There are few things in the tech world like an Apple product launch. The familiar routine has changed only in that Tim Cook is on stage now instead of Steve Jobs and the resulting lack of personality. The team at Bad Lip Reading took aim at Apple with their latest video, making a few hilarious Apple products and much more enjoyable experience overall.
December 18, 2018, marked the 21st anniversary of the late, great comedian Chris Farley's death. From his landmark casting on SNL to roles in films like Tommy Boy, Farley was one of the most beloved comedians of the 90s, along with SNL cast members like Adam Sandler and David Spade. Adam Sandler paid tribute to Farley in his most recent Netflix comedy special 100% Fresh in the best Sandler way possible — with a song.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for her work as one of the best comedic talents in America. From SNL to Seinfeld to Veep, Louis-Dreyfus has won a literal pile of awards, including more Emmys than any other performer ever. In honor of Louis-Dreyfus' Twain Prize, Larry David had a few nice things to say about her — and proves there's nothing too dark to make a joke about.
For Adam Sandler, music and comedy go hand-in-hand. From his beginning in standup to his breakout on SNL, music has been a big part of his act. Sandler is back with a comedy special on Netflix, 100% Fresh, and riffs on all the accessories that you have to have before you can even walk out the door in our modern life.
New Zealand's fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo is back. After two years, Flight of the Conchords returns to the stage with more...duets. The concert was filmed live at the Eventim Apollo in London and will air on HBO October 6, 2018.
Forget CIA analysts and Islamic terrorists. The rivalry between Jim Halpert and Dwight Schrute is one that will go down in television history. To prove so, Funny or Die mashed together clips from John Krasinski's latest gig on Amazon's Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan with clips from The Office to create the ultimate game of cat and mouse.
With a muscular shape and aggressive stance, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is unlike anything that's come before. The LiveWire is the latest example of the innovative spirit of the most iconic motorcycle brand in the world. Its permanent magnetic electric motor provides instant torque, so a flick of the wrist takes you from 0 to 60 in 3.0 seconds without any of the shifting or clutch work required by its combustion-based cousins. The motor sits below the battery to lower the center of gravity for easier handling, a fully adjustable Showa suspension helps improve the ride further, ABS and Traction Control for enhanced cornering and Brembo brakes ensure you can get it stopped in a hurry. The bike also has a 4.3 inch, full-color touchscreen. Built-in LTE connectivity and the H-D Connect service gives you remote access to bike vitals, its location on a map, and security alerts if it's bumped or moved through the Harley-Davidson app. Available in three color options, the LiveWire is coming to dealerships this August.
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Perhaps the most iconic piece of clothing worn by James Bond in Skyfall, the traditional peacoat from then under-the-radar Alabama-based Billy Reid developed a story and cult status of its own. After learning Daniel Craig had purchased the same coat for himself prior to filming Skyfall, a small, in-house team at Billy Reid began an effort to have the coat placed organically in the upcoming Bond film. Successful in that mission, the peacoat went viral in the 007 community, selling out countless times, backordered for over 2 years, before finally being placed in the brand's core collection. Now available again in the same heavy 80% wool / 20% nylon blend as used in the film, it's not quite bulletproof, but you might feel that way slipping it on. Ideal for clandestine missions and polar vortexes alike.
Fits trim, but take your normal size.
Measurements are taken from a size Medium, lying flat: Body length 31.5" / Across shoulder 17.25" / Chest 21.75" / Sleeve length from center back point 35" / Waist 19.75" / Bottom opening 23"
Before he was Fred G. Sanford, Redd Foxx made the rounds as a stand-up comic. His edgy nightclub acts and comedy albums of the 50s and 60s caught mainstream attention, which ultimately led to his role on the NBC sitcom Sanford and Son. In this 1978 HBO special, Redd Foxx showcases the raunchy humor that made him a household name. "Please be advised that this program does contain strong language and frank material."
Nothing unusual about a 6' 9" janitor walking around calling himself the Mailman. Nope. Not at all. Karl Malone got the drop on Anthony Davis by posing as the maintenance man — a little different from his job dominating the paint in the NBA.
When Kevin Hart started his interview series Cold As Balls, you knew it wasn't going to be behind a desk. Kevin and Blake Griffin sat down in their own ice baths for a hard-hitting talk about the NBA draft, how Blake feels about not playing for his home state of Oklahoma, and whether Draymond Green has ever kicked him in the groin. Hart also sat down with Lavar Ball about raising a brood of ballers and which one is his least favorite son.
Comedy doesn't always need a punchline. The great physical comics — Chaplain, Keaton, et al — used, out of necessity, a comedy of personality. Rowan Atkinson, famous for his character Mr. Bean, is a master of personality. In the comedy of Atkinson, its the character that's the joke.
America will not have to wait again. Dave Chappelle is closing out 2017 with not one, but two stand-up specials. Equanimity was already scheduled but the announcement of The Bird Revelation is coming as a holiday surprise. Shot in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles' The Comedy Store, both will air this New Year's Eve on Netflix.
If two things were meant to go together, it's Home Alone-style traps and wrestling. Not only are they finally together, but it's Macaulay Culkin himself interfering in a match with a bucket of rolly balls. Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.
If there's one takeaway from WIRED's autocomplete interview with the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, it's that the majority of Google users have terrible grammar. But the cast does their best trying to interpret and answer the badly worded top searches while not letting any big plot points slip.
