munn said. "'Cool. What college?' And he's like, 'Oh, no. I play professional.' And I was like, 'Cool, what position?' 'Quarterback.' 'Cool.' Like that was kind of it not knowing that he's like Super Bowl MVP or any of those things.

"All I saw was that he was like really attractive. I didn't really care what he did. I was like you are such a big man!"

Munn has been spending a lot of time in Green Bay dating Rodgers. She likes it, doesn't mind the cold, and says the people are very nice. She's even found a local meat market.

"I did realize when I got really comfortable there when I was on a call with my representatives and they were like can you do this call at 4 and I was like, 'No, I've got meat on hold and I've gotta go pick it up.' And they're like, 'You've got meat on hold?' And I was like 'Yeah.'"

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by Bob posted Jan 22 2015 4:18AM

NEW ZEALAND — A man was attacked in New Zealand on Saturday morning.

A man impaled Adam Armitage in the head with a metal rod as he sat in his parked car.

Armitage drove himself to a gas station with the rod through his head, and calmly asked the attendant to call for help.

Police offered no reason for the attack they're still investigating.

The station attendant called an ambulance and a hospital removed the rod.

Armitage is in stable condition.

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by Bob posted Jan 21 2015 4:29AM

Studio Canal have released a new international trailer for The Gunman, which features Sean Penn in his first action movie role.

An adaptation of Jean-Patrick Manchette's "The Prone Gunman," Sean Penn stars as Jim Terrier, an international operative who is betrayed by the organization he worked for, and must go on the run in a relentless game of cat and mouse across Europe.

Also starring Ray Winstone, Jasmine Trinca, Javier Bardem, Idris Elba, and Mark Rylance, the Pierre Morel-directed film will open in theaters on March 20, 2015.

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