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Video: ‘The Colbert Report’ Is Sent Off w/Star-Studded Sing-Along

posted by Oscar December 19, 2014

Last night saw the end of an era with the farewell of the always-hilarious political satire show The Colbert Report. Such a momentous occasion needed an epic send-off and it got it with a star-filled cast that sang along of Vera Lynn’s “We’ll Meet Again” with host Stephen Colbert. The song was set-up after Colbert “gained immortality” with the death of the Grim Reaper, so as Colbert leaves his desk one last time he is met by Jon Stewart to sing by Randy Newman on piano.

That’s when the stars come out to help say goodbye to the show. Among those singing the tear-jerking tune were Bryan Cranston, Willie Nelson, Tom Brokaw, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Jeff Daniels, Keith Olbermann, Big Bird, the Cars’ Ric Ocasek, Katie Couric, Michael Stipe, Jeff Tweedy, James Franco and Cookie Monster. To name a few!

If this doesn’t bring you to tears (or at least almost there) you missed out on almost a decade of loving this show. See the performance above.


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Video: Barely Legal Pawn, feat. Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul & Julia Louis-Dreyfus

posted by Oscar August 20, 2014

Here’s something I’d be suckered into watching if it were a real show but only because it brings together Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul once more. The previously mentioned actors play the part of pawn shop who deal with all sorts of “wacky” products and hence theirs is called “Barely Legal Pawn.” Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the latest client to walk through their door and this one just so happens to be attempting to sell her Emmy Award. The rest is just damn funny.

Watch the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards live Monday, August 25, 8pm EST/5pm PDT.

Written and Directed by: Paulilu (Paul W. Downs & Lucia Aniello)


Trailer: Godzilla

posted by Oscar February 25, 2014

If you grew up with Godzilla, you know exactly how terrifying this beast could be to a whole city. The new, official trailer for the latest re-imagining of the Japanese classic delivers plenty more shots of the destruction it causes, it gives us info as to the plot of the film, and we get to see more of Godzilla itself. With Bryan Cranston on board for this, we would like to imagine that this has the potential of turning out to be a good movie. See it above.