A life spent living on two rails gets stale — sometimes you want to fly. The famous children's book character Thomas the Tank engine finally gets to live out his dream, thrashing a two-rail wooden park and landing some vicious tricks.
Originally launched as a modification shop for Rolex hunting watches — hence the name — Pro Hunter now offers a full range of specialized, sought-after sport watches from the Geneva-based firm. Each timepiece from Pro Hunter starts life as a brand new Rolex with box and papers; no refurbs or restorations here. It is then carefully customized with DLC coatings and other modifications, with inspiration taken from noteworthy vintage Rolex models, but applied towards a goal of superior style, functionality, and exclusivity. Specifically, we're offering Stealth black-hued versions of the GMT-Master II, Daytona, Submariner Date, and Submariner Military. All Pro Hunter Rolex watches are accompanied by a 5 year warranty and exceptional service directly from Pro Hunter.
Brushing your teeth is good for your oral health, but now it can do good for other's as well. When you get or gift a quip All-Black Electric Toothbrush, not only do you get the sonic benefits of their minimalist design, you also give oral care access and education to disadvantaged families because every purchase will help benefit the ADA Foundation. Each set comes with their signature brush in a limited edition monochromatic hue that features a timer, guiding pulses, multi-use travel cover and all-black brush heads delivered every 3 months for just $5.
*For each All-Black brush sold during the promotion through Mar. 31, 2019, quip will donate $5 to the ADA Foundation, up to a maximum of $250,000. Offer not valid in AL, AR, CT, GA, IL, HI, MA, MS, NH, NJ, SC and UT.
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SOrry to inform you, internet, by Joe Keery is not pregnant. That's just one of interesting questions that are at the top of the search list for Stranger Things — along with whether or not the show is inspired by every 80s movie ever. Gaten Matarazzo joins Joe to provide the real answers to these questions and more.
We all take breaks every now and again. But usually, they don't last 25 years. That's how long it's been since Jud Apatow did stand up. For reassurance, he asked a few of his friends for advice, and they all said one thing — don't do it. Apatow makes his return to the stage December 12, 2017, on Netflix.
During Monday Night Football, a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi debuted and you know the commander of the First Order would have something to say about it. While most of the films have taken a look back at history, this one is going into the future and Kylo isn't buying. Although he's not so sure about the storyline, his overall reaction can be summed it up in one word — raw.
If you have a martial arts question, Jackie Chan is the guy to ask. He and LEGO Ninjago Movie Olivia Munn take to Twitter to answer questions about things like breaking wood blocks, knife fights, and how many Jackie Chan movies you need to watch to become Jackie Chan.
Netflix wants you to know it's got jokes — a lot of jokes. Some deft editing puts Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, and Dave Chappelle in a few scenes of Netflix's original drama series. The online streaming service has been making itself the home of stand-up, with specials by Dave Chappelle, Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, and Jerry Seinfeld set to premiere this fall.
If you don't like Norm Macdonald's brand of comedy, don't expect him to change for you. Norm has made a career of doing what he likes, and you either love him or you don't. The Nerdwriter digs into the philosophy behind one of America's comedic legends.
It's the 80s undercover operation you've never heard — the attempt to take down Pablo Escobar with a Pablo Escobar look-alike. Needless to say, it didn't go well. This bad lip reading presents an alternate, and far less successful, take on the Netflix series Narcos.
There's no one quite like you — not even all the other tattooed, skinny jeaned, horn-rim glasses, 80s hairstyled, iPhone-toting, selfie-taking, denim jacket-wearing, bearded, and pierced people. In other words, you're unique. Just like everyone else wearing the uniform. And Dissolve created this faux ad that mocks the ever-cringworthy nature of youth advertising as a testament to your individuality.
There was a time when Jerry Seinfeld wasn't the star of the greatest TV show of all time. Before he was even a stand-up comic, he was a middle-class funny kid from a big family on Long Island. In his first Netflix special, Jerry returns to the place he loves the most — the small stage — and the people that made him who he is. Jerry Before Seinfeld premieres September 19, 2017.
If you want to know about Idris Elba's side gig as a DJ, or where Matthew McConaughey got his trademark "alright alright alright", here's where to find out. The two leading men from the upcoming film The Dark Tower sat down for WIRED's autocomplete interview, answering the web's most searched-for question about them.
Finding love is hard. Or a hookup. But for one lucky Vanity Fair staffer, things got a lot easier — or worse, depending on how you look at it. T.J. Miller got the keys to Lauren's Tinder account and took it for a wild test drive.
Things you didn't know but know now — Amy Poehler is actually Jack Black and the sister of Louis C.K. Will Ferrell was born in a Cancer and was born in 1980. The internet might ask silly questions, but Will and Amy have the serious answers in this autocorrect interview with WIRED magazine.
In a world where everything from your lightbulb to your water bottle can be connected to the internet, eventually, enough is enough. A wifi antenna doesn't make something smart — and often just makes it more of a pain to use than the "dumb" version. This spot for Swedish tech company Semcon reminds us that being smart doesn't mean simply being connected — it has to be usable by humans too.
It's summertime, and summertime means water. And balloons. The Slow Mo Guys ring in the warm weather in the best way possible — with a massive six-foot water balloon